Work from home…really?

  “Don’t confuse having a career with having a life.” ―Hillary Clinton “Women in particular need to keep an eye on their physical and mental health, because if we’re scurrying to and from appointments and errands, we don’t have a lot of time to take care of ourselves. We need to do a better job of

The Spirit behind the Agreement…

This COVID and Post Lock-down period has made me think a lot about what is happening around us. In my earlier Blog I had written about our fellow citizens, who we  dubbed as ‘Migrants’. In today’s world where we have a limited ability to concentrate on a subject, I think the issues facing the unfortunate

Our own – not migrants…

This piece follows my Blog of the 12th of May 2020… I have been hearing/ reading about this set of people called  Migrants every day, actually almost every half hour. So, today, I decided to check what this word means as per established dictionaries – here is a link – https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/migrant#h1 – As per the

The Retirement Age…

In the older days and as an employee I would be in my last days of my career from today. A few months ago some agency sent me an SMS reminding me to get my benefits as retirement was close by. Me, I wanted to retire at 55. When I mentioned that wish to folks

Just a bit about today

Hi. I thought I would give the continuing story on my life & career a small break and write a small piece on TODAY. The COVID Times… I do not know about others but I did my best, over the last fifty days, to limit my concern on the effects of the Lock Down to

Sales – Part 4 – Bombay and then …

In my experience no Indian professional has achieved anything unless he/she has done some kind of work in Bombay ( Mumbai). In the days I talk about , Bombay was  frightening for anyone coming from even a large cosmopolitan city in the South. The sheer professionalism of the city and the amazing wealth it had