I love building. Dreaming and then creating. I think it’s why I love startups so much. This whole process of seeing opportunities for improvement in some way and creating a solution. Then testing and iterating and seeing if it works for more and more people. The challenge is, no matter how hard you try, it’s … Continue reading Don’t build a product. Solve a problem.
I learned my most important lesson in faith when I was 8 years old. I was sitting in the back seat of my grandfather’s big, white Ambassador as my cousin drove my mum and I through the streets of Nadiad, my parents’ small hometown. It had just turned night and the streets were teaming with … Continue reading What driving in India taught me about faith – in self and in fate.
I hate making mistakes. I always have. All my life I’ve worked to have the right answer, to be safe, to work in the space that I knew I could be good and right and effective. Until I decided to start a start-up. Now I’m making mistakes left and right. Because I don’t know what … Continue reading When you make a mistake, don’t feel bad. Get mad.