15 Reasons why you should have a mentor

15 Reasons why you should have a mentor

Blog, Personal Growth
There are only a few things that are more valuable than having a mentor in your journey to success. Your capability to secure the right mentor could be the difference between making it or failing wretchedly. Those who undervalue the power of mentorship are less likely to succeed due to a variety of different reason, most of which I want to share here today. But before we get started what precisely a mentor is? By definition, a mentor is somebody who offers his or her knowledge and wisdom and advice to someone who is less experienced. There are various types of mentors, but the concept is pretty much the same. A mentor is someone who has walked the same road which you wish/plan to walk, and that can help you…
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Impacts of the pandemic on big companies and you

Impacts of the pandemic on big companies and you

Blog, Business
Hey all! At the start of 2020, none of us would have predicted the situation we are currently going through. But like in late June, more of us are starting to look at life would be in the coming months and years ahead. Most of us even know that the question isn’t that when would things get back to normal, but what will the new normal look like. And that’s the question I would look at today. Specifically, what impact it would have on big companies because what big companies do it affects all of us. Maybe we work for them, but even if we don’t, we buy their products and use their services. When an entire sector grinds to a halt, it disrupts the way we go about our…
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The inspiring story of Airbnb to learn from

The inspiring story of Airbnb to learn from

Blog, Incredible Stories
The inspiring story of Airbnb to learn from Become a cereal entrepreneur is a core value at Airbnb.com, which means not only become an entrepreneur but also be creative and be scrappy. This became a big part of the foundation of Airbnb by three friends Nathan Blecharczyk, Joe Gebbia, and Brian Chesky. They were roommates at one time in an apartment in San Francisco. In October 2007, the rent on the apartment (where Nathan, Joe and another roommate were staying in at that time) got increased by 25%. So, Nathan and another roommate decided to move out. Brian was in Los Angeles at that time, and Joe called Brian and asked, “Why don’t you come to San Francisco and become an entrepreneur?” So, Brian quit his job in LA and…
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How about getting free money from the government every month?

How about getting free money from the government every month?

Blog, Curiosity questions
How about getting free money from the government every month? Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com Imagine a scenario where your government says that it will give you 5000 rupees free every month, but not only to you but also to every citizen of the country. Amazing! Right? Because you don’t have to work for this money. Or for some, it doesn’t make much of a difference. But Imagine what all additional commodities you can buy from this extra 5000 rupees. Maybe some good food once a month worth a 5k, couple of Uber rides from office giving you a comfortable journey, a branded Designer T-shirt or shirt, Sneakers, Handbags, cosmetics, a Lipstick and Eyeliner etc.  You must be thinking that I am joking. If not a thought comes to your…
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Is the currency crisis really happening?

Is the currency crisis really happening?

Blog, Curiosity questions
We are going through some unprecedented economic times where we have seen a manufacturing slowdown, business closures, and an unemployment crisis.  Along with these, another problem that hasn’t been seen in the last 100 years is fast approaching us—something which has caused the depression of some dominant economies in history. Today, if we want to buy something like bread, what would we do? Well, we would probably just go to our local grocery store, pick out some bread, and pay with our card or cash. But buying bread wasn’t always this simple. A few thousand years ago, if we wanted to buy something like grain, we would have to give up something in return like sheep. This was called the barter system, and this is how humans traded goods before…
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Why Millenials can’t buy a house?

Why Millenials can’t buy a house?

Blog, Curiosity questions
Why Millenials can't buy a house? For our parents’ generation, owning a house was a status symbol, financial security and necessity, and a “kiraye ka ghar” (rented place) was something to be embarrassed about. But for many young folks today, chasing esoteric jobs and the next unusual experience, a house doesn’t figure on our bucket list. We love to travel across 50 countries before we turn 30, have three jobs or own our business rather than buy a home. This has led to a paradigm shift in the real estate industry globally. Millennials are satisfied sharing their apartments with more people if it helps them save on housing and lodging costs, or fund their next trip, next car, next outing or the next iPhone or any expensive electronic gadget. It…
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