We are neither customers nor business owners–but simply humans exchanging energy for the benefit of both parties. Continue reading A World Without Integrity | The Demands of Our Modern Consumerism Culture
And in the end we follow them–not because we are paid… Continue reading The Contract | A Word From The Led
I can still remember the first time I almost got fired. Continue reading The Art of Ending a Business Relationship
I believe the true entrepreneurs are called; or should I say awakened. Continue reading What Maketh the Entrepreneur?
Why are we caught up in tolerating less than what we want; less than what we deserve; and less than what we are worth? Continue reading I Prioritise. I Commit.
What is my ideal day? Like all innocuous questions, it was easy to ask and difficult to answer. I think of all the things I love doing – like travelling, eating out and hiking – all of which are not possible right now because of the Coronavirus. Continue reading My Perfect Morning: harnessing the power of your imagination
Courtesy of the coronavirus, many of us are on lockdown – spending unprecedented hours at home. As someone that’s accustomed to being in professions where people are the heart of everything I do – this lockdown has urged me to slow down. To zone in and figure out what really matters to me. Continue reading The Art of Zoning In: the lockdown on quality time
Sometimes it takes a serious blast from the past to make you realise how far you’ve come from where you first started. Two nights ago, I unexpectedly found myself in Singapore’s Holland Village. I hadn’t been there in years – not since I was an accounting student. It was a popular date spot and I had many flashbacks of my life in my late teens. Continue reading The Fulfilment of a Dream
We have a responsibility towards our ancestors. To receive an inheritance is not merely about property and assets, but also comes with a corresponding spiritual legacy that includes their vocation, their belief system, and their way of life. Continue reading The Spiritual Legacy of our Ancestors
I’ve been a minority my whole life. In Singapore, I’m Indian. In India, I’m Singaporean. In Britain, I’m Asian. In Japan, I’m a gaigokujin. Foreigner. The essence of who I am is truly lost in all the labels that people keep giving me. I went to the National Gallery in Singapore last weekend, and the docent told me – ‘Enjoy the rest of your stay here’. No, the comment did not annoy me. To be honest, I thought it was quite amusing. Our preconceived notions about who and what people are can be startlingly different from the truth. Continue reading Musings of an overseas Indian: adapting Hindu customs for the diaspora