Ep 11: You Still Can

Sometimes the impossible is possible. All it takes is an idea and a little determination. Listen in as Kalika talks about the impact an entrepreneur can have. As she says in this podcast, “we live in a place where one individual can make a difference.”


Do you remember when you were a kid and you thought you could do anything? Well, you still can. A lot of what we consider impossible is easy to overcome because in case you haven’t noticed, we live in a place where one individual can make a difference.

Want proof?
Just look at the people who built our country: our parents, grandparents, our aunts, our uncles. They were immigrants, newcomers, ready to make their mark.

Maybe they came with very little money or perhaps they didn’t own anything except for a single brilliant idea. These people were thinkers. These people were feelers. These people were doers.

These people were entrepreneurs.

Entrepreneurs changed the way we think about what is possible. They have a clear vision of how life can be better for all of us, even when times are tough.

Right now, it’s hard to see when our view is cluttered with obstacles. But turbulence creates opportunities for success and achievement and pushes us to discover new ways.

So what opportunities will you go after and why?

If you’re an entrepreneur, you know that risk isn’t the reward. The rewards improving people’s lives, creating jobs, flourishing growth, and making a better world.

Entrepreneurs are everywhere. They run small businesses. They support our economy. They designed smart tools to help you stay connected. Entrepreneurs are finding new ways of helping to solve society’s oldest problems.

Do you know an entrepreneur? An entrepreneur can be anyone, even you.

So seize this opportunity to create the business you’ve always wanted.

To help heal the economy, make a difference, and take your business to new heights.

But most importantly, remember when you were a kid, when you thought everything was within your reach and then say to yourself quietly, but with firm determination, it still is.