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Good Morning World: WFH is just a change of venue.
Categories: Culture, Learning, People, Philosophy, Pune, Self, Society, Work • Tags: existentialism, Good Morning World, India, Learning, Life, Mental Health, Pune, Self, Social Media, Society, thebengali, Wellness, WFH, Work, Work Culture, Work From Home
A tribute to educator and hospitality industry rockstar, Sanjeev Kacker, who retires as HOD Food and Beverage, IHM Dadar, Mumbai.
It was my first trip to Noida. First trip to our vendor’s office. Peak Pacific, founded by Aviation Learning Technology guru and stalwart, Kishor Mistry, was a startup in its first year. We had a couple of big clients and one of the critical projects was being developed by our vendor, a big services company. The project hadn’t been moving as expected. The CEO Kishor asked me to go down to the vendor office and see if we could move […]
One day I will pass on And all that I hold dear Would cease to matter For they were dear only to me. The world, shall go on Lives would continue Family, friends, relationships Would change. And there would be new relationships, new pathways, as usual. One day these roads will cease to exist And all those destinations they connected Would find new avenues to communicate The World, shall go on People, nations, seasons Would change. And there would be […]
I love all this new User Xperience (UX) stuff, just love it. Companies, brands, apps, designers, engineers are all into it and everybody together is getting very good at taking decisions for the user (that’s me in this case). In fact, they are so brilliant at UX that they already know what I want, when I want it, how, and they just deliver it without even me having to ask for it: they pre-deliver solutions before I even realise what […]
Life is actually a ping pong ball. It is so too. If you don’t believe me, roll yourself down the road and see how your life goes round and round with every gust of wind. Well, it’s a theory anyway. Or so my good friend, TT Singh, sitting in Delhi tells me. Now TT Singh had beaten me in the finals of our club ping pong tournament and as you can imagine he never stops harping about it. That was […]
(Short story from the publication, The First Book of Nobodyness) In my third year of employment, I got a shock. I have always taken great pride in not having a heart that could be rocked by mundane matters of daily routine. For instance, it has never bothered me which chair I sat in or, in which corner of the room my chair was positioned. Over the past three years, my seating place was shuffled all across the room. As a […]