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ENTREPRENEUR

I’m passionate, dedicated, and optimistic with an active problem-solving ability and resourcefulness. 

DEVELOPER

I create projects using the Raspberry Pi 4 Model B. I code with JavaScript, Java, HTML, CSS, PHP, Python, and Swift.

AUTHOR

I love to share insights, guidance, and day-to-day activity that I’ve learned about starting a business and life.

THE MOST IMPORTANT THINGS IN MY LIFE ARE...

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HI! MY NAME IS...

Noyonika Chatterjee

I have a few guiding principles to keep myself grounded and focused on the right things. In this world, it’s just as easy to lose your path as it is to find it. These guidelines keep me on course and constantly remind of my priorities and goals.

Way back when...

I was optimistic even when I was a child. I never focused on the past more than necessary, and I was always facing the future.
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out.

What can you do here?

If you’re new to the concept of entrepreneurship and would like to explore this domain and evaluate if it’s the right path for you, then this is the perfect website for you.

Entrepreneurship requires business planning, innovation, and risk-taking. It takes a lot of work, but there are also many benefits to being your boss.

If you’re familiar with these concepts or already own business, why not improve your knowledge?

Learn how to grow your business using exclusive guerrilla marketing and advertising techniques, continually adding people to your email list, rapidly increasing your fan-base on different social media platforms, streamlining processes, and reducing operational inefficiencies.

Even if you know about all this, you can always learn something new everyday.
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Books

Wait, what?

How do I know about all this?

After all, normal teens don’t spend their time attending seminars, going through online courses, network meetings, automating their email sequences and devouring numerous business and finance books.

Well, I may be that one exception.

Eight years ago, during my summer vacation, my father challenged me to complete five non-fiction book in a week or less for five uninterrupted hours on my game console, those books were:

# 1

How to Win Friends and Influence People

by Dale Carnegie

How to Win Friends and Influence People

by Dale Carnegie
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KEY LEARNING

1ST LESSON - Handling People

Don’t criticize, appreciate,  talk about what they want.

2ND LESSON - Liking People

Become genuinely interested in other people, Smile, Remember the names, good listener, other’s interest, importance

3RD LESSON - Win People

Avoid argument,  respect opinions, Quickly admit mistake, be friendly,  start conversation with conceivable reply is “Yes”, consult and collaborate with others,  other person’s point of view, dramatize your ideas, stimulate competition in the desire to excel. 

# 2

Think and Grow Rich for Women

by Sharon Lechter

Think and Grow Rich for Women

by Sharon Lechter
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KEY LEARNING

1ST LESSON

Decide on a definite purpose, Embed it in your subconscious, Have faith,  make a plan.

2ND LESSON

Learn what you need,  Gather support, Get help from others.

3RD LESSON

Set your subconscious up for success, Work on your character,  Never  ever give up.

# 3

The Richest Man in Babylon

by George Samuel Clason

The Richest Man in Babylon

by George Samuel Clason
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KEY LEARNING

1ST LESSON

Save money, don't spend more than  need, invest wisely, avoid investments that sound too good to be true, 

2ND LESSON

Own your home, Ensure a future income, Improve thy ability to earn: strive to become wiser and more knowledgeable.

3RD LESSON

Appreciate the value of money, It costs nothing to ask wise advice from a good friend. Enjoy life while you are here.

# 4

Only The Paranoid Survive

by Andrew S. Grove

Only The Paranoid Survive

by Andrew S. Grove
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KEY LEARNING

1ST LESSON

Maintain open communication with journalists and outsiders. Have clear communication to and from leadership and the middle management.

2ND LESSON

SIP (Strategic Inflection Point) evaluation;  strength of your competitors, suppliers, existing customers, potential customers and evangelists, and a possibility that your business could be done a different way. Act decisively, when an SIP occurs.

3RD LESSON

Leaders’ ego should not resist their outside perspective, encourage team search for their own solutions and encouraged to suggest their own ideas and practices.

# 5

The Hard Thing About Hard Things

by Ben Horowitz

The Hard Thing About Hard Things

by Ben Horowitz
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KEY LEARNING

1ST LESSON

Peacetime vs Wartime CEO’s
Peacetime CEO’s — thinks long term and is a reasonable human being
Wartime CEO — obsesses about the immediate need and couldn’t give a damn about anyone

2ND LESSON

There is no recipe to run a company, motivate a team when things fall apart. Just try the best ideas you can and don’t give up

3RD LESSON

Take care of People, Products and Profits (in that order)
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Books

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I jumped right to it and finished reading all the books in a record five days. I also gained a deep insight into entrepreneurship as both a concept and philosophy; how they create work and love while constructing them to fit with their own life goals.

These books changed my life forever.

I asked my dad what else I could do to learn more about entrepreneurship. He introduced me to a few more books, magazines, podcasts, and other content.

Then he said, “Once you're ready and convinced that entrepreneurship is the path you want to explore, let me know.”

After a few weeks, I was convinced. I told my answer.

I started helping my father with his company because I enjoyed the thrill of seeing whether I completed the task given to me perfectly, as well as replying to clients in a completely professional manner.

I made it a point to make sure the customer never knew that they were being replied to by the founder of the company’s audacious eight-year-old daughter.
goals
Does one size really fit all?
AGE

It’s never too late. Or too early.

If there’s one thing I learned in those years, it was that it’s never too late – and it’s never too early – to start.

Set your mind to it and make sure to achieve the goal. Whether you’re thirty or thirteen, nineteen or ninety, you can do nearly anything, no matter what your age.

It’s one size fits all, unlike Cinderella’s perfect glass high heels.

Wishing that you started a business before shouldn’t deter you – it just means you have to work a little bit more to research, gain and retain more information.
goals
Achieve the greatness within you.
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I’m not super active on social media, and I spend as much time offline as humanly possible, so if you want the inside scoop from me, our Insider’s list is where it’s at.

I can’t wait for you to achieve your greatest dreams. Once again, thank you so much for taking the time to visit noyonika.com.

with love and appreciation,

AUTHOR · DEVELOPER  · entrepreneur

NOYONIKA CHATTERJEE

AUTHOR · DEVELOPER · ENTREPRENEUR

NOYONIKA CHATTERJEE

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