8 Quotes By Mahatma Gandhi Entrepreneurs Can Take Inspiration From

Mahatma Gandhi inspired an entire nation decades ago to rise up and join him in the fight for India’s independence. On his birth anniversary,we have compiled a list of his quotes that can motivate entrepreneurs to fight against the startup and internal challenges they face.

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Entrepreneurs often fail to use their capabilities to the fullest. Once they do that, there’s no looking back.

You’re looked down upon, your idea is ridiculed by friends and bad-hires, you have to battle with competitors in the market, and then... you raise your first round of funding. Not to mention, it’s an endless cycle even after that.

You’re looked down upon, your idea is ridiculed by friends and bad-hires, you have to battle with competitors in the market, and then… you raise your first round of funding. Not to mention, it’s an endless cycle even after that.

Keep your thoughts optimistic. Never think less of yourself.

Keep your thoughts optimistic. Never think less of yourself.

As Steve Jobs said, “ Deciding what not to do is as important as deciding what to do.”

As Steve Jobs said, “ Deciding what not to do is as important as deciding what to do.”

Inaction is a sin. One has to first start, to see if something works or not.

Inaction is a sin. One has to first start, to see if something works or not.

Procrastination is one of the biggest crimes if you are running a startup.

Procrastination is one of the biggest crimes if you are running a startup.

As an entrepreneur, you’ve have to take control of the situations. You’re in charge. Take responsibility for your actions. Don’t wait for the situation to change, change and adapt yourself whenever necessary.

As an entrepreneur, you’ve have to take control of the situations. You’re in charge. Take responsibility for your actions. Don’t wait for the situation to change, change and adapt yourself whenever necessary.

Rejoice at achieving  milestones, but don't lose sight of the ultimate goal

Rejoice at achieving milestones, but don’t lose sight of the ultimate goal

 

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