It was the summer of 2010. I was working in California. Something about work was eating me up. “You don’t look happy. Something needs to change and YOU need to be the one who makes that change” – I came
“I am available” – a 24 year old me said to a room of 4 young men. I didn’t mean I was available for a date 🙂 But I was available and ready to take on a new career adventure.
Why are you always the one to sit on the left-rear seat of a chauffeur driven car? Why does this shopkeeper think I cannot pay for my saree? Why does this uncle think that my job is limited to the
I am married. I have a husband whom I am friends with. We are blessed with 2 kids. We live in a true “Indian joint family” with my father, my sister-in-law, my husband’s niece, my nephew and occasionally my in-laws
After the ‘March Madness’ of closing the books, I got some time to breathe this week 🙂 I took a brief moment to think about the changes my personal life and the business has seen. Thought I would share some
Why are enough men NOT leading at HOME? Why are enough women NOT leading at WORK? For the first part, my wife thinks – it’s the upbringing/home environment. Their early adult years never gave these boys an opportunity to learn
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