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Jugaad, more than an Indian mantra,
a mindset!

Many have written about “Jugaad” the Indian art of ‘smart work – which means the art of improvising to develop an effective solution using limited resources to make things work. Yes – make things work! The significance of this phrase goes far beyond the simple definition. It is a ‘mindset’ that has become the foundation […]


It’s global imbalance, stupid, not Obama!

When NEWSWEEK asked 1,000 U.S. citizens in 2011 to take America’s official citizenship test, 29 percent couldn’t name the vice president. Seventy-three percent couldn’t correctly say why we fought the Cold War. Forty-four percent were unable to define the Bill of Rights. And 6 percent couldn’t even circle Independence Day on a calendar. Please don’t […]


Our intrinsic value

I received this following story of lifetime value via a forwarded email almost 15 years ago. I have preserved it for the value it always gave me whenever I have read it. While I can not acknowledge the anonymous writer, I do thank him. Read on … A well-known speaker started off his seminar by […]


Ambidextrous, yet handicapped

There was an article in New York Times not long ago where they made reference to the world’s famous business leaders, successful CEOs, and the types of books contained on their bookshelves. What were they reading – Classics, management, leadership, biographies, or for therapeutic reasons, novels? Steve Jobs was one of the profiles. Most imagined […]