Do playing sports help in your development as a leader? The answer is a resounding: YES If you are expecting yourself or your child to become a leader just by playing sports for a session or for a year, then you have misplaced expectations. Participating in sports, whether individual or team, will not give you … Continue reading Sports & Leadership
Book Review: Lean In – Women, Work and Will to Lead
Sheryl Sandberg, the COO (Chief Operating Officer ) of Facebook has presented her thoughts clearly with anecdotal evidence and well found research in her book "Lean in - Women, Work and Will to Lead", published by Alfred A Knopf publishers. A light read littered with gems on leadership, this book seems to be coming-of-age for … Continue reading Book Review: Lean In – Women, Work and Will to Lead
1 year, 50+ posts & 1000+ Views ! Grateful & Blessed !!
Photo by rawpixel.com on Pexels.com What a momentous occasion it is for me that the viewership of my blog which started as an experiment for me to see if I have any writing ability, surpassed 1000 views. To say that I am thrilled that so many of you have subscribed, visited and read my posts … Continue reading 1 year, 50+ posts & 1000+ Views ! Grateful & Blessed !!
Becoming a Leader: 12 qualities to inculcate
Before you are a leader, success is all about growing yourself. When you become a leader, success is all about growing others. -Jack Welch Whether we are aware of it or not, we all are leaders in some respects. No particular title is required to be a leader. As parents we are leaders to our … Continue reading Becoming a Leader: 12 qualities to inculcate
Call of the Valley
Photo by amotherschronicle.com How could rocks and sand and silence make us afraid and yet be so wonderful?— Edna Brush Perkins, 'The White Heart of Mojave' It's amazing how the things we resist provide us with experiences that are unparalleled and once in a lifetime. Sometimes we need to just go with the flow and … Continue reading Call of the Valley
Jeff Bezos – in the midst of a midlife crisis?
Or is it that he is taking the American fundamental right of "pursuit of happiness"*as listed in the Declaration of Independence a little too seriously? It appears that with his "married mistress" he is more in the pursuit of a thrill than a pursuit of happiness, a blissful feeling not obtained by hurting your near … Continue reading Jeff Bezos – in the midst of a midlife crisis?