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Takeaways From the Sharks of Shark Tank India

Are you an entrepreneur in the making? A devotee of all things business? Or just a curious mind glued to the screen every time a Shark Tank India episode airs? Whatever the inclination, we understand that you can’t get enough of all the wisdom from entrepreneurs and the Shark Tank India judges. On cue, here is some Shark-led inspiration coming your way to fuel that business dream or that motivation-hungry brain.

Amit Jain

“Pehle Banda Fir Dhanda”

In other words, every entrepreneur is first a person with a character, skills, and mindset and then a business with a brand/company. Also his mantra when choosing the right business to invest in, Amit Jain strongly emphasizes that before your business’s strengths, values, and visions, you need to work on your skill sets, growth mindset, and entrepreneurial strengths. First you, then your business.

Piyush Bansal

“As a budding entrepreneur, one should focus on value creation more than anything else.”

According to Piyush Bansal, as a newbie entrepreneur, your main focus should be on creating value. Forget about just chasing money; think about how you can make people's lives better with your business. Whether it's solving a problem or making something easier for your customers, that's where the real magic happens. Where there’s value, a vision is naturally born and eventually, the money magic flows in.

Vineeta Singh

“At the end of the day, your job is to create profit for the company, which is all numbers, and if you don't have a good understanding, it could be hard”

Vineeta Singh says math matters in a business. It’s all about the numbers. At the end of the day, your job is to make sure your business is making money. And if you're clueless about the financial side of things, you're in trouble. So, get cozy with those spreadsheets and learn the ins and outs of your company's finances because that's what will keep the lights on.

Aman Gupta

“Believing in yourself and your idea is paramount to building a successful business.”

Aman Gupta's net worth is proof that his advice works. Believe in yourself and your ideas, plain and simple. If you don't have confidence in what you're doing, nobody else will either. It's all about trusting your gut, having faith in your abilities, and not letting doubts hold you back. After all, it's that self-belief that'll keep you going when the going gets tough.

Namita Thapar

“Yeh meri expertise nahi hain, I am out.”

Namita Thapar’s signature Shark Tank dialogue turned into a social media meme is a lesson in disguise. You cannot be a master of none and a jack of all trades. The only approach that sustains is focusing on building your expertise and honing it instead of conquering ten other sectors. In other words, being a successful champion of your industry doesn't mean you have to be one of other sectors too.

So, which Shark do you resonate with? Comment below!

Meanwhile, don’t forget to catch Wyld on the same boat as the sharks in the Shark Tank India Season 3 if you haven’t already.

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