This post first appeared in Outlook Money (March 2021) No, this is not an article on Covid19, or on the importance of planning your finances
Life is filled with examples of the Say-Do gap. And, work life is no different. Take the case of wanting to improve on existing standards.
“Customer Experience” (CX) is quite the buzzword, these days. In corporate meeting rooms, and on industry panels – every one seems to be talking about
This post first appeared in the Digital Marketing Consultants Special edition of Aug 2016 in Consultants Review, and is based on previous blog posts written on the Think!
This post first appeared in the CIOReview magazine in Nov 2015… On Monday, 24 Aug 2015, 1 in 7 people on Earth used Facebook to
This post was also featured on YourStory… Start your own business, and you will soon discover that the life of an entrepreneur is full of dilemmas
Many years ago, I came across an intriguing little book called ‘The Book of Questions’. It was full of questions. No answers. But, it made
This post was also featured on YourStory… On countless occassions, I have heard folks lament about their jobs and how they wish they could simply
Many things change with time, but not every thing changes for the better. One such phenomenon I can think of is the lost art of
Many a times, I have offered helpful advice to friends on how to improve their photography skills. While some of them are absolute beginners, others
I came across another gem from the Dumb Little Man, this time thanks to Jay White (the founder) republishing an older post entitled “Things to
I was at home, pondering over the problem of finding shelf-space for my ever-increasing book collection, when I chanced upon yet another thought-provoking piece by Kevin