Category Archives: Guru Gyan

The dark side of entrepreneurship

Perspective: Great people come with great resilience Meghna Maiti “The average man don’t like trouble and danger,” says Mark Twain in his book ‘The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn,’ explaining the reality that war and suffering are the integral part of the legacy that any successful individual leaves behind. Here Twain was not just referring to…
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A tint of craziness often changes the world

Perspective: Why not go a little crazy? Meghna Maiti What makes a particular dish exotic and eye-appealing to the common people? What is the missing ingredient in a monotonous love story? What sets a mass-mobiliser apart from a normal politician? They surely manage to create a product or a movement, a particular spark that changes and…
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The romance of entrepreneurship

Here's an interesting piece highlighting the romantic side of entrepreneurship. Read on... Meghna Maiti It had been a long, weary day for Jack Ma, a Chinese young man. He was feeling dizzy and the world around him seemed to have disappeared into oblivion. This was the ‘thirtieth’ time he got rejected for a job. Along…
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What a scandal at a workplace says about its brand?

Perspective Meghna Maiti A scandal always brings forth a set of angry reactions.  It could also act as a game changer for the brand its involved with. When a certain Ms. X complained against her employer, Arunabh Kumar, CEO of ‘The Viral Fever’ (TVF) for sexual harassment issue, it surely brought forth issues like ‘patriarchy,’…
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Investing lessons from Mahabharata

People swear by Mahabharata, not just for 'Purana' tales but also as an ethical discourse to differentiate between good and evil. The Mahabharata, needless to say, is one of the greatest epics in Hindu mythology written by Sage Vyas. Though essentially a narrative of a war between the Kauravas and the Pandavas, it is known…
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