Why startup fails? Here’s one of the key reasons.
Why startup fails? Here’s one of the key reasons.

Every startup journey begins with an idea. And every startup is synonymous to the word “idea”. It’s an idea that fuels a to-be-entrepreneur to take the plunge, and build everything around it. Ideas are of two types – good and bad. Isn’t it? Well, the startup world has two more dimensions to the word idea – relevant and irrelevant. Unfortunately, most startup ideas die in a war between these two dimensions. That’s because there’s a million-dollar question awaiting every entrepreneur in the making. Does my startup idea solve a relevant problem?

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Book on Startups – Why writing it was a bad idea but I still did.
Book on Startups – Why writing it was a bad idea but I still did.

After dabbling with the idea of writing a book for a while, around 2 years back, I decided to write my first book. The subject was Startups & Entrepreneurship. But somewhere inside I knew that it was not a great idea to write a book on startups as I didn’t have decades of experience in running them. This thought kept hitting me hard in the face. I kept fighting until I could. But finally, it managed to knock me down – obviously, in more ways than one.

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Not an Entrepreneur. He’s a Wannapreneur – 7 traits that prove.

We all know the wannabe types. But when these wannabes set their eyes on entrepreneurship, they’re called Wannapreneur! The term Wannapreneur has been coined for those who just “want” to be entrepreneurs. It’s a term that has been doing the rounds at a lot of national and international forums too. And most of us have at least one person around us who fits the bill. Well, there’s nothing wrong in “wanting” to be an entrepreneur. We all have dreams, goals and a bucket list. And entrepreneurship can certainly be a part of a smart chap’s bucket list. But Wannapreneurs are different. These individuals have got traits that reflect their “all-fart-and-no-shit” attitude.

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