Nithin Kamath, founder and CEO, Zerodha is passionate about sports, whether it is football, basketball or swimming. He feels he would not have survived the volatility of entrepreneurship if not for sports. Nithin believes that the attitude with which one plays a sport rubs off on your work life as well. According to him, you don’t have to be the most skilled guy around, but what matters is how much effort you are putting in.
If there is one thing that Rati Shetty, the Co-founder and Chief Product Officer of BankBazaar does not compromise on -- it is her fitness and exercise regime. No matter where in the world she is or whatever she is doing, she always makes time for a run or a walk and she makes sure she finds a gym to workout. More importantly the exercise helps her to compete with herself every day.
Ritesh Malik is a doctor, an entrepreneur, a startup mentor, an angel investor, and a TeDX speaker. He speaks about his greatest fear, his favourite occupation, his ideas of happiness, his most treasured possession, one thing he would change about himself and much more.
While traditional companies are going digital and become more social media-savvy to capture newer and younger consumers, India’s startups are taking a totally different route. Probably realising that they already have enough visibility online, they are now actively wooing TV audiences in a bid to capture new ground.
Menswear designer Rishabh Manocha speaks about why he took up bespoke tailoring, the response to his label and his style journey so far. The designer also talks about why it is important to pay attention to craftsmanship and individual customer experience in a world where first impression matter in every social situation.
Love the idea of watching sports while on vacation? Why not visit the Swiss Alps for a spot of skiing, Nepal for Bungee Jumping, Russia for football, Bali for Marine Sports. There are many countries that offer special sports, so you can take your pick.