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August 1, 2011

Reviving My Blog

On the last day of every month I find myself doing a recap of all the things that I have achieved as well as those I have not been able to achieve during this period. It helps to setup right priorities for the coming month with each subsequent review making the next month easier. Those - Read More -

February 1, 2011

Feb 1: Required Weekly Reading

I tend to do a lot of reading online on a daily basis. As such, I come across many articles that I enjoy and believe would be useful to a lot of individuals, specially those who read this blog. I will hence be posting one entry weekly, with a list of the best posts I - Read More -

January 16, 2011

Automating Inventory Management

I came across this video a while ago, I thought it was fascinating as well as a little disturbing, all at the same time! Sometimes we do not realize how far technological advancement has really come. If you have seen any video or article which talks about advancements in automation, I would really like to - Read More -

December 31, 2010

Looking Forward to 2011

The last 2 months have been the longest that this blog has gone without being updated since it’s inception almost three years ago. I remember quite vividly, sitting down three years ago, towards the end of December and thinking that I wanted to start blogging. I do believe that it has been one of the - Read More -

September 16, 2010

Founder Institute

I have just applied for the Founders Institute program in Singapore. The Founder Institute is a startup-mentorship program with an enviable list of mentors and advisors on their panel. The program is structured around a 16 week course that covers the fundamental aspects of building a solid foundation for any business. The focus is specifically - Read More -

June 22, 2010

The Airport Pickup

Image by thewamphyri Airport pickups used to be really exciting when I was growing up. Over the years, with a considerably heavier traveling schedule across families and business, that level of excitement has decreased to an almost non-existent one. Today I had an airport pickup. I was picking up my mother whom I had not - Read More -

January 23, 2010

A Lack of Sleep can Kill you

A month ago, many of us heard about the sad demise of Ranjan Das from Bandra, Mumbai. Ranjan, just 42 years of age, was the CEO of SAP-Indian Subcontinent, the youngest CEO of an MNC in India. He was very active in sports, was a fitness freak and a marathon runner. It was common to - Read More -

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