And the life begins..

"The fishermen know that the sea is dangerous and the storm terrible, but they have never found these dangers sufficient reason for remaining ashore." — Vincent Van Gogh, Painter After close to 10 years of association with TCS, I would be moving out to explore new seas and face different storms. And, the reason is sufficient... Continue Reading →

Happy New Year 2016

After a long time, I am writing a blog to mark the end of year 2015 and welcome 2016. Overall, the year 2015 turned out to be positive and productive on both professional and personal fronts. Hope 2016 brings more fortune and prosperity in all your lives. Cheers.

3 reasons to NOT change in 2014

A very interesting article read recently in my company's micro-blog site. Hope you enjoy reading as much as I did. We invented ‘Zero’. Guess we also invented ‘Timepass’ , ‘Day Dreaming’ & ‘planning which usually FAILS’.  How so very often have we wanted to change things in our life, also knew the methods & ways... Continue Reading →

Book: “How Rich People Think”, Steve Siebold

This new year begins with excerpts from the book of Steve Siebold. Steve Siebold, author of ‘How Rich People Think’ spent nearly three decades interviewing millionaires around the world to find out what separates them from everyone else. It had little to do with money itself. It was about their mentality. “[The middle class] tells... Continue Reading →

Ganesh Festival 2013

गणपती बाप्पा मोर् या... पुढच्या वर्षी लवकर या The time has come when we say 'Good bye' to Lord Ganesha and tell him to visit next year at the earliest. The 10-day festival was full of joy, celebration and positivity around us. This year too, the Lord Ganesha came to many houses, won our hearts,... Continue Reading →

Choice, Not Chance… Part 2

As the famous adage referred in my earlier post "Choice, Not Chance...", the destiny of any human is being decided by the choices made and not by any chance/luck. But, with further deliberation, it raises a question in my mind - "Have we already selected each of our choices at different stages?" In popular trilogy... Continue Reading →

What comes after 24?

The answer seems to be very simple, isn’t it? Well, most of you will think the correct answer is 25. But, just think again before jumping to any conclusion. Did the question ever say anything about order like ascending or descending? Or, forget order… Does our question here tell that “24” is a part of... Continue Reading →

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