Posts Tagged ‘Entrepreneur’

The pursuit of happiness is a most ridiculous phrase…

The pursuit of happiness is a most ridiculous phrase; if you pursue happiness you’ll never find it.C.P. Snow

It might as well be that Chris Gardner was finally happy with the job and founding of his own multi-million dollar brokerage firm; however, stories like these are a rarity. It needs a person who knows what he wants and can concentrate on his goal without being side-tracked into other pursuits. Next, when he reaches where he wanted to be, he knows that he has to live in the moment and start to concentrate on things that are essential to his happiness (family, friends, etc…)

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Effectual Entrepreneurship

Effectual Entrepreneurship

This is continuation to my previous post on my experiences in Startup Saturday, July 2010. This post concentrates on the highlight of the meetup which was a presentation on Entrepreneurship by Prof. Suresh Bhagavatula.

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Startup Saturday, July 2010

Startup Saturday, HeadStart Network

Yesterday was my second participation in Startup Saturday organized by The HeadStart Network. The experience was insightful and enjoyable even if it was less attended. Read on for my experience at the meetup and look out for the followup post.

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Connect the Dots

Cover of Connect the Dots

‘Connect the Dots’ contains story of 20 people, each distinct from each other with hardly anything in common; except for passion, of course. The stories areā€¦ cool. In fact, before reading this, I definitely thought Fem was an international brand (not from India) as did some of my friends.

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Stay Hungry Stay Foolish

Cover of Stay Hungry Stay Foolish

When I was reviewing this book last week, my cousin brother (of age 11) saw the title and asked me about it. He asked if this book suggests we should not eat and become a fool. I didn’t know how to explain the meaning of the title to him in simple words. He is quite sharp, that’s true but it still takes some effort. I am going to take that effort now.

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