Paras, do you know what time it is? It is 11:21 am in India. That's technically right, but it's a time for chop-chop round. Okay. I will ask a few more questions. Okay. Quick-fire round, let's put it that way. Okay. Okay. What's your biggest strength my friend? My biggest strength is my skills when I speak and I think I can sell anything, if I believe in the product. What's the one personal habit that contributes to your success? Fitness. What's the best book you read so far? How to Win Friends and Influence People. What is the one online resource you would recommend to our listeners?
It could be saltwater.com, websites or...go on. The blog, entrepreneur.com. The blog.
Okay. What is one other Indian startup which caught your attention at the moment? Ola.If you have to place all your bets on one quality of an entrepreneur, what would that be?
Persistence. My last question on the chop-chop round for you Paras is I want you to think for a minute before you answer... If you could time travel back to the day one of your startup. It could be July 2014 and you have one minute to speak to yourself all the knowledge and experience you have right now, what would you tell yourself?
Test the product properly before launching.
Test the product. Great advice. Paras, before I let you go, you have given us a ton of great advice. What's the one last piece of advice you want to add for budding entrepreneurs? Yeah. What I would want them to do is, you know, listen to their heart for once keep all the expectations aside and just give it a shot once to your idea. Go build it even if it fails you can always come back just just go and try and do it once. It's really addictive. I'm telling you if even one person success comes to you, you will never come back to your old life again. It's very addictive. Listen to your heart and go do the thing you love the most. Awesome. Paras, I'm sure people want to reach out to you, where can we find you?
You can mail me on email@example.com. I am available on Twitter. I'm available on Facebook. Anywhere, you can reach me out. I'm always reachable. Okay, awesome. Paras, thank you very much for your time. Thanks for sharing your story. I wish you all the luck. Thank you so much. Thank you so much. It was great talking to to you, and this is great being on the show as well. Thank you. Bye. Bye.