The Truth About An Entrepreneur’s Work-Life Balance

As entrepreneurs who keep extremely busy, we are often the subject of discussion and critique. No, I’m not glorifying us being busy, but stating it as a matter of fact. Almost always, family, friends, acquaintances and the broader industry is quick to point out to how we rate poorly on our ability to keep a balance…

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One Testimonial At A Time

In the recent past, there have been numerous reports on startups either shutting shop or sacking employees in the hundreds. If one was to look a little closely, the genesis of all these announcements is an idea backed by a poorly constructed business model and injected with large sums of investor money. Irrespective of whether…

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Healthy Dose Of Paranoia Isn’t Bad After All

Let me start with an admission – I am paranoid. No, I am not a negative person or the kind who would make life a living hell for themselves and those around them. Instead, I’m your quintessential entrepreneur who experiences paranoia about his venture, its current state and the future. Well, truth be told, most of…

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Talking about Narayan Murthy’s comeback to Infosys ON CNBC

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A Robert Frost Poem That Every Entrepreneur Must Read

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India Relaxes FDI Norms: Reasons Why Global Investors Are Going To Like This

On June 20, 2016, the Narendra Modi government announced a major change in its approach to long standing issues on Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) reforms.

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Bootstrapping Is A Way Of Life

Last night I chanced upon an article authored by Vivek Wadhwa in the Wall Street Journal. In this article, Vivek has succinctly written about why entrepreneurs should focus on building a lifestyle business and not only aim for an exit. This made me reflect on my personal story. The timing couldn’t be better as I…

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Startups Raising Funds…

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Running A Self-Funded Business…

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Team Before Self…

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Man With A Vision But Alone…

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Passion Over Sleep…

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