Rahul Varshneya interviews Ben Huh, CEO and Founder of Cheezburger on how entrepreneurs can manage failure and what it means to be successful.

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Written by lyceum
472 days ago

Rahul: Talk with you next year! West coast time! ;)



Written by lyceum
482 days ago

Great to hear that Rahul. How are things in CA? Do you like (LOL)cats? If so, check out TheModulator.org's Friday Ark blog post carnival. We will have a talk about Arkenea in the near future...



Written by rvarshneya
482 days ago

Things are awesome! :) I look forward to having a conversation with you soon!



Written by lyceum
482 days ago

Rahul: Talk with you soon again about past failures and future successes!



Written by rvarshneya
482 days ago

Look forward! :)



Written by tcamba
483 days ago

This is definitely inspiring! Got a little bit teary eyed from what he said about waking up, looking in the mirror and seeing a failure. I can totally relate!



Written by rvarshneya
483 days ago

Wow thank you! Do leave your awesome comment on my blog as well!



Written by Herby
483 days ago

Another award winning entrepreneur interview Thanks for sharing Rahul.



Written by rvarshneya
483 days ago

Thank you Herby!



Written by tiroberts
483 days ago

Great interview. It's important to face your fears, when you do that's when you have your biggest breakthrough. Thanks for sharing this inspiring interview on BizSugar.com.

Ti



Written by rvarshneya
483 days ago

Thank you!



Written by lyceum
483 days ago

Rahul: Thanks for doing this interview! Very inspiring. I will continue to fall forward... I wrote a piece on Open Forum (AMEX) in 2009: Five Lessons Learned from my Start-up — And why I’d Do it Again.



Written by rvarshneya
483 days ago

Thank you!



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