Breaking Out With Passion

Over the past few years, I have excessively indulged myself in looking in the rear view mirror of life with the aim to avoid repeating the mistakes that I have made. Recently, I realized that it crossed an extent where...

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My Goal For The Next Two Years!

As I sit down and write this post, Billionaire by Bruno Mars is playing in the background on a random playlist. It is only a co-incidence that this track is on while I draft this blog. Since the beginning of...

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Southwest Airlines – Unfurling Wings of Transformation

Case Type: Industry and Competitive Strategy, General Management, Service Management, Organizational Behavior, Company Life-Cycle Case Source: Thunderbird School of Global Management (2005 Version) Industry Coverage: Commercial Aviation Original Case Abstract Through three generations of leadership, conservative management and aggressive expansion have guided Southwest...

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Stairway To Heaven

There he stood – The Fighter, The Warrior, Bare, with his armor broken, a silhouette of the dreams of the King and the Queen; scaling the mountain highway of the hell that had been. There he fell – The Fighter, The Warrior,...

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Shoot for the stars!

To drop that extra payload and to move further upward into the space must be a scary feeling; but then, it is worth it for the experience – the view outside your world and the moments that you embrace with...

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Can we have some silence, please?

Sometime ago, I read an opinion blog on The Hindu’s (newspaper publication – in case you are not aware) website by Sundar Sarukkai – Can we have some silence, please? The article mainly focused on the noise (not to be...

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When a Metro coach smiled…

Usually, I board the designated cab to office every morning. Sometimes, when I am late or when I feel the need to keep my sanity intact, I use my car or take the public transport (a ride on auto rickshaw...

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