Derek Sivers brilliantly illustrates how movements take off.Read More How to start a movement – Derek Sivers
It’s always beneficial to have our own personal, trusted coach to advice us on our performance anyday. How nice it would be if that trusted leader helped us understand how good a leader we are? Here’s the Tao Te Ching doing just that – the following two paragraphs are reproduced from Guy Leekley’s lovely translation […]Read More Leading – the Tao Te Ching way!
And that my friends is a quote from Nassim Taleb’s thought provoking book “Antifragile: Things that Gain from Disorder”. Good technology he maintains allows the job to be done without drawing attention to itself. Take the Nike hyperfeel shoe for instance – it prides on making the runner feel the ground he is running on […]Read More Technology is at its best when it is invisible
No we aren’t talking about sitting. Nor about singing for that matter. The word simply means the company of the highest truth (or good company). While all spiritual masters have recommended keeping the right company (do check out shankaracharya’s bhajagobindam where he teaches us that satsang (good company) is the starting point for liberation itself), […]Read More Satsang – the art of keeping the right company
A while back on a lazy afternoon, me and a fellow team member were chatting and sipping tea. The discussion moved on to an acquaintance I hadn’t heard from in a while. I asked her how this acquaintance – her friend was. She replied ”she was fine the last time I heard..and by the way, […]Read More Friends, coworkers – and leadership