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Don’t just behold. Be bold.

2014 is not just another new year for me.

To me, it means I’m even more time crunched now than last year. I now have an year less than I did last year to accomplish my lifetime goals.

How about you? Have you already begun the journey to reach your destination?

If yes, pat yourself and keep going.
If not, begin right NOW. You don’t have to wait for a new year in order to kickstart.
If you are stumped or held back (in your journey), begin (again) or you’ll never reach the destination.

Still not sure how to do? Here are 3 tips from my experience.

1. Dream it
2. Do it
3. Learn from it

It” doesn’t matter. It doesn’t matter as to what you want to pursue.

All that matters is for you to take off from that fence and fly high. You’ll get a much better view when you execute on that idea of yours.

So, follow your dreams to execution in 2014. I’m doing so.

Good luck and best wishes for the times ahead.

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Naag

Bootstrapper at Startups
Being away from India for several years, I'm always excited about anything Indian. I'm particularly crazy (read passionate) about start-ups in India and administer the portal for Indian Startups which started off as a platform to write about startups around the world and India in particular. Do startups interest you? Then join startups. Let's build startups in India together. If you need to talk to me in real-time, I'll be available on IRC channel #startuphub. Click to connect.

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