Close to burning out (from work, and the soaring temperatures), we took a month-long workation in Paris this summer. An excellent decision. Paris allowed us to achieve the right work-life balance, and brought back our mojo. … More A Parisian Workation
Heading back from Bangalore to Grenoble, we decided to spend a few weeks in Paris to explore, meet people and understand the French Tech ecosystem. Living in Paris like a local (well, almost), taking public transport to co-working places & meetings, and dealing with Parisians outside the tourist track opened my eyes to a different Paris.
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How entrepreneurship is forcing me to come out of my shell, do things I would have never done otherwise. … More From Wallflower to Reluctant Networker
A few months ago, I shared my journey from teaching to building startups. That was the beginning of a long journey in entrepreneurship, in which I am learning much about the world, and myself. When we first started working on our start up, our focus was on the gig economy, a booming market trend in … More From Bangalore to Grenoble: Part 1 Of A Long Journey
One of the biggest challenges in building a startup is acquiring users. How can you convince people to use your product? Why would they choose your product, over the dozens (often hundreds) of other similar products? – You build their trust. – Yes, but how? – You talk to them. You tell them a story. … More Learning to write to build audiences and attract users
As a cataloger of events, experiences and thoughts, I’ve always been narrating my life in diaries and blogs. So it’s only natural that I’ve decided to record this (not-so) new journey on which I’ve embarked. It all started in 2009, when my friend approached me with a content writing assignment for his new venture. It … More From teaching French to building startups