Leaders, Success Stories

How Imran Khan is a Role Model for Pakistani Startups?

He dreamt, we saw; he dared, we availed; he developed, we witnessed; he did it, and we finally, had it.

He is Imran Khan. A politician by profession, player in nature and superlative to motivation in figure. If dreams are to be ever questioned for their practical logistics, they can no way be better answered than talking about the legendary fighter of the era, Imran Khan. His visionary accomplishments of life and struggles against the social stereotypical images, that deeply imbed in our mainstream society are remarkably, appreciate-able to heights.

Imran Khan’s Motivational Talk for Entrepreneurs:

Imran Khan has profoundly talked about his life struggles, along with thrash-led yet spark-end experiences in a 21 minute Tedx video. He beautifully has motivated everyone who believes in themselves to BE themselves. He courageously advocates intellectual optimism to not be restricted in thoughts. From start till end, he encourages a leash out of every dream dreamt, the significant importance of the dreams to be drafted off the canvas and the necessary washouts and defensive measures against fears.  He endorses the fear of failure into high projection in support of the dreams to be laid on and along.

Imran as a Dream Creator:

Through a systematic narration of his goals starting from the earliest of his childhood he has used buoyant versions of his journey. His story adds another addition to the fact that no success story is ever backed with an initial hit of huge success, knocked in by luck. As he moves on from describing a nine year old Imran’s cricket love to being the globally renown and finally getting acknowledged as the legendary IK, we notice success has to be let in with consistency, strategic planning and a deep belief in one’s own abilities.

Imran as a Dream Chaser:

In the course of his interactive talk, he presents rigorous expressions of being determined and explains how he had chosen to not give upon chasing dreams. As an outlay of his energetic and dynamic observation, it so clearly is evident that had he actually been not that assertively driven, we would not have been through the 1992 world cup success and rather would have been another generation that missed upon a significant leadership to grow beyond its axis.

Be Stubborn upon goals:

He supports being stubborn against personal beliefs and experiences and protecting one’s own dreams through an anecdote of his dream that apparently appeared unconventional to all, yet, since he saw it executable, he attempted and moved on. And ended up with what  by no means could have seemed possible; Pakistan, a  third world country, which socially has a bare and frequently threatened world map appearance, blissfully to the determination of his thoughts and his bond with his self belief, gets to host UK’s top most academia, Bradford University’s degree in its remotest area. In more simple words, Imran tries explaining the credibility of self belief that if executed without fears can do phenomenon wonders, just as he has done to the students of Mianwali, where they hardly could afford standardized schooling get enrolled to the world class University degree.

Fight the Failures with smile:

Imran does not boost about saddling up every failure with ease. He in fact humorously talks about the pull-down aspects he faced and how he feared they could disrupt his core objectives. He optimistically has stretched his failures from the very beginning to the current scenarios of his life. He entertainingly discuses about his failures and lays downs tips to overcome the down times.  He upholds strategic management of crisis with the clarity of differentiating between failure and getting demoralized. He talks about the fear of failure as much more dangerous than failure itself.

He illustrates with instances of his own life journey how fearing the failures diverges the zeal and morale towards low capacity practices. He beautifully explained that if mind stays alert at fearing failure, it loses the capacity to strategize the fight in progress.

He gravitates success as a byproduct of smaller steps rather big jumps. On a point, while he talked about his political career, he clearly mentions perseverance as an act of high quality in staying constant minded and never giving up despite repeated failures. He talked about struggle phases as the most important learning phase. He mentions the procedure as the most important of all to get polished and develop wisdom.

He Does Not See Success & Victory as The Same Thing:

In a very much of a to-the-point utterance while trying to explain of success, Imran incites a ruthless determination to succeed or win. As mentioned earlier, he brings out winning as not synonym to success. He dramatically relates success to the achievement of one’s core objectives, that could be seen both in win and lose situations. It gets clear as he proceeds his explanations that wining is doing, daring, trying, saddling, developing, redeveloping, progressing or anything that alleviates you positively from where your started and it simply is not just restricted to winning or over casting the opponent. And this is where the sensational speaker brings in the importance of killer instinct. He believes conquerors do not lack tenacity to finish the task and neither do end up with the end of the task. There has to be clean sweep along with the courage to ensure survival. Killer instinct has to do with keeping the mind alert and cold at primal activity. The struggler Khan tries explaining that we all are bestowed upon with the killer instinct, either we utilize it or not, it stays there.

After being through his motivational words, one feels raised on the standards of self development. On very genuine grounds, if historians truly do the justice, Imran Khan has to have his name amongst the most esteemed men of Pakistan’s history. He idealistically has ashened his bones, to evoke and provoke the youth towards an ideal situation of virtue. His words tower to great heights as he is seen applying those very same strategies on areas that had radically been made impossible by the society, but he saw the same things conveniently do able in the very same society and eventually brought around the unexpected differences.