Working with startups introduces one to a gamut of personalities and often a lot of engineers – sometimes they are a lot of fun to work with, but most often they aren’t the best communicators. Sometimes their skills rarely take them places, which made one wonder what is it that they are missing that the slackers and the ‘Smart Alecs’ walk away with all the accolades and the moolah.
In years spent working with startups and working for startups, I learnt a few things that goes a long way in ensuring things aren’t lost in translation and that the best output is achieved. These are simple yet very crucial things that can be implemented and should be kept in mind regardless the size of a company.
They say life is the best teacher. No doubts about it whatsoever, specially as an entrepreneur who has been struggling for long. Surprising as it may seem, the last one year has taught me the most I have ever learnt, in every sphere of life – personal or professional.
Yes would be the reply if you are/were an Entrepreneur. And that’s why we keep running and chasing towards the Goal. What happens when the Goal is achieved successfully?
We create another Goal or Aim another one and start chasing it. But yes, entrepreneurs never get satisfied by anything. What tempts Entrepreneurs is ‘FAIL’.
A couple of weeks ago I attended the Lean Startup Machine Workshop in San Francisco. Conceptually, the “lean startup” approach wants to ensure that you don’t waste your time when you have a new idea.
The start up scene in india is getting brighter by the day with a wave of entrepreneurship sweeping through the youth of the nation. “Eco-Friendly startups of India” focuses on this bunch to see what innovations are bringing this change and how.