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    10 Things All Great Public Speakers Have In Common

    February 18, 2014
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    When was the last time you gave a talk to a crowd of more than 5 people and felt great about it? No, your toast at your cousin’s wedding doesn’t count! Your palms go sweaty and your knees go weak just at the idea of speaking in front of a crowd-full of auditorium. There isn’t anything dreadful in this world than fear of public speaking, right? I myself, being a typical introvert, have been an ...

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    Top 15 Motivational Movies Every Entrepreneur MUST watch

    July 16, 2013
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    Like industrial revolution, this is the era of Entrepreneurship revolution.  It can get a lot tougher than you might have expected in the world of entrepreneurship and business. There might be many rough patches along the way and you may feel to just quit it and ‘Give Up’. But I believe that perseverance does pay off in the long run. All you need is a change in your perspective of how you accept and believe ...

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    How I Spent my Professional Blogging Break

    June 3, 2013
    The Captainship

    ShoutMeLoud was started in 2008 end, and it’s been almost 4 and half years that I have blogging. Over this period of 4 and half-year, I created many other blogs to add new challenges into my life and I was 22 when I chose to become a professional blogger. I’m going to be 27 this year, and for the first time in last 4 and half year I took a much-needed long-break. I have taken ...

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    How to Prepare YourSelf for First Stage Presentation

    May 10, 2013
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    Stage presentation is always fun, as you will be showcasing your talent in-front of audience who wants to listen to you. But, when you are giving your first stage presentation in front of many people, it’s scary and sometime it goes completely wrong. It’s very important to be mentally prepare for your presentation, to ensure you end up giving a great presentation. It doesn’t matter if you are giving your presentation in college, in-front of ...

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    ShoutMeLoud in “The Week” National Magazine & My First Presentation on Blogging

    May 7, 2013
    ShoutMeloud on the Week magazine

    I always love to share my joy with ShoutMeLoud audience (Shouter), and this is one of those things, which is a moment of joy for me and for ShoutMeLoud. ShoutMeLoud got a mention in “The week” magazine, and I find it worth sharing it with ShoutMeLoud readers. Last month I got a call from one of the journalist from “The week” and we talked a bit about blogging, entrepreneurship and life of being an internet ...

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    Journey from SoloPreneurship to Entrepreneurship : My Story

    February 22, 2013
    Entrepreneur- Solopreneur

    Those who are aware of my blogging journey, already knew my life story till now, and now I’m working on changing my story from being a Solopreneur to an Entreprenur. This change which I’m making (moving out of my comfort zone), is something which I planned for a long time, but I never was able to take a stand for it. And I do have a legit reason for the same. Being a professional blogger, ...

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    Make your Blog Self Sustainable: The key to Successful business

    February 1, 2013
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    Businesses these days are about volumes. More the number of new entrants in all markets, more volumetric the game becomes. Volumes entice “self manufacturing” which in turn helps to develop a larger market using other business verticals. The question is, should you try to become self sustainable just yet? I often speak with brand owners, marketers, suppliers about sales & sales margins, marketing & marketing ROI, brand positioning & branding. The effectiveness of the conversation ...

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    12 Lessons Steve Jobs Taught Guy Kawasaki

    September 2, 2012
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    Guy Kawasaki and Steve jobs are one of those name which doesn’t need any introduction. Here is an inspirational and motivational video, where Guy Kuwasaki shared 12 tips which he learned from Steve jobs, and you can apply them into your entrepreneurship or solopreneurshop journey. Take away : Don’t take advice from Experts and follow your instincts (Experts are clueless) Design matters the most. Help customers, they don’t know what they need. Use Big fonts for presentations ...

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