Alok Kumar Awarded for the Entrepreneur of the Year 2022 by the Indian Achievers’ Forum

Alok Kumar, the Founder & Senior Business Consultant at THE BUSINESS EUTOPIA, was honoured with the esteemed “ENTREPRENEUR of the Year, 2022” award today (21/7/22) at the “The Indian Achiever’s Forum held its 62nd National Summit on “Atmanirbhar Bharat: Vision of New India”.
The award presentation took place on Thursday, July 21, 2022, at the Le Meridien Hotel, Windsor Place, Sovereign-2, Janpath.
This award is an acknowledgment of Alok’s exceptional professional accomplishments and his contribution to establishing an independent India.
Alok believes that India possesses robust skill sets in personal and professional domains of knowledge and expertise, which can be converted into a successful business. The only missing thing is an architecture with a full-fledged framework, which Alok and his team has created and have been helping individuals, Solopreneurs, Entrepreneurs, SME’s & Business Houses to start and create sustainable & profitable business.
Alok was honored with the award of ENTREPRENEUR of the year 2022.

Entrepreneur Of the year Mr.alok with award
The Indian Achievers’ Forum recognizes exceptional achievements by organizations and people who influence India’s socio-economic well-being. The forum discussion focuses on “how successful achievers may contribute to the country’s social development.” As India celebrates 75 years of independence in 2022, this year’s theme for the National Summit was ‘Leadership next for Atmanirbhar Bharat’, with the key focus on self-reliance, and self-sustenance, adopted by the Government of India and making India a part of the global economy.
The Indian Achiever’s Forum honored THE BUSINESS EUTOPIA for our outstanding work performance and year-long contribution to nation-building, and we are appreciative and humbled. This acknowledgment motivates us to continue developing customized solutions to help Individuals, Solopreneurs, Entrepreneurs, SME’s & Business Houses to optimize processes, design systems and to grow further with the help of personal mentoring & monitoring and utilizing the latest tools & technologies. Additionally, this recognition encourages us to keep up excellent work and be flexible enough to stand out in a competitive market.
Alok is a self-motivated and visionary entrepreneur and FOUNDER of THE BUSINESS EUTOPIA (
Alok is an engineer (B. Tech – Manufacturing Engineering) from NIAMT, Ranchi; A Post-Graduate in Business Administration from EMERITUS INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT, SINGAPORE and A Digital Marketing Expert from IIT, Delhi.
He started his career as a GET with EMIRATES TECHNO CASTING LLC, UAE. Coming back to India, he re-started with M/s Godrej & Boyce Manufacturing Co Ltd, then to Business Octane and reached the regional authority level with M/s Wipro Ltd.
Alok founded M/s Adwitiya Strategic Solutions Pvt Ltd ( in 2010 with multiple building material products specializing into Office Modular furniture, LED lights, designing and turnkey solutions. Further diversified into LED mirrors and IoT based automation products ( like smart switches.
He is also recognized as a well-known contributor to many open-source communities and a thought leader in the domains of Business Coaching and Professional Digital Marketing services (
He has authored two books : “Sahaj ki Saanjh” ( and “Brothers in Lockdown” ( as his natural passion towards literature.
He is the innovator and driving force behind the expansion of the Adwitiya Strategic Solutions Pvt Ltd, The Business Eutopia, Automation of things Pvt Ltd and THRIVE5X.


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Electronic vehicle vs solar

Why We Can’t Have Solar Powered EV?

Why can’t electrical vehicles be powered with Solar Panels?


Or is it going to be the next industrial revolution?


In India, as on date approx. 70% of the electricity is being generated through coal, which is a diminishing natural resource.

We are talking about Electrical Vehicles, definitely a great idea, but is it really going to help us save the environment?


How are we going to power those electrical vehicles?

Lithium-ion Batteries?


BEVs use electric motors and motor controllers instead of internal combustion engines (ICEs) for propulsion. They derive all power from battery packs and thus have no internal combustion engine, fuel cell, or fuel tank.

Electric Vehicles are powered by electricity from an outside source, such as a home or public charging station. Since they are powered by electricity and not burning fuel, battery electric vehicles do not physically emit any greenhouse gases.

Electric cars rely on regular charging from the local electricity network. The power plants providing that energy aren’t emission-free; even in California, 60% of electricity came from burning fossil fuels in 2015, while solar and wind together made up less than 14%.


My 2 questions to all the EV manufacturers/Regulatory governments authorities/environmentalists/Investors/Researchers ARE:



Would love to get answers from the experts?

I’m big fan of technological innovations and try to keep myself updated not in terms of knowledge but also implementing that knowledge in practical senses.

I have little knowledge of this particular subject but am really concerned and thought to ask.

Your comments and answers please!

Adding more, I want to tell all the EV manufacturers like Mr. Anand, Mr. Ratan Tata Ratan Tata, the big business houses and the government Mr. Nitin Gadkari that our country is still running on fossil fuels.


The Lithium-ion batteries are just power storage devices. To charge this major chunk of upcoming electrical vehicles, how are we going to produce electricity?


It’s like lowering the carbon footprints on the roads and increasing the carbon footprint in the air. Pollution level near to the earth’s surface would be lesser but it would more in the atmosphere overall.


Every Technological advancement comes with some benefits and some demerits.


If we are on the way to innovate something for the long term, why don’t we think of a sustainable and environmentally friendly solution?


The ONLY solution which I see is to integrate the EV power requirements with Solar energy.

As a kid, I used to think a lot about technological upgradation with time. Few examples I would like to quote here:


  1. Long back in early 90’s, I could foresee that every house would have their own DISC ANTENNA. It is with us today by the name DTH.
  2. I had imagined a movable / cordless phone, which later developed into WLL and now mobile phones.
  3. I foresee every house having its own solar power supply in the near future and many more like this.
  4. There are upcoming virtual and augmented reality products and services; which means you imaging something and you can have a picture of the same. The 3D printing is one of those.


Looking forward to the real innovation towards helping human species with a better environment for the next generations.


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Confidence Vs Competence

Confidence Vs Competence

Confidence Vs Competence !!

There are too many incompetent men in coaching and mentoring business — in large part because people believe in people on the basis of charisma, confidence, and even narcissism.

I really appreciate the efforts of the real mentors and coaches who have transformed the lives of the people in true senses.

It has been predominantly observed that during the covid times and continuing, lots of people have become coaches and trainers, assuming that this is a marketplace to make short term money.

Self-branding, engaging people with their real and fake stories and making themselves visible first and then looting people in the name of giving 5X/10X business growth and so on.

Social media has been a boon for them in promoting themselves at a low cost.
The point here which I want to make is that people should be able to distinguish between CONFIDENCE & COMPETENCE.

A confident person and a good communicator, don’t necessarily mean to be a good coach or mentor.
Telling stories and giving solutions to real business challenges are entirely two different aspects.
The worst part is that buyers just take decisions after seeing a few testimonials ( mostly fake or paid), not checking on their qualifications and credentials.
Not all, but a few people get trapped as they love to hear stories and lose their hard-earned money. The result is depression, anxieties etc.

Hence, a sincere request – Don’t promote incompetent people, Don’t trust people with closed eyes and closed minds.

Fortunately, you can use scientifically valid assessments to measure the traits you want (or don’t want) in your coach/mentor. You can ask coaches to take self-assessments, and then measure their responses against their coaching style, performance, and effectiveness. The resulting data will help identify patterns that characterize good and bad mentors.
Of course, this practice will take time and effort, and many people won’t want to invest those resources. But vetting coaches for a real positive outcome will pay dividends down the line.


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Our motherland, our country, Our BHARAT is a unique example in the world for having UNITY IN DIVERSITY and following the principles of VASUDHAIWA KUTUMBAKAM.

There are numerous diversities across the length and breadth of the country.

Diversities in climate,

Diversity in language,

Diversity in food,

Diversity in clothes,

Diversity in religion,

Diversity in culture,

Diversity in traditions,

Diversity in thoughts,

Diversity in actions…. And so on;

But STILL, WE ARE ONE since ages.

Turmoil keeps coming in different formats when we feel that the country’s unity, security and fraternity are at stake, but things do get normalized.

Keeping in mind these varied diversities and to bring people to one notion of patriotism, here is my suggestion:

Our Indian National Flag “TIRANGA” to be present MANDATORILY at all places:

  • Airports
  • Railway stations
  • Metros
  • Mono rails
  • Bus Depots
  • All govt and Pvt organization buildings
  • All commercial buildings like malls, shopping complexes
  • On bridges, tunnels, flyovers, ropeways, sky rides
  • All individual shops
  • All residential apartments
  • All individual houses
  • All builder flats
  • All educational institutions right from preschool to the highest degree in existence.
  • All parks, gardens, zoos, exhibition centres, museums
  • All historical monuments

I mean, it should be EVERYWHERE.

The implementation should be done following some norms:

  • The TIRANGA should be always upright straight at 90 degrees
  • There should be four defined sizes of TIRANGA – SMALL, MEDIUM, LARGE
  • SMALL SIZE – Say 3 feet for individual residences and shops
  • MEDIUM SIZE – Say 6 feet for commercial complexes
  • LARGE SIZE – Say 10 feet for small campuses
  • SUPER LARGE SIZE – Say 30 feet or more for Monument and humongous campuses
  • The colour and cloth material should be scientifically chosen for long-lasting and renewal should be done periodically so that neither the TIRNAGA should fade, tilt or get torn.
  • The dos and don’ts should be pre-defined.


As a citizen of the country, similar to paying taxes, it should be made compulsory.






Alok Kumar

(A proud Indian with heart and soul, on a mission to bring INDIA TOGETHER like NEVER BEFORE)

The Unmotivated Sales Force: 3 Root Causes

The Unmotivated Sales Force: 3 Root Causes

Why are some seemingly bright and promising employees held back by low- motivation?

  When someone isn’t motivated, these are typically the symptoms:

  • Not on time
  • Not diligent
  • Procrastinating 
  • Uncooperative 
  • Argumentative 
  • Negative
  • Refuse to be held accountable 
  • Quality of work is lacking

  All of these symptoms can be traced back to one or more root causes. 

I’ve noticed 3 categories of what holds a team back from being motivated. 



Sometimes people don’t know what to do or how to do it. Solution: Train them and help them retain the information. By showing them step-by-step how to do it, the fear of failure is greatly reduced. 

  I had a client yesterday on a coaching call. They were talking about how certain people weren’t executing on cold calls. I asked my client, “what does your team have in front of them in terms of a roadmap?”

  Was there onboarding training? Do they know how to block/handle objections?

  They didn’t have much in place to teach these things and, as a result, fear of the cold calling process was holding them back.

Our job as managers is to show them how and give them the roadmap.


  When you don’t see value in what you’re doing, how it’s helping you, or helping the company goals, you become apathetic. 

If you’re not consistently tying actions (cold calling, presentations) to positive outcomes, your employees are probably thinking:
“What’s the point in doing this?” 

Connect the task to the value and outcome. 

  We are creatures of self-interest.  When we do something, it’s because it is going to serve us somehow. If we don’t see how it serves us, we won’t be motivated.


  Simply put: they don’t believe that it’s really going to work. Maybe your employees tried cold calling in the past and didn’t immediately get great results and became skeptical that it could work for them.

  When someone is a skeptic, someone is thinking that a goal is too hard to reach, they don’t have the skills, or it’s impossible for them to achieve. 

  The job of the manager is to reduce the skepticism by showing them how it can work and how it is possible to be successful.

  Whether through training, leading by example, or investing in professional development, this mindset can usually be changed for the better. 

  These 3 ‘Mental Brakes” are mindset blocks that are holding your team back and we have to manage these “Mental Brakes” in our teams if we’re not satisfied with motivation/performance levels. Our job as managers is to show them a roadmap and teach them skills, show value, and show them that it can be done and that success is possible.