A year ago, I took a trip to Manali with one of my best friends. Since it was just the two of us, I was worried that the trip would eventually get boring or we would run out of things to do because Manali is a small town. But it turns out that by living in a hostel and exploring the town on our own, we got to meet lots of interesting people and do lots of interesting things.CONTINUE READING
I do not know why, but I have always felt this pressure to read self help books. The problem is that I am not too fond of such books. (a) I do not like how preachy they are and (b) I just cannot get myself to finish the book, and can barely remember the little that I have read. This was until I came across Lilly Singh’s “How to be a Bawse : A guide to conquering life”.CONTINUE READING
During my last year of college, there were many organizations that reached out for job placements. As students, we were thrilled and began preparing for them. I could not give my best in all of these interviews and missed out on some opportunities. So here is a list of the obvious mistakes I made during these interviews and how they can be avoided:CONTINUE READING
I started my bullet journal journey about two years ago, at a time in law school where I was overwhelmed with assignments, co- curriculars and managing my everyday activities. I had tried some standard journals before, and though they weren’t effective, I used to purchase one every year to keep up with my new year resolution of being more productive. While I was looking for journals on Amazon, I came across this book called “The Bullet Journal Method” by Ryder Carroll. Upon further research, I thought that a bullet journal might be a fun activity to start – and so I began my bullet journal journey.CONTINUE READING
As individuals we go through experiences and grow through them. My first job has been an unforgettable experience so far. I recently celebrated my 2nd year work anniversary at a management consulting firm and I got to thinking… what are some of the life lessons that I can take away from this job? Here are a few that I came up with:CONTINUE READING
A few years ago, I made the choice to enrol in an online course on Coursera. As I began auditing more and more courses, I was confounded with the big question: Should I purchase the course and earn a certificate or should I continue auditing the courses for free?
I ended up purchasing a few courses and here are my two cents on the issue.
What is Kanban? Kanban literally means signboard in Japanese. It is a simple method used by large organizations to manage complex processes. It is a way of working in which you break down large pieces of work into smaller chunks and have clarity of what to produce, when to produce and how much to produce. All this is done by visualizing the work by creating a Kanban board.
This article explains how you can use the Kanban system to achieve your daily goals.CONTINUE READING