Bored of an engineering job? Have other interests, but do not know if you should pursue them? I give you three options.
An extremely long read (something to be read when you have spare time), but very rewarding: https://medium.com/@the_jennitaur/how-to-do-nothing-57e100f59bbb Some of my favorite quotes from the article “I’m reminded of a 1991 lecture by John Cleese (of Monty Python) on creativity, in which two of the five required factors he lists are time — 1. Space 2. […]
Today I chanced upon an article about a survey of international students in US universities. The article gives interesting statistics about the total numbers, demographics, economic impact etc. of international students in USA e.g. Roughly 1 million (i.e. 10 lakh) international students studied in US universities in the last academic year They contributed $31 billion […]
Diwali is the festival that is closest to my heart I am a Bengali from Kolkata. But I grew up in a neighborhood (in my case, my building) where almost all the people were from North India. Every year, for the 2-3 days of Diwali, the whole building would transform into a celebration zone (a […]
As children, we find it easy to learn something new. As we grow up, we find it difficult to overcome our fears to learn that new thing we want to learn. But there is a secret trick to overcome the initial barrier.
What do we do when life makes us question our own capabilities? And what made me write about the life of a troubled American farm-boy? Read on to find out.. Also learn about impostor syndrome. And how every one of us (even the most successful ones) are susceptible to this.
What do you do when you like to do something, but others seem to do the same thing much better than you? Roy Jackson loved to play the piano, but he was half as good as his classmates. What could he do in such a situation? Read on, to hear Roy’s story…
Have you ever found yourself saying “yes” half-heartedly? You wanted to say “no”, but custom made you reply differently. But does the half-hearted “yes” actually help anyone? Read on to find out…
‘You should…’ is probably the most common phrase in the Indian dictionary. “You should do well in your studies.”, “You should get married now.”….. but should we actually follow all advice given to us?