Tag Archives: Work

Surround Yourself with People Who Lifts You Up

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Life only comes around once, so do whatever makes you happy, surround yourself with people who motivates and lifts you up.

Always humbled to be standing beside one of my best bosses ever, my CEO, Mr. Rajeev Agarwal specially during some corporate responsibilities like this, which recognizes talents and dedication of people in our company.  Good man and great leader.

One of the many things that I have learned from him is not to wait for a life changing event to ignite my journey.  Be ready to jump and find my leverage and forward without fear.  Never cease finding  what I need to know in order to grow, what books, what skills, what mentors, and what circles I need to move with, and that learning is beautiful and endless.  My boss is such an inspiration!

Counting my blessings this Christmas, I hope you started counting yours.

 

 

Fight Club Kind of Life!

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Fight Club kind of life.

Working from home.

Pancakes and coffee for breakfast.

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Just waiting for my Tyler Durden to punch me straight on the jaw – I guess.

I found freedom.  Losing all hope was freedom.

It’s only after you’ve lost everything that you’re free to do anything.

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You met me at a very strange time in my life.

Pizza delivery with bottles of beer on the side.

This is my life and it’s ending one minute at a time – if you understand what I am saying.

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Oh, Fridays like this.  I have been eating junk the whole day.  TGIF!

Can somebody send me an Indian food?

Diane Sawyer for Company

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I am literally stuck in C5 Road. 😦

Wednesday traffic jam calls for some Diane Sawyer for company.

There have been  many dumb celebrity interviews on “news” magazine programs; many that have nothing to do  with real news that no self-respecting journalist would ever do.

Disclaimer: I don’t hate Diane Sawyer 😛

But the”exclusive” interview that Diane Sawyer with Britney Spears for Primetime Thursday in 2013…- for me, anyway – was the day the music died.

I am currently reading 100 People Who Are Screwing Up America by Edward Goldberg.

Anyways, some people are still amused of how I can read in a moving car.  Is that an old person thing to say?