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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

medium.com/the-polymath-project/rethinking-education-c8754b3d77b4 Have always believed that there is a direct correlation between education and economic prosperity. This belief is also based on my own case. Have also read a number of articles backed by data to support this correlation. However the author of the article presents a different view on the subject. Please read the article..

Did you know…

That there are more than 700,000 scholarships valued at ₹ 19000 crores available every year in India? Of the 19000 crores, 9000 crores are from government sources and the rest are from non government sources. If your answer is YES, welcome to the club. We also did not know until we met Ashutosh and Manasvi, … Continue reading

The mango people

I recall that a couple of years back there was a lot of noise on social media and television about the use of the word ‘mango people’ by certain quarters. I searched on Google for the words and one meaning that I got was that it refers to ‘common people’. But the mango people that … Continue reading

A teacher can make a huge difference!

A lot of us keep going back to when we were young and recall how our teachers were role models, and have played a very important role in what we are today.  About a fortnight back, we were driving from Gurgaon to Hyderabad, passing through a village by the name of Partapur that falls on … Continue reading

Parental Terrorism…

Have been thinking about this topic for sometime now. For a number of reasons. Personal experience, those of my near and dear ones, and of course, what I see and hear on media. Almost every day. I know that I may face flak for choosing this topic but I have to. Am fine with the … Continue reading