entrenomics

From the Corporate Pan into the Entrepreneur Fire

In Profiles on July 25, 2011 at 10:08 am

By Donna Messer

Gautam Nath was born into a family of bureaucrats and academicians; his dad worked his entire life for the government as did his brothers. His sisters were all PhD students and spent their lives lecturing at universities in and around the country.

Very early in his life, he had decided that neither of these paths was for him.

 His dream was to be a professional football player. But that was not in the cards; he was more suited for work using his brain rather than his brawn.

Gautam became a ‘weaver of dreams’. His vision was helping people follow their dreams by showing them how to be successful. He saw himself training and nurturing clients toward achieving their goals in a professional and systematic way.

When he completed his education, he began his journey in the corporate world. Starting at the bottom and climbing the ladder until he could reach the top.

His holy grail has always been people. He found out early in his career that while raw materials, technology and equipment are available to everyone, the real difference in an organization is the people. It is the team members’ passion and dedication to corporate vision and goals that make the difference between mediocrity and greatness.

In March of 2011, he left the corporate world and became an entrepreneur.

It’s still early in the game and there is plenty to learn as he moves forward. He was recently recognized as one of the ‘Top 25 Canadian Immigrants’ for 2011

He can be reached at: gautamnathnath@gmail.com

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