Unknown Facts About Indra Nooyi

The road to success might not be as simple as you think. You go through several hurdles and the path is full of bumpy rides.However, at the end of the day, hard work pays off.
The following words of wisdom from some of the best entrepreneurs are inspiring, motivating and enough to create a zeal in your heart to go on and chase your dreams.

1.Don’t just identify a problem to solve, pick something you truly feel passionate about.

Let us start off with the advice of the very famous Mark Zuckerberg. The man behind the revolutionary social media app, Facebook, says “Don’t set out to build a company, he advised. Rather, “start with the problem that you’re trying to solve in the world.
The best companies that get built are things that are trying to drive some kind of social change, even if it’s just local in one place.”

2. Having a co-founder helps get through the ups and downs of working at a start up.
The Flipkart Co founder Sachin Bansal advised regarding the setting up of a startup.
He said “The biggest advice I have given to entrepreneurs is not to start alone. I always tell them to find a cofounder with whom they have good chemistry and with whom they share similar goals and vision for the venture.”

3. Take Risks even if it risks your life, at the end of the day it will all be worth.
Elon Musk is not your ordinary Billionaire. Unlike most Billionaire’s Musk made billions of dollars multiple times with entirely different businesses. He recommends taking risks when you are still young as obligations only increase over time. With greater risks, such as those needed to carve out a new niche, comes the potential for far greater rewards

4. Be missionaries, not mercenaries.
Jeff Bezos is the founder of the famous E-commerce store Amazon. He is an exponential entrepreneur. He says “I tell people that when we acquire companies, I’m always trying to figure out: Is this person who leads this company a missionary or a mercenary? The missionary is building the product and building the service because they love the customer because they love the product because they love the service. The mercenary is building the product or service so that they can flip the company and make money.
One of the great paradoxes is that the missionaries end up making more money than the mercenaries anyway. So pick something that you are passionate about, that’s my number one piece of advice.

5.Failures help you build character.

Kunal Bahl, CEO of Snapdeal says failures help you build character. He failed numerous times and that arduous journey of failures takes you to a successful destination. So never be afraid of failures as it only makes you stronger and motivates you to move ahead with courage and confidence.

Henceforth, in order to achieve your goals and dreams, you need to keep in mind a few pieces of advice from the best entrepreneurs.


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