Manisha Jha, born and brought up in Nepal, is a computer engineer plus Management Graduate.She started working full time as Management Representative in Himalayan Distillery in 2013 and is currently working as Human Resource Manager in Possible Health (NGO in rural Nepal) which provided free health service to all who comes for treatment. Recently Ms. Jha got opportunity to participate in Up with People(upwithpeople.org) world tour program which gave her an opportunity to travel around the world, create an impact by serving communities and perform as they travel spreading message of peace and hope. As part of it they traveled various states in USA, various cities in Mexico and now is in Europe- final destination.
Well, in my opinion knowledge is the first and foremost way to motivate people. Students in developing world lack knowledge and proper information to opportunities available. We have talents but are not getting opportunities at right time and things get diverted to wrong path. So, for me providing best knowledge and information about the opportunities available is best way to motivate people in developing countries. Regarding youths in common, I believe in workshops and activities instead of having lectures. Every workshop and activities has meaning on it and is the best way to keep attention intact while giving out message in the end. Also depending upon which group of youth you are handling factors of motivation changes.