He says that anyone can be a writer, but the ones, whose content brings a massive change in society can be called influential ones.
To have broad visions of attaining massive name, recognition and success is one thing, but to have the courage, grit, passion, positive mental fortitude, and the attitude of learning something new each day to turn those visions into a reality is a different thing altogether. Very few people belong to the latter category but those who do make sure to surrender to their dreams and run behind them until they achieve them one by one. It is essential for people, especially the Gen-Z, to work toward belonging to the latter category to pose as inspirational stories for many other budding professionals across industries of the world, emphasizes Vaibhav Maloo, who has remained a much-talked-about business figure over the years.
Vaibhav Maloo, the Managing Director of the diverse enterprise Enso Group, based in Mumbai, India, which has under it several successful running businesses, is also a columnist by passion. He loves reading new, exciting, and valuable pieces and also write such pieces to enlighten others. However, he speaks his mind when it comes to many other aspiring columnists, who wish to stand distinctive from the rest, explaining to them that to stay unique from the rest, a columnist needs to put in extra effort in developing a unique style of writing, something that can hook readers from the word go.
Vaibhav Maloo also says that writers must ensure to pick topics that, upon reading, could add to people’s knowledge in one way or the other, just like he does with his articles and writing pieces for several top media outlets, like his columns on BW Businessworld, and writing on topics like How to increase ease of doing business? Tax Avoidance: A No, India 2.0 a system upgrade, Are family-run and diversified businesses going to thrive?, Quality Fintech is yet to be felt in India, Future of energy, For an enlightened life, Healthcare and Post-pandemic India: of trials and tribulations, and many such incredible pieces and articles, where he talks about businesses, economic and policy reforms in India.
Vaibhav Maloo says to all those starting out or aiming to become known names, “Writing should be with the aim of making a positive change in society, and those who do that can turn into influential figures in their own right. Also, one must never forget the famous proverb, ‘The pen is mightier than the sword.’”