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Slangs, sayings, songs.
India is full of them. Everything has a metaphor.
Never taken seriously- but they pack a punch. Express more in fewer words.
In one of those intellectual moments- Here are some Indian (Hindi) slangs that start-ups, entrepreneurs and everyone else can learn from:
1) Jo dikhta hai wo hi bikta hai
Translation: What sells- is only what can be seen.
Implication: if you or your product is not visible – quality does not matter. True for politicians or doctors alike.
Wisdom: Being seen is the first step- and even trumps quality. So go out …
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Part 2 of the muse on developing an alternate economic system, I debate for having an alternate currency- “The Karma Currency”. Countries should have “Gross Domestic Karma” as another indicator to their success. And the world then becomes a better place. You may say I’m a dreamer- but I’m not the only one
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The big wheel of society turns on the fuel of entrepreneurship. It is the biggest, most sustainable and the noblest way to do help the society. How? This is how- Read on…
I classify an underground trend here. There is something unique about today’s generation. They want access to everything. The fact that something is not within reach is just not acceptable to this group…
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Some random ramblings I wrote in Jan 2010- but publishing only now.
I love the punchline for TED. This is how punchlines should be- packed with impact, attitude and clarity of message.
TED is an annual event where some of the world’s leading thinkers and doers are invited to share what they are most passionate about. “TED” stands for Technology, Entertainment, Design — three broad subject areas that are, collectively, shaping our future. And in fact, the event is broader still, showcasing ideas that matter in any discipline. Attendees have called …