The Filter Koffee Podcast: Ronnie Screwvala discusses entrepreneurship and his journey to success
In this episode of The Filter Koffee Podcast, Ronnie Screwvala talks about entrepreneurial prudence, working with raw talent and recording his own audiobook.
The Filter Koffee podcast is not an interview. It is a window into the minds of the most interesting people that the host has met — a peek into their craft, passions and convictions. It is about a great conversation — the kind that enhances your worldview from what it was 40 minutes earlier. And much like coffee itself, the ingredients make
The Filter Koffee Podcast is all about creating those experiences every week through hand-picked guests, who are among the most interesting minds in India. They talk about their journeys, body of work, convictions, inspirations and the tales they lived to tell.
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