So amongst the start ups you have invested in, what advices would you like to share with young entrepreneurs being investor and mentor in 20 startups that would you know take them on the path of success? I think the first one is to be very clear in terms of why you are getting to entrepreneurship. I have noticed a lot of entrepreneurs are way too impatient to get investor money, even before the business has taken off ground. And I do get a lot of LinkedIn requests and a lot of them are of budding entrepreneurs who, based on an idea which they have written in a paragraph they expect investors to put in millions of dollars in their Venture, which is a very very wrong idea. That's one. So you need to be clear if you are into entrepreneurship to make money, maybe you're not in the right business because there are ten other ways to make money which would be a lot more easier rather than be an entrepreneur. Second is to be aware of the fact that while entrepreneurship means being on your own, you are not likely to be on your own for a very long time because you can't run a company yourself, you're going to hire people, you're going to have a team of your own, you might have a co-founder. Ability to collaborate ability to get work out of your peers, your colleagues and your team members becomes a very important element in terms of your success. While yes, you can code hundreds of lines of code you can go around knocking doors on key customers and make the sales pitch yourself, you might be able to deliver the solution as well, but all that is okay in early stage, but if you are actually going to expect your company to grow you need more people and teamwork and managing people becomes very important. The third element which obviously comes is when you have an investor then like it or not he's going to be like a boss to you who's going to be asking you those important questions which are more important for you than for him, but you might not be comfortable about having to answer to them which you need to learn. Fourth is be aware about your ecosystem while you might have started something unique and different and you might be on a group good success path, remember the fact that sooner or later someone else will start, deliver the same product and service and they might be able to do that better than you. Be humble and accept the fact that you might not have got everything right, be ready for making corrections and bringing in those additional changes, which will help you to get back to success path. Never let success get into your head, have a very stable mindset and be completely clear that you don't feel successful when you feel successful. You only are successful when others acknowledge your ability to succeed. Hetal, what advice would you give to like to people who would want to be financially free, would like to make a lot of money but don't know how to do it. Well I'm not as such a great financial advisor per say, thanks a lot for asking that question Siddharth. But I think while I would not want to ascribe the old adage of philosophy which we grew up with, which was more of a savings mindset, I would definitely not advocate what we see in the current millennials and the young people who are more on a spend. I think the ideal Balance should be somewhere in between. Simple philosophy of spending after earning is a very important element which kind of underlines the essence. You only spend after you have earned, will help you to be able to stay out of debt not get on a credit card bandwagon where you end up taking a lot of things on credit and be able to see the true value of money once you earned for a certain amount of time, you yourself would know the amount of hard work which goes into earning and then you spend proportionately, but having a good life doesn't mean spending a lot of money. You can actually get a good life without spending too much money and money equal to happiness is probably a wrong philosophy. The sooner you are able to understand that, the better you would be. And the day you are able to realize that money is not equal to happiness you will automatically be able to conserve a lot of expenses which you might have decided to actually spend. You might not go on that fancy vacation or you might not get that branded car and might go for a simpler vacation and a lower grade of car, just because you might be able to see through the hollowness of spending so much money. Thank you so much Hetal, it's been lovely exploring your journey, taking lessons from you. Thanks a lot Siddharth, it was pleasure talking.