From a college dropout to owner of a thriving content creation company

Work is the medium of connecting with people, this has been the inspiration for me.

From a college dropout to owner of a thriving content creation company

Q #1) How did you get your idea or concept for the business?

I have always loved connecting to people, some might call me adamant but I do not like the concept of being a 'boss', I wanted a place where everyone works together to create something for all of us, sadly i couldn't find anything similar so I made one myself. 

Q #2) What inspired you to develop your idea?

Work is the medium of connecting with people, this has been the inspiration for me.

Q #3) How did you decide when to establish your company?

Keeping aside several factors supporting the suitable time for establishment, when you know from within that things will work out seems appropriate to me.

Q #4) What have you enjoyed most about starting your own company?

I have enjoyed the sense of freedom and the responsibility that comes with it and being able to establish a work environment, where I would have loved to work if I was offered one back when. I enjoy working with my amazing team.

Q #5) What challenges did you have to overcome at the beginning of your journey?

Looking back it all feels like a good story material. However when you start from zero, overcoming challenges are fun.

Q #6) How did you first select your employees?

I selected my employees judging by their intellect, grip over english, level of initiation, and most importantly whether the individual is going to make the work of the employer easier or not.

Q #7) How did you raise funding?

No fund raising.

Q #8) How long did it take you to find success?

Success was on a day to day basis. So yes from the very first day.

Q #9) What is unique about your business?

A business is like a living organism, I feel. I will again want to highlight the work place environment as most unique.

Q #10) What service(s) or product(s) do you offer/manufacture?


Q #11) How do you advertise your business?

Advertisement is carried out in social media platforms.

Q #12) What’s your company’s goals?

The primary goal remains as the logo says, to provide excellent content solutions.

Q #13) What is Your Ambition?

I believe someone can win in two ways. One, when what he or she wants from within becomes a reality and second, when someone is truly at peace with whatever is surrounding. I fall in the former category.

Q #14) What are your responsibilities as the business owner?

Balancing, I feel is among my most important responsibilities.

Q #15) How do you prioritize your work?

It's a way of living.

Q #16) What advice would you give to someone who is trying to become an entrepreneur?

Entrepreneur is a big term I feel, that is something that you can leave to the world to address you. Open your eyes and look around, beneath all the noise and infinite number of problems you will surely find one way you can make things better around you. An idea is from where it all starts, ideas cannot be measured, or rather it should not be measured on any scale. What is a business if not only a form giving shape to an idea.

Q #17) What are the qualities of a good entrepreneur?

Ability to see the gaps, developing a problem solving attitude, in and out knowledge of everything supporting the idea, sense of direction.

Q #18) What are you working on now?

I am involved in several things here and there.

Q #19) What is Your Strengths?

I am extremely lazy and hence I find the easiest ways to get work done.

Q #20) What Would You Do With Unlimited Resources?

Controlled delegation towards building to support a striving system.

Q #21) Stress has become an inevitable part of our lives, what do you do to de-stress yourself? OR what do you enjoy doing in your free time?

Watching Movies, meditation, spend time with friends.

Q #22) What’s your greatest fear as an entrepreneur?

Asking myself if what I am seeing real, or it's just in my head? 

Q #23) Where Do You Go on a Night Out?


Q #24) How many hours a day do you work on average?

Nothing fixed

Q #25) How has being an entrepreneur affected your family life?

My family understands me and my work, I believe half my battles are won there and then. 

Q #26) What motivates you?

Realising, it's not about me.

Q #27) How do you generate new ideas?

I wouldn't like to know that either. Some things are better left to the magic than unraveling the science, it's keeps things interesting.

Q #28) What are your ideals?

How I want to see myself and things around myself.

Q #29) How do you define success?

Like law of attraction, when imagination becomes sustainable reality in any form, that is success to me.

Q #30) Do you believe there is some sort of pattern or formula to becoming a successful entrepreneur?

No, although I feel sense of direction is absolute.

Q #31) What is your favorite aspect of being an entrepreneur?

I don't like giving titles, however the best of my journey so far has been the journey itself. It feels very very real.

Q #32) If you had the chance to start your career over again, what would you do differently?

The way things happen and how they work out, or not, I think we can sometimes  understand it better only when we look back.  Wishing anything was different wouldn't let you be where you are now. I like where I am now. Anyways I don't think I am a very planned person.

Q #33) If you were to write a book about yourself, how would you name it?

The Missing Piece


Koushik Saha. He hold the position of Chief Executive Officer and founder at Content Prism. CEO and Founder at Wedding Vogue |

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