An impetus – is what I search for when I need to move and do something that I deem productive. In the context of this article, being productive implies taking up a new course, writing pieces for this blog, or … Continue reading 2020’s new impetus
If one follows the saying, don’t pay heed to what people say behind your back, there is a high chance for you to impede your professional development. Although it is counter-intuitive, selective attention to what others say can also help … Continue reading Pay heed to what others say of you
Whenever I meet the “expert”, a recurring chain of thought I get in hindsight is, “If only I had that person’s personality, I would be better in my skill”. Continue reading The key to honing a personality change
My honeymoon days of using a checklist last usually for 3-6 weeks.So just as productive they can be, checklists are also counter-productive. Continue reading Checklists can be counter-productive
From my experience, a group that keeps the differences intact performs way better than groups that strive for achieving cohesiveness in thinking. Continue reading Keep the differences in a team
A common-good is “what is shared and beneficial for all or most members of a given community”. A question that puzzles me is on a scale of how good a common-good can be, where does the internet stand? Continue reading How good can the common-good be?
Once upon a time, it was effortless to fire away dreams with three simple words: “I wanna be…”. Is it simple to stay on course? Continue reading Moving towards something that you’re not
After attending the first lecture on September 17th, I was already on the lookout for when the Christmas break would begin. I remember giving out a big sigh when I thought about the 12 looming weeks ahead of me. [something … Continue reading When it gets busy, wind down
How often do I test myself in breaking mental barriers? How often should one do? Sometimes it is nice not to know too much, and break the barriers.
Continue reading My 8 hour walk the walk – And the message at the end.
If one man in his lifetime can do such a fantastic job why can’t we ‘the public and the government’ do it. It is complete indifference that blinds us. Continue reading The Mysore Palace Vs Hasta Shilpa