I grew up with books for company, my childhood influenced by some amazing writers, and my imagination shaped by their magic. These authors conjured up some vibrant characters who were my constant companions through rain and shine and I’d like to make a list to celebrate their contribution to my world. This is by no means an exhaustive list; in fact, it barely scratches the … Continue reading 7 Authors Who Must be a Part of Every Childhood
Some are born leaders; some have leadership thrust at them. Either way, once you assume the charge, there’s no turning back. Leadership may be inherent; it can also be acquired. Either way, the role of a leader is a big responsibility and must be handled with respect. Different leaders find that different tactics and skills work for them. I’ve put together a short list of … Continue reading How to Be a Great Leader
“So it is with children who learn to read fluently and well: They begin to take flight into whole new worlds as effortlessly as young birds take to the sky.” William James Children are highly impressionable; clean slates we can etch epics into. As omnipresent parts of their lives, parents play an important part in authoring the prologues of these epics. And as parents, it … Continue reading Why Should Children Read?
You stop growing the moment you start getting complacent. AF People find happiness in different things. And happiness is always subject to change. You might find happiness in an ice lolly at 5, and discover the same joy at 25 when you manage to get the chicken potpie just right. Personally, I am at a phase in life where I feel happiest when I’m at … Continue reading How to Increase Productivity
When you realize that you’re smaller than a ripple in the smallest lake, smaller than a drop of paint in the Sistine Chapel, smaller even than a raindrop in a tropical storm, that’s when you really start to grow. AF And we can grow only if we are open to change. As a society, we encourage people to be vary of the word ‘change’, unwittingly … Continue reading Anew