I have been writing from a co-working space for some time now. Peopled by the usual suspects- freelancers, start-ups, small companies dreaming big- it’s an interesting place to work in with stories that could fill a notebook. Here’s one that I witnessed…and it’s a sobering tale of micro-managing and insecurity gone all wrong. On my… Continue reading Micromanaging the Death of a Startup
“Why do you waste time on stories?” I am asked. Now before this turns into a book lovers Vs others spat, let me just jump to the practicality of stories. Because if there is something I have learnt about people over the years- it is that they might talk about the ideal way to live… Continue reading Why Stories?
There was a time when I prided myself on my speed reading. I could read books in hours now I will be glad if I can read two pages a day. Due to this inability of reading time and me to co-exist for more than thirty minutes I tend to leave many books half way… Continue reading Shadow of the Wind- Part 1
Everyday, as I cross the Juhu circle, there is a man standing on the divider. He doesn’t beg nor is he waiting to crossover. He just stands in between that mad rush hour traffic holding a plain white banner. The words are not well calligraphed, the style is hasty but the words are arresting: Follow… Continue reading The messenger