Discipline is essential. Without discipline, nothing can work. At the same time,

creativity needs some space. Creativity needs freedom while productivity needs

discipline. If you don’t have freedom you can’t be creative, and if you don’t have

discipline you can’t be productive. So, life is a balance of both – creativity and

productivity. You can come up with a great idea, but to realize that idea you need

discipline. You know, many young people have great ideas, but they don’t have the

discipline to translate them into reality. And there are some people who are great

managers but they don’t have the time to even think about something more. These

people cannot rise up to the occasion when there is a crisis, because crisis

management requires creativity. Most of our education is not tuned to educate in

crisis management. And when we don’t know crisis management, there is always

some fear and uncertainty. So education should combine these two things in such a

manner so that there is a space to create and at the same time a discipline is also

followed, because if it is only discipline, it will stifle you. You become so regimental

that you cannot do any crisis management. So this is a very fine balance that one

has to strike – freedom and discipline.