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Dhairya Pujara Shares His Key Thoughts On Entrepreneurship & Life

Dhairya Pujara on starting businesses, moving to Mozambique, hosting TED talks, and more!

This week on Outta The Box TV, I had the pleasure of talking with Dhairya Pujara, an extremely interesting guy who has learnt a lot from entrepreneurship & also from travelling the world.

Here’s some background info on Dhairya…

25 year old Dhairya Pujara is an entrepreneur originally from India, but is now based out of Philly. He graduated out of Drexel University, Philadelphia in 2012 with a Masters in Biomedical Engineering. After graduating, he picked up a job in healthcare IT and at first, was excited. However, he quickly realised he didn’t want to be stuck doing this for the rest of his life. So, Dhairya quit his  job and abruptly took off to Africa for 5 months to work in a rural hospital in Mozambique.

Dhairya Pujara on Outta The Box TV.

Dhairya Pujara

Upon arrival, he realised that, even though he had a Masters in Biomedical Engineering and new four languages,  he had to keep learning as none of that was relevant in Mozambique, where they spoke portuguese. So, Dhairya learnt a little portuguese, organised the first ever TEDx conference in the country of Mozambique and created first of its kind rural training program for the doctors with unused medical equipment donation that they receive from around the world but have no idea on how to use it.

After this stint, Dhairya came back to the USA and started by own social organisation (Founder, CEO) Ycenter  which is essentially an outside-the -classroom learning program service provider for college and university students to go out to Africa and India and work on keystone projects with the communities, and ultimately created a global impact.

Catch the video interview with Dhairya here! Or download the Podcast audio version at the bottom. 

 


A little more on Dhairya…

Recently, Dhairya won the Philly DoGooder award and was covered in press by Philly in Focus, HuffPost, Flying Kite Media. He has given multiple talks at Drexel University, and the most recent one at Wharton School of Business at Penn. Dhairya have hosted 2 global TEDx conferences at Drexel.

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Also, a few more side notes on Dhairya’s achievements...

Blogger at Huffington Post, Mentor at Mobilize.org teaching civic/social entrepreneurship, Advisor to an Indian e-commerce startup Notemybook.in (His first company that he founded in 2009, 21 years old, which was selected as one of top 1000 emerging businesses in the nation in India)

 

- Y Center Website: www.y-center.org

 - Follow Dhairya Pujara on Twitter!  @ycenterlearning

 - Like their Facebook Page! Ycenter Learning on Facebook

Download The Podcast Version here! 

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On Outta The Box TV this week, Dhairya Pujara, a young entrepreneur, originally from India but now residing in Philadelphia, joins me to talk about his entrepreneurial & life journey he’s been experiencing so far.  

 

But before you listen, here’s a little background info on Dhairya…

He graduated out of Drexel University, Philadelphia in 2012 with a Masters in Biomedical Engineering. However, soon after getting a steady healthcare IT job, one day he decided to quit and took off to Africa for 5 months to work in a rural hospital in Mozambique. Once he arrived in Mozambique, where they spoke portuguese, he quickly had to learn portuguese, even though he already knew 4 languages! Dhairya quickly pushed past this barrier and went on to achieve plenty of things in Mozambique. He organized the first ever TEDx conference in  Mozambique  and created first of its kind rural training program for the doctors with unused medical equipment donation that they receive from around the world but have no idea on how to use it.

 After this 5 month period abroad, Dhairya came back to the USA and started his own social organisation called Ycenter (http://y-center.org/) - which is essentially an outside-the -classroom learning program service provider for college and university students to go out to Africa and India and work on keystone projects with the communities, ultimately created a global impact.

Recently, Dhairya won the Philly DoGooder award and was covered in press by Philly in Focus, HuffPost, Flying Kite Media. He has given multiple talks at Drexel University, and the most recent one at Wharton School of Business at Penn. Dhairya have hosted 2 global TEDx conferences at Drexel.

Here’s a few side notes on Dhairya’s achievements… 

Blogger at Huffington Post, Mentor at Mobilize.org teaching civic/social entrepreneurship, Advisor to an Indian e-commerce startup Notemybook.in (my first company that he founded in 2009, 21 years old, which was selected as one of top 1000 emerging businesses in the nation in India)

 


New Teenage Millionaire/ Young Entrepreneur Interview!

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Honest Advice On Becoming A Young Entrepreneur

Honest advice on becoming a young entrepreneur – with Peter Solway

You may have seen in the last few Outta The Box TV episode that I interviewed a young guy by the name of Peter Solway who talked a lot about the process & events in life he went through that led him towards becoming a young entrepreneur.  He’s a great guy, businessmen and is based in Australia, growing businesses ever since the age of 17. 

In this short clip, Peter shares his thoughts on becoming a young entrepreneur. I like what he shares as he basically tells the truth and says it how it is.

 
“…If your not sure if you want to be an entrepreneur, try it. if you don’t like it, don’t do it. At least you gave it a go and it’s better knowing it wasn’t for you than thinking ‘what if‘ for the rest of your life…”
 

And it's those 'what if's' in life that can really play in the back of your mind for a long time. As you may already know, at 18 I went to college in the states to play golf. Just before I left I was very reluctant to go as it was something knew & different. However, If I never went, I would have missed out on a whole lot. Life experience, friendships, & plenty more. 

Sometimes it can be great to jump in and try something new. If you don't like it, or fail, who cares? But if you love it, and even become successful, then that's awesome. Personally, I hope I never stop changing businesses, careers etc and having fun!

Anyway, check out the clip below & let me know what you think to it in the comments. Do you agree with his advice?

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Be sure to leave your comments in the description. 

Do you have any advice on becoming a young entrepreneur?

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Need Something To ‘Businessy’ To Read? Try This…

Try this magazine for entrepreneurs…

In the last week or so, a friend and I recently just launched a new issue of Fridge Magazine – a magazine for entrepreneurs. Incase you don’t follow me on Twitter, I have been working on this magazine since the start of this year.

Fridge Magazine - Magazine for entrepreneurs and enterprising people. Issue 3 features Chirag Kulkarni of C&M Global Groups

Issue 3

As we go from issue to issue, we keep developing new features, streamlining the content & bringing in writers to add some awesome customised content ranging from;

  • Fashion Writers
  • Business Experts
  • and more as we progress!

This month we have some interesting articles for you based on business and fashion to help you win in business, from:

  • How To Trade Stocks For The First Time
  • The Internet Subscription Startup Is Winning
  • 6 Secrets of A Winning Product Launch
  • How To Build A Million Dollar Company
  • 11 Tools To Help Your Business Go Digital
  • The Importance Of A Good Suit

and more!

Like I mentioned above, we work hard on creating/ adding content to the magazine that will actually help people & that they enjoy reading. As we progress, we would love to hear your feedback on what you would like to see in the magazine. We strive to make this a great magazine for entrepreneurs to study, learn, and apply to their businesses. 

 

What do you enjoy reading while commuting to work?

What tips & guides do you think would really benefit you?

Also, let me know if you’d like a 3 month subscription code for Fridge Magazine, and we will set you up with one! Just let me know in the comments below. 

Download The Android Version Of Fridge Magazine

Download The Apple Version Of Fridge Magazine

 

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3 Top Tips From a Top Young Entrepreneur Who Turns Over $100k/ Month

Elliott Donazzan -  One of the top young entrepreneurs from Australia

21 Year Old Elliott Donazzan & one of the top young entrepreneurs in Australia shares 3 crucial tips!

 

Last week I interviewed Elliott Donazzan, one of the top young entrepreneurs from Australia. Elliott is a top young businessman from Australian who has had plenty of success in business over the last few years. His current business, One Cent Flights, turns over $100K per month.  From that interview, I decided to cut out  a snippet from it and make a new short video. Why? Because I think it’s some solid advice that everyone should hear and apply.

For those of you who want to hear the full interview, you can catch it here.

Anyway, I really encourage you to watch this short video. To me, from all of the interviews i’ve recorded over the last 9 months, I have to say that the advice Elliott shares really resonates with me.

 

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What do you think to Elliott’s advice? Do you agree with it?

 

Be sure to check out Elliott’s business and see what you think. In my opinion, considering they invested $500,000 in the site over 2 years, it’s an incredibly smooth site.

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www.onecentwines.com

 

Also, here is a little more info on One Cent Flights…

One Cent is a unique online retailer for premium products such as flights (http://ift.tt/1iOujCh) and wines (www.onecentwines.com). Based out of Melbourne, Australia, One Cent was founded in 2012 by Matt and Elliott Donazzan. The group launched its first online auction site, OneCentFlights.com in August 2012. Today, they have over 170,000 active users on their site. Elliott is also currently in the middle of launching & expanding this company into the Asian market. The impressive thing about this for me is seeing top young entrepreneurs like Elliott expanding worldwide, and not just focussing on one area. In the full interview, Elliott talks more about the differences in culture and why he has to consider that in the marketing plan. 

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Elliott Donazzan On Outta The Box TV Sharing His Best Advice For Other Young Business People

Elliott Donazzan of One Cent Flights

4 minute video +  read….

Young business owner, Elliott Donazzan, sharing some awesome advice!

You may have seen last week I posted an interview with 21 year old Elliott Donazzan, a young business owner who is absolutely killing it in the business world! His business turns over $100,000 per month! Anyway, I wanted to share one of the highlights from that interview, mainly Elliott sharing his top pieces of advice for other young aspiring business people out there

Let me know what you think to Elliott’s advice.

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 Do you think it’s helpful?

If you enjoyed that short snippet, maybe you’d like to check out the full version of the interview that offers up way more of Elliott’s insights + how he actually launched his company, discovered why Google & Facebook Ads worked so well for him, and more! 

Be sure to connect with Elliott and tell him how much you enjoyed the interview! (that is, if you did enjoy it!)

Here are some links to Elliott Donazzan’s businesses:

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www.onecentwines.com

Thanks for watching the video, please let me know your thoughts below on Elliott’s advice!

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