18 Apr I Need To Ask My Parents

In this Podcast, Karan Dharamsi along with Sandhya Valecha are sharing their views on why you should not start a business if ” you have to ask your parents” before starting it.

Karan has also shared that why and how parents are at fault for many failures happening!

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P.S: Success needs to be re-defined

 

Time Stamped Show Notes

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  [skipto time=00:35][00:35][/skipto] – Introduction of the speaker

  [skipto time=01:15][01:15][/skipto] – Wait! i need to ask my parents

  [skipto time=01:51][01:51][/skipto] – Karan 100% feels you shouldn’t start the company

  [skipto time=02:42][02:42][/skipto] – You need to be a warrior

  [skipto time=03:40][03:40][/skipto] – No one else will believe you as much as you do

  [skipto time=04:33][04:33][/skipto] – Dear parents, please stop doing this

  [skipto time=05:22][03:39][/skipto] – You havent failed!

  [skipto time=06:08][06:08][/skipto] – Success needs to be redifined.

  [skipto time=07:05][07:05][/skipto] – “kuch to log kahenge, logon ka kaam hai kehna

  [skipto time=08:30][08:30][/skipto] – It’s a two-way thing.

  [skipto time=08:52][08:52][/skipto] – Time for little re-cap

  [skipto time=09:19][09:19][/skipto] – More entrepreneur- Happy planet

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Sandhya Valecha

Sandhya Valecha is the Co-founder of 'The Marketing Nerdz'. She's also a Copywriter, and Writers’ Coach. Her stimulating stories, and articles have been featured in "The Story Exchange", Reliance's "Harmony", The Times of India, Hindustan Times, The Hindu, and The Pioneer. Sandhya’s a full merit scholarship winner of £23,698 from “The London School of Economics and Political Science” (LSE). During her stint in London, she wrote for the High Commission of India, London and the Confederation of Indian Industry, UK.
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Sandhya Valecha
sandhyavalecha@gmail.com

Sandhya Valecha is the Co-founder of 'The Marketing Nerdz'. She's also a Copywriter, and Writers’ Coach. Her stimulating stories, and articles have been featured in "The Story Exchange", Reliance's "Harmony", The Times of India, Hindustan Times, The Hindu, and The Pioneer. Sandhya’s a full merit scholarship winner of £23,698 from “The London School of Economics and Political Science” (LSE). During her stint in London, she wrote for the High Commission of India, London and the Confederation of Indian Industry, UK.

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