Amit you know what time it is. What time is it? It's time for Chop Chop round for questions, but you would have only one word or one phrase to answer not more than that. Okay? Okay, right. What's your biggest strength? Patience. What is the one personal habit that contributes your success? Thinking.What is the best book you read so far? Favorite or best different answers. Whatever best book. Freakonomics, maybe my I would have to say probably a Freakonomics. Let me like that that's influenced my thinking in ways that very few other things I've ever read have.Okay, if you would like to invite to Indian entrepreneurs for dinner, who would that be? Okay. Vijay Shekar sharma Paytm and probably so interesting question because there are so many. It's such getting harder and choices are more dude. Yeah Sachin and Binny. Okay, so actually you got three, right? What is the one online resource you would recommend to our listeners something like Evernote or Facebook anything which helps you in your productivity slack great. It's been ridiculously useful for us because I mean like, you know, the it's not just about the chat thing, which is what it looks like when you first use it. But all the Integrations a google calendar integrations or trello integrations. I mean like yeah, yeah. Yeah well This question. I usually ask for it is a one startup which caught your attention but what is the one other podcast which you listen to apart from IBM podcast. Wow, listen to a lot actually but you know what I can give you I can answer your question a lot of how I modeled how I want to do this do this thing is based on that This Week in Tech neural network. Twit by Leo Laporte. Okay, let's begin tightening. Awesome. My last question for you, I want you to think for a minute before you answer. Okay, if you could time travel back to where you are 25 years old and you have one minute to speak to yourself with all the knowledge and experience. You have at the moment. What would you tell your younger self? It's too early to start an e-commerce site. Do you think when you see flipkart guys? I mean they started in only 2007 or 2008 right, but that was the right time that really was the right time right? I started in 99. Yeah. Yeah. I mean that just was you know, it was the Bruce of Youth of like, you know, just hey if they can do it we can do it. If Amazon can do it we can do it and we can do it better and we can do it in India. Yeah. It was just like, you know, it was ambition is good hubris is not right. But how do you tell what's the Define? What's the dividing line between those? I don't know man. I really don't I don't think that I'm all that much. I'm more patient. I think things through more thoroughly. Then I used to when I was younger, but I don't know that I'm smarter than I was when I was younger. Yeah, so I don't know that I know how I would I don't know what I would tell myself I really don't. Okay, just you know, I really don't right. Okay, I was gonna say something but we'll talk after the interview, right? Okay. What is your best advice for someone who is starting in this? similar lines as you did Do it. I mean like, you know, if you think you want to do if there's something that you think that would make sense and I mean like, you know, just do it don't one of the things that I see a lot of entrepreneurs especially younger Indian entrepreneurs struggle with is and and I mean, this is something that we should that I mean like, you know, these are common terms. I guess like, you know when you talk to be season stuff like that, but I feel like a lot of entrepreneurs are young Entrepreneurs don't understand the ideas of minimal viable product or you know that helped perfection is the enemy of good enough and you know, these kinds of things I think are things that young Indian entrepreneurs struggle with specifically they want everything to be perfect the second it's out and that's just not how the world works. Yeah, but also it goes by if they can raise funding we can raise funding to yeah. Yeah that too. Yeah, awesome great advice. I mean you have a great story. I'm sure people want to connect with you. Where can we find it ? All over the place. I'm on Twitter as doshiamit. I'm on Facebook as doshiamit one linked and also I think as doshiamit. I think that doshiamit what I use everywhere is Amit Doshi. Yeah. Amit Doshi. Okay. I will leave those links in the show notes page. I meant. Thank you very much for your time. Thanks for sharing your story. I wish you all the luck my friend. Thank you. Thank you. It's great talking to you. Thank you. Bye. Bye.