FixNix is part of Cyber Security Task Force

FixNix Success Story in 1 min for featuring in Startup India Standup India National Association of Software and Services Companies (NASSCOM) and Data Security Council of India today announced the launch of the NASSCOM Cyber Security Task Force that aims to build India as a global hub for providing cyber security solutions, developing cyber security R&D plan and develop a skilled workforce of cyber security experts. https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CHJL3nXUYAA7pGc.jpg The taskforce members…

5 Remarkable Things Happy Entrepreneurs Do

Entrepreneurs are famously optimistic. They are endowed with a bias toward optimism, according to research by Penn State University. This tends to be doubly true for serial entrepreneurs, who look at each time at bat as an opportunity to hit a home run. But the entrepreneurial lifestyle can also be extremely stressful. There are long hours, tight deadlines and the looming odds of failure always on the horizon. It can often feel overwhelming…

How to Win Clients Your First Week in Business

Entrepreneurs often have the mentality, “If you build it, they will come.” And often they are disappointed. Just because you launch a company, you can’t expect clients to be knocking down your door, begging to sign up for your service or buy your product. Building a company and generating revenue takes time.  I advise new entrepreneurs that it often takes several months — if not longer — to win that…

The 22 Biggest Product Fails Ever

Launching a product is hard to do. “Less than 3% of new consumer packaged goods exceed first-year sales of $50 million — considered the benchmark of a highly successful launch,” say Joan Schneider and Julie Hall, co-authors of The New Launch Plan. That’s part of the reason that the most heavy-hitting names in business — from Pepsi to Netflix, Microsoft to McDonald’s — have had some of the biggest belly flops. Here’s a…

If You Want to Win, Stop Focusing on Winning

It seems counterintuitive that you could actually win more (in sports, life, or business) by focusing less on the win, but it’s true. Let me explain. Coach Bill Walsh (named the second greatest coach in NFL history by ESPN) celebrated every well-executed play, whether or not that play resulted in a score or a win. To him, it didn’t matter if the play was unsuccessful in its results as much…

Success vs Satisfaction

Some may think these terms are synonymous. However, it occurred to me the other day, that while we might be a satisfied customer, this isn’t always elevated to a successful outcome. There is a big difference from being satisfied at a tactical level and creating success at a strategic level.When implementing quality & risk management solutions, for example, the selection experience and usability of the technology can be very satisfying.But…