Vaibhav Tewari || Life lessons I learnt on my entrepreneurial journey – Ep:11
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Entrepreneurship is a journey. It’s inspirational. Glamorous. But it’s also exhausting. Demanding. It’s bittersweet.
Vaibhav Tewari is the Co-Founder and CEO of Portea Medical, one of Asia’s fastest growing in-home healthcare providers. Here, he talks about his personal entrepreneurship journey, the mental pillars he’s leaned on to get him through challenging times, and how he’s learnt to prioritize mental health while building businesses and reaching for the stars.
- One distinct quality that has got Vaibhav to where he is today.
- What drew him towards entrepreneurship.
- Mental pillars he’s leaned on when things were not going according to his vision.
- A deep dive into how he derives meaning and purpose behind what he does professionally.
- How people can find their passion and joy even if it means letting go of job security.
- The shift in how he saw life after the demise of his parents.
- 3 things he’s learnt about himself through his entrepreneurship journey
Vaibhav Tewari is an entrepreneur who’s had experience in building multiple businesses of different verticals from the ground up. A strong entrepreneurial approach mixed with strong focus on people is what he prides himself on. He’s actively involved in Coaching and Mentoring Entrepreneurs and senior executives and also serves as a Board of Director, Adviser and Mentor for many fast growing companies across Internet, Retail Consumer and Technology verticals.
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*Disclaimer – The content in this podcast is only for educational purposes. It cannot be considered as individual therapy advice or counseling and is not to be taken as medical or mental health advice.