The Internet was supposed to destroy all advantages a city has over the rural areas. The Internet was supposed to convert all of us into a global community. It did. But the cities have emerged even stronger, everywhere.
The way the human brain learns is different from how it remembers. Good practitioners know how to remember. Good teachers know how to make others learn.
Consider two systems, the first one is 90% reliable and the second one is 99%. The wrong to compare them is to compare the reliability and conclude that the second one is 9% (or 10% if you take 90% as the […]
When you are too far, details are lost. When you are too close, perspective is lost.
I have already returned my rental car, gone through pat downs, my bag has been investigated for the product, and an announcer has been repeatedly shouting “Looking for passenger Sukhdev Singh Chatwal” in a funny American accent. In these conditions, you are asking me to if I would take a later flight for a 200$ voucher. No thanks.
If you are driving at a speed 60 mph (or kmph, it won’t matter) from one city to another and return at 40 mph, then what would be your average speed?
You are standing in a queue waiting to buy food, order drinks, or buy tickets. The queue is long and is moving slowly. You are grumbling about the people standing in the front, why are they asking so many questions, […]
Day 1 Great leaders are great because they handle challenges and setbacks well – John Chambers, CEO, Cisco Real education is like building a house – you set a good foundation first and then you build the house, floor by floor. Traditional […]
Ownership is an innate human desire, except, we make the mistake of confusing it with control. In the name of ownership, we end controlling things, and then we end up wasting disproportionate time reasserting our control. How to differentiate between ownership and control? A simple rule […]
Getting Inside After getting misdirected once to 436 Hill St, San Francisco which is the old original address which does not exist anymore, I eventually reached 5 Wood St, San Francisco. It was the time of sunset, I knew I […]