Well, it is Sunday , i have opened my office laptop, for the first time to write something that is not a Parabolic's IP. It has much to do with me and my own instincts. Somewhere in the business world, i forgot that there's an other side of me as well, something that used to give me satisfaction and enough space to explore myself. yeah , i am talking about the blogging. Though i have been texting much, but never felt like narrating the stories that i have been irritating readers with in the earlier days.
My experiences with this gloomy world continue. I may sound repetitive and annoying, but there's a reality check for all of us who think that the world is fine as long as the Covid-19 doesn't hit us and our paychecks continue to flow into the banks. The store in the picture is amongst the busiest in the area, always remains full and explodes with the people on the Saturdays. A typical brand in a store, let's say a Van Heusen makes about ₹200,000 to ₹220,000 of sales on the weekend. As of today, the store does about ₹10,000 to ₹15,000 of revenues of the same brand, and the footfalls are not even 5 per cent of what they otherwise used to witness. Ironically, a store of this size would have 8-10 salesman with an average basic salary of ₹10,000 to ₹12,000 a month and the balance they earn (~₹5,000-₹7,500) is all linked to the sales of the brand. For them, purchases from the store cover-up for the livelihood, savings and the investments and there are no concept of "work fr