About 6-7 weeks back, I posted this on my Instagram account (link to my account): And I received a lot of positive response, so I thought I’ll make it a daily habit and post one article or video that I come across every day, which is impactful or has some meaningful message. Although I did... Continue Reading →
One of the most happening months so far. Witnessed my brother's wedding, got my internship offer and finally got the momentum to work on my video. Since this is also the last month of my first year as an MS student, that triggered in really looking at what I learnt here.
Exactly a year and 3 days ago, I received my admit from Columbia University. I was supremely relieved and excited to say the least. And now, a year and 3 days later, I got my offer from Salesforce for a summer internship as a Technical Program Manager. On many levels, getting this offer has been... Continue Reading →
Last month has been a roller-coaster ride of experiences. I was fortunate enough to meet and talk to some incredible people, go through a dozen more rejections and have some unforgettable experiences. More than ever, I find time racing past right now. Realizing that this is the 7th article that I’m writing tells me that... Continue Reading →
You don’t get to experience major successes frequently. You shouldn’t. Otherwise you would stop valuing them. But you definitely need minuscule wins from where you can derive your energy from. Most people tend to overlook these wins – but once you start noticing them, at least once I started doing it, the level of optimism... Continue Reading →
I have this bad habit of planning extensively before a holiday begins for what I should be doing in the break. It’s bad because I always end up not doing a few on the list and feeling guilty. This holiday was no different. Thankfully though, I could tick off a few things off my list.... Continue Reading →
2017 was a year full of surprises and transformation. It is only fitting that we reflect on all the things that we are thankful for, and wish did not change in 2018. 1. Family: We should all be thankful to our family, and say it out loud once in a while. I am deeply grateful to my... Continue Reading →
The Harvard Study of Adult Development has been working for the last 80 years to find out what makes an individual happy, and how to lead a healthy life. Money. Power. Status. Job Role. No, none of these.