1. Manager Vs Entrepreneur: ‘if you are in a job, you are a manager. If you are an entrepreneur, you will figure it out’

2. Find a Problem: ‘as an entrepreneur, you should find a problem you are passionate about. It’s not solving a problem. It’s finding a problem’.

3. Purpose Vs Financial returns: “You have to solve a problem that actually does good in some way. That has to be the main objective of the business, and financial returns are actually the byproduct of that. If you only focus on financials returns, chances are that you would not become great,”

4. Failure Vs Lessons: “Failures are normal. They are just steps before you succeed. Learn from them but never give up.”

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