Read this story slowly, preferably while you are alone. 'A man was once walking alone down a road that looked never-ending. He was walking to forget about the pain his heart-break had caused. All that love looked relentlessly over-rated. He felt for his loss but was happy that it was not as bad as it … Continue reading Find your own story
A management consultant, on holiday by the beach in Thiruvananthapuram, watched a little fishing boat dock at the shore. As usual he started calculating the 'pro's and con's of the visible outcome'. Noting the quality of the fish, the consultant finally asked the fisherman 'How long did it take to catch them?' "Not very long." … Continue reading Story Time: The Fisherman & the Consultant
Who does not fail? Either one who is out-worldly talented or one who is insanely lucky. Surprisingly, most people who the world swears by today have had their share of failures. Each one of their autobiographies will tell you how miserable their life was at a point in time yet its was only a matter … Continue reading When Elephants Fall ! Failures to learn from.
An ancient Chinese story, retold by Phil Jackson, coach of the phenomenally successful Chicago Bulls basketball team, makes this point rather more emphatically. In the 3rd century BC, the Chinese emperor Liu Bang celebrated his consolidation of China with a banquet, where he sat surrounded by his nobles and military and political experts. Since Liu … Continue reading Story Time: What determines the strength of a wheel?
'Amazing life' is a regular thread about little things that make us happy. Today's weird little thing is A little game called life Me: 'Man you are dead - I will make sure you fall.' My best friend : 'We will see when that happens but for now I will kill you' No, it's not a … Continue reading Amazing Life # 2 – A little game called life
A doctor entered the hospital in hurry after being called in for an urgent surgery. He answered the call ASAP, changed his clothes & went directly to the surgery block. He found the boy's father pacing in the hall waiting for the doctor. On seeing him, the dad yelled: "Why did you take all this time … Continue reading Story Time: Why not should you judge?
'Amazing life' is a regular thread about such little things that make us happy. Today's weird little thing is Finding Stuff It mostly starts with a realization 'What am I missing?' develops into a feeling 'I am missing something' and grows into a frenzie with a mad rush and a constant question 'Where is it?' We … Continue reading Amazing Life # 1 – Finding Stuff
Part 1 Long time ago, there was a tortoise and a hare who had an argument about who the faster runner was. They finally decided to take on one another on a race. As the race started, the hare sprinted ahead briskly for some time. Realizing that it will take some time for the tortoise … Continue reading Story Time: The Hare & The Tortoise – A new management approach
A shepherd was tending his flock in a field, when a new sports car screeched to a stop on the road nearby in a cloud of dust. The driver, a young man in expensive designer clothes and sunglasses, leans out of the window and shouts over to the shepherd, "If I tell you exactly how … Continue reading Story Time: The Sheep & The Consultant
This is a true story. Some years ago the following exchange was broadcast on an Open University sociology TV programme. An interviewer was talking to a female production-line worker in a biscuit factory. The dialogue went like this: Interviewer: How long have you worked here? Production Lady: Since I left school (probably about 15 years). … Continue reading Story Time: My dream or your dream ?