Hope you all are staying safe! I’m also trying hard keeping myself sane.
Last few days I have been receiving questions on how to close an email communication. While I have been providing the needful resources, I thought wouldn’t it be better if I curate all the liners ? So here it is — a collection of 10 easy one liners to help you close your communication.
All the liners are use case specific, so make sure you are mapping your prospect’s ask with the right closing line. I always find these handful resources to have really impactful connects.
I’m back! After a long-long time. Thank you so much for sending your love and admiration for my past articles. I have been receiving all your comments, emails, LinkedIn messages and trust me that has kept me alive for the last 366 days.
The last proper article that I had written was on Apr 30, 2019.
After that I went into the shell..not sure if I can call it as the writer’s block. But somehow I had not been able to draft out the words. …
I believe, if I can do, anyone can do. Here I’ll not be sharing with you any skill. I’ll walk you through a strategy that has a powerful impact of turned into a habit.
When I had started on Medium, I had roughly 40 followers and all those followers were pulled out through my Twitter profile.
I was not even serious at that time. I was here because I fell in love with the clean user experience of Medium. I kept coming back here for quite some time and then fell in love with the writers over here. …
How do you ensure that your product meets the standard quality specifications? I’m sure you must have a standard set of questions to keep your team on their toes. In addition to your repository, I’m listing down the 20 most important questions!
When I was a part of the core team at LetsVenture, when we were a team of 6 people and were starting initially, we had several questions to answer! Not for others, but for ourselves. I was a newbie at that time, working with experienced founders and solving one of the biggest problems for investors to fund the…
Recently I’ve been focusing on a product manager’s role in the team. About 80% of organizations don’t have a clear matrix to define what a product manager does in a team.
In startups, engineers are expected to ship the product, without them the product development will not take place. Marketers are expected to create awareness about the product and sales people are expected to sell the product.
So where do the product manager’s fit in exactly?
Is this role a dependable one?
A lot many such questions have been answered by experts from different companies.
Since I had bookmarked all…
First 90 days is always pivotal for any business. You would have experienced it probably, or your next client might say it to you, or your boss would have told you, or you might be asked in your next job interview.
But why am I saying this? I’ve been into digital marketing for last 4+ years, have been a one-man army for multiple startups, and have worked as a social media manager, email marketer, event marketer, SEM specialist, SEO specialist, content writer, content marketer, product manager, and as an entrepreneur. …
I have never been so intrigued before in measuring time but after using this awesome productivity app, I have started making more time.
Disclaimer : I am a digital nomad and I work as a freelancer/ consultant for multiple startups. As such, my work style demands discipline and self motivated focus. When I started the freelancing journey, it was not easy. It was tough, which meant, it was not structured. I was trained to follow a typical 9–6 pm timeline, to solve a single use case, added with 4 hours of commute time. But since the day, I have embarked…
Whatever the “maybe” you are, I want to ask you -
When do you close off your routine work?
When do you just shut down everything and relax for yourself?
When do you stop receiving and responding to emails/ phone calls?
When do you stop your home…
How often do you wish to have something very badly? Every now and then, you come up with new goals, new dreams, new wishlists but exactly how many of those you get to achieve?
Most of the time, none!
Reason? Pretty simple.
Yes, you read it right. If you’re not getting what you want, it’s not your priority. If you’re not reaching where you wish to be, it’s not your priority.
It’s very simple yet very difficult. You wish something and you know how to achieve but something or the other thing comes in between and you’re invested again.
I’ve worked in-house for a couple of startups before. I’ve worked in a 5 member core team, a 9 member marketing team, and now building my digital nomad team.
The work pattern differs strikingly.
When I was working full-time for others, I had the monthly paycheck. I didn’t have to worry about the monthly bills, the savings, and the investments. Even though money was not the concern, I was always hungry for different use cases to amplify through my marketing.
From last 8 months, I’m working independently. After running an e-commerce startup for a year, I could see people were…