Entrepreneurs or the invisible men of the economy!

March 19, 2006   ·   3 min read

As an economist at heart and by training, I found the following article in The Economist fascinating as … Continue reading “Entrepreneurs or the invisible men of the economy!”

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DineroMail or starting to pull back the curtain

March 16, 2006  ·  2 min read

While summarizing my trip in Argentina in January, I did not mention that I spent 10 days in … Continue reading “DineroMail or starting to pull back the curtain”

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Time Allocation Philosophy

March 8, 2006  ·  2 min read

Life is essentially a large prioritization exercise – how much time you allocate to work, your significant other, … Continue reading “Time Allocation Philosophy”

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Communication Philosophy

March 8, 2006  ·  1 min read

To date, I have not really talked about what I am working on – partly because I was … Continue reading “Communication Philosophy”

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California Calling

February 24, 2006  ·  2 min read

I spent the past two weeks in the Bay Area. I am happy to report that the spirit … Continue reading “California Calling”

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Sometimes it pays to be lucky!

February 13, 2006  ·  2 min read

As you might have read in my post on “The Power of Introspection and Detached Analysis” after I … Continue reading “Sometimes it pays to be lucky!”

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In Praise of Premium Services

February 6, 2006  ·  2 min read

In this Web 2.0 world free services have been all the rage – from social networking to photo … Continue reading “In Praise of Premium Services”

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The Power of Introspection and Detached Analysis

January 31, 2006  ·  16 min read

Every once in a while we are faced with making a decision that will change our life. We … Continue reading “The Power of Introspection and Detached Analysis”

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Entrepreneurship: The Game

January 19, 2006  ·  1 min read

As a champion of entrepreneurship, I can only applaud the charitable Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, headed by Carl … Continue reading “Entrepreneurship: The Game”

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Two more interesting quotes…

January 19, 2006  ·  1 min read

Moderation is a fatal thing. Nothing succeeds like excess. Oscar Wilde The public is wonderfully tolerant. It forgives … Continue reading “Two more interesting quotes…”

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Moments (incorrectly) attributed to Jorge Luis Borges

January 19, 2006  ·  1 min read

While in Argentina, I came across this inspiring poem. Carpe diem! Moments If I could live my life … Continue reading “Moments (incorrectly) attributed to Jorge Luis Borges”

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A Eulogy to Rong Yiren

January 13, 2006  ·  2 min read

While I never knew him, I would much have liked to. Rong Yiren was a true entrepreneur. Rong’s … Continue reading “A Eulogy to Rong Yiren”

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Patagonia

January 13, 2006  ·  2 min read

One cannot but be in awe at the amazing beauty and diversity of Patagonia. From the Perito Moreno … Continue reading “Patagonia”

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Investment Banking Fees

January 6, 2006  ·  2 min read

My post praising the value of investment bankers led to a number of e-mails asking for the parameters … Continue reading “Investment Banking Fees”

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Morocco

January 6, 2006  ·  3 min read

My trip to Morocco was magnificent. There was palpable energy in the air and the attitude of many … Continue reading “Morocco”

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In Praise of Investment Bankers

December 28, 2005  ·  3 min read

Investment bankers have often decried as adding little value and adding complexity to otherwise simple sale processes. I … Continue reading “In Praise of Investment Bankers”

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