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Meet Shabnam Aggarwal – This Author & Entrepreneur Gives Us 3 Valuable Tips On Running A Business

Posted: April 16, 2020

Running a business at these #pandemic times could be daunting. Author & Entrepreneur Shabnam Aggarwal, gives us 3 valuable tips for entrepreneurs. Watch the full video and leave us your comments.

Shabnam Aggarwal always dreamt of success. Raised in an immigrant Indian family in the start-up hub of Silicon Valley, she believed that every entrepreneur could be successful. So she left her cushy job at Merrill Lynch to take a risk, find her passion, and make a change in the world. She moved to India to start a company.

In Freedom to Fail, Shabnam tells the story of her brush with success : raising her first round of venture capital; hiring a hardworking team of millennials; growing her start-up to multiple cities…and then finding it all come to a bitter end. Shabnam gives us a peek into the world of start-ups in India. Her personal journey gives us an insight into dealing with failure, warning us of the challenges of starting a business, and helping us learn from her experience. Weaving each chapter into a powerful lesson in overcoming expectations, fear and self-doubt, she shows us why failure is important, even imperative, in order to ultimately succeed. And the best lesson she learnt: You haven’t failed until you stop trying.

Find more about her book here https://bit.ly/ShabnamAggarwalSRHCI

Shabnam Aggarwal is an entrepreneur, advisor to social enterprise change-makers and author. The founder of varied high-impact startups, she is best known for her work advancing the education technology revolution in India. Her contributions have been featured in The Times of India, The Economic Times, The Guardian, The Hindu, Huffington Post. #shabnamaggarwal #entrepreneur #business

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