Happy Thanksgiving to my team!

Happy Thanksgiving to you all!

This year, I’m thankful to so many of you, specially my readers for the site and the blog!

This post is dedicated to my friends -the dynamic designer, the chic developer  and few others who helped me with my site, listened for hours about the ideas, brainstormed together and made it happen. They are the best!
So, thank you dear friends….happy thanksgiving!

I’ll be off for the next few weeks and will be back in December! Stay warm and stay happy J

Human Connection

The last few days has taught me a lot.

I have visited more stores in the last few days than I have in the last 5 years. In doing so, I have talked to lots of people, researched things on the internet I wanted to buy and here’s the lesson- nothing beats human connection.
No matter what you do and who you are- the most powerful tool is human connection. It makes you turn back and take decisions you otherwise wouldn’t have perhaps.

If it’s your client, your team members or the newbie joining your team, make sure your gift of connection is never lost in the business.

This holiday season, thank someone, smile and help another being. It is being human and its priceless.

Technology- awe, wonder and my plan for next year

This last week I was caught up in cold, flu and some major decisions that I am taking to make sure my  list of 5 things to do before I am 35 actually happens.

So, while I a running around the city and getting things done, I thought you might enjoy this enchanting video that I have seen more than 10 for sure.



The original link is here. Enjoy the wonders of technology, while I jump back in the car and drive around to get more errands done.

It's also time of the year to consider what questions to put up for my new year special- if you have suggestions I would love to hear.

Lighting up your ideas

This week I committed myself to know new ideas, to learn more about how others are doing things and be happy.

This week I decided to slow down and see where I am going, to try minimalism and be more aware of myself.  To  gather my thoughts and plan my action on what makes me composed and happy and less stressed out. To share, read and smile more often.

This is what I read in NY Times which lead to finding out more about Asana- a  project management software in making.

This weekend is Diwali which means I am all about lights, happiness and  yummy food!

Wishing all of you the brightness, sparkles and happiness every single day. Happy Diwali!

Who are you now?

Some days are just ordinary.
Some days don’t happen the way you want them to happen.
Some days are plain old same.


I don’t have a blog post to post and I can’t think of any to write. Sometimes I will just read something and think about it. I’ll think how my life has been and what I have done and what I would love to do.


Some days are far away from project management.


I think loosing focus, letting your dreams go and just reading something for no reason whatsoever is pure joy. No certifications, no proposals, no more work.


Most of our actions are nothing but a way to cover up our insecurities, fear and disappointment. 
What would you do- if you had the money, the life you want and everything you need to keep on going? What will you change? What will happen to your job? 


Will you act differently? Who will you be? Who are you now?


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