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A scientific explanation of the benefits in joining an early stage startup.

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    Why Should You Join An Early Stage Startup Why Should You Join An Early Stage Startup Presentation Transcript

    • Why should you join an ‘early stage’ startup? Piyush Gupta Co-founder, RouteGuru | Piyush.Gupta@RouteGuru.com | http://SiliconTryst.wordpress.com
    • If this world got Lions … it got Lion tamers too!
    • YOU !!! mmm …
    • Ever wondered why it is that the lion gets tamed by a human in the circus? … and not otherwise!!!
    • is the lion ‘inferior in muscle power’? or is the ring master a super human?
    • As an audience we know that neither the lion is inferior, nor the ring master a super human.
    • Then what is it that makes the lion tamed? … a million dollar question, isn’t it?
    • It is just a natural ‘inferiority’ that this lion develops … the ‘inferiority complex’ of being a late entrant. Here goes the Answer!
    • the ‘inferiority complex’ of being a ‘late entrant’
    • Ring master always ‘comes before’ the lion comes on stage, which gives him the advantage of establishing himself with the audience. Poor lion develops a ‘subconscious inferiority’ against the trust that the ring master enjoys, therefore, gets tamed ubiquitously. * Inferiority complex, is a feeling that can arise from an imagined inferiority. * It is often ‘subconscious’ and an ‘advanced state of discouragement’. - Wikipedia
    • Doesn’t matter if the lion has more muscle power.
    • Doesn’t matter if the audience enjoys the lion’s work as much as that of the ring master.
    • It’s just the matter of being early to stage!
    • It’s very few who realize that it’s “we” who choose to be a ‘ring master’ or a ‘tamed lion’
    • seeks wannabe ‘ring masters’
    • ~ Head - Alliances/Sales ~ Head – Engineering ~ Chief Innovator (Technology)
    • Touch base with us … Are you better at tongue? Is writing a Mantra to you? Avinash: +91-9899003393 letsconnect@routeguru.com Piyush: +91-9971317108 For more details: www.routeguru.com/company/careers.jsp