Birds and animals take a lot of time and patience to get trained. Particularly if you want to train them as your pets. They also need love, affection, care, and food. Not all of us can train them as dedication and consistency are a must. Furthermore, you also cannot have a pet with your overly busy schedule and job routine. But, Memphis based Rafi Chowdhury has proven us to be all wrong. He is a serial entrepreneur and also does a 9-to-5 job. And his love and passion for pigeons have all of his friends and family surprised and motivated. The guy is exceptionally gifted when it comes to treating and understanding birds, especially pigeons. Let us tell you more about Rafi and his pigeons, and how they have contributed in his successful career path.
“I have always wanted to have birds as pets. But earlier it was not possible. What with my hectic study timetable and not being up to the level to take care of a mute living being. I mean, of course, birds and animals also need full-time care and love. And, you can’t just have them caged-up and forget all about them, says a smiling Memphis based Rafi Chowdhury. “Next my parents were not at all trusted my parental and caring attributes. Thus, I had to control this passion and had to wait till I got a job,” says Rafi.
“My pigeon mentor, Stanford Elkins, also play a strong role in my love for pigeons. He is very knowledgeable about pigeons and their bloodline. He says “Pigeons are like racehorses with quality bloodlines, and you should know what you are purchasing and training.” This and much more contributed to my love to have pigeons as a pet.
Pigeons & The Four Forces Of Aviation
“Being a serial entrepreneur isn’t a cup of tea that everyone can hold and sip. And, when I say this I talk with experience of hardships, failures and successes,” says Memphis based Rafi Chowdhury. All his life the guy has followed influencers and motivators. And, when he finally his loved pet, he couldn’t contain his joy and learn a lot from them. I follow the four forces of aviation that I saw and learnt from my pigeons. I don’t do pigeon flying or racing, but in the future, I might try something on these lines,” says entrepreneur Rafi Chowdhury. The four steps that Rafi here is talking about are: