Things that inspire me, maybe they will inspire you too?
An entrepreneur’s primary role is to sell. At any given point the entrepreneur is selling whether it is Selling himself on why he is pursuing this idea. Selling his employees on why they should join or stay at this venture Selling his friends and family on supporting him in his new (and often crazy) endeavour
Do you know that in the 16-year period between 1988 and 2014, the weight of an average American male increased by 15 pounds, while his average height remained the same? Did you know that India’s consumption of sugar increased from 5% to 13% of all the sugar produced in the world? – much faster than
While attending the Web Summit in Lisbon I met Pranjal Sharma, the author of Kranti Nation: India and the Fourth Industrial Revolution, for breakfast. As passionate students of economics, innovation & start-ups we immediately got engaged in deep conversation about Indian consumer’s behavioural shift and how that was significantly changing the start-up ecosystem in India.
What is the book about? Shoe Dog by Nike founder and chairman Phil Knight traces the journey of Nike from the time it was a startup all the way to its IPO. The journey captures the tribulations, triumphs, tragedy and trials (an actual one too) of an entrepreneur in the 1960s & 1970s running a
An entrepreneur, an investor, a bully brother to crazy siblings (yes I said that), a difficult son, the crazy uncle, a dreamer, the startup evangelist, an FSG (if you know, you know), a tough love leader and an honest friend. These are some of the many roles I play during my day.
I’m the guy who will tell you like it is… no sugar coating, no filter and no care for hierarchy. So through my blog I point fingers at everyone including the man in my mirror without a care for the retributions… its my voice and I will say what I want to.