Kunal Shah is the creator of CRED, India’s second-fastest-growing unicorn firm, and an Indian entrepreneur and venture capitalist. This firm was predicted to attain a $2 billion valuation in 2021 with a $200 million investment. He is regarded as a role model for aspiring entrepreneurs and businesses. So, these are the best Kunal Shah quotes to help you achieve tremendous success as he has.
Best Quotes by Kunal Shah to be inspired
If you fully accept the worst that can ever happen in your journey, fear won’t ever be an obstacle in starting up.
Ambition alone doesn’t work. Missions do.
Those who are addicted to getting compliments, learn very slowly.
Experience is a curse if not kept current.
Show me an easily offended person, and I will show you a person with deep insecurities.
Mocking someone is accepting lower status.
You age when your excitement for trying new things drops.
Replace the time spent discussing other people with any other topic and see your life get better in no time.
Rules created by the world and rules created by themselves.
Innovative people struggle to stick to conventional wisdom when needed.
You are slave of those who evoke a reaction out of you.
Never seen extreme personal success in someone’s life without a history of multiple extreme personal failures in their origins.
In a long enough time frame, all Gods get replaced with new ones.
Curiosity is underrated.
Mistrusting and insecure people never generate trust from people and fail to lead.
Rarely you’ll find a good leader who sucks at teaching.
Impatience is a feature not a bug in a growth PM.
Chains of habit are too light to be felt until they are too heavy to be broken.
Only good use of money is to buy time. Time to invest in knowledge, health and relationships.
Dreams must always be recreated and sustained, for reality kills the dream.
Spoonfeeding is addictive.
People with high self-esteem don’t taunt.
Truly ambitious people don’t celebrate small milestones.
There are no over-ambitious people. Only dreamers with no plans.
You’ll never meet a rich person who can’t keep a secret.
Skill to design good business metrics is underrated.
Curiosity creates information asymmetry.
Second-time founders make new mistakes.
Pick the skill, not the degree.