It would be tepid to classify it as annoying! I am not merely annoyed; I am really, really appalled and disgusted. I’ve been sitting in the car since nearly two hours but my ride that began from my house in Gurgaon till my office in Jasola has still not ended. And this is a daily occurrence. The ride, which as per its distance should … Continue reading The ‘Car’avan Life
(Part 1) Even after what seems like eons ago, I can still conjure my first teacher’s face in my mind. On the eve of Teacher’s Day, when I, along with my crazy group of 170 odd school friends, all of whom are part of this common Whats App group, exchange jokes trying to reminisce those good old days and recall each teacher’s distinct mannerisms and … Continue reading To Sir, with Love!
(Part 2) Muskaan, which literally translates into a smile is actually engaged in doing just that…an NGO that works with children afflicted by intellectual disability and looks after their special needs. What fascinates me is the exceptional role of the special teachers at Muskaan, who work for bringing the smiles back on the faces of these numerous children with different abilities by imparting them the … Continue reading Teachers with a Midas touch
To me, a team or an individual is as good as his or her boss, leader, mentor, CEO or whosoever he or she looks up to for guidance as “leadership is about doing the right things”. Every corporate entity in a position of power with a team or set of individuals working under them need to be ‘doing the right things’ or in other words, … Continue reading The ‘Karma’ Cauldron