Category Archives: happ’y’ness

Sharing a thought: Perception has value

“When you take up a challenge or a new venture, the perception people have of you as a person changes forever and that shift in perception is often worth more than your success or failure.”

Sharing a thought: Perception has value

“When you take up a challenge or a new venture, the perception people have of you as a person changes forever and that shift in perception is often worth more than your success or failure.”

The 140 characters on my grave

Death can be a powerful tool to look within. It’s a miracle how we often live without respecting this unimaginable force of nature. It’s certainly not something that happens only to others.  Often when something unthinkable happens, I step back and

The 140 characters on my grave

Death can be a powerful tool to look within. It’s a miracle how we often live without respecting this unimaginable force of nature. It’s certainly not something that happens only to others.  Often when something unthinkable happens, I step back and

Did you visit your Chocolate factory?

“There’s plenty of money out there. They print more every day. But this ticket, there’s only five of them in the whole world, and that’s all there’s ever going to be. Only a dummy would give this up for something

Did you visit your Chocolate factory?

“There’s plenty of money out there. They print more every day. But this ticket, there’s only five of them in the whole world, and that’s all there’s ever going to be. Only a dummy would give this up for something

No issue is too small if it troubles you. Rahul Bose explains why.

I recently attended a talk by well-known actor Rahul Bose on a topic that although important is often ignored. He opened the session by talking about a high-level belief held by most people – “you need to be personally successful

No issue is too small if it troubles you. Rahul Bose explains why.

I recently attended a talk by well-known actor Rahul Bose on a topic that although important is often ignored. He opened the session by talking about a high-level belief held by most people – “you need to be personally successful

Making decisions: Big picture vs. Tiny picture

Recently I did a small exercise: I reflected on every important decision I have made both on the personal and work front, and pin-pointed why I did it – was it because the big picture was working out for me

Making decisions: Big picture vs. Tiny picture

Recently I did a small exercise: I reflected on every important decision I have made both on the personal and work front, and pin-pointed why I did it – was it because the big picture was working out for me