Yes sir, I was but now I will open business after my retirement.
First of all, I want to say something sir. Thank you for giving me this opportunity to introduce myself. I'm Brijbhan Kumar, I am from Bihar. And I was born in Gopalganj, Bihar, 1994. In my childhood, I was very naughty. When I was five years old than my father and I went to DAV Public Gopalganj, he admitted me. And There all my teacher used to love me during my nursery education. After that, I take admission in BBN College Bhathua. I had passed out 10th class in since 2010 and I have secured 63% marks in 10th class. And I have also secured 64% marks in 12th class. At last, I would like to thank you, sir.
Without proper experience, any venture has high odds of ending in failure, unless you get support from others who have experience to compensate for yours. If I would have had that experienced support, I might have done so. But since you see me here, you know I didn't.
Else you might have directly seen me in Economic Times after 10 years as a leader of a successful company.
Running my own firm is my passion & I'm working for it.
Not at this moment, as a fresher I need to gain more experiences in terms of marketing, managing and dealing with people. And I don't have enough money to put up my own business yet.
First of all, I need to adopt to business conditions and I should gain knowledge about business technics etc., then I should require capital (money) for establishing a business. Then working for two to five years under a company that gives me knowledge about marketing and in the same way i'll be earning. So, this earning might be helpful in investing to establish a company.
Nope because first of all, I'm not interested in that, I don't have enough knowledge to go for it and I don't have enough money to invest.
Sir, I have no inclination towards doing businesses as don't have enough knowledge about it.
Rather I would like to work for some company and by applying my skills and knowledge earn money.
The following two responses are both examples of effective answers to this question.
I haven't considered opening a business because I think my skills are best suited to a career in human resources. I know that a position with an established employer will let me focus on developing those skills and eventually reaching my goal of becoming an HR manager.
Opening a business wouldn't be a good fit for me because I do my best work in stable jobs with well-defined responsibilities. I also enjoy working in positions that let me learn from my co-workers and managers.
Yes, but I want to get more experience to be successful.