How solving a simple problem can take your startup a long way

When I was in college, I’d want to build a new type of computer that would (in my dreams) change the world and bring me Steve Jobs’ fame. I only had a vague idea what that computer will be like, if any. The next year I wanted to invent a DNA based CPU, although I Continue Reading…

 

10 crazy entrepreneurship lessons I learnt from failing at 2 startups

Back in 2005 when I was studying in undergrad college I started a consulting company as a 19 yo kid. It wasn’t a startup in its true spirit, yet it failed because I hardly understood business dealings. After a few months’ break I thought blogging and content marketing was going to be my way of Continue Reading…