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The pace of innovation is more important

When everybody is talking about innovation, where most people relate innovation to their achievements and perspective. It is as important as to keep up the pace of innovation within the organization and community. 313 more words

Here Come the Millennials!

The millennials are coming, and they’re armed with dollars!  The last cohort born in the 20th century has now surpassed the Baby Boomers as the largest generation.  305 more words

Financial Planning


The weights section of the gym used to be dominated by men who flaunted their muscles and machismo. But with increasing numbers of young women building their physical and mental strength through weight training, girls who lift are challenging outdated ideals of the female form. 7 more words


How technology will transform hardwired society


The invention of the wheel, transform the society and its need for transportation. The invention of Zero, transform the society in mathematics (calculation) and commercialization of goods and services. 592 more words

When Opposites Meet: A Review

Name : When Opposites Meet

Author: Sachin Garg

Publisher: Harlequin

You can get it on: Amazon

The book, as the name suggests, explores the relationship of three couples who are completely different from each other- wheelchair-bound Ritwika and international-level athlete Chetan; independent Indu Dua, the mother of Ritwika who has raised her disabled daughter all alone, and socially aloof Lokesh Nair and intoverted Jayant Arora and the chirpy, irrepressible Aditi. 172 more words


The Journey Begins

We are a new generation. We are tomorrow’s world leaders. That is inevitable. The truth is that no matter how hard those who have come before us try to keep us in our seats, one day we will stand up, rise up, and take control of what was given to us. 400 more words

One of those week's......

We all say it’s been one of those day’s, One of those Week’s that is definitely what I have had. Life is throwing me a lot of curve balls & I don’t know if I’m choosing the right one. 106 more words