Every entrepreneur aspires to become successful. Being successful often means learning from those who have already achieved their goals. For any entrepreneur, having a mentor is an amazing blessing. However, not everyone can find one! As the country is battling the coronavirus pandemic, many businesses across the country have suffered greatly during the crisis. Many entrepreneurs, who have strived hard to fulfil their dreams, have suffered hardships during the ongoing pandemic. Several business are now limping back to normalcy during this challenging time. Many startups are now managing to survive in the market as entrepreneurs have found ways and means to get their businesses going.

On Saturday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi shared a few noteworthy tips for aspiring entrepreneurs. During the 8th Convocation of Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Gandhinagar in Gujarat on Saturday, the Prime Minister addressed the students and told them to consider this pandemic a new opportunity to move forward and aspire of doing great things in life. He asked the students to have purpose in life and stressed that it's not that successful people don't have problems, but the one who accepts challenges, confronts them, defeats them, solves problems, only succeeds.

The Prime Minister added those who take on challenges, later succeed in life and cited an example of the youth of the 1922-47 period, who sacrificed everything for freedom. He urged the students to live for the country and join the movement of Atmanirbhar Bharat and develop a sense of responsibility. The Prime Minister remarked that the seed of success lies in a sense of responsibility and a sense of responsibility should be turned to the purpose of life. He pointed out that the same people are successful in life, do something by which there is a sense of responsibility in their lives. Those who fail are the ones who live in the Sense of Burden.

The Prime Minister added a sense of responsibility also gives rise to a sense of opportunity in a person's life. He said India is progressing ahead in many sectors and young graduates must march ahead with commitment and stressed on protecting nature and the environment.