How not to get a job

The biggest problem a young graduate has to tackle is how to get a job. Now that he has a great degree from a reputed university, and has passed with flying colors , he feels anyone should be more than happy to give him a job .

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When your co-founders desert you

While everyone know that being an entrepreneur is extremely challenging, I think we often underestimate how lonely a journey it can be. This is why the standard advice is to have a founding team, because a group of people can often accomplish far more than a single individual can.

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Why founders should stop lumping angels and VCs in the same bucket

Many first time founders are confused with the role angels and VCs play in the startup ecosystem. They think of both as being investors who can help to fund them, and think of them as being similar. However, this is a mistake, because they are completely different animals, with very different motivations.

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The emotional angst of being an entrepreneur

Entrepreneurs know that it is hard to run a start-up, and that they are going to have to master a lot of skills on the job. After all, just being technically proficient is not enough - they need to learn a lot about managing people ; selling and marketing; and raising and spending money wisely.

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Using WhatsApp to improve Doctor Patient communication

WhatsApp is one of those apps which practically every doctor uses routinely in India. Most doctors use it for personal reasons , and many have also started utilising it to connect with their patients as well.

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Is it fair to release startup funding in tranches ?

Many entrepreneurs resent investors who want to release funds in tranches, based on the milestones they achieve. They think of these as unfair hurdles, and believe that this reflects an investor's lack of trust in the founder.

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The value of due diligence

Most entrepreneurs dread the idea of subjecting themselves to due diligence by investors. They pride themselves on their autonomy and domain expertise, and don't find the concept of someone digging into what they're doing very appealing.

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How the leaders of the medical profession have let both doctors and patients down

One would expect that the leaders of the medical associations and the medical councils would serve as wise elders. They would stand up for doctors, and represent the public face of doctors to society. They would be the voice of the medical profession, so that they could ensure that the doctor-patient relationship was based on mutual respect and trust.

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Jan 29, 2018