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One fine Tuesday night, I distinctly remember in February of 2010, I was home in London with my wife when the phone rang
It is one thing to be successful and provide for your family. It is quite another to open a door for your child, show him how the world could work when the odds were against you-without preaching one word.
The genius words of Sarah Hurwitz baked in the spell binding speech delivered by Michelle Obama last week is a true testament to great content.
Stories do something to all of us, they help us internalize the message at our own pace and we initiate the change on our
However, when you write something so personal all kinds of challenges arise. The time has come for me to share about my journey and the lessons that have made me who I am today. I hope that my journey will in some way inspire you to greatness!
Paul grew up and became a psychiatrist. He eventually settled in Denver. As he prescribed medications to the institutionalized
As I close my eyes, my memories wander. If by chance the bus has empty seats, the guests seat themselves. They look out of
Which preconceived notion (graffiti) of our generation you want our children to be oblivious to? Interested in your thoughts in the comments section. If you like the read, share it with your network.
My memories took me back to my late teen years- to dinners hosted by my friend's father during my undergraduate days. Whenever he had work near our vicinity, he would visit our college. He would host us for special meals at the guesthouse away from the student kitchen.
Summer STEM camps provide girls with an opportunity to experience the fascinating world of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). For girls new to STEM, summer programs provide a fun way to explore unfamiliar subjects -- potentially discovering new areas of interest.
Among Steve Job's top 10 favorite books, there is only one business book on innovation. It is by Clayton Christensen. All this happened for Clayton in his 40's/50's! Here is his story.
Why people embark on a journey to show up at an Indian wedding is more than a social obligation -- to engage, to enjoy, to contribute, to participate and above all feel good about themselves and for the people around them.
In trying to understand people better and communicate more simply, colors have propelled my life in immeasurable ways -- from jubilant moods to more self-awareness.
When it comes to the latest marketing trends or figuring out which designer decided flared pants should make a come back, Google always delivers. When it comes to solving my most frustrating career challenges, not so much. This is why I decided to take a more "old school" approach -- I asked a real life person, whose career and personal choices I admire and value for their advice.
Every morning, she would gather us all around and she would heat up the freshly milked pot from the home cows.
My early days after graduation were a struggle of a different kind -- not subject matter expertise but having deep meaningful conversations on technical subjects. My work centered on core analytics -- statistics and related technical subjects.
I was recently told by a guy that he didn't think it was a good idea for us to continue dating because I was "too career-oriented." [Insert the deer in headlights, eyes bulging emoji].
We know that empowering youth can be as simple as listening to them. And when youth are actively engaged in a problem that concerns them, outcomes are better.
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