Interviewed by The Success Today – A Digital Webzine.
Could you tell us about yourself and your work?
Debasish Majumder, this side, I am a banker turned entrepreneur. I started my entrepreneurship journey in 2018 with a small outlet around 110 sq. ft. in the GS Road area, Guwahati. I started doing business to create more jobs and encourage young stars. So if you have the courage to do something and know your ability, you should jump on your own, now, we have 80+ outlets pan India, and we are the largest restaurant chain in northeast India.
How you and your service is helping society?
See, as I already told you, I started my journey to create more and more jobs and encourage young people to withdraw from their own. See, if I had been in positions till now, I could survive my own family by my family, but now we are running so many families. So many people are running their families because of me. And that gives me pleasure and motivation to do more complex work.
What is the USP of your work?
Think beyond others, work more than others, expect less than others and be simple and grounded always
What are your Vision and Mission?
Want to be the most prominent brand of momos in India someday, wanna cross 500 stores pan India
What are your achievements in this industry?
If people search for you on FB, that’s not achievement or success. If people look for you on Google, call it achievement and success. See, being a middle-class family guy, it’s always been my dream to get ahead in a leading news portal like Indiatimes, and yes, they publish my story and trust me, it was not paid promotion, and yes, I am available on Google.
Does your work ever feel tedious to you? If so, how do you stay driven and motivated towards it?
What are your hobbies and specific interests other than your profession?
I like to roam around the country.
You have achieved so much in life. Any specific advice you’d like to share with our readers to grow in life?
Yes, I never look up to my success. Try to learn some from my struggle, sleepless nights, and sweats. Moreover, you have to pay to get success. I always keep my purse almost empty, I quickly fill my wallet with lots of money, but I don’t do this. An empty wallet always reminds me to do hard work to get more success and earn more money.
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