Change is the only thing which is constant said a wise man. I realized this practically in my corporate career that in order to be one step ahead of the curve, you have to be flexible, have an open mind, and most importantly - be willing to learn, unlearn, and relearn. That will take you … Continue reading Art lies in changing the key before life changes the lock.
It`s been eight years we lost our best friend, Harish. He had always been known as the comedian, the one who enjoys nothing more than making people laugh. As a student, he was exposed to some pretty rough stuff. His parents worked so hard to put himself through school and keep him happy and fed. … Continue reading Life in Depression (LID)
Farming is an integral part of human evolution in all civilization, we can live without the internet but not without food. Our farmers play a vital role in keeping our daily lives up and running. These people really do magic, they convert a part of our earth into an edible one, this is something fantastic … Continue reading Live to Give
Sarah Jacob opened her eyes, coughed violently and spat up a mouthful of blood over the side of her bunk. Rubbing her eyes and scowling against the sunlight, she slowly and painfully pulled herself to her feet. She limped, dragging each step to the metal basin to perform her morning ablutions. In prison there was … Continue reading The Three Sides of The Coin
There are certain behaviours that do nothing but drag you down, hold you back, and cause you to suffer. Whether exhibited by you personally or by another major figure in your life, these behaviours can rightfully be classed as toxic because of their negative effect on your mental health and wellbeing. They have the power … Continue reading 30 Toxic Behaviours That Should Have No Place In Your Life
The other day, my director sent me in his stead to this TiE conference. It was a lovely conference; perfectly prepared, planned and packaged for a marketing audience. Their slides were so digestible and informative and their examples so on point, I barely stopped taking notes while they were speaking. My biggest take away however … Continue reading Leaning In – In Practice
For most people our first learning about ostriches is that they are the planet's largest birds. Subsequently, we are taught that they lay the largest eggs, lack the power of flight, can outrun most animals and can kick with enough strength to kill a lion. So, when predators approach, they are equally capable to fight … Continue reading Ostriching Out – Avian lessons for Corporate Culture