You're not wrong. But you're also not right.

The hardest part of start-ups is not knowing what direction you’re supposed to be headed in next. Everything sounds reasonable, especially the rational options.   The only problem is, if the rationale solution worked, then somebody would have built it by now. Somehow, something is missing. And that’s what we’re on this elusive journey for … Continue reading You're not wrong. But you're also not right.

What driving in India taught me about faith – in self and in fate.

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.