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Author, Tech-nerd & Startup Growth Strategist

Neeraj Sabharwal

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Corporate Game

Unraveling the Corporate Game: Lessons from ‘House of Cards’ Power plays. Ruthless negotiations. Strategic alliances. Welcome to the world of ‘House of Cards,’ where every move is calculated, and every decision carries weight. While the show may be a riveting drama, it also serves as a compelling case study for navigating the corporate jungle. In this fast-paced environment, the character of Frank Underwood stands out as a prime example of ambition and cunning. His journey to the top is...

10 days ago • 1 min read

Let's get to the point. 3 ideas to get to "Better You" a) Imagine this: a world where technology is not the starting line, but the finishing touch. In an era dominated by rapid technological advancement, it feels counterintuitive to suggest stepping back from technology as our starting point. Yet, it's crucial to remember that technology, at its core, is a tool designed to solve problems, not define them. Let's shift our mindset. Start with the human experience. Identify the pain points,...

15 days ago • 1 min read

Issue #1 Make that change You will be receiving an email to download my book, Founder Led Sales. I will be focusing on "Technology, Growth and Entrepreneurship" Technology: AI is the elephant in the room. But not for the reasons you might think. We're not just talking about automation or job displacement anymore. The landscape has shifted. It's about making smarter and better data driven decision using AI. Enterprises are actively seeking ways to blend AI seamlessly into their existing...

21 days ago • 1 min read
Fail and Rise (sales and life simplified)

Have you ever witnessed a star employee suddenly underperform after a leadership change? It’s a confusing situation, but it happens more often than you might think. Here’s why even the best performers can struggle to adapt to a new boss: Clash of Styles: Maybe your star thrived under a hands-off manager and now feels micromanaged. Conversely, an employee used to close supervision might flounder without clear direction. A new leadership style can disrupt the rhythm that led to past success....

23 days ago • 1 min read
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