Best selling author and entrepreneur Vishwas Mudagal was featured in the anchor story in The Telegraph, the largest newspaper of the Eastern India. Here are excerpts from the story –
Start young, take risks and break out of the rut! Vishwas Mudagal did just that to have his share of ups and downs before tasting sweet success. Now, the 32-year-old entrepreneur-writer-motivation speaker wants the younger generation in the Northeast to dream big and follow its passion from college itself.
The author of Losing My Religion and the CEO of GoodWorkLabs, a Bangalore-based technology firm, Mudagal was here in the city as a speaker at the NICT conference among other programmes, including a book-reading session on his maiden visit to the region.
The debut novel, released in March this year, became a bestseller in two months.
“It took me five years to write Losing My Religion. The book is a must read for wannabe entrepreneurs. It talks about the ups and downs of life and also the importance of following one’s passion from a young age. I for one began at the age of 18 when I taught rural students in north Karnataka,” Mudagal told The Telegraph.
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