Sushrut Munje
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Sushrut Munje's Discussions

The Espresso Principle
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Writing as an expression usually happens when you are in a state of tension between point A and point B.…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Sushrut Munje Feb 8.

What The Imitation Game taught me about starting up.
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Possibly, one of the most enthralling and positively audacious movies I have seen in recent times. A bias might exist due to my fondness for war tales. The Imitation Game also leaves you with a…Continue

Tags: leadership, inspiration, game, imitation

Started this discussion. Last reply by Karan Ahuja Feb 9.

Startup Mini Storms
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"Storms make you wiser," she stated and I nodded in agreement. One advantage of building a company ground up is the opportunity of spotting…Continue

Tags: startup, hurdles, problems

Started this discussion. Last reply by Sushrut Munje Jan 22.

 

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Latest Activity

Sushrut Munje replied to Alok Rodinhood Kejriwal's discussion Advertising is that Girl who flirts with you, but never marries you.
"Nicely written. Hits hard. Thank you!"
Mar 17
Sushrut Munje replied to Sunaina Shenoy's discussion Rodinhoodnis Contributing to The Indian Startup System
"This is sweet :) Stay awesome."
Mar 15
Sushrut Munje replied to Megha's discussion Exploitation of Start Ups....
"Hey Megha, I'm sorry you had to face this but it's best to take this in your stride and learn a lesson out of it. As a business person, we ought to be thorough with agreements and alliances. If we are putting blind trust in anyone, it is…"
Mar 13
Sushrut Munje replied to Anamika Joshi's discussion Some Start-up Don’ts that may later Haunt.
"Sweet ones and well put. Thanks, Anamika :)"
Mar 13
Sushrut Munje posted a discussion

How Gauri Oak Leads from the Top

[first published on the Hammer and Mop blog]When we sought a Stannis Baratheon to lead our operations with renewed vigor (…See More
Mar 8
Sushrut Munje replied to Prashant Chanchal's discussion How to get funded - When over 200 people asked in unison!
"Nicely covered, Prashant. Thanks!"
Mar 7
Sushrut Munje replied to asha chaudhry's discussion Weekly Newsletter: Feb 7-13, 2015
"Woohoo! :D"
Feb 18
Karan Ahuja replied to Sushrut Munje's discussion What The Imitation Game taught me about starting up.
"this post is awesome . aloks article is scary as it reminds us to take care about so many hard to see signals :)"
Feb 9
Sushrut Munje replied to Sushrut Munje's discussion What The Imitation Game taught me about starting up.
"Thanks for sharing and the compliment, Alok! Superb piece."
Feb 8
Sushrut Munje replied to Sushrut Munje's discussion The Espresso Principle
"Cheers! Thank you."
Feb 8
asha chaudhry replied to Sushrut Munje's discussion The Espresso Principle
"ps: LOVE THE PIC!"
Feb 8
asha chaudhry replied to Sushrut Munje's discussion The Espresso Principle
"i so get this one :) see - folks like you and alok don't write for a livelihood. you use it as a mode of expression - you both love writing and when you need to get something out of your system - writing redeems you! (incidentally alok loves…"
Feb 8
Alok Rodinhood Kejriwal replied to Sushrut Munje's discussion What The Imitation Game taught me about starting up.
"Fantastic.. This is what I wrote for "Inception" This post is dedicated to my absolute fanaticism to the movie ‘Inception’. If you haven’t seen the movie yet, my humble suggestion would be to see it before you read…"
Feb 8
Sushrut Munje posted a discussion

The Espresso Principle

Writing as an expression usually happens when you are in a state of tension between point A and point B. There is a comfortable state, and one which you are then forced to occupy due to experiences or emotions. The state of being stretched between these two points causes unnatural unease, and a need to express in a way you know best. For writers, the prose and poetry then is just ejaculation.Making sense…See More
Feb 8
Sushrut Munje posted a discussion

What The Imitation Game taught me about starting up.

Possibly, one of the most enthralling and positively audacious movies I have seen in recent times. A bias might exist due to my fondness for war tales. The Imitation Game also leaves you with a slight melancholy considering how early the life of Alan Turing ended, and how sad (from our mortal perceptions), the lives of some geniuses have been. It doesn't fail to inspire, of course, for it is a tale of great persistence and victory.…See More
Feb 5
Nistha Tripathi replied to Sushrut Munje's discussion Meet Kashyap Swaroop, the film maker.
"Hey Kashyap, this is great. Can you help me make a promo video for my book? I wrote a little bout it here - http://therodinhoods.com/forum/topics/cracking-mainstream-media-for-a-book Can offer more details if you find it interesting!"
Jan 28

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Currently leading Hammer and Mop, while specializing in marketing, service and operations. I'm a published poet and a writer with regular blogs on Medium, Frankaffe, StartupCentral and Under30CEO. Startups excite me, have been a part of speaker panels and I sit on Unltd India's selection board once in a while. Offering brand & content consultation through Frankaffe and contributing as a business writer at TheRodinhoods.

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