“Do feelings of deprivation drive entrepreneurs and economies?,” asks Rosabeth Moss Kanter, a professor at Harvard Business School. After watching ‘The Social Network‘ one evening this week, I was left with feelings of inspiration and speculation, much to do with the same question.
Speaking at Startup School [continue reading...]
We have so many choices these days, and so little time to make a choice. From the choice of the right breakfast cereal to the choice of the right health insurance, we are trapped in an endless spiral of everyday choices.
Last night, I watched a TEDGlobal talk by Sheena [continue reading...]
Michael Levine once said, “Having children makes you no more a parent than having a piano makes you a pianist.” While some may own but hate a piano, a pianist only has true gratification and unconditional love for it.
A recent article in the New York Magazine, titled “All [continue reading...]
Another year has nearly come to an end. A new decade is set to begin. It’s amazing how time just whisks away.
What’s also amazing is how much we can learn about ourself in time just by paying a little more attention to that sound in our head. After a [continue reading...]
When the student is ready, the teacher will appear.
This beautiful Buddhist proverb is a true declaration of an open mind, a mind of a learner. Ever since I heard this proverb, I often wondered if it reflected more than what meets the eye.
A few years ago, I discussed [continue reading...]