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SITM Talk

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Saurabh Jain

on 27 February 2011

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Saurabh Jain Intellista Software Studios saurabh@intellista.com This talk is not about trying to turn you into an entrepreneur 5 Important lessons that I have learnt No amount of reading is going to prepare you for what is in store! You NEED to be stupid
(very, very stupid) Things NEVER turn out the way you expect them to! (thinkingspace beginnings) ActiveCiti, EventAZoo Some more learnings ... Pick your founding team with care Don't just pick someone because you are desperate
or because you think you need another person It is OK to FAIL It is a well researched fact that you will get the success that you desired from your first venture only by your third or fourth venture! (second if you are lucky!) what doesn't kill you only makes you stronger! ENJOY every bit of what you're doing Project Treadstone If you no longer enjoy what you're doing, it is time to end it. Take everything others say, with a pinch of salt. You need to spend money, to make money. MONEY shouldn't be your only goal. Try to equate monetary goals with other real world targets. Thank you

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saurabh@intellista.com ALWAYS have a bias towards ACTION Stuff I believe in EVERYBODY succeeds, you just need to stick on for that long Everything will be okay in the end. If it is not okay, it is not the end Today, more than ever, is the best time to start something. saurabh@intellista.com It is about just sharing my experiences from 4 years
along with lessons that I have learnt
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