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Signs of an entrepreneur

Signs of Entrepreneurship - Bhavya Barot

Want to find the future entrepreneurs in a room full of teenagers? Look for the boys and girls who like to break a rule from time to time. This makes sense when you realize that entrepreneurs are the ones who disrupt industries, chafe against the status quo and spark a good revolution. PsychCentral even reported, “New research has found a childhood pattern of antisocial tendencies among...


Bhavya Barot - ADHD

I’m a firm believer that we should all admire the things about our challenges that make us who we are. No, I can’t sit for too long, but that’s why I’m fit. No, I don’t always think before I act, but that’s why I’m direct and honest with everyone I meet. No, I didn’t learn as well as others in the traditional classroom setting, but that’s why...

We try so hard to fit in but are so afraid to fit out

We try so hard to fit in but are so afraid to fit out - Bhavya Barot

I am here right now at an event for Nachle Tour Kenya at Venom. First of its kind in the country where all the top local artists have come together. It is an amazing observation to analyze various types of people that I have noticed where everyone wants to go for event x and event y. Everyone works too hard to blend in from clothes, cars, lifestyle, friends and so much more. I guess that’s...

How to Pick Your Life Partner

Bhavya Barot - How to pick your life partner

To a frustrated single person, life can often feel like this: And at first glance, research seems to back this up, suggesting that married people are on average happier than single people and much happier than divorced people.1 But a closer analysis reveals that if you split up “married people” into two groups based on marriage quality, “people in self-assessed poor marriages are fairly...

Why Worry?

Bhavya Barot - Worrying

“Why worry? If you have done the very best you can. Worrying won’t make it any better. If you want to be successfull respect one rule: Never let failure take control of you. Everybody has gone through something that has changed them in a way that they could never go back to  the person they once were. Relations are like electric currents; wrong connections will give you shocks...

Lessons from playing Games

Bhavya Barot - Lessons from playing Games

I am an addict of playing games, however I don’t like playing any kind of games. I am very specific in terms of the games I play. When I was young I was introduced to Rollercoaster Tycoon and since then I am attracted to games that involve money management and growth. I am not going to lie, I love control. Leading the change, leading with my vision in place and making people work around my...


Bhavya Barot - Life's Mission

I took a vow that if I live, my life’s mission is going to meet her and hug her so tight. She gave me a reason for hope. I wrote her name with my own blood, just remember that and you’ll know how much she means to you. I don’t care about anything all I want is her to be happy whether she is my dreams or in real life. She means everything to you, no one else will. She is your...


Bhavya Barot - Money Speaks Different Languages

  Railroad industry tycoon Alfred Vanderbilt, who decided last-minute not to return to the U.S. on the Titanic, but ironically, died three years later during the sinking of the RMS Lusitania Fashion makes us think of cloths and designs fleeting in popularity, while the wordstyle connotes “individual decisions” about what to wear—decisions which are able to refuse outside influence. What you...


Bhavya Barot - Why it sucks to be normal

Normal is getting dressed in clothes that you buy for work and driving through traffic in a car that you are still paying for in order to get to the  job you need to pay for the clothes and  the car, and  the house you leave vacant all day so  you can afford to live in it. How does all this make any sense? Being normal should be hated so much imagine another man gets  to tell  you how much money...


Bhavya Barot - To all those beginners

Nobody tells this to people who are beginners, I wish someone told me. All of us who do creative  work, we get into it because we have good taste. But there is this  gap. For  the first couple years you make stuff, it’s not that good. It’s trying to  be good, it has potential, but it’s not. But your taste, the thing that got you into the game, is  still killer. And taste is why...

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Bhavya Barot


Bhavya Barot is the co-founder of BioCard and LXR. Started out with no money, no network, no support and no business knowledge. Bhavya helped to remarkable software standards, exponentially improved support services, minimized software timelines and made softwares' affordable. He is known for his development of innovations in various industries and the society. He is a weird misfit (It is worn as a badge of honor) who is obsessively attentive to detail, ruthlessly competitive, calm in a crisis, willing to make tough decisions, great at spotting talent and generous.

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