The approach that matters

“I hear, and I forget. I see, and I remember. I do, and I understand.”

-Chinese proverb

This proverb, if you fully grasp its meaning, will bring a smile of gratitude on your face. A smile that says that it took three small sentences to teach you the most important part of any activity, be it a project, a discussion or the latest trend in town – start ups. If you’ve figured it out and are already flying out with the idea you’ve been meaning to implement, I couldn’t wish you better luck. If not yet, let me give you a reason or two and you will, in not more than a few minutes, will be flying with your friend, idea in hand. … 


East or West?


East or West?

As I begin writing, I instinctively picture my brother holding out a red and a blue candy in each of his hands out to a 4 year old me. “Choose one”, he says, and the biggest dilemma of my or in fact anyone’s life begins. Choosing has never been the best of the things we are made to do- yes, MADE to do. As a child, I always wanted both, but time flew and I realized choosing wasn’t confined only to candy. There was a lot to come. … 


Who are You?

Yes, Who are you?

You read those three words and roll your eyes instinctively. The voice inside your head tempts you to abandon the topic at line one and go back to, say singing cats. Just when you are about to give in, a little voice squeaks out its wish that you go on. So, if you are happy with who you are, congratulations! You have achieved what we all crave for. If you wish to proceed, welcome to the family. …