Have you heard about “The American Dream”?
A dream that “life should be better and richer and fuller for everyone, with opportunity for each, according to their ability regardless of their social class or circumstances of birth?”
The American Dream is a set of ideals deeply rooted in the Declaration of Independence signed in 1776.
243 years later, The American Dream continues to inspire the nation, hold its people together, and gets everyone pushing in the same direction and makes the country what it is today.
Besides, our neighbor, China, has a “Chinese Dream,” which describes a set of personal and national ethos and ideals that promote prosperity, collective effort, socialism, and national glory.
Even smaller countries like Qatar and New Zealand have also stated their national dreams.
But what about us?
Do we have one?
Yes, India had a dream.
A dream of an independent country in the past.
And we achieved it.
But what about now?
Do we now have a dream that can hold us together, inspire us into action, and make upward mobility possible for all of us?
That’s precisely what I have detailed in my upcoming book, “The Self Made Indian Dream”.
Inside this book, You will discover how deprivation, disadvantage, deficit, and inner misery mobilize the new Indian middle class to achieve their own version of success in a society where upward mobility is increasingly possible for anyone regardless of their age, gender, caste, education or background.
So, why wait?
Grab your copy once the book is available.
Vinodh Subramanian is a systems engineer that’s passionate about solving real problems for real people using technology, innovation & systems thinking.
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