Journey of a Serial Entrepreneur

Getting from where you are to where you want to be


February 8, 2011

What is your Sentence?

I came across this video recently and am amazed at it’s simplicity and powerful implications. We are consumed by doing far too many things in life, thereby diluting our focus and true impact. Finding that singular mission with a corresponding drive to move ahead, is what separates the good from the great. In a post - Read More -

February 1, 2011

Feb 1: Required Weekly Reading

I tend to do a lot of reading online on a daily basis. As such, I come across many articles that I enjoy and believe would be useful to a lot of individuals, specially those who read this blog. I will hence be posting one entry weekly, with a list of the best posts I - Read More -

January 30, 2011

The Last Lecture

I was reading an article today on university selection and it linked out to Randy Pausch’s famous “Last Lecture” at Carnegie Mellon University. It had been a while since I last watched it and decided to watch it again. This lecture never fails to fascinate me. I must have watched it tens of times before, - Read More -

August 20, 2010

The Fountainhead

I was reading a blog post of a web designer whose work I admire,  she has quoted a snippet from an incredible book, The Fountainhead. “Throughout the centuries there were men who took first steps down new roads armed with nothing but their own vision. their goals differed, but they all had this in common: that the - Read More -

February 7, 2010

It is All About Your Attitude

Image by JustUptown Life as an entrepreneur is undoubtedly very challenging. One always seems to be on a roller coaster ride, with emotions yoyoing up and down on a regular basis. The other day I was forwarded the letter below, it really made me pause and think. The message is a simple one, yet…so many - Read More -

December 30, 2009

2009 and Beyond

I came across Larry Page’s commencement speech at the University Michigan recently, and it really got me thinking. Two major takeaways from the speech are : 1. Dream Big…there is less competition: Larry talks about how we should all dare to dream as big as we can. Life is too short for us not to - Read More -

October 3, 2009

The Whiteboard

Image by that sugars guy Whenever I am stuck with a particular problem, lack inspiration about what to write , or looking to clear my head, the whiteboard is my savior. It does not necessarily need to be an actual whiteboard. It could be a blank piece of paper, an empty notebook, or in fact, - Read More -

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