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A day in the life: IIMA #2

I posted about my typical day during PGP1 some time back (although “there is no typical day at IIMA” is what the cliche suggests). It’s been a while after that and I’m almost nearing the end of my time here at this institute. Thought a post describing a day in PGP2 would be appropriate here … Continue reading

On blogs that inspire

It happens quite often, that you happen to be in the middle of something really amazing – but in the race to stay in there, you forget this fact – this feeling of being a part of this amazing thing – and the rare occasion when the realization hits, you feel guilty for having lived … Continue reading

APAD #NYC: turnaround

In a few hours I’ll be on a plane back to India, probably peering through a similar view from the window and thinking about the past four months… If I think about it, there’s so much that happened and that I experienced in this time, yet, it all seems like a blur!

APAD #CBS: Nerdy Thing to do for the day #2

Talk about courses and lectures on the blog But I cannot help but write about this one –  A course titled ‘Napolean’s Glance – the Art of Strategic Intuition’ Now I have always been skeptical about anything that has ‘strategy/strategic’ in their name – and that skepticism stayed for more than 1/3rd of the course..but … Continue reading

The Currency of Business, is not Money?

I was reading the book ‘Never Eat Alone’ by Keith Ferrazzi the other day – it speaks about how relationships and networks are what make businesses and individuals successful. He has put a lot of interesting thoughts out there in the book, but one of them particularly struck me: Businesses run on the currency of … Continue reading

APAD #NYC: Of famines and Holocausts

I went to visit the Jewish Heritage Museum today, which is a memorial of the Jewish Holocaust and Anti-semitism on the suggestion of a friend. The experience, was humbling, terrifying and raised so many questions  about the extent to which humanity can be lost. I also visited the Irish Hunger Memorial – reminiscent of the … Continue reading