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Dear community members,
The Network Capital movement of helping people build meaningful careers has grown from 0 to 150,000 verified members without a single dollar spent on marketing. It has scaled through community support and word of mouth.
NC subscribers have hunger to learn and willingness to share. They are givers at heart and love adding specific value to others. If you know other ambitious and kind people, take 2 minutes and invite them to join Network Capital.
Dear community members,
Last week NC members meet in Delhi for drinks and dinner. It was an evening of interesting conversations with some of the most ambitious people in the city.
In the coming weeks, we are hosting meet-ups in -
Learn skills not taught in school.
Network Capital's 21st century curriculum is designed to help students aged 8 to 18 follow their curiosity. It trains them to learn across disciplines to be young leaders and original thinkers. By the send of the summer school students would have -
Given a public TED-style talk
Published a long-form essay
Learnt critical thinking
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MBA & Masters Mentorship
Every year thousands of NC members make it to top MBA and Masters programs all over the world. We have opened a few slots for 1:1 outcome driven MBA & Masters Mentorship.
If you’re applying for 2024/25 intake, fill this form!
💌 Do stuff that your future self will thank you for - Healthy body, clear mind and loving family. This trifecta seems to cover everything. Consider present actions that will bring you closer to these goals. Your future self will thank you for them and your present self will feel a lot more in control.
💌 Curefit Founder Mukesh Bansal on Building Unicorn Companies and a Unicorn Mindset - In this masterclass, Mukesh shares in-depth insights on building companies, mergers and acquisitions and tangible ways young professionals can make health a priority. He has written a fantastic new book “Hacking Health” that you may want to check out.
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Have a wonderful week ahead.
— Your Network Capital Team
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