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Sushrut Munje shares on Frankaffe an observation on the activity of choosing the best clove everyday - and how that relates to us leading our happy lives.

Jar of Cloves

Do we lead our happy lives telling ourselves that we have been under complete control of the circumstances? Do we believe we have made the best choices? Are we capable of identifying the best path, the best turn, choosing the right shirt? Is the clove we picked truly the best of the lot? Or do we ensure that the clove we choose ends up being the best one because we chose it? Read more →

Three Years and the Base Camp

After three years, I’m confident to say that we have arrived. Now for the climb so everything we have done so far starts making sense. Right from what tools to pack to understanding the jungle, from the leaders of the pack to laying down ground rules, from identifying the peak to knowing the North Star- we seem geared up for the climb. Read more →

Being Proactive #StartupMuddyShoes

[First published on TheRodinhoods.com] Waking up after 6 months of starting up, you realize with a start that the only thing that is stopping you is YOU. Tossing and turning over in your comfort zone that’s as comfortable as your bed, you lie there clueless. ‘Proactive’ is a word that makes perfect sense in an entrepreneurship article or on stage… Read more →

The Owlet Flies

In his embrace, she holds on, certain and brave.
She’d brighter than anything he’s ever seen.
Warmer and softer than anything he’s ever felt.
Stronger than the mightiest of his storms. Read more →

Stewards and Rangers

A marketing army requires a healthy combination of warriors and monks. Similarly, a management army needs stewards and rangers in equal number. Imagine the steward who builds and keeps the sandcastle the way it is, while the ranger protects it from the waves. It is a common misconception and quite a limited worldview to assume that rangers see all the action, while stewards are hired to serve. Thank you Game of Thrones and Jon Snow (though he knows nothing) for these pearls of wisdom. Read more →

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