Wednesday Wisdom: 4 Lessons to Learn from Divyank & Bhavin Turakhia, the Self-Made Billionaires India is Proud of

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Every day, India’s startup scope is growing and touching new heights. Turakhia brothers provide a perfect testimony to what entrepreneurs can achieve at a young age if they believe in their creation. Here are 4 things you can learn from these 2 self-made billionaires:

Let Go, When Necessary

Follow your passion, build a business and sell it while it is still successful. Bansals did it, so did the Turakhias. After a successful run, Turakhia brothers sold their adtech business called Media.net for $900 million. That is what you call an achievement.

Value Creation

It is not the valuation a company possesses for investors but the value of creation an entrepreneur harbour for his product that changes the game. Bhavin believes so, what about you?

Journey Matters

Divyank is a serious advocate of counting the experience over money. You need to figure out how you enjoy the process of what you do on a daily basis, is what he says. 

Time is the Key 

Good things take time to build. Don’t throw any the hard word by diluting your stake unnecessarily. Turakhias have time and again stressed on the importance of bootstrapping a business unless it is absolutely essential to seek investment.

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