Yearly Archive: 2014

Yes You Can, But Are You?

It was 6 in the evening. I was out in the park for my usual evening jogging routine. My routine: 25 rounds of a rectangular park followed by stretching exercises, for a total of an hour in the evening. I…
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Are You Missing The Obvious?

Some time ago, I was preparing a few documents on vendor management for my organization. As part of the work, I was supposed to find ways of vendor retention and satisfaction. Thinking through all the possibilities and doing a bit…
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A Leap of Faith

Science has proved that all of our sensory organs – eyes, ears, nose, tongue, touch can perceive things within a certain range. The eyes can see anything between the colors of the rainbow – from violet to red. We call…
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Book Review: The Dip by Seth Godin

the dip

As you can see from the cover, this book is about quitting. (This is one of the few books that have changed my life. And it’s just 76 pages long!) Seth Godin says that there are a lot of people…
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The Curious Case of Revert Back

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  Consider the following sentences: “I will revert back to you by email.” “Kindly revert back.” “I have sent you a message. Please revert to me as early as possible.” I come across all the above sentences, and their other…
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Theory of Expectations: The Negative Exception

a girl smiling with broken tooth

In continuation with my previous posts on the Theory of Reactions: The Exception and the Norm and the Theory of Expectations: The Exception and the Norm; let us now delve a bit deeper into the concept of an Exception. Recall…
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2 Syndromes Every New Entrepreneur Must Avoid

I am an entrepreneur. I started my first company in the middle of last year. Our strength was the products & services we were offering our clients as a result of the domain expertise we had in our particular industry….
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