Last year I wrote a post "Why I write: The Feynman technique of learning". My primary goal of writing was to consolidate the learning I had and improve my communication skills. I've continued to write from then. But my reasons to write has changed over time. So many great things have happened because of consistent … Continue reading Why I write
As a non-native English speaker, I've struggled with my communication a lot over the years. This is especially true if you are working in a global team. I realised this when I moved to the US for the first time in my life. Communicating was a struggle. Instead of working on it, I'd try and … Continue reading Improving communication
There are primarily three themes in life - Work, relationships and you. Saying no is a mechanism to prioritise yourself.
Stupid things I did while building my first startup
Avoiding stupidity is a powerful way to reach your success goals. You don’t always need to do great things. You can go a long way if you avoid stupid mistakes. In this blog post, I am talking about the stupid things I have done while building my first startup. I joined Marketfox with the dream of building … Continue reading Stupid things I did while building my first startup
Why I write: The Feynman Technique for learning
One of the reasons I started writing is to learn more. The Feynman technique was an inspiration for this. The Feynman Technique Richard Feynman was a theoretical Physicist. He won a Nobel prize for his contributions to quantum thermodynamics. In other words, he was a genius. If you have a few minutes, listen to the … Continue reading Why I write: The Feynman Technique for learning