Startups teach an entrepreneur a lot of important life lessons and trust me I’m no exception to that rule. So here’s a short memoir of an entrepreneur, which hopefully will help you in your ventures.
Internet plays a vital role for any new entrepreneur and their startups. There’s a barrage of readily available information, which have helped me immensely as well. I’d like to share with you my famous five resources for entrepreneurs:
Couple of days back I was asked by someone as to how long I’ve been a web designer. This question’s simple answer astonished my own self because it’s been about 16 years since I dived into the Web Design and Development field.
I have to say, I’ve never needed the Internet more than just recently when my wife got pregnant with our first child. So many questions need to be answered, and the timing of them is just too abrupt. Can she use this medicine, can she do that exercise, is this fruit or carb ok for her to consume, can she travel? Well let’s just say that technology came to my rescue.
Had a lovely and quite filling breakfast today with family at Gloria Jeans Coffee. Their Australian Omelette is absolutely delicious alongwith the Irish Nut Coffee…..heavenly I tell you!!
If you want to know a good way to achieve your goals, then I suggest you watch tennis Greats to learn how to be determined towards your objectives. Watch the legends such as Boris Becker, Steffi Graf, Pete Sampras, Martina Navratilova, and the most recent; Roger Federer, at play.
Steve Jobs has been quoted as saying “I never did it for the money.” In 2010, his total compensation was again $1, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing.