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27 03, 2013

Crestfallen-creSSSt risen- Startup Suckcess Success

By |2018-01-25T04:28:01+05:30March 27th, 2013|Categories: Blog, Startup|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

Disclaimer: The sinister “abysso” recalls Tartarus, and overall conjures a gorgeous image of the blind prognathous fish constellation the dark with the aching lambency of their bio-luminescence. The last sentence has nothing to do with the life-sentence alexithymia that one of the peers has left me with, and it was [...]

27 11, 2012

B-School, e-School, Fun-School…..Entrepreneurship….Don’t be a Fool, Keep It COOL.

By |2018-01-25T04:28:05+05:30November 27th, 2012|Categories: Blog, Small, Medium, Emerging Businesses, SME and Startup, Startup|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

I will start with a not so small big announcement. My business partner isn’t an MBA and I am the one, but we never take any pride in that. Neither of us complains about our respective position as well. And, this has nothing to do with us being partner in [...]

14 07, 2012

Start-Up & Valley of Death; #1 Finance Perspective

By |2018-01-25T04:28:07+05:30July 14th, 2012|Categories: Blog, SME and Startup|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |1 Comment

It’s never easy, as a child, to take your first step. You fall, cry, seek help and stand once again to take your first step, only to overcome your fear of walking and taste the taste of success. No one starts running on taking the very first step; failure is [...]

31 05, 2012

Problem of defining the problem & Einstein’s solution

By |2018-01-25T04:28:09+05:30May 31st, 2012|Categories: Blog, Small, Medium, Emerging Businesses, Solutions, Startup|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |1 Comment

You need know the problem in first hand before reaching out for solution. There are solutions to solve the problem and then there’s an absolute solution to solve an absolute problem. The ability of the solution to solve the problem is directly proportional to the extent to which the problem is being understood and defined. Having a problem is part and parcel of life and that shouldn’t be the problem, but expecting not to have a problem by adopting ostrich-head-in-the-sand approach is a problem. We often find peoples claiming that someone drowned because he fell in water. No dude, he drowned because he didn’t know swimming. The problem isn’t with water but with him not knowing how to swim. Don’t confuse inconvenience with problem.