What challenges are hardships you have faced? Would you like to share which most of us don't know about so from a professional standpoint? Of course, I think when I move back from America, I immediately jumped into the you know, entrepreneurial bandwagon after working in the US for 10 years. I think Was Naive of me to think that you know, if you can start a company and I just sold my my previous organization in the u.s. Successfully, so I assume That we would have the same level of infrastructure support ecosystem and starting amp and you know, executing businesses in India would be a be slightly more difficult to America. I think coming here. I realize that it's very different. There's a lot of fire fighting that you need to do, you know on the course of that Journey we came I came to realize that there is a first mover disadvantage in many cases when you're trying to build companies in India and Majority of her time goes into recency management, which is basically taking care of the last thing that's just gone wrong rather than focusing on building businesses. I think that was an important Insight which made me realize that it no matter how much you're funded and how many people you have it is going to take two to three years to get the right product Market fit. So you can't really speed that up which is sort of how the advice I give to a lot of our portfolio guys is don't rush it it Takes time and also the reason why it takes time is because very few things in India are sorted you got of to build things and solve problems for yourself because this it's a complex country. It's complex market and infrastructure is broken everywhere because it's broken everywhere in some ways. There's opportunities to grow successful businesses across as well. So I think that's been a beaut big challenge, but fortunately we've learned the hard way that these are the realities of doing business in India. So once has to Realistic and form our from our Founders itself. So we also don't set unrealistic expectations. We also know it takes time. So we are very patient with people we work with because we because I've been there I've done that so I know this is not something that can be solved quickly. What point in life you felt lost and what help you recover from it, so I guess so I have had successful businesses one of the companies that we came in as very early stage. We went public so those Are good things those are high nice highs to be part of but I've also had you know failures in life. We I keep telling myself in telling my children that there is no such thing as fully as you either succeed or you learn from what you do. So I'd say that I've got a lot of learnings in life as well. But what I realized is that even though something that you do may not work out, but it's what you learn from that and how you leverage that in that your next venture your business is what is important and that's sort of what I really want to impart or share or inculcate with not just my kids which are two boys but also and both are aspiring entrepreneurs and I keep telling them that there's no rush but I also with the with our portfolio companies and our Founders, so that's that's an important lesson in life is you never give up of course and learn from your failures and Make sure you don't repeat the same mistake twice. That's all. I believe you are a lot more patient that than you know, comparing two averaged dots because you're learning from your portfolio the patience you have acute with white. My kids will never agree with that. They will think that I have no patience at all. I think what's important more than your right? So yeah failures and success as teach you a lot in life to not only be determined but also learn from your mistakes and be patient because More than the the the, you know, the fact that we started companies. It's basically operating and working an environment. Like India has made me more realistic. So one of the key things that we've sort of Incorporated in the fund is we don't we look at Excel sheets, but we don't manage by Excel sheets. We've never made an investment based on projections and I think nine out of ten times of 9 out of 10 of our portfolio companies. Never really hit the targets of numbers that they sought out to achieve. So therefore we invest in the founders other than businesses, even when we manage them as a fund. We are really focused on helping companies go from zero to one as opposed to other funds who can who are experts at going from 1 to 5 or 5 to 50. So in the life cycle of the of the startups that we get involved in which is going from 0 to 1. What we've realized is you've got a emotions play a much larger larger role. On managing portfolio companies and Founders in Excel sheets, and that's an important important quality that you know, we believe in in the fund. How's your behavior with those Founders from your foreign policy and those Founders who have failed and then they come to you that now Cory we lost your money. She'll be surprised. We love fail Founders. I would say almost 30% of our Thirty to forty percent of our portfolio company consists of Fail Founders for us. The reason why we love fail Founders now in they could be from our own portfolio companies as well. It's not a problem. I'd be more than happy to find menu of our portfolio companies who fail as long as we know the reasons for failure. The reason why we love feel Founders is because this is a person who's faced failure in life and is not giving up a majority of people once they fail in as a in entrepreneurship go back to the safety. Security of 9 to 5 job which gives them a monthly paycheck a person who's on a second or third cohort is a person who's going to try twice as hard to succeed this time around for a number of reasons the biggest being that he now has to prove to himself that you know, there's nothing wrong with him as a Founder as an entrepreneur and he has to prove that to his family and his parents is wife and kids. So this is a person who's not only haunt him. Not repeat the mistakes he's made but is going to probably work twice as hard. So as a fun we believe in fail Founders and we think that the probability of them succeeding is much more than first time founders.