Sushrut Munje

About Sushrut Munje and his background as a writer, poet and an entrepreneur. Career spans Hammer and Mop, Mr. Homecare and SILA - real estate services.

Built brand Hammer and Mop ground up – which was merged into Mr. Homecare (a SILA company). Core strengths include brand development, customer service, operations management, business development, training & consulting in the home services sector, sourcing quality supply and setting up communications processes.

Currently heading Marketing, Retail Strategy, eCommerce at Eské.

Experiential learning and offering ‘playgrounds’ to my team is something I strongly believe in. Starting up at the age of 20 was the result of doing the most doable thing in the given circumstances. Rather than cleaning as a task, the way we clean motivates me (and my team). We have ended up adding our personality to every aspect of doing business, and that’s what makes it fun for us. Like an ever evolving meaningful experiment capable of ensuring happiness for thousands, while making serious amount of money in the process – that is what makes it so beautiful.

While work requires me to focus on multiple aspects of building a business, writing remains my favourite form of expression. The best conversations for me happen with a single person, face to face, with body often speaking louder than words, thus making the experience complete. Similarly, the thoughts best come out with me typing away, conversing with self. I do hope to evolve with time, and reading the works of a number of authors inspires.

My content includes:

  • poetry
  • interviews
  • insights on customer service & management

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  2 comments for “Sushrut Munje

  1. Mark Rogers
    July 19, 2015 at 1:52 pm

    Hi Shushrut, Sorry for posting this here; I couldn’t see another way to contact you.

    My name is Mark.

    I noticed that you tweeted a great article, ‘To overcome an irrational fear…’ on Seth’s Blog.

    I was hearing from my readers that they wanted something more in depth about cognitive approaches to overcoming fear, so I went ahead and created this post:

    If you have time I’d love for you to check it out, and if you like it, it would be awesome if you could share it or maybe leave a comment.

    Mark Rogers Ph.D (Behavioral neuroscience)

    • Sushrut Munje
      July 19, 2015 at 4:19 pm

      Thanks, Mark. On it!

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