Staff Pick : Top 5 Hacks freshly brewed at BHXGoa

Most of the people today are living quick paced, hyper associated lives that expect us to accomplish more with less time. Regardless of whether you're hoping to spare a little time or maybe you need to have a go at something new and shake things up a bit, there are awesome approaches to build your efficiency and in turn the stir a new-wave approach with your offering.


A significant outlook towards hacks see it as a handy solution or magical arrangement however it is quite to be a vital, information driven process. An entrepreneur who is flexible, always hustling, value-oriented and driven to achieve success- working for themselves, they make decisions on the go and are prepared to pivot at a moment's notice. With these qualities comes the need to leverage some creative business hacks that can help them stick to the way they work.

What are Hacks? Hacks in the context of BeachHouse are the product of consistent brainstorming and exchange of perception and practical inspiration. These are learnings or insights that creatives can pick up and use later in their business or personal life - a thoughtfully applied hack goes a long way!

If hack conditioning is used correctly it can elicit a favorable response without there being any prior need for it- designed to help the entrepreneurial mind to stay on top of its game, providing security, convenience, value and balance that may not always be part of the mental equation. Our creators at BHX over the years have culminated a string of hacks - from social to entrepreneurial- they have it all covered!

  • "Not marrying my Art - Create and move on. Don't let your creations define you."


Raja Malhotra, a music producer and sound engineer talks about keeping a line of distinction between what you create and what makes you- essential for fluidity of creation. Your work might assume a different identity every time you undertake it yet the agenda is to keep moving in the face of stagnancy.


  • "Exhaust all permutations and combinations to get the most general solutions. Eg. discuss, discuss, discuss, create an atmosphere of constructive discussions with all the stakeholders inside and outside the company/scope"


It's nice to drown in things after a healthy exercise of discussion. It creates great testing ground for ideas and opinions and also paves way for social benefits of conversation and rapport. Tanmay, a filmmaker shares his hack in light of his creative process and organic creations.

  • "Always start small (Agile Development). The first iteration of the product also known as the (MVP : Minimum Viable Product) should be the product with the least possible features which add value"


Prasad, a Web-developer talks about hierarchy of developing a product. The final, complete set of features is only designed and developed after considering feedback from the product's initial users. Herein, multiple insights can be generated- conduct of the business as a whole, market, product and consumer to arrive onto most qualitative and quantitative means to give birth to a product.


  • "Never compromise on brand USP even if there are temporary benefits. Because that will dilute the brand eventually"


Gitanjali here talks about choosing the right over the easy. Stressing on brand identity, she opines on effective branding with a sustained focus on USP- helping build your reputation, making you stand out from your competition and project your values to attract your ideal client. When exploring your USP it's important to ask; what is that one special thing that no one else has?

  • "Introspection :- NO, not reflection. Just giving time to  oneself to let the mind and heart do whatever it wants - kind of detoxification. Helps in emptying the mind and starting afresh with defined points the next day"


Rujul shares his ideas about starting on his process by using tools of intention and visualization. It helps in emptying the mind and starting afresh with defined points the next day. Introspection gives us the chance to catch ourselves repeating patterns that cause change and creates scope for improving the same.

After all, in the words of Soniya :  It’s not about getting it right, it’s about getting it!

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