Bike Ride: Dominar 250 1st Solo

Having recently acquired a Dominar 250, and in a hurry to get the 1st service done, did a short 200Km ride on the backroads. As usual, the route map. Headed North, then turned East and then South, then West to reach home. One good part of staying in the outskirts is the ease of getting... Continue Reading →

Reading: Solitude and Leadership

Sometimes, you need to put down your book, if only to think about what you’re reading, what you think about what you’re reading....The position of the leader is ultimately an intensely solitary, even intensely lonely one. However many people you may consult, you are the one who has to make the hard decisions. And at such moments,... Continue Reading →

Reading: ‘Tell me about yourself’

Relax, be yourself and tell the truth. Don’t approach the interview like you’re auditioning for Broadway.from This is the best answer I ever received to ‘Tell me about yourself’—after 20 years of interviewing Having taken a lot of interviews and given a fair share in the past, there is no standard answer. Your answer, or... Continue Reading →

Reading: How to Be Patient in an Impatient World

The upside of convenience is short-lived. The downside is constant and perpetual. And when we’re optimizing our lives for convenience, we’re setting ourselves up for a near-constant sense of irritation and entitlement. ....All the best things in life—the things with the biggest payoff that give our lives the most meaning—they all require a certain threshold for... Continue Reading →

Reading: Great Leaders Understand Why Small Gestures Matter

What if we took just a moment to think a little smaller, to act a lot more humbly, to elevate the person-to-person interactions that lead to more meaningful relationships? from Great Leaders Understand Why Small Gestures Matter While the article mostly focus on small gestures from business perspective, these smaller gestures often have lasting impact on... Continue Reading →

Bike Ride: Mettur Circuit

The route map - 565Km of meditating on two wheels. My usual Spring ride called the "Ides of march Ride", though sometimes it happens in April. For some reason spring isn't really here. Pretty much no flower laden trees. That was one of three disappointments I had on this ride. I started a little late... Continue Reading →

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