CategoryStartup Life

Why Freelancing and Startup Don’t Mix


For most people, the alluring call of the freelance world can be quite seductive. The opportunity to be your own boss, to dictate your hours and the types of projects you undertake, seems quite promising. On the flip side, the startup environment is fast-paced, exhilarating, and constantly evolving. Both worlds are appealing and rewarding in their rights. And so, a thought crept into my mind –...

Embracing the Chai Break: Tackling Startup Burnout


In the bustling heart of Mumbai, where morning chai stalls are replaced by the buzzing offices of “ChakraPay”, a fintech startup aimed at revolutionizing the digital payment system, the pace is more bullet train or rather Vande Bharat Express than leisurely rickshaw rides. Here, a quarter can feel like a lifetime, with numbers changing faster than the weather in Shimla. If you relate...

Tackling Startup Madness: How to Survive and Laugh at the Chaos


Jumping into a startup is like skydiving without a parachute while juggling flaming chainsaws – it’s thrilling, terrifying, and downright hilarious. So I wanted to share the way I worked these juggling flaming chainsaws. Ready? Organized Chaos Ever played Jenga in an earthquake? Welcome to the disorganization of startups! If you can laugh at the madness, you’re halfway there. What did...

My Journey to a Fintech Startup in India: The Allure of a Transformative Landscape


The Indian fintech landscape has undergone a paradigm shift in recent years, attracting professionals and entrepreneurs from diverse sectors. My decision to join a fintech startup in India stemmed from the exceptional growth potential, unique challenges, and the opportunity to impact millions of lives positively. This blog post details my journey and outlines the key factors that lured me into...

Why I joined a startup?


As a young professional passionate about innovation and entrepreneurship, I had many career options. I could have pursued a career in a well-established company or gone to work for a multinational corporation. But instead, I chose to join a startup in India. Why did I make this decision? Here are a few reasons: Impactful Work Working for a startup allows me to work on something that truly matters...

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