Want to Be Happier? Ask Yourself This Question Every Morning | Inc.com

Albert Einstein called this “the most important decision” we make in our lives. — Read on http://www.inc.com/chris-winfield/want-to-be-happier-ask-yourself-this-question-every-morning.html I keep asking these set of questions, although, at least on a weekly basis: Am I happy doing this? Am I happy? Do I allow myself to be happy? Does this fit into my core values? It’s extremely … Continue reading

twitter.com/inc/status/1201703556677537792 Happy to read this one on how important book reading everyday is. It’s the power of delivering value the way compounding interest does for us.

What is so special about ShikshaDaan?

Bindu and I set up ShikshaDaan Foundation in the year 2012. The next three years sort of went away as we got to get various registrations, approvals and exemptions from the Government. Also, we wanted to study the higher education space in detail and come up with a unique value delivery model that truly delivers … Continue reading

How Fearless Organizations Succeed

As organisations go through change in tune with the external environment, or based on changes in the internal context, driven proactively or reactively, there is always fear amongst the employees. Fear of their uncertain future. The style of leadership combined with the culture in the organisation adds to the fear brought in by the organisational … Continue reading

Microvolunteering: The Magic of Engaging Time-Strapped Supporters in Meaningful Nonprofit Tasks – Non Profit News | Nonprofit Quarterly

An interesting post on the subject of volunteering. While almost all the NGOs would prefer long term committed volunteers, even if few in numbers, the post advocates the benefits of finding episodic volunteers or as I understand, short term or one time need based volunteers who can still deliver value. From brief, hands-on assignments to … Continue reading