I'm a novelist, tech entrepreneur, and host of Dharma Podcasts.
I've studied statistics at Allameh Tabataba'i University and, after a while, started to study software engineering and programming at the same time.
3x founder, but 5x failure, leaving me well-versed in what not to do after ten years as a startup founder.
I started as a web programmer, initially with C# on ASP.NET for more than 5 yrs, then grew up and into a CTO role along with several years as a code monkey, solving first-world problems that I could think up.
For the second time, I grew up and started my own company after three failures in gathering a team.
After many experiences and educating MBA in IMI Business School, I learned to use the entrepreneurial drive and skills from failing to build impactful companies.
For the past few years, my focus has been on strategy and business development, entrepreneurship, being an early-stage Angel Investor, writing books, and mindful life with meditation.
Now I am studying neuroscience, and most of my time is spent researching, reading, writing books, and producing Dharma Podcasts.