The cliche

13:46:00 Sarthak Paul 10 Comments

  


THE CLICHE,"NEVER FALL IN LOVE WITH YOUR PRODUCT".WELL I SAY LOVE YOUR FUCKING PRODUCT AND MAKE OTHERS FALL IN LOVE WITH IT AS WELL

The first time I heard this, I was actually shocked, and to hear it from guys who have been guys of your age, same college, fellow entrepreneurs.I never looked at them with the same level of respect as before.
For a second I thought am I still in the fairytale and is this the harsh truth? the very fucking next second, I was sure, that we at MMM, we are different.
The Indian startup eco-systems have some cliches ( again stolen from the west) and new age entrepreneurs use them to show how realistic they are. But fuck it, show what you truly believe, I love what I have been making and thats the happiest thing in my life till now

I have worked day in day out for "just" 5 years to make something not a lot of people dream of,a car, a car with a difference, slowly and steadily I fell in love with it,  I would end my day with a smile thinking about the car.

Businesses are made not only by money, and ways to fucking EXIT!!( I am so pissed at people talking about exit plans even before the business hits some kind of momentum, pretentious fucks)
 I am in this for 10,20,30,40 years... well forever!

Sometimes I feel, really clueless about the kind of culture the whole ecosystem is promoting, what is the need for a laundry something dot com, what is the need for a online vegetable selling dot com, how can that be someone's passion, how is that even an innovation.how is that changing lives apart from employment.There is no real value being added to anything, anyways fuck it, I have literally stated this in all my blogs

A business without passion is not a fucking business, you loose, always.
You tell me you want to be the best in the world and all you have worked for is 5 or 10 years, are you fucking kidding me??? and that bull crap people say about not falling in love with their creation,how can you not fall in love, how can you not be with it all the time.

Being aware of changing tides is different and showing that you are aware of changing tides is different.
We at MMM want to be the best, everyone wants to be.We are in love with our creation, and we hell know we will make you fall in love with it.
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    1. Thanks Adarsh, help me share this blog post to as many people, cheers!

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    2. Thanks Adarsh, help me share this blog post to as many people, cheers!

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  2. When is your car coming out? Also, why do you use a lot of expletives?

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  3. "don't fall in love with your product" is another way of saying "don't romanticize your work". Love your work but don't lose sight of the goal. Keep your emotions in check.
    At the end of the day finance dictates your product's (no matter how much you love it) survival. Lose track of that.... you're toast.

    Good luck man.

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    1. Hey Abhishek, thanks for commenting on the blog!

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  5. I would love to be a part in your expenditure as I'm also a normal person who has so much passion and love for what I do it's not about the money it's about the satisfaction and inventing new for this nation .

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