advertisement advertisement advertisement On last season’s Shark Tank , the judges heard pitches from two impressive entrepreneurs who struggled to articulate the key attributes that differentiated their product. They could not explain how their offering stood out from those of their competitors. It struck me that that they may have skipped a critical step along an entrepreneur’s journey: the part where we become our own worst critics. advertisement advertisement An entrepreneur’s journey unfolds in three distinct, dependent, and yet entirely separate phases. While it’s important to start by dreaming without restraint, boundless brainstorms need to be followed by ruthless scrutiny. If and only if our idea stands up against comprehensive critique, are we able to go forth as the committed crusader and pursue launching our idea into the world. It’s very important that each phase be embraced fully and that once you move on from one, … [Read more...] about Kind Snacks founder explains his “3 Cs of Entrepreneurship”
Moments when time stood still
Rakhi Sawant and Arshi Khan have been in the news since a long time. The duo had graced Rajeev Khandelwal's Juzz Baatt . However, something happened later, because of which the duo turned foes. Rakhi had called her 'bakwas' before entering the Bigg Boss 14 house. It has to be recalled that both Arshi and Rakhi had entered Bigg Boss 14 as challengers. It is being said that they have stopped talking to each other! As per Spotboye report, Rakhi, who had recently organised a party, had invited all her friends from Bigg Boss 14 house, but Arshi was not in the list! Apparently, the duo has also unfollowed each other on social media. It has to be recalled that the duo's silly fights in the house entertained the audiences. However, they also stood by each other during their low moments, which was also loved by fans. The reason for their differences is not known yet. While Rakhi rubbished the report of any differences, Arshi refused to comment on the … [Read more...] about Arshi Khan Was Not On Rakhi Sawant’s Party Guestlist? Actresses Not On Talking Terms?
LONDON: Manchester City fired the first shot in their battle for supremacy with rivals Liverpool on Sunday (Aug 4) as they snatched the Community Shield with a 5-4 penalty shoot-out win after a 1-1 draw at Wembley. Raheem Sterling gave City a first half lead before Joel Matip grabbed a late equaliser for Liverpool in the annual curtain-raiser to the English top-flight season. In the shoot-out, City keeper Claudio Bravo saved from Georginio Wijnaldum, with Gabriel Jesus driving in the winning kick after successful efforts from Ilkay Gundogan, Bernardo Silva, Phil Foden and Oleksandr Zinchenko. The jubilant celebrations from City's players and fans showed inflicting an early psychological blow on Liverpool was a moment to savour, regardless of the supposed warm-up status of the glamour friendly. "An incredible final from both sides. We had real good moments, but in the last 15 minutes we were exhausted and they had chances to win the game," Guardiola said. "It was a … [Read more...] about Football: City draw first blood against Liverpool with Community Shield win
On April 23, 2018, shortly after 1 p.m., it began here, on the southwest corner of Yonge and Finch, when a white van coming through the intersection mounted the curb and began running down pedestrians. One week later, more or less to the minute, there are a few bouquets of flowers on the curb near a hydro pole, near chalk marks proclaiming “Love to all,” and there is a white van coming through the intersection. But now is not then. The van proceeds along the road normally, amid the other three full lanes of southbound traffic, while dozens of pedestrians flood into the crossing. People in suits, striding purposefully; joggers bouncing and huffing; an older woman with a cane. Black and white and Persian and Korean they come, not to mark the occasion of death, but to get where they are going — to pick up bulgogi from a nearby street cart, or fill a prescription at the Shoppers Drug Mart, or to make it to an appointment with the dentist whose office sits under the image of a broad … [Read more...] about As life returns to Yonge St., the stories of the victims remain
SINGAPORE: Their arms were raised and entwined, their faces full of smiles. It was an iconic moment, as leaders of the Pakatan Harapan (PH) coalition stood alongside one another to mark an end to Malaysia’s 61-year rule under Barisan Nasional (BN) on May 10, 2018. At the centre of this group was Dr Mahathir Mohamad, a veteran politician whose popularity and leadership was key to the coalition’s victory. The victory was built on promises of Malaysia baru, or new Malaysia, with lower cost of living, multiracial diversity and zero tolerance for corruption. One year on, while PH has some encouraging results to show in terms of combatting corruption and reducing national debt, the government has been hamstrung by the sluggish economy and racial politics. Former prime minister Najib Razak, leveraging his strong social media presence, has also played up the discontent on the ground. For now, it appears that the euphoria has died down and the honeymoon period for the new … [Read more...] about Progress in Pakatan Harapan’s ‘new Malaysia’ plagued by same old issues