Never underestimate the power of engineers in today’s world. They can go any extreme and achieve something big in life. This is a proven fact. When you ask a random guy or a girl on why Engineering was their priority, s/he would say “I decided to study Engineering because my friend joined the same course or I joined because of self-interest (can be a lie too).”
But after finishing the course, some of them would end up in a different job, irrelevant to the course they studied. Then they come up with crazy answers like, “I don’t really know why I took Engineering but I eventually found my interest in some other better field of my choice”.
This is the interesting story of an engineer boy who instead of pursuing his engineering career has launched his own startup business. His main idea of a startup is very simple and that is selling high-quality tea to the common people. With this simple idea, he built an empire that is earning huge money annually.
Digging in detail about the story – the boy opened Tea shop not for money but for satisfaction. He put his happiness ahead and became Gaya ‘Engineer Chaiwala’.
This engineer boy did not think what people would think about him that he is doing tea work as an engineer, rather this boy listened to his heart and did what he wanted to do.
This was IAS Avneesh Sharan who shared the photo of this engineer boy KT Stall on his tweeter and wrote, “Where does such honesty look in today’s time … He has told everything!! Engineer Chaiwala with job satisfaction.”
This is how the idea of starting work
In the shared picture, the engineer boy has also written something about his life at this stall, “Well I am a software engineer. I have worked in many companies such as Wipro, Business Intelligence, Trust Software, but where I used to get money, I was not comfortable. I have always wanted to do business. Every day there was tea on my table, but I never got the best tea. I have always been fond of tea, I wanted to get great tea to drink. So I started my business small with tea and I became … Engineer Chaiwala, he said.