Before you do this, make sure you envision a plan for settling back into the routine. Many a goal has been missed, just because you went on a break and decided to just stay there.
For quite sometime, I have been considering leaving my job and starting my own startup. Admittedly, I have no idea what the startup will be about or whether I have the skills to really pull through such an endeavor. What I do know is that within a year, I will be giving it a try.… Continue reading Take the jump
Have you ever reveled in the joy of being able to solve a particularly tough math problem? Or looked forward to being able to understand exactly how your computer works? Or do you prefer to stay unaware and blissful about these things? Technology to you is ‘that other thing’ which runs in the background and isn’t… Continue reading Reconciling the classics and the romantics
You know what is a Kaibutsu? It’s the Japanese term for monster. Now when I say monster, you might picture a big furry green colored thing that runs around eating people (and you won’t be wrong), but the wikipedia definition of monster defines it as an aberrant occurrence, usually biological, that was taken as a… Continue reading Becoming a Kaibutsu
It’s boring to keep doing 10 pushups a day. OR to write 100 words a day. Motivation gets us started with these habits but more often they last only as long as our motivation does (i.e. not for long). There are literally thousands of blogs, theories and articles out there about how to achieve your goals… Continue reading Don’t break the chain
What I must do is all that concerns me, not what the people think. This rule, equally arduous in actual and in intellectual life, may server for the whole distinction between greatness and meanness. It is the harder because you will always find those who think they know what your duty is better than you know… Continue reading The great man
Nikesh Arora,Softbank Corp president, has just warned that startup valuations in the India market have become more than “they should be”. If you don’t know who Nikesh Arora is or don’t have any knowledge about India’s startup market, the article below will still make sense (I hope so at least). Since the 1960’s, technology has… Continue reading Startup valuations and common sense