You are ‘YOU’

Life is a journey between birth and death. What makes it special depends on how much we explore. Each one’s journey is unique and beyond comparison. There could never be a scenario where journey of two independent person is identical. Oscar Wilde realised this in 19th Century and said, “Be yourself. Everyone is already taken.”.… Continue reading You are ‘YOU’


Knock on Opportunity

SELRES_0703be8e-facf-4779-a907-dd2696389e05“Opportunity knocks the door only once”SELRES_0703be8e-facf-4779-a907-dd2696389e05 is one of those quotes that we repeatedly hear now and then. This ancient quote could try to mean that opportunity is valuable in life and should not be missed. But it has also led us to presume that opportunities are limited, luck needs to be on our side… Continue reading Knock on Opportunity


When mind matters

Most of the time we are informed about success stories of great people across profession. Two things that remain common in all those stories is hard work and belief. Doesn’t it look so simple to succeed? Hard work is a form of dedicated effort and passion. But to really make things happen you need to… Continue reading When mind matters


Train your Brain

We live in a world surrounded by modern day technology that minimise our efforts. In this process, we could sense that technology supports us carrying out various activities which where earlier performed with the support of ‘Brain’.  Today, we have Google to let us find an answer that we know, we have mobile to let… Continue reading Train your Brain


Streaming device’s and 3 C’s

Overview TV streaming devices that turns your TV smart are the need of the hour. It gives you the freedom of choosing media content that are available in plenty. There are various options available - In smart TV’s we have android TV’s (from US$ 300 in US / ₹ 30,000 in India) that can literally… Continue reading Streaming device’s and 3 C’s


Google Event – October 2017

Overview Samsung and Apple have done their part to take technology a notch above in 2017 and now it is Google’s turn. Last year Google axed the nexus model and came up with in-house designed Pixel and Pixel XL. Though the sales weren’t as expected, we heard a lot about their first generation phones, especially… Continue reading Google Event – October 2017


Teach Failure

Our education system is so great that it teaches so much to learn in life – Mathematics, Science, History, Geography and much more but it fails us to teach the most important lesson in life – Handling Failure. It itself is a subject on its own. Failure to handle failure leads to devastating results –… Continue reading Teach Failure

Review, Technology

Apple Keynote – September 2017

Overview It is one of those days where the technology looks upto to know what’s in store. I’m no exception. Was before the screen in time to catch up with this event. To commensurate ten years of iPhone, the event was happening for the first time in the newly built ‘Steve Jobs’ theatre. Lot was… Continue reading Apple Keynote – September 2017


Value people not things

In, Three Thousand Stitches, author and chairperson of Infosys Foundation, Sudha Murty sheds light on some of the prevailing biases in the society. One such incident was her own experience in London Airport. Sudha Murty, in her salwar kameez, was waiting in a queue to fly business class. A high heeled lady with Gucci handbag… Continue reading Value people not things


Galaxy S8 – One-month review

Overview Samsung is always known for commercially exploiting innovative designs (with a bit of success). They constantly maintain their market position by exhibiting that ‘more’ is always better. ‘Note’ series - larger phones and stylus ‘Galaxy’ series – Water & dust resistance and edge screens Samsung hit their lows in 2016 due to ‘Note 7’… Continue reading Galaxy S8 – One-month review