Skipping the basics

My generation has taken things for granted. Owning a vehicle seems ridiculous in the face of affordable vehicles that you can pick on the go, Buying wheat in the wholesale market, cleaning, grinding and storing is unheard of! You just head to the nearest big-box supermarket and buy Atta (wheat flour)! The work needed to prepare idli batter is unnoticed because of ready-to-cook batters.

what does this mean to a generation that isn’t fully aware of what really goes behind the system they are so at ease with?

Plenty of free time, standard, reliable and convenient route.

Dig deeper and you may notice hefty margins, poor health over-time and decreased appreciation for things that take work.

Not skipping the basics though you have the privilege to do so.

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About Puneeth Suraana

I wake up every morning excited to wholeheartedly contribute to people’s lives and make a difference. I publish a blog a day, every day and would continue to write them even if nobody read it. I notice things, deeply think about ideas that will spread. I am a fitness and health junkie, passionate about Entrepreneurship, Innovation, personal development. I strive to read 2 books a week. I am an audio producer and host at The Galata Podcast. I am currently pursuing my final semester in MBA at PES University, Bangalore, India. Let’s make some Galata!