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Nik@16

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I started my first venture while still in high school. We started off thinking that we will work in marketing regular food services to college grads who had a very bad alternative to food in colleges but if we were marketing we had no control over quality as a result we thought of doing everything ourselves and overexpanded ourselves.
Without getting anywhere we had to close and that's how I graduated from school , after action faking for an year.
I am wiser and more pessimistic than I was earlier and hope to learn something from all of you people here. I plan to study accounting in school and also manage to learn to code. I think this industry is going to go through a much transition in coming time and I hope to be a positive part of this transition which may involve teaching , automation and cheaper e-companies for people who work global and want to save taxes.
Thanks MJ for your book and wisdom.
 
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The Abundant Man

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Good luck.

"Why do we fall Bruce? So we can learn to pick ourselves backup?"-Batman Begins
 

Ashish Kulkarni

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You only fail if you haven't learnt anything from your failure. In reality, it is a lesson.

You are young. You can pick yourself up my friend. Dust off. And on you go to the next venture wiser.
 
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