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Wednesday Wisdom: 4 Lessons to Learn From Softbank's First Venture Partner Kirthiga Reddy

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Global investment giant Softbank has hired former Facebook executive Kirthiga Reddy as a venture partner for its $100-billion Vision Fund. Here are 4 lessons you can learn from this power woman:

1. Go-getter

Reddy is the first woman to join Softbank and was the first employee at Facebook India in 2010. Her confident personality that is unafraid of treading unchartered territories is inspirational.

2. Set Vision

Having the eye for upward-looking business opportunities is an art that takes you places in the leadership ladder. Reddy’s move has proved her vision is set to soar high.

3. Gain Experience

Nothing comes easy. Reddy’s extraordinary journey from a mere computer engineer to Softbank’s first Venture Partner is testimony that a rich experience counts.

4. Choose Wisely

Making the right choice at the right time decides how high the person would soar in his/her career. Reddy’s choice of transitioning from Facebook to Softbank showcases her will to grow.

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