A few days back, someone gifted me a Fitbit. Without knowing much, I started using it. It was quite fascinating. It could measure everything I did – how many steps I took, what was my activity level per hour, how was my heart beating… Everything. I enjoyed watching how many calories I burnt, how well… Read more
Once of upon a time there lived two friends, Heart and Brain. Brain used to think a lot. Heart used to feel a lot. Brain had a lot of data, Heart had a lot of feelings. Brain could predict what is going to happen next day, Heart would never worry about the next day. Brain… Read more
After a stressful day, I was at a toy shop waiting for my wife and son to arrive. The stress was work related, arising out of fear of losing something after trying very hard. We were working with a client for past few months to develop the requirements, help them define KPIs and optimum action… Read more
In real life, there are no road-signs that tell you how successful you are or whether you are headed in the right direction or how fast you are going or where you are likely to reach. If you are talented, bold enough to follow your heart and work with passion you may become a legend.
One week in Mumbai taught me so many management lessons!!
My missing flight was an inconsequential event. But I chose to react to it to change the future course. May be life is integration of all these small inconsequential things which we choose not to react to.
I am an overworked, over-travelled corporate worker who always chases some deadlines or targets. Ever since, I crossed 40, I am trying to lead balanced life. In true corporate style, I started to look at my life analytically. By prevalent working norms in workaholic Singapore, I leave my office rather early at 630 PM. I… Read more
You think you have figured it all out! You have seen enough of world to know what would work and what won’t. And then something comes along which completely contrasts whatever you know and still achieves better results and teaches you a new contrasting way to do the same thing. It happened to me when… Read more
September 23 was a red letter day for Indian diaspora as their completely homemade spaceship – Mangalyaan (in Sanskrit it means rocket for mars) reached mars orbit and sent their first pictures. There were several records broken At $74million this was the cheapest mission to mars. India became the first country in Asia to reach… Read more
It was my first face to face exposure to a sportsman of International calibre. The event was titled Leadership in Sports. I must say I was enthusiastic but a bit sceptical about the event for Sehwag was neither an established leader, not a known orator and had nothing much to do with management. The beauty… Read more