Harsh Goenka’s Twitter post explains why it's okay to be different

Published on Nov 24, 2022 07:10 PM IST

Harsh Goenka, in his recent Twitter post, gave life-changing advice to his followers. He explained why it's okay to be different.

Harsh Goenka shared this image on Twitter and explained why it's okay to be different. (Twitter/@hvgoenka)
Harsh Goenka shared this image on Twitter and explained why it's okay to be different. (Twitter/@hvgoenka)

If you scroll through the Twitter handle of RPG Group chairperson Harsh Goenka, you’ll come across several motivating and inspiring words, and million-dollar advice, along with other posts that will leave you chuckling and fill you with positivity. And his recent post on the micro-blogging platform is no different. The industrialist has life-changing advice for those who are struggling to fit into society and explains why it's okay to be different.

“Society won’t change for you but don’t worry about not fitting in. The things that make people think you’re different are what makes you you, and therefore your greatest strength,” read the caption shared alongside the photo. The photo shared by Harsh Goenka shows a large crowd gathered at a place while an individual faces them and says, “You should all change your core values and beliefs, so I fit in.”

Take a look at Harsh Goenka's Twitter post below:

The post was shared a few hours ago, and it has since raked up more than 600 likes and close to a hundred retweets. It has also received numerous comments.

“You can only change yourself and influence others. Rest is for society to think how they like to move forward. Sridharan Saheb didn’t think anything but Delhi metro. He brought a change which will be remembered for centuries. He faced lot of criticism in process but never deviated,” posted an individual. “Better to be odd man out than a faceless man in the crowd,” shared another. “Find your own usp (unique selling proposition) and capitalize on it,” wrote a third. “Couldn’t get a better message than this. Being different is rare and being same is common isn’t it...,” expressed a fourth. Many also shared that they agreed with Harsh Goenka’s tweet.


    Arfa Javaid is a journalist working with the Hindustan Times' Delhi team. She covers trending topics, human interest stories, and viral content online.

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