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When all is lost, memories and meaning will stay. That is a good enough for me.
When I was an employee, I used to think that being an entrepreneur is much like an employee, only with added responsibilities. Now that I am an entrepreneur, I realize how foolish I was.
Notes from interactive session with Mahavir Sharma at TiE, Chandigarh
I have never been a 'listening' guy; I'm more a 'reading' guy. But with launch of my startup, I turned to podcasts to learn.
Some words have magic in them. They pop out of screens and alter our perspectives permanently. An article by Allison Vesterfelt did exactly that.
A crash course on everything startups need to know.
Inspiration from those who ran before me.
As I build my new company, I will find myself in novel situations. I may become uncertain, nervous and sweaty. Yet, never should I become paralysed. It will destroy everything I build.
Seven big challenging ideas from Peter Theil, Paypal founder
February was a month for consumption. I read a lot. I'm listing the top 10 blog-posts with key-points.
Is striking a balance always right?
Of all the social media platforms, Twitter stands-out as a great place to discover and discuss ideas. Use it.
Thinking in ratios and doing things together may turn out to be the best tips of this year.
You better listen to critics. But not when you ideate.
One's credentials do not guarantee success; it's their attitude that makes or breaks a venture.
Widen your knowledge rather than develop a narrow vision.
There are three types of ignorance - should know but don't know, better to know but don't know, don't care to know, so don't know.
If you are learning about a new domain, learn about its individual entities well before jumping into its ecosystem.
Eight key lessons from building and selling Mac & iOS apps.
Beauty of believable lies is that, part of the statement is a fact and a false part attaches itself to the fact part so innocuously that we believe the whole statement to be true.
Obtaining feedback is critical to designing products that stand the test of time. But getting meaningful feedback isn't easy.
I look back at what I have learnt, one lesson for each year I have spent in the journey.
We can't learn from our mistakes because we, as humans in general, are averse dissecting them. So let's learn from other's mistakes.
I explain the framework I have defined to assist my self-learning. I list the tools that help me to learn.
How Guy Kawasaki's advice changed my blogging practice.
Most learning is true within its context. When that context changes, are you prepared to unlearn?
Consulting is the only profession where you are paid to learn on the job. It is exciting as well as frightening. But if you got a right mind-set, there is no other profession like consulting.
Are you moving towards your goal or just spining round and round?
Even in this scientific age, our minds have not evolved to hold supposedly conflicting ideas. In our proclivity for quick closure, we simplify and settle on one side of the camp.
We recognize that with little help we can make a head-way. But out of inhibition, we do not ask for help. If you are suffering because you do not ask for help, here are five insights to help you.
You don't have to sweat it alone. Be smart and seek expert's help
Four lessons I learnt while developing an IT system for a cardiac surgeon.
Long before an achievement comes to light, somewhere there is a small step. Don't ignore it.
The words that brough magic into my life.
While corporate business and cricket are different domains, IPL has brought them together. Here are some lessons for corporates from IPL.
three of the best life lessons