Every generation wants to ensure their next generation leads a comfortable life, usually not the one they led. Our quality of life over time has improved. My life is definitely better off compared to my parents’ lives while they were growing up. People in the old days would work “odd” jobs, do the lowly work […]

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I listen to more podcasts than I’d like to admit. From themes covering business, investments, health, fitness, economics, I listen to everything. The fact that I commute for 4 hours a day probably aides my podcast addiction. Over the course of the past year, I’ve experimented with quite a few podcasts. Whenever I come across […]

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Every early stage startup goes through the rough phase of building path-breaking products and fund raising at the same time. Especially in the earliest stages, trying to juggle a startup, family and fund raising is tough. You don’t have too many people to help you sail through this phase. Most people don’t get it, aside […]

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As a venture capitalist, I get an unfair advantage. I get to see businesses, their successes and failures from a 10,000 feet height. All this while still being in the thick of the action. It’s unfair sometimes. I get access to data e.g. financial, company strategies, inside scoop, pivots, investments etc. unlike most other professions.This […]

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In Venture Capital, valuable companies are hard to come by. You’ve probably heard this far too often.If not, here’s a neat post explaining the math on why 95% of Venture Capital firms fail. No one can predict valuable companies at early stages. Venture capital has become about spreading your (investment) net far and wide to […]

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