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7 Solopreneur Lessons From a Wife and Homemaker

When you working a full-time job or when you are working for a boss, your time is managed by that boss. But when you are a Solopreneur or an Entrepreneur, you are that boss. But like they say, with great


5 Reasons Why Radio Listeners Must Listen to Podcasts in India!

Podcasts have been around for over 15 years. Popularized by Apple, Podcasting is a thriving industry in the United States, United Kingdom and Europe. That said, podcasts in India have not been anywhere


Introducing The Million Project

Have you ever had this secret wish? A dream of sorts, to do something you really love. Perhaps it’s something you always wanted to do. But then, life got in the way and you took another path. You’ve


The Plan to Starting a Podcast that Works

Often times, we want to start a podcast, and yet there are a hundred other questions that stop us from doing it. In this article I share 7 steps to starting a podcast from scratch. In my last post, I talked


Why Do A Podcast Relaunch After 250,000 Downloads?

Podcast relaunch? It’s not an easy one. But in this post I want to focus on the Why as opposed to the how. We’ll keep the how for a later post. And yes, I’m talking about The Design Your


42 Psychology Tactics to Boost Your Online Business

Do you live in a cave? Unless you are literally in a cave or have been hiking in the Himalayas, you’ve probably noticed that almost every product or service today is going online. Businesses are


32 Must Dos in First 90 Days of a New Job – Product, Marketing or Design

No matter what job you are in, the first 90 days are super critical (and not many realize this). Some people call this the honeymoon period, but I choose to call this the hustle-moon period. In this article,


Getting Why, or Getting to Why?

Is it about Getting Why, or Getting to Why. I like to think of myself as a success hacker. Whether or not it’s wishful thinking, the core belief in calling myself that way is that one could hack