Doing My Bit for Financial Inclusion by Guiding and Encouraging

Inspired by Dhirendra Kumar's article on Value Research encouraging us financially literate Indians to do our bit for financial inclusion, especially in the light of initiatives taken by government, I encourage and guide people whenever I see fit.

For example, recently when I was early to work, I chatted with office boy, who's a young unmarried boy. Besides the small talk, I encouraged him to take up a second job, as he doesn't have the responsibility of another person on his shoulders yet. Also, I asked him if he had a bank account. He said no. I encouraged him to open a bank account, save money, take Prime Minister insurance schemes (for Rs 12 and 330). He nodded.
"Everyone has the right to move upwards in life, by working for it"