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Managing Multiple Projects With Kumar Arora
As a serial entrepreneur and investor on "Cleveland Hustles," Kumar Arora offers two tips on how to balance multiple projects.
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In this video clip, serial entrepreneur and investor Kumar Arora offers two tips for managing multiple projects as an entrepreneur. First, you should be able to “clone yourself” by passing on what you know to your new hires who can help to balance your workload. Second, time management is extremely important. You should understand your weaknesses and how to best allocate your time.
Sometimes if you’re working on a startup, that might need a lot more energy than an existing business that can already, in a sense, run on autopilot.”
More about our expert: Kumar Arora is a man with many plans. Consistently pushing the envelope on design and innovation, much of his work centers on the idea of creating novel products and household brands. His concentration lies in a variety of industries including fashion, tech, nano-science, entertainment, marketing and design.
Kumar serves as a consultant and advisor for a range of industries. He boasts an impressive roster of clients ranging from Fortune 500s and startups to celebrities and athletes. Currently, he is paving the way with his newest project, Rogue Eyewear, using experimental materials combined with bold designs for a new perspective in a stagnant industry. Kumar is also now in the process of releasing his first book, “Eclipse,” in 2017, and will be one of the investors on the all new CNBC reality series called “Cleveland Hustles.”
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