Fast and Light

Sometimes, big challenges require a ‘just in case’ approach. When uncertainty is high, pack heavy. Be prepared for any eventuality. Secure responsiveness and flexibility into the approach. Fast and light is the other alternative. Commit to the cause, take only what you need, and get it done. It’s riskier. It’s faster. It’s really useful to […]

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Plans in Motion

It requires less energy to change the direction of an object in motion than it does to put it into motion, to begin with. Sometimes we get so caught up in coming up with the perfect plan, idea, product or business that we never start. We delay just in case we don’t get it right. […]

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Action Centered

There is a time to plan, a time to dream a time to cast grand visions of the future. It creates clarity, stirs hope and possibility. What it does not do, is get things done. It’s great to speculate about the future or create theoretical models and methodologies. The value of such endeavours is determined […]

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First Time

Yes, there is a first time for everything. The consoling line you get from onlookers or mentors when you fail abysmally. The challenge does not lie in our experience or performance, but rather in our expectations. We tend to build it up in our minds. We plan to expand our experience, sure, but expect at […]

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External Reference

Some of us have an innate sense of direction. No matter where we are, we have a general idea of the direction we are facing or heading in. Some of us don’t. No matter which category you fall in, external references are helpful. The way the environment responds to our approaches, products or personalities provides […]

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