14 point to become successful in printing

Hi folks,

Received a nice SMS from one of my friend which had a good management lesson so I thought to share with you because most of the time we loose our temper for no reason. But now you got the solution.

A profound and breakthrough thought:
“If U can’t change the ‘Person’
‘Change’ the person..!!

Also few important points to share with all my students because I am noticing this as a regular problem with all the new comers. So kindly read them carefully because these points may help you to be a successful person in life.

1. Take up printing as your profession only if you love it. It’s a grueling life and only one’s passion to become printer can overcome that. Remember that initially you may need to sacrifice quite a bit, especially your personal life.

2. Printing is nothing but fine art according to me. Printers, on other hand, is that much more. It is a way of life. You need to constantly look for new techniques, ideas and innovations.

3. A successful printer always prints for himself and for his satisfaction.

4. You need to maintain and sustain the efforts and results; and this requires years to resolve, dedication and hard work not just in printing but in every profession.

5. Talent does not matter much, yes frankly I believe that talent is overrated concept. You can cultivate your skills. Anyway, talent is not much use without the other ingredients – hard work, keeping oneself focused and staying motivated.

6. There are talented printers, there are hardworking printers, there are smart printer and there are printers who are great in getting access. However, it’s rare to find someone who possesses all these qualities.

7. Concentrate in quality rather getting quantity. Keep patience because that’s the key towards success.

8. Never get tired of failures, keep experimenting and develop new ideas.

9. Competition is healthy:
Once I was waking on a beach early morning all alone. I was assuming my waking speed was very fast unless someone overtook me.

Competition in business or amongst students is the same because it make you realize what you are and where you currently stand, competition alway strives you to deliver your best.

10. Academics are important:
Education helps you understand the basic of social behavior and also teaches how to write and talk, which is very important to launch a new career.

11. Experience is the best teacher
Read a lot. Develop a systematic reading habit in your life. But remember that experience is your best teacher, especially when it come to printing. You need to carve your own space in the organization, which happens only with time.

12. One should alway have some hobby in life. All successful person in life has one.

13. Adopt a GURU
It’s unfortunate that India does not have a history of printing education. To overcome this problem, I recommend you should assist someone. Your GURU will not only guide you and help you develop your skills, but also let you access high-end equipment.

14. If you respect your colleagues, seniors and customers, you will be respected by them.

So, relax and enjoy this beautiful rainy Sunday.

Good news and ideas are on the way so keep in touch.


  1. murtaza kapadia
    August 30, 2010 at 12:26 pm

    dear sir, very motivating for the ptrs who just struggling to come up in life


    • August 30, 2010 at 1:10 pm


      Actually I noticed that many students who join printing education is because most of them are left with no other choice or could not get admission in other streams due to various reasons.

      So these tips may help new comers to certain extend in their decision making.




  2. Kamlakar R. Wadekar
    August 30, 2010 at 1:29 pm

    15 point to become successful in printing, always strive to do the BEST to make yourself and your country proud for what you do.
    Keep up the good work my dear Bhargavbhai.


    • August 30, 2010 at 4:59 pm

      One thing is for sure that all these points are applicable with you.




  3. sanjeev kumar
    October 7, 2010 at 3:55 pm

    Dear Bhargav,
    very nice advice, your advice always motivate me,
    thanks and regards,
    sanjeev kumar


    • October 9, 2010 at 6:08 pm

      Thanks Sanjeevji for your comments over my blog.

      About your requirements I got the information from Hanish that he already spoke to you on that matter. I hope it must be clear.

      The reason I answered late because I was busy with my workshop at DMI and today was the last day.




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