A calculated risk

A calculated risk is a carefully considered decision that exposes a person to a degree of personal and financial risk that is counterbalanced by a reasonable possibility of benefit. Assessing whether or not a risk is worth it involves careful cost-benefit analysis. I have been asking why I am not taking some risk on building our… Continue reading A calculated risk

Business Models

What are the different business models a technology company can have? Here is my pick Freemium business model: A mix of free and paid services, the freemium model is mostly used by tech companies in the Software as a Service (SaaS) or apps business model. To grow business and acquire customers, companies offer free (lite) versions to… Continue reading Business Models

Changing World Order

The past two years will be remembered in history as the most challenging years for the entire world. Our generation has never heard and seen anything like this before. We all have shared the same experience, fear and challenges. We have heard stories that gave us chills. I don’t even have to tell what I… Continue reading Changing World Order

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Cheat Day

There is a big stigma around missing your practice a day. You think you have lost the plot when you miss a day. It could be any of the following Writing your daily post in your blog Solving wordle Going for a walk Meditation Making a Sales call Working on your business Planing for the… Continue reading Cheat Day

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Asking Clients

There is a whole fear, ambiguity, red tape, doubts and formality. The service provider and a client have a working relationship that is built on service agreements and contracts. The promise that is agreed upon depends on what is written in the document. The clients will only benefits when they get maximum value with the… Continue reading Asking Clients

Conflicts

Why I think culture helps you to resolve conflicts within the team. One of the most common conflicts is expectation mismanagement at work. It’s often referred to as quality of work. The definition of quality when not defined properly could be directly proportional to the mood of the boss at 5 PM on Tuesday. The… Continue reading Conflicts

Listen Up!

Listening to understand is one of the lost skills in the world of business. The world is bombarded with so much information that we are constantly thinking about what to speak next. The art of listening has completely or almost living the face of the earth. That’s what my observation is while working with the… Continue reading Listen Up!

Burn Rate

The burn rate is typically used to describe the rate at which a new company is spending its venture capital to finance overhead before generating positive cash flow from operations. It is a measure of negative cash flow. The burn rate is usually quoted in terms of cash spent per month. It is mostly used in… Continue reading Burn Rate

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The Challenge

It’s not only important to see the big picture but also to lay out the detailed plan of action that will help you and your team to achieve the vision. Most of the US either focuses on the big picture or the details. What we need to do is draw the line between them even… Continue reading The Challenge