The spectacle of Kantara!
My personal review of Kannada movie Kantara
Jealousy can’t be selective
Jealousy can’t be selective
When we see someone doing better than us in any area of life or work, there is an emotion of jealousy that crops up almost unknowingly.
We wish for the same success for us as well, without realizing the input that has gone into getting that kind of outcome.
We be jealous because we are self-critical of ourselves, and in the course to achieve what others have done, we change ourselves, and our own lifestyle and sometimes this change has a higher possibility of impacting us negatively.
9 years at Adfactors PR, 9 lessons I have learnt
Today, Adfactors PR completes 25 years of leadership, while I complete my 9 years in my second stint. Here are 9 of the many lessons I have learnt in this alma mater of mine. 1) Consistency – keep hustling, small improvements each day, the value of compounding will start showing up slowly but when it starts building it will build faster than you could realize. Sometimes, it may take time but you will surely win if you don’t quit. 2) Respect and be kind to your people – give them autonomy to think and deliver in their own way – ignore minor issues and mistakes – each one learns and grows in their own unique style – facilitate learning, don’t instruct. 3) Never be judgmental about anyone – experience – who may seem brilliant may turn otherwise and vice-versa 4) Network – and offer to help – the goodwill that you will deposit will give you higher returns whenever youRead More
MS Porrima runs aground at Kihim bea
MSPorrima a #Swiss experimental #ship that runs solely on renewables: solar, wind, and hydrogen power has run aground at #Kihimbeach. It was sailing around the world, having left Osaka, Japan on December 18, 2021. This epochal trip to five continents is part of the TEAM EXPO 2025 Co-Creation Challenge, but sadly now it is beached near #mumbai I tried to pull it out but then i thought let it rest here for sometime PORRIMA – named after the Roman goddess of the future – was the first in the world to circumnavigate the globe using only solar energy under its previous name, ‘#PlanetSolar’. Now, using solar, wind and hydrogen, the 36-metre 100-tonne vessel also utilises #AI Just as lungs remove the CO2 from our blood, the same technique is used to clean seawater, isolate and destroy microplastics, making PORRIMA the only vessel in the word certified to produce and consumeRead More
LinkedIn now lets you add pronouns to your profile
LinkedIn has been evolving to remain relevant for the past couple of years.
It recently took another interesting step to make itself more inclusive in future for every member of the global workforce.
The platform is now allowing users to add their gender pronouns along with their names.
You will be judged if you can’t speak English
Speaking in English with flair and fluency is a kind of a must in the corporate setup and if you are the one who cannot articulate correctly or don’t rightly pronounce few words, you will be judged, even if you have better qualifications and intelligence.
10 things you can do to make this world a better place to live
One thing I learnt in coaching is that first you need to be the change to change the world.
You as an individual can do a lot, without spending a penny. You have so much that you can share and yet receive it back in abundance. In the following list, money is not even mentioned.
Your response shows how learned you are
How you respond to life situations displays your maturity as well your awareness about yourself. The crux of all your education, degrees and experience should build you into a person who knows exactly how to respond appropriately in every situation.
Happy to get certified as a Life Coach
Setting out on a new path, towards transforming lives, towards helping people achieve their full potential.
I work with entrepreneurs, startup-founders, senior leaders and with my own fellow communicators to make major life transitions with clarity, grace and self-compassion.
Fear of failure
The single most universal internal block that supresses our growth is fear of failure, lack of confidence, self-doubt, and lack of self-belief
However, it is also true that in a safe environment people tend to tell the truth about themselves and when they do, it is the responsibility of the leaders to help them cope with the shortcomings. But building others self-belief demands that we release our desire to control them.