Anand Sanwal is late. And I couldn’t be happier.
For many months now, on and off, I have been chasing Sanwal for an interview, and from the very beginning, the thought of it filled me with dread. This is how I actually pictured what would happen once I send him an email. He would read it. And then he would trash it. Publicly. Through his newsletter, which hits the inbox of 3,98,000 people every day. Amongst them, CEOs, unicorn founders across the globe, top-notch venture capital investors in Silicon Valley and across the world, multinational corporations, teachers, students, wannabe analysts, newsletter junkies, pundits and journalists.