Ways to distinguish yourself #197 – Be comfortable with "Nothing.
OCTOBER 16, 2008
Take a dot. Put some “nothing” in it and. You get a doughnut! Take a doughnut. Put some “nothing” in it and… You get a zero. Take a zero. Put some more “nothing” in it and… You get a bowl. Take a bowl. Put some more “nothing” in it and
Best Tips on Running an Effective Meeting
Self Help Zen
OCTOBER 19, 2008
Meetings! A discovery which still is a mystery. Commitment, Integrity, Passion, Reason, Opportunity are the common key ingredients expected within the participants to drive the meeting effectively. If a person is precisely approached or appealed with any of the ingredients suits him, he is sure to give his best cooperation in the meeting.
Ways to distinguish yourself #196 – Be aware of your circle of.
OCTOBER 2, 2008
It requires a lot of maturity to be aware of your circle of awareness. This is one of the areas where “ignorance is definitely NOT bliss”. What you want is typically within your circle of awareness. If “what you need” to reach your
Powerful Platform + Passionate People = Endless possibilities.
OCTOBER 13, 2008
The idea is simple (but hard to execute, of course). Build a simple and powerful platform and get passionate people to get engaged.
HARP – Having an Attitude that's Recession-Proof! | Rajesh Setty
OCTOBER 20, 2008
HARP v. Having an Attitude that's Recession-Proof. If recession is here, you have been given a free-admission :).
Mini Saga #27 – The Game | Rajesh Setty
OCTOBER 27, 2008
The Game. Bob and John had ring-side seats. Bob was very unhappy with the way his team was playing. Bob had detailed comments on how the team should really play. After listening for an hour, John said, “Relax, Bob
Things that make me smile #44 – When the reverse is true TOO.
OCTOBER 21, 2008
You have all heard of those words that can be read backwards and they remain the same. Here are a few quick examples: 1. Radar. Rotor. Madam. Level. There are hundreds of them. However, this can apply to ideas
Entrepreneur Journeys – A conversation with Sramana Mitra | Rajesh.
OCTOBER 14, 2008
I have been following Sramana Mitra's writings for a long time now. She has a new book called “Entrepreneur Journeys” that was published earlier this month. It is a collection of in-depth interviews with movers and shakers in the
Things that make smile #43 – UnIntended or Pun Intended.
OCTOBER 14, 2008
It's a garbage can and yes, it's a mystery spot :). Note: For other 42 posts in the same series, please visit my Squidoo Lens on the same topic. Here is the link: Squidoo Lens: Smile Please
Things that make me smile #41 – Ridiculous offers | Rajesh Setty
OCTOBER 10, 2008
Sometimes when I see these things I remember the old dot-com dot-bomb days. They were fun :). The advertisement says that the domain “lisa” is for sale for $2400000 dollars. All the best! Note: For other 40 posts in the same
Things that make me smile #42 – Sarcasm 101 | Rajesh Setty
OCTOBER 10, 2008
Sarcasm is rarely interesting. But “sometimes” it's funny. This one is all about bosses. Mostly created by someone who has the time to create it rather than focusing on his or her work. But the boss can't blame him or her :). Enjoy
Launching "Behind The Car" project | Rajesh Setty
OCTOBER 9, 2008
Today is Sumukh's birthday. He is 10 years old. I have always wanted him to learn the basics of building a company. Of course, it will be odd to try and teach a ten year old kid about balance sheets and income statements without a