In order to succeed, we must first believe that we can. -Nikos Kazantzakis
@zomato app, customers could always skip cutlery with their orders. We are now changing this from an ‘opt-out’ to an ‘opt-in’. Customers will now have to explicitly request for cutlery, tissues, and straws, if they need it.pic.twitter.com/3rabwCbL1K
Startup Idea: An app that convinces your parents for your Goa Trip!
Put Rs. 10000 in a penny stock. They will magically turn into Rs. 1000 without much effort.
A path less taken does not guarantee you success.
However, most people opting for such paths succeed in life since they have the incentive to do more good than bad.
Such people grow more cautious to not make any mistakes and do all the hardship required.
It's hard to pack your bag up and move ahead in life once you fail at something , but it's not impossible ; maybe you can try losing some emotional luggage out of that bag and make it easier for yourself
A little wait to gain more experience before starting up won't hurt you , No need to act in FOMO
Indian startups have permanently moved from the back pages of financial newspapers to the front pages
Indian women's hockey team fought their way into the semis for the first time in history defeating Australia.
Its a moment to cherish and remember forever in Indian hockey history!
I fantasize about being a superhero with skills that can make me unstoppable at all my work related endeavours.
If given a chance, which three skills you would want your superhero self to have?
For me, it would be -
Product is always at the core of a successful startup. Marketing helps in delivering and enhancing the value of the product.
Some people might not believe in the power of manifestation but I am a firm believer of this concept - the least it does is to help me in staying positive and that's more than sufficient for me.
the temptation to take a gap year and go bullish on a startup grows stronger everyday
There's no framework or process for the work that you do in an early stage startup , its more about experimenting and learning what can result in the best interest.