Last few days, couple of times I was part of discussion on "time". Right from how can people find time to do so much to how I waste my time on social media or internet surfing, we spent time talking about time. As a result..
Don't reinvent the wheel, Follow set practices Learn from the mistakes of others Listen to the advice of our forefathers Some pearls of wisdom as they say Could come your way As Solicited opinion or otherwise While in the pursuit of new highs Good as guidance Great as checkpoint Bad as boundary Worse as starting… Continue reading The answer can be ME
As a kid, I was always interested in astronomy but science, in particular physics never interested me. Other branches of science i.e. chemistry and biology, weren't appealing either. I remember studying (or should I reading) catalyst in chemistry. Something to do with making the chemical reaction quicker. Many years later, I came across an article… Continue reading Be a catalyst
You wake up feeling restless Can't sleep feeling distressed You see days pass by Wondering how, where and why Days turn into weeks Weeks to months Months to year And comes a point When you start to fear So you start to introspect If things are wrong How to correct If things are good How… Continue reading One thing is clear
Some of the quotes and excerpts, which motivate me, which I have experienced, which I believe in and can relate to from The Alchemist
Having worked in data, design and analytics field for quite sometime (actually good number of years), anything and everything that I see and experience, goes through the cycle of observation and analysis (also introspection) and in a (sometimes ending) loop. At times, there are interesting findings and repeat instance of such findings, takes it to… Continue reading The road to digital transformation
From the range of books (and also movies), I have read so far, mystery (or rather the unravelling of mysteries) is my favourite genre. And when it comes to crime mystery, Agatha Christie is one of the bests. I still remember the awe which I was in, after reading the first Agatha Christie (it was… Continue reading Always taken by a surprise