Krish, you know what time it is. 13:52 time for lunch. It's that's technically right, but it's a time for chop-chop. round mighty mindset. Okay, I'll ask you a few questions, but you don't have only one word or one phrase to answer not more than that. Okay. Scary. All right. Yeah, it's that who is your role model? And why? Everybody because I get to learn from everybody. Who is your what's your biggest strength? I would say meticulousness. What's the one personal habit that contributes to your success? Never Back Down What's the best book you read so far? Tintin comics if you would like to invite to Indian entrepreneurs for dinner, who would that be let's say Phanindra Sama and Periasamy and Anand Babu Periasamy and Phanindra Sama Yeah. Okay. Phanindra Sama and Anand Babu Periasmay great. If you have to place all your bets on one quality of an entrepreneur, what would that be? honesty What's the one online resource you recommend to our listeners like Evernote Facebook something like that? Facebook marketing Okay that answers my next question Twitter or Facebook. Facebook. marketing twitter is still not there. Not for India. Yeah, ios or android. Sorry iOS or Android.Android. What's the one startup which caught your attention at the moment apart from Super Moto 360 One startup I think swiggy my last question for you Krish and the chop-chop round is if you could time travel back to where we were 20 years old and you had one minute to speak to yourself with all the knowledge. you have at the moment. What would you tell your younger self? Go to Singapore. And go to Singapore and learn from the startup culture there. That's what I would have told my 19 year old self back then. Yeah before I let you go. What's your best advice for people who are starting up you obviously had one startup before and you have one now. I'm sure you got plenty of advice for us. What's your advice for people for budding entrepreneurs? So one is be practical when you step into entrepreneurship as an stop counting on your lock or fantasy that you might get by reading success stories of few startups because everything is going to be tough second is patience and perseverance. You gotta hang in there. Third. One is and most importantly maintain honesty towards your customers and your employees both the ways. Awesome, patience and perseverance and honesty and yeah great advice crash. You have a great story. I'm sure people want to reach out to you. Where can we find you? You can find me on Facebook at facebook.com / dot SriKrishna or on my email? Krish@toonher.com. Sorry. email@example.com Okay great. I will leave the link on the show notes page Krish. I would like to thank you very much for your time. Thanks for sharing your story. I wish you all the luck my friend.