Life/Culture

Brainy resolutions – How to keep your new year resolutions!

I like new year resolutions. Its an once-a-year chance to wipe off all the baggage and start fresh. But most of us struggle to keep them. A friend said “My last year resolutions look shiny and new, I hardly used them!”. Most resolutions relate to health, wealth and family. The common theme being happiness. We […]



How to kill bad days!

It doesn’t bore well to start the new year with a post on bad days. But bad days are as much a part of us as good days. Why do bad days exist?The fact is.. “bad days” don’t exist. They exist only for us. Take any bad day and you’ll find someone, somewhere having a […]



Pushing the limits

It has been quite joyful to learn from my 7 yr old the past couple of days. As with autistic children, he outsmarts us in learning complex things but basic things can be quite challenging for him. Such is the case with swimming. He loves water but its been a challenge to get a trainer […]



The curse of the numbers

As a generation, we are obsessed with numbers now. From size zero, to our bank balance, to country’s GDP and to net run rates, everything is ruled by the numbers. Is there something wrong with it? Nothing at the first glance. But obsessing over it like a 6 year old would over a pizza is […]



Close that (news) tap!

The day I stopped checking newspaper (the paper based on online) for news but logged in to the facebook, I realized that the world has changed – at least for me. I don’t know if I have changed or the world around me has changed  – its a bit of both – but it is […]



Thousand lives

The saying goes that some live one life during their lifetime while others live thousand lives. What does living thousand lives mean?. Its not cloning yourself obviously. But when I look around, I can identify people who lived thousand lives. Here’s how I identify them 1. They are happy with their life (contentment)2. They do […]



Guy Kawasaki’s interview with Moira Gunn

Brilliant interview by Guy Kawasaki with Moira Gunn on her new book “Welcome to Biotech Nation“. Some facts are shocking and others very close to my heart. Moira is very articulate and does a great job of explaining “Biotech” and how it relates to us today. Some excerpts of the interview: It was shocking to […]