7 Lessons during these 6 Weeks of Lockdown

  What Einstein told us almost 100 years back still holds true. Time is definitely relative; the realization hits us especially hard when the Internet speed defy our viewing capacity. Buying vegetables and grocery is as tough as using vlookup, hlookup, pivot charts and analytics. Every time we believe, we got it right; the boss … Continue reading 7 Lessons during these 6 Weeks of Lockdown

5 Common Biases you may have but don’t know about

5 Biases we all should know about If I have to define bias, I would say it is a personal invalid predisposition.  I welcome others to come up with a simpler definition though.  Five biases that I would like to reflect upon here are; Hindsight Bias – It is when we overestimate our own ability … Continue reading 5 Common Biases you may have but don’t know about

Be a Hero – Freeze

Today’s time has a number of parallels in history, which we as a human race encountered and ultimately triumphed. A number of tragedies when all seemed lost. The most common response attuned in us human beings is of - fight or flight.  However, there is one more response, which though not as popular as the … Continue reading Be a Hero – Freeze

Emotional Drivers – 3

How important are emotions in our life?  Do we really need to be as emotional as we are? Are emotions good or bad for us? Emotional people are weak people.  Emotions coerce us into taking decisions which we regret later.  We should rely only on the left (logical) side of our brain to take wise … Continue reading Emotional Drivers – 3


The last post of mine was on emotions and how mostly we act on their behest without even realizing it.  You enter a departmental store and want to just look around.  You don’t need to actually buy anything, it’s just that you were waiting for your spouse and thought of checking out some latest stuff … Continue reading EMOTIONAL DRIVERS PART-2

The Driver

She was sitting in the coffee bar having tea.  She didn’t order the coffee although coffee sounds much more romantic, cool and a very in beverage compared to tea.  However, the kind of contentment tea offers after that first sip can never be matched by coffee.  I know a lot of people won’t agree with … Continue reading The Driver