What is the greatest sight in any sport? Is it the spectacle? The passion for an individual or team? Maybe it’s the skill that mesmerises us. So, what is it for me? I’ll attempt to answer that through two stories. Over the weekend, I found myself watching a video of Muhammad Ali’s 1974 fight against … Continue reading When is a sport most thrilling?
As messages from my students wishing me for Teacher’s Day poured in today, it got me thinking about my own experiences in classrooms and on various academic panels. It’s been a journey enriched by wonderful young people and committed academicians. I decided to pen down two different streams of thought on teaching in a pair … Continue reading When students bring class to the room
Fulfilment lies on the road that forks away from the fear of failure. As you navigate your way through teenage, you’ll often find yourself frustrated, unhappy with something you can’t even put a finger on. It’s not that what you have isn’t good; you simply want more. You’ll feel this at various stages of your … Continue reading Father’s Day letter to my daughter: How do you write a book? One word at a time
This blog is my first guest article. It’s written by Reeta Gupta, a dear friend of mine who’s also somewhat of a business pioneer. In 2000, Reeta and her husband Dheeraj launched Jumbo King, a vada pav (a quintessential Maharashtrian food – a thick mashed potato savoury stuffed between two halves of a bread) chain, … Continue reading Inspiration, perspiration