Press Release of The Last Resort’s fight to keep their business alive
This is how you present your case. Click the link above to see what I mean. Simple and clear and with numbers. A pointer for all students of journalism, business reporting and Public Relations.
Also if they make one in Nepali, it helps more. Anyone want to help with the translating ? I will pass it back to them.
p.s I support their business practices. Those who don’t know who they are and what they do, view their website here.
A lot of people ask me, how and why do you run a business amidst the chaos in Nepal ?
I don’t know how to answer this directly. So here I am organizing my own thoughts to see if it makes any sense to you.
a)I temper (lower) my expectations. (if it takes 1 year else-where, it might take 5 years here).
b)I take regular breaks from work.(re-charge my batteries, go trekking,get in touch with our basics).
c)I regularly leave my businesses in the hands of capable lieutenants (delegate-empower-partner)
d) I stopped trying to change people and started accepting people for who they are. (hard for entrepreneurs to come to terms with, but has been a valuable lesson to me, concentrate on the positive – there is too much negative in Nepal to bring you down).
e) I try create environments that induces people to change themselves. (Extremely hard, but is the only way to go, if you seek to bring sustainable change – a big gamble).
f) I only stay close to relatives who are progressive and support my ‘entrepreneurship’. I run
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