This isn’t the first time we’re discussing entrepreneurial journey and how it’s lonely, and filled with failures and self doubt. But unlike the do’s and don’ts in entrepreneurship dished out by experts and mentors who have absolutely no experience in building anything.
When a veteran entrepreneur such as Harsh Mariwala openly shares his biggest entrepreneurial failures and how he handles critique, the insights are far more valuable.
“I can talk about my failures all this podcast,” he says.
As for wealth, Mariwala calls himself a caretaker of all he’s earned in his career. “The first 25 years are about learning, the next 25 is when you earn. And the next 25 about sharing that wealth.”
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