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Sushrut Munje's Discussions

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.

What a Broken Shoelace taught me about Starting Up
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We don't expect things to happen at the worst possible moment, we expect them to happen (in spite of numerous tough lessons) when we want them to…Continue

Tags: priorities, leadership, entrepreneurship, responsibilities, startup

Started this discussion. Last reply by Sushrut Munje Jan 19.

Lessons After Moving Out
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It is quite a lonely thing to start up, only if you count out the innumerable friends,…Continue

Tags: leadership, startup

Started this discussion. Last reply by Abey John Dec 28, 2014.

Startup Tantrums
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Starting up is a lesson in patience. You are a parent to an idea and its execution. People associated with…Continue

Tags: entrepreneurship, tantrums, founder, startup

Started this discussion. Last reply by Abey John Dec 28, 2014.

 

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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!"
Tuesday
asha chaudhry replied to Sushrut Munje's discussion Breaking Out and Making Big - A Review
"hey sushrut that's wonderful! pls get him to share a testimonial with us??"
Monday
Sushrut Munje replied to Sushrut Munje's discussion Breaking Out and Making Big - A Review
"Thanks, Rudra, not sure how I missed replying to this :) And it's wonderful how this book is already inspiring so many people around me. An experienced techie turned entrepreneur (app studio, first product is in telecom space) I've known…"
Sunday
Sushrut Munje replied to Raj Waghray's discussion How do I take my book to a wider audience?
"Congrats, Raj :) This is fascinating. Would love to review, please. My address- Bombay Connect, 4th Floor, 26 St John Baptist Road, Near Mount Mary Steps, Bandra West, Mumbai 400050 Thanks!"
Sunday
Sushrut Munje replied to Nistha Tripathi's discussion Cracking mainstream media for a book
"Congratulations, Nisha. I'll agree with Rudrajeet, and he'd have the best tips for you. Would just ask you to stay positive despite discouraging experiences and do avoid using terms like 'useless' for celebrities :) They worked…"
Sunday
Sushrut Munje replied to Sushrut Munje's discussion Startup Mini Storms
"hahaha thank you so much, Asha. Writing does help me get it all out of my system, has a calming effect. I'll go get my coffee too ;) Cheers."
Jan 22
asha chaudhry replied to Sushrut Munje's discussion Startup Mini Storms
"after tantrums, we now have mini storms. how apt sushrut! i love your ability to create a series and take every little point that's going on in your startuplife and covert it into a blog the most of us can relate to. right now, i can feel the…"
Jan 22
Sushrut Munje posted a discussion

Startup Mini Storms

"Storms make you wiser," she stated and I nodded in agreement. One advantage of building a company ground up is the opportunity of spotting small problems with a potential to snowball into larger problems with time. It is simply about noticing a pattern, sensing dissatisfaction in the people around you and critically analyzing your methods of troubleshooting. These are the 'mini storms', because once you deal with these, you're more capable…See More
Jan 22
Sushrut Munje replied to Sushrut Munje's discussion What a Broken Shoelace taught me about Starting Up
"Cheers matey."
Jan 19
Karan Ahuja replied to Sushrut Munje's discussion What a Broken Shoelace taught me about Starting Up
"awesome stuff. thanks a ton."
Jan 19
Sushrut Munje posted a discussion

What a Broken Shoelace taught me about Starting Up

We don't expect things to happen at the worst possible moment, we expect them to happen (in spite of numerous tough lessons) when we want them to happen. And that's where the mind games begin. We convince ourselves that the best time to solve the small nagging issues is yet to come and that it's better to focus on the bigger things that seemingly matter most. We keep trudging along in the same shoes wanting the shoelaces to stay put for as…See More
Jan 19
Sushrut Munje replied to Hardik Shah's discussion Kahaani Khatam hai Ya Shuruwaat hone ko hai
"Yay we cleaned their office :D Super post, Hardik. Keep kicking ass."
Jan 15
Sushrut Munje replied to Aayush Srivastava's discussion Help me decide: Lean Startup Methodology (Eric Reis) v/s Blue Ocean Strategy/Zero to One Strategy (Peter Thiel)
"Hallo, two points- We need to strike a balance between both the strategies, both of them co-exist and apply to different contexts. It is possible to build a lean startup while creating a new market altogether. Consumers are not demanding cure, they…"
Jan 12
Abey John replied to Sushrut Munje's discussion Lessons After Moving Out
":) I like the direction you are moving in or rather the direction life is taking you... :) "
Dec 28, 2014
Abey John replied to Sushrut Munje's discussion Startup Tantrums
":) Woooh... that's soooo frickin spot on for me - Seek out tantrums, look within and heal them.   The rest of it is also spot on.  I call them dramas but tantrums has a meaner ring to it, which I like."
Dec 28, 2014
Sushrut Munje replied to Sushrut Munje's discussion Startup Tantrums
"Thanks matey, keep them coming ;)"
Dec 26, 2014

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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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