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
They say that mental power is human being's greatest weapon but there's no secret about that is there? You think, you do. Every thing that you do each day is created twice. Once in the mind and once in reality. People are just one-friend's-advice or just one-good-morning-whatsapp-story away from realising this but not many realise … Continue reading The Secret Weapon
We are all seated comfortably. Curiosity is killing us all, but at the same time, keeping us alive. Excitement has filled the air but there is plenty of room for anxiety. There is a momentary fluctuation in the lighting line and suddenly a wave of a discomfort colours our faces pale. A young boy sitting … Continue reading The Turning Point
(Written by Nikhil Rao) Rajveer took a brown stone, and threw it as far as he could in a lake near by surrounded by a wide range of thick forest. Immediately, he looked for another stone and threw that stone in the same direction. So what did he wish for? To have the second stone … Continue reading Rajveer. And his learning.
(Written by DTM Dr. Ram Jayaraman) I've attempted to outline below in a brief manner some of the basic elements to keep in mind, while preparing for a speech and then delivering it. While writing the speech, keep in mind that it is going to be orally delivered and NOT read from a book or … Continue reading GIVE A SPEECH
(Written by Toastmaster Madhusudhan V) As I stepped into daffodils, the then VPE said “Suhas will be your mentor” I had heard of a teacher. But mentor? I wondered… As days passed, I thought I had written the best script possible. Until, I would send it to Suhas. The revised version that he would send … Continue reading Muses of the mentor-mentee relationship