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Growth @thepaperide . Let's Upgrade the way we Learn
Jan 20, 2021 15 tweets 12 min read
@amerix @FitFounder 1/16 I tried deep-diving into some of the learnings from @JamesClear . In such simple words Atomic Habits gives such a great framework as to how to go about in life.

Sharing some of those learnings for common benefits.

A Thread @amerix @FitFounder @JamesClear 2/16 Whatever habits are normal in your culture are among the most attractive behaviors you will find.
Jan 20, 2021 8 tweets 3 min read
1/ I bet there can't be a better Podcast to draw biggest lessons from Jeff Bezos than this one.

No matter what you do professionally, this is extremely beneficial to listen to

Link to Podcast : rb.gy/dwrrro 2/ Understand his Razor Blade Strategy to Identifying business Opportunities

If you sell a Razor cheap, you can earn more by selling Blades

That's the reason Amazon can afford giving Loans at rates cheaper than Banks
Jan 20, 2021 4 tweets 2 min read
There were Platforms with Short Video Format even before TikTok came around.

Its important to learn right lessons from TikTok's success

I created bookmarks using @thepaperide 's Podcast Platform

Link to Podcast : rb.gy/yesx6w After listening to this podcast you will be able to answer following questions :

1. How Video Classification & Recommendation Engine played a role in TikTok's success

2. How was TikTok's Growth Engine different

3. How did TikTok go from being a Cringe App to Cool App
Sep 29, 2020 17 tweets 4 min read
Nothing's better if you are passionate about something. But there is nothing to worry at all if you are yet to find out what you are passionate about.

A Thread on "Finding Flow in Everything you Do" from Ikigai 2/ 17
Enjoying whatever you do in life is not a factor of finding that special something alone but its a way of life where you celebrate whatever you do.
Sep 21, 2020 12 tweets 2 min read
(1/11) You may think that you are great at delegating things.

You could also think that your subordinates don't inspire confidence in you.

But believe me Tim's clarity on Delegation makes using it a no brainer.

A Thread: (2/11) Why Delegate?

Your Goal should be to free your time to focus on bigger and better things. If you are spending your time on chores and errands that could be spent better elsewhere, only you are responsible for sorting it out.
Sep 16, 2020 17 tweets 4 min read
Don't you browse News channels & social media many times a day?

While the positive effects of this data explosion deserve celebration, let me show you the dark side as well so that you plan your diet accordingly

A Thread on The Low Information Diet by @tferriss The Problem :
Excess Data

Times have changed, there is excess of data everywhere. Data is being overly monetised. Authors and other content creators are generating lot of revenue, hence information available for consumption is increasing multifold everyday.
Sep 14, 2020 6 tweets 1 min read
From Ayuveda to Jeans!!


I still remember waking up in my grandmother’s home to the voice of Baba Ramdev addressing thousands of people on a TV channel. He would tell them how to do breathing exercises and complementary tips to stay fit. Image Almost 10 years later, I visit my grandmother’s house and find Baba Ramdev’s presence in another form, Patanjali Ayurveda.
Sep 12, 2020 8 tweets 2 min read
Every Goliath was once a David !! Every Unicorn was once a startup !!

Does it not intrigue you how they reached those levels ? Only by reading their stories you can find the inspiration to dare something similar.

A Thread on a few of such Giants of last decade !! Instagram- Its a story of founders who were very clear as to what their offering was to their customers. They never let the user or their investors feel that the platform was lacking in anything. Image
Sep 7, 2020 12 tweets 3 min read
Why is it that some people are such great execution machines ?

Whatever they get into, they make something good out of it, while others who chase goals with equal desire fall short.

A Thread : In first chapter of his iconic book, Atomic Habits, James Clear attributes a great deal of importance to the art of having the right systems in place, for achieving goals.
Aug 30, 2020 15 tweets 3 min read
Lots of organizations are trying to adopt OKR launchpad for their growth. What intrigued me the most is the right organizational culture for the transformational impacts of OKR & CFR methodology to take place. A thread on my learnings from Measure What Matters by John Doerr.

OKRs focus your efforts, foster coordination and enhance workplace satisfaction. They are the vessels of its leader's priorities and insights.
Aug 28, 2020 10 tweets 2 min read
The History Of The Humble Indian Rusk: The Perfect Chai Snack

The Indian ‘rusk’ or ‘khasta’ has an unbreakable relationship with Indians and at tea time has been a staple snack for decades now. There have been also variations to the common rusk that is just a dried bread sometimes coated in butter. Some of them include the cake rusk, that is closer to the Italian biscotti that is a twice baked bread.
Aug 26, 2020 10 tweets 2 min read
@LinkedIn's Growth Hacks :

( a precursor to a Traction thread for tomorrow)

Just loved the way LinkedIn grew in its initial years. While building great products would any day fancy any of us. Could not stop admiring at the way LinkedIn grew itself. Its a story built purely on marketing rather than product itself. Built with 80/20 MPF growth hack. Designed to get first traction ASAP with minimal risk.
Aug 23, 2020 6 tweets 3 min read
This would be my third post regarding feedback loops.

First one I covered was from Atomic Habits relating to role of feedback loop in building habits.
Second one was on using feedback loop for building engagement with a customer.
Aug 22, 2020 14 tweets 3 min read
One quote from @JamesClear that has had biggest impact on my productivity is actually a simple one : "Stop thinking about environment as filled with objects.Start thinking about it as filled with relationships."

And then decide what kind of relationship would you want with objects kept in those areas.
Aug 21, 2020 12 tweets 3 min read
1/ Feedback loops have been used to suggest various tools and frameworks by various authors for varied purposes. But the way @nireyal managed to explain Product Design using Feedback Loop gave me lot of clarity.
#Hooked 2/ Behavioral science behind keeping a person hooked onto a platform is complicated as it needs a fine balance between the emotional need ur platform is capturing nd other customer emotions like anticipation, autonomy, anonymity, boredom, Sense of achievement, etc.
Aug 20, 2020 16 tweets 3 min read
The 80-20 Principle:

A Thread:

@RichardKoch8020 1/8 There are lot of books out there that try to help you in boosting your productivity.
Who does not want to better prioritize and better manage one's time.
Its really important to find the right missions (not tasks) to spend your time on.
Aug 19, 2020 16 tweets 2 min read
1/16 I tried deep-diving into some of the learnings from @JamesClear . In such simple words Atomic Habits gives such a great framework as to how to go about in life.

Sharing some of those learnings for common benefits.

A Thread 2/16 Whatever habits are normal in your culture are among the most attractive behaviors you will find.
Aug 19, 2020 6 tweets 2 min read
Proud moment for @NetMeds.

#Reliance will now take on Amazon which entered the market last week. It has acquired a majority equity stake in online e-pharma company Netmeds (Vitalic Health Pvt Ltd and its subsidiaries) for about Rs 620 crore. The investment represents 60 percent holding in the equity share capital of Vitalic and 100 percent direct equity ownership of its subsidiaries - Tresara Health Private Limited, Netmeds Market Place Limited and Dadha Pharma Distribution Pvt Limited.
Aug 7, 2020 12 tweets 2 min read
#OPJindal - "Where others saw walls , he saw doors"
Om Prakash (O.P) Jindal is the founder of Jindal Group. He was born on August 7, 1930, in Haryana. Drawn by machines at an early age, he assisted automobile repairing shops and volunteered to assist in repairing them. It always fascinated him to understand the working mechanism of machines.
Aug 6, 2020 12 tweets 2 min read
10 Years of #SamsungGalaxy

#Samsung has come a long way since launching its first Galaxy-Series smartphone.

A Thread March 2010: Samsung launched the Galaxy S smartphone with a 4-inch AMOLED touchscreen, Google Android OS.
Aug 1, 2020 5 tweets 1 min read
Learnings like this are my best takeaways on Twitter My biggest takeaway for my 6 month old daughter.