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21-year-olds should learn them from Uday Kotak and Narayana Murthy, according to OYO founder Ritesh Agarwal

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<p>In an episode of the podcast called “WTF Is with Nikhil Kamath,” Ritesh Agarwal, the creator of OYO, offered insightful commentary about entrepreneurship. He drew inspiration from the heritage of Uday Kotak, a first-generation banker and entrepreneur.</p>
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<p>Agarwal said that modesty and confidence may live peacefully and emphasized humility as the essential to make important judgments with modesty. Agarwal drew comparisons between industry icons such as Infosys co-founder Narayana Murthy and highlighted their shared humility as a defining feature of their success strategy. This humility allowed them to pursue greatness without losing sight of it.</p>
<p>The three fundamental qualities that Uday Kotak’s generation embodies, according to Agarwal, are a deep respect for effort, the capacity to reject quick pleasures like social media approval, and the courage to postpone fulfillment.</p>
<p>Agarwal delves more into the idea of postponing pleasure and talks about the social pressures that today’s 21-year-olds must deal with, especially the temptation of quick approval via social media. He urges entrepreneurs to defy social expectations and concentrate on their own travels, advocating for the pursuit of important goals over transient pleasures.</p>


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