World has turned into global village I agree with the statement but still this immense development cannot coup with when someone truly want to be at one place but is unable to because of the distance between the places he is at and the one he want to be. However still there are tools to cover this up but there is not any thing that is as good as being at a place in person. These are not random thoughts that I am pouring now days on web these lines are out of my emotions that I was having during and after the Tiecon 2010 Pakistan event.
I missed some major parts of the event as I was catching it on live stream along with handling some major twist and turns of life. In addition, I am sure that if someone sees the position I was in while watching live stream and making my contributions in tweets the arrival of smile is guarantee.
The overall feedback about the event that I have observed says that it was a bit-dragging event, and some people got really bored. But still among such great souls, there are some not so genius and great people, and I am also one from this not so genius class, who likes the event very much and believes that it could have been better. What I believe in the case of being better is a simple fact that cushion for improvement is always there because the only best creator and organizer is Almighty Allah himself. One can only try and then pray for the good results.
As long as try goes, I give full marks to TIE Pakistan for arranging such a mega event where everyone was looking for change. Many people might have a question, “what change this event has brought?” My answer to this query is a simple reality, which shows that it is a change in itself that three chapters joined hand to come up with an event that has never been taken place in Pakistan.
Change always starts within and only comes when someone is ready to change. Those who want change and want to be changed gore better must have picked some good points out of this event to work on. Moreover, if you are still ranting with the question of what change Tiecon Pakistan 2010 has produces then go ahead and ask yourself are you ready for change.
What change I have received out of it is the fact that political governance can do the major change and social work can only support it in micro level. Until Saturday, I thought the other way.
Entrepreneur is a businessman without any capital, this line have been my core faith about entrepreneurship. As this event was about entrepreneurial activities, so I got chance to see so many success stories, and examples that one can follow. There were many tips to make the things better. Well I do know to what extent I agree with the stages of Enterpenueureship that Mr. Razzak Dawood described but I strongly agree with what he said “an entrepreneur is not poor because he does not have capital, he is poor because he don’t have dream and vision“. This line is like a support and motivation for current and potential entrepreneurs like me, as we got hope that we are not that poor at all, as many think we are.
On the whole, this event deserves appreciation because of the way it was arranged and taken through. Big kudos to all the organizers, and especially volunteers or I better call them ambassadors. While talking about ambassadors I cannot forget to mention Iftikhar Hussain because of the honor he gave me by naming me as Ambassador of Tiecon 2010 Pakistan here in UK. Thanks to Usman Latif who kept tweeting throughout the event, The Official Hash Tag was #TieconPK, to update the happenings of the event, and acted as our voice over there at the event venue. Mr. Monis Rehman, a big congratulation to you on doing such a marvelous job and making this event get into reality.
I was not there but I desperately wanted missed every person to meet who was there. I hope that videos of the event will be available soon, as it is the only easy way to catch all what we have missed.