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In his book Good to Great, Jim Collins spoke about 2 kinds of people in the Vietnam war.
1. Guess and set internal… https://t.co/yalx8h7Wav
@kapoorkkunal has a schedule for the day to help keep anxiety at bay. small milestones are important. meditating, e… https://t.co/kfkdjssmhr
When we experience grief, we're used to pinning it toward something specific. Currently its grief, rage, anger and… https://t.co/xZtb0f0ZQ7
We also spoke about the beneficial policy changes and the many opportunities in India to find cost effective ways t… https://t.co/qqeFNRKPub
Expressing your feelings and identifying the difference between 'bleh' and something that's clinically diagnosable… https://t.co/eV56itEgq3
one way to do that is talk about positive outcomes rather than ailments. @kapoorkkunal's dear zindagi highlighted t… https://t.co/eleqlyxuwo
It starts with the conversation and language used to describe mental health as not being derogatory. Society tends… https://t.co/l5CRHcaLiL
Translate mental health in Hindi - what do you come up with? पागल ? तन्हाई or loneliness, उदासी or depression? But… https://t.co/mDUdnY7iWi
key takeaways from our session yesterday. we spoke with @nehakirpal1 and @DrAmitMalik co-founders of mental health… https://t.co/hpqbrvfzld
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‘Pay Later’ is a product that will always be needed as it allows for instant gratification purchases and reduces guilt by not having to pay for everything today. The faster, frictionless and credit payment method gives the consumer a sense of trust in the platform to transact.
We have always been bullish and very confident on the Kirana story playing out in India. As the second wave of startups bring with it a new wave of digitization, we’re keeping our eyes and ears close to the ground, while trying to find answers to differentiation, retention, and monetisation. Here's a deep dive into the topic, If you’re a founder building something fascinating here, write to us!
As we look to understand the opportunities in the job market, for this discussion we have broken down the labor force into three buckets – White Collar, Grey Collar and Blue Collar. It is estimated that close to 300 million workers (excluding agricultural workers) are in the Blue and Grey collar jobs in India and around 15-20% (50MM) of the workforce in white collar jobs.