Envisioning the future of learning at Life Hike Weeks. Read excerpts from the event.
History has always been written by winners. You can question it, rephrase it, but there is no moving around this simple fact. However, there were always some considerable differences in […]
A couple of years ago, I was attending a lecture series organized by SwissRe insurance. In this lecture series, experts from different sectors highlighted challenges faced by the insurance industry […]
Pandemic has changed the concept of meeting and so does the in-person meetups. Instead of gathering at a park, cafe; During the entire last week, I gathered with others on […]
Summarizing my journey from unknown to fear, anxiety to acceptance, and helplessness to optimism.
Sharing is caring and it is better to share than hide. If you have faced similar situations, please share.
Art helps in visualization of thoughts, healing of thoughts, and making your ideas to come out more nicely. After many years of thinking, I decided to take my hands on sketching on a regular basis as a fun activity. The result were astonishing. This is my journey!
Never had the fear of speaking in public or learning a new language but I did have perfection syndrome that prevented me to even share some of my skills openly with others. This year, I decided to come out of this shadow and do something I always wanted to do but somehow holding me back. So, this is my story of overcoming hesitation in just 7 days. Outcomes are very encouraging.
You would regain your confidence, break down initial barriers, become your own motivator, and gain new friends in the process. Hope you will also do the same in the year 2020.
How do you make a decision? What drives you to make this decision? Are you unsure of your decision? These are some of the things go in any individuals mind before making any decision. I got an opportunity to participate in a wonderful session hosted by Dirish Mohan on some of these questions.
My 2 cents on recently concluded 2019 Indian General Elections.
A recent article in The New York Times suggests that Human contact became luxury in today’s time with the presence of a lot of screens. In that context, my little self-journey of rediscovering old bonds can be helpful to someone.