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The past and current state of education in India

Half of India’s 1 billion population (~500 million) are in the 5 to 24 age bracket, and over 27% of the population is under the age of 14. No country has more young people. However, India's education system had not been able to keep up, until now.

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Is the future of work remote? I don't buy it.

Remote work is on the rise. Once an obscure topic, this paradigm has now entered the mainstream. And it’s creating a growing divide in the way we get things done. On one side, we have staunch supporters who seem to be poetic about the benefits remote work offers. And...

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Some things never get easier

Practice makes perfect, right?Most things in life get easier with experience. Take lifting weights or running, for example. With a little dedication and practice, anyone can become better at these activities. But some things in life aren’t meant to be easy.

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Junior hires are not worth it

One night, I was having dinner with one of my investors. And he said something that has stuck with me since: Founders should fire themselves from as many jobs as possible. At the time, I couldn’t have agreed more. After all, as a founder, your job isn’t to be Superman. You can’t do everything on your own.

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What I wish I knew about fundraising as a first-time founder

Now that I’ve finished raising the first funding round for my company TruStory, I’m looking back and thinking about all the things I wish I’d known going in… things I had to learn the hard way — and there’s a lot. In this post, I’m going to share some of the most valuable things I’ve learned along the way.

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