Failure is an inevitable part of your startup journey.
1. Spent $10,000 on 2 products → Failed. In the bin
2. Began SEO in 2019 → Failed. No traffic for 1 year
3. Wrote 100s of tweets → Failed. Only friends liked it
Learn. Adapt. Grow. Succeed.
Unless forced to, we prefer to work quietly!
In this academic year we've established 100 Secondary Schools for kids of tea garden workers; 100 more in pipeline. Tea gardens are located in remotest parts of Assam.
Watch these infrastructure and lovely kids.
Srimad Bhagavad Gita 📖 is one of the craziest and oldest AMA ever, IMHO
Arjun kept asking structured, random, confused - all kinds of questions
And Krishna answered all.
Twitter spaces, Clubhouse, Reddit, Discord and experts - it's not a new thing, ykiyk
6-Month Personal MBA (Book List):
• Strategy: Zero to One
• Entrepreneurship: The Lean Startup
• Accounting: Financial Intelligence
• Per. Finance: I Will Teach You to Be Rich
• Marketing: 22 Laws of Marketing
• Operations: The Goal
यह उपकरण कुशल भी है और खूबसूरत भी। In an age where we’re surrounded by electronic gadgetry, this ‘primitive’ mechanical device is not just efficient & sustainable but also stunningly beautiful. Not just a machine but a mobile sculpture…
To The Point: If you call yourself secular then you must support a Uniform Civil Code (UCC) . But that’s not how it works : secularists oppose the Uniform Code & support religious personal laws that are often regressive only because the BJP wants a UCC. theprint.in/opinion/to-the-p…
How to excel in your workplace:
1. Spend time with smart people
2. Be efficient with your time
3. See fear as opportunities
4. Give full commitment to your task
5. Value learning
6. Embrace failure
7. Work bloody hard
The only thing in business (and life in general) I know to be truly anti-fragile (i.e. gains from disorder) is authenticity.
@elonmusk is the master class in this.
Founders—remember this in present times and markets.
Be authentic. Focus.
I had the opportunity to visit @Walmart Home Office, and found this amazing sign in the hallway.
Relentless customer centricity is inspiring and energizing!
One of our credos at @scale_ai is “Customer comes first.”—that being said I think Walmart says it better!
Japanese culture is a fascinating juxtaposition of the old and new, a country renowned for both its technological prowess and its strong ties to its roots and ancient traditions.
And the reason why I respect their culture so much is ….