A assorted collection of pearls of wisdom from different genres.
An entrepreneur is an owner or manager of a business enterprise who takes the initiative and also who leads the people. An entrepreneur has a vison or an idea to which he or she is working towards with a passion which keeps one going irrespective of educated in the respective […]
We all have heard the saying, “a family that eats together, stays together”. With respect to our corporate work setup, I would modify it to “a team that plays together, grows together”. Our work teams are our extended families. Almost half of our day is spent at working in offices. […]
Are you an entrepreneur who likes to do things drawn from own experiences? Don’t you prefer reading books? Reading will help you gain perspective and also encourages introspection that will prove to be extremely useful for your startup. So, let us give you the list of top 10 books that […]
2016 has proven to be a mixed bag for the startup entrepreneurs. While some trends worked in their stride some others failed to help them in any given way. According to Grant Thornton, India ranks among the top 5 countries, in terms of the number of startups – with a […]
Exploration is enterprise. In narrow terms, it relates to physical activity of attempting to dig out the geologically stored. It is adventurous as also it bears the risk of failure. Historically, bold, maverick and mad individuals have carved out the path that has contributed significantly to economic and industrial development. […]
Employees are key to success and for a startup it is even more crucial to hold on to talent that can bring in the difference needed. They must be nurtured and the skills must be adequately appreciated as it is their passion and dedication that become the core values of […]
The world of start-ups has been unexplored as I am traveling along a slightly different path, the one involving human behavior. Hence before typing these words, I have spent hours (no exaggeration) watching the cursor blink at me cheekily while my fingers hovered over the keyboard hesitantly and seconds hand […]