From childhood we are taught to question ourselves if we ever think outside the box. We are chiseled and crafted to not just box our thinking and curiosity within the confines of centuries old learning boundaries or as simple as wear a uniform across our formative years to be like everyone, but to also think & understand & act in a uniform regimented manner. Anyone who ever dares to feed their unique thoughts and convert them into their own unique actions are tempered to toe the line and be like others.
In 1997, an irrational optimist, in his own words, Reed Hastings along with a carpooling partner Marc Randolph, had metaphorically speaking, jumped out of an airplane in the confidence that he could catch a bird flying by and had almost fallen splat. In short,… Continue Reading “SHORTSIGHTED LEADERSHIP – PART 2”
An old Turkish proverb says, When a clown moves into a palace, he doesn’t become the king; instead the palace becomes a circus!
Do Interviewers devote the time to prepare themselves in providing an experience that is representative of their Organisational Philosophies as a first exposure to prospective candidates or they just take it with the casual approach that it seems to now have become synonymous with largely…
Will You Ever dare taking a chance at doing what You love?
there are so many events that compel us to think many times whether we belong to the circumstances that we have put ourselves into or whether we deserve the lives we are living… it’s then worthwhile to discover or rediscover our true self to soar as high as our dreams can dare…
Taming the beast of change has never been easy for any living being. Those that did tame it, survived… those who didn’t … well normally never lived to tell the tale of their folly 🤓
Within The Margins Of Errors templates the travesties of operating within the margins of errors dictated by those debilitating influences that can be erased with the nuancing the scope of possibilities 🤓
As Shri Rabindranath Tagore eulogised the perfect nation, so is this attempt to talk of a perfect place where competencies can be fairly traded for happiness and success can be the outcome of collective efforts..
Can we change what we want? What cannot be changed? And how do we ever get to know the difference?