Thriving in a Sharing Economy

by Paul Mampilly
The Sovereign Investor

I had just recited “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening” by Robert Frost in a giant auditorium in Mumbai, India. After my performance, I left the stage. I was supposed to find my way back to my parents.

But I was one of the last performers. The event ended, and people suddenly surrounded me. I couldn’t find my parents anywhere.

I was 5 years old, and like any kid, I panicked because it seemed so scary. This was before cellphones, messaging or any kind of instant communication.

I wondered, how would I ever find my parents? Would someone kidnap me? Would I ever get home again?

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