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Few links you should checkout…

January 28, 2009 2 comments

This link below shows why the world is still acting deaf to the alarm of the Global Warming…

http://thegreenautoblog.com/2009/01/28/economic-times-hurting-eco-rd

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This link is for those who loves photography and have a knack for it…this might help those who are looking forward to do great in photojournalism….

http://photojournalismlinks.com/2009/01/28/updates/

Is our media doing an appreciable job by covering live incidents….read more in the link below…

http://bollyspace.wordpress.com/2009/01/28/news-media-and-

regulations-in-an-age-of-social-media/#comment-409

Vision 2020 is the next goal of all Indians to take India to the level never thought by any country….now is the time to bring change once for all…read more about this in the link below….

http://teameverest.wordpress.com/2009/01/27/action-2020-

what-is-your-action-now/#comment-17

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Risky Business

November 29, 2008 Leave a comment

Is entrepreneurship always about money? This question is for those who are starters and wants to become entrepreneurs. Sometimes building one dream requires annihilation of the other. You cannot always associate entrepreneurship with big fortunes. It might happen that you end up losing a lot of your savings without earning even a penny but this shouldn’t be the end of your struggle to achieve what you aspired for. The road of entrepreneurship is not bed of roses but consists of thorns and stumbling blocks. All you have to do is to evade them and emerge stronger and invincible. Well my lecture does seems inspiring but a little example would definitely substantiate what i have just said.

Open the link below and see for yourself:

http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/News/International_Business/French_entrepreneur_offers_motorists_chance_to_drive_green/articleshow/3227904.cms

Entrepreneurship quote of the day:

The entrepreneur is not really interested in doing the work; he is interested in creating the way the company operates. In that regard, the entrepreneur is an inventor. He or she loves to invent, but does not love to manufacture or sell or distribute what he or she invents.

Michael Gerber