In our economic matters, there is an excessive tendency towards the thinking rather than doing.

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Ganesh Vaishnavi said:   6 years ago
There is a great saying "Think twice before you do". And that is what is all our sixth sense is about.

Due to the resource scarcity, let it be a country's economy or a family like small units' economy, they have to attribute the right resource for the right purpose on right time. For which thinking is initially needed before doing it. Some thinking gives us learning, some gives us experience and only few moves into action.

So, excessive thinking is not bad, unless and until the planning out of it comes in to action or learning out of it goes into knowledge which can be useful for future decision making processes.

Neeraj said:   6 years ago
Hi Guys,

We can say that In our economic matters, there is an excessive tendency towards the thinking rather than doing, but it doesn't mean that both can not work together if we want to grow at all the stages so there is need that we keep equally focus on both the things because doing without thinking is not going to be a fair deal the right process is that think first and then try to do in a systematic way then you would face lack risk in your work process. Our country India is still a developing country where most people only think but don't implement because of lack of knowledge and we all know that without proper knowledge what can we think I mean that matter would be not very useful because good ideas always come with the help of proper knowledge which is gained by doing a lot of hard work at all the stages of life and in our nation hardly people know about hard work and smart work because they get nervous when they face difficulties in their lives.

So, overall, I would like to say that to think 'useful thinking' is not a bad habit but try to implement that so that your useful thinking can work properly in your life.

ANITA said:   6 years ago
Hello friends,

In my opinion, thinking rather than doing is creating a lot of problems as we know that most of the time we think about a lot of different things but when the time comes we hardly think about its implementation. So in my opinion implementation plus thinking should be our motto. We not only have to directly implement anything without thinking because in that case also we can not get fruit full results. So we can say that thinking plus implementation is the track of railway line which we have to take at the same time or you can say side by side.

As we can see in the budget also, the first budget comes at the end of our financial year for its implementation in the new year and we can see a lot of things that were mentioned in our budget gets implemented in the next year. We can also see in our school every year we get our syllabus and then only whole year our teacher help us to finish us that course all these things are nothing but the implementation of our thinking, the Same thing applies in any business either small or big. First, we have to make a plan about all things and then only we can implement. So we have to learn from all these things and try to take both equally important for our economies matters.


Uttara said:   7 years ago
Hello, I agree that in our country people only think rather than acting. Why not. Cause the head of the nation -the govt of India also needs a think tank like NITI AYOG. The sole purpose of which is to think. To my opinion whenever there are 100 minds there are 100 ideas and it makes same happened to India. There is think tank then lok sabha rajya sabha prime minister president. They all think about the economic development but when the time comes to implement the idea there is oposition media debates criticisms. Any idea needs to go through so many slopes that it loses its significance and most of the time are entangled between loksabha and rajya sabha. Simple issues like banning triple talaq faced so many criticism. Even a 10 year old rape vistim wanting to terminate her pregnancy faces trials of sc verdicts and for that also so much discussions and debates. Unless people and govt startes walking the talk india's economic as well as social progress is doomed to stall.

Satej said:   7 years ago
Thinking means you are analysing an idea or problem which will lead to causes of it and the probable solution to it. Thinking is essential. The ability of citizens to think depends upon the quality of education and method of teaching adopted and experience gained over a period of time this is applicable to all sectors hence if there is slow thinking in economic matters it definitely worries some but it can always be improved.

Shailesh kumar dubey said:   7 years ago

There is no doubt that India produce great intellectual in all over word. According to me, thinking or planning is a good things but only thinking rather then doing, it is useless.

So much thinking create confusion.

Garima jain said:   1 decade ago
I am glad that I got a chance to throw some light on this topic In our economic matters, "there is an excessive tendency towards the thinking rather than doing".

1. This is very important that before doing anything we should must think about it properly. But excessive thinking of any thing leads to destruction.

Specially Indians have a mentality of thinking a lot before doing any thing such while marketing etc.

2. The whole time is finished in thinking and thinking the implementation should gone to be finished. Even the engineers whose job is to implement the practicals also go back. In almost 60% colleges of India at the time of implantation 80% of students push there chair back as they are only there in support of theory.

3. Government is the toppest creature who wants the huge amount of time to think for even an small thing. Ya this is write that that there are lot of formalities but still are is too much delay in giving the decision.

For ex. At the time of 26/11 Mumbai attack, ABDUL KSHAB was declared to be culprit behind that so why he is hang too late. What government is thinking.

4. Even the child wastes a lot of time in making the strategies that how to study and how to make our courier and in thinking that all time is gone and exams time would come.

5. Instead of arguing on economic matters, we must first implement it in our day-to-day life and see its impacts on our life and then make proper decisions according to the need.

6. The problem with our countrymen is we give a lot of importance in understanding things but not so much for implementing what we have understood.

Specially for our country its truly prosper this mindset has to be changed for the better.

Thank you.

Deeksha said:   1 decade ago
Here we are discussing the topic that is "in our economy there is an excessive tendency towards the thinking rather than doing. ".

Actually that's true with each Indian. In fact I will say that this is the special characteristic of the Indian.

Every one just comment on whatever is going on but does never do anything.

That's also true with our government and also in our economy.

That's true that before taking any action, they should think on it and there should be a discussion and should include the everyone's view,

But in India, this takes a lot of time on discussion and in fact after that, most of the time, no action is taken.

Pralad dessai said:   1 decade ago
To do any work, planning is essential. Think properly before you do anything. But if you think too much about the work you will never get it done. Whenever we talk about Indian economy we always discuss its impacts on the society but nobody has ever done much about it. Instead of arguing on economic matters, we must first implement it in our day-to-day life and see its impacts on our life and then make proper decisions according to the need.

Omi30 said:   1 decade ago
Thinking is never a waste of time and when it comes to our economical matters, it certainly isn't because it involves the future path that the nation would be walking very soon. Be it FDI in Retail or Nationalisation decades ago, India has always been slower in making decisions but better late than never because a nation can't just accept any new move just because another nation has progressed from it, lot of thinking needs to be done to analyse if its really going to work for our nation or not.

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