I'm a tech enthusiast and an entrepreneur, who has been involved in 2 startups that were failed with an immense amount of learning and unveiled some harsh secrets of entrepreneurship on how important a founder mindset is to start something and solve a problem. In my 10-year career, I have solved many B2B problems with cutting technology executions in the organizations and projects I have been part of.
Being a first-time founder is not just a daunting experience but a very lonely journey. We tend to hide, work tiresomely, fear of failing, scared, to tell the truth, and many more. With all the learnings I have bagged in my 2 failed startups, I decided to reach out and speak to founders who are embarking on their journies for the first time and started to offer to mentor and coaching to be a strong and smart founder.
I have spoken at startup organizations and events to reach out to the public and be open about failing and succeeding. Do you or your organization need help in empowering innovators or founders?