Journey of a Serial Entrepreneur

Getting from where you are to where you want to be

Success Factors

Company You Keep
January 8, 2013

The Company You Keep

Our surroundings and daily interactions have a far deeper impact and influence on our growth than we expect them to. The people we meet, work with and share meals with, directly influences our growth trajectory and moulds our thought processes. “You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.” – - Read More -

goalsetting
January 7, 2013

Being Productive vs Being Busy

In a world where we are constantly “connected” and always have something to do, we can very easily confuse being productive vs being busy. Like most vices, short term impacts are often never felt and we only get to see how far behind we are on our ‘actual’ tasks after a couple of weeks or - Read More -

graduate
January 6, 2013

I Do Not Know What I Want To Do?

My niece is on her way to college later this year and like most people her age, she has very little idea what she wants to do at or after college. Unfortunately this trend is a global issue and many parents and their college going kids think that college is some magic bullet that is - Read More -

executiongap
January 4, 2013

Overcoming the Execution Gap

With the new year in full swing, many of us may have set goals towards what we aspire to achieve in 2013. However, there is a big difference between setting goals and achieving them. Essentially the execution gap in the middle is where many fall. In 2013 you may want to become healthier, boost your - Read More -

2012 in Review
December 31, 2012

Looking Back at 2012

As I sit down to write this post I really can’t believe that 2012 is over. These last couple of years, time seems to be accelerating at a quantum pace where it is becoming difficult to keep track of all the things which again seem to be taking place almost all at once! I remember - Read More -

April 24, 2012

Culture & Performance

A recent article in Fortune by Jack and Suzy Welch in which they say: “Soft culture matters as much as hard numbers. And if your company’s culture is to mean anything, you have to hang — publicly — those in your midst who would destroy it. It’s a grim image, we know. But the fact - Read More -

April 23, 2012

Performance Optimization

Great leaders have an inherent ability to distill complexity into simplicity. A great story which reflects this talent is attributed to steel magnate Charles M. Schwab. One day one of his floor managers came to him complaining about varied schemes he had attempted in order to increase the average output per shift, without any luck. - Read More -

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