Failure is only the first step

Anything that failed is only the first phase of a project. It is to be followed up by better versions, and redoubled efforts. What we lose is time and maybe money. But the experience and the learning will always remain. Maybe, the resources are utilized more effectively and economically in the next round, and overall, … Continue reading Failure is only the first step

No Weaknesses, Only Unmet Expectations

“What exactly does team work mean? Am I abnormal, if I prefer working alone?” asked a management trainee. “Certainly not. People in a chain have independent tasks cut out for them. It is just that your deliverables need to be in tune with the needs of other stakeholders, so that you do not become a … Continue reading No Weaknesses, Only Unmet Expectations

Be the Brand

“Make this presentation in the board meeting, and get your fifteen minutes under the sun.” “You will be the best man/maid-of-honor at my wedding. And I have offended many who wanted to be there.” “Your idea has been selected for implementation.” “I hear a lot of good things about you.” This was called acknowledgement, recognition … Continue reading Be the Brand

Why should a Woman want to have it All?

Indra Nooyi  (CEO, Pepsi) set the ball rolling with her controversial statement “A woman cannot have it all”. Anuranjita Kumar(Chief Human Resources Officer for Citi, South East Asia) came next with her book, “Can I have it all?” Both the women are highly successful in their careers, but have raised a question mark in the … Continue reading Why should a Woman want to have it All?

Guest Author: Reena Saxena – Reinventions

Thank you, Sue Vincent, for having me on your site.

The earth rotates at a speed of 1040 miles per hour. While we are in a jet or Ferrari, we do not feel the speed or movement. It is because we are moving with it at the same speed.

We are in a constant state of flux – physical, mental and emotional, along with all the molecules and neurons that constitute our being. Yet, we do not feel it. The slow accretion of imperceptible change transforms us every moment, and one fine day, we sit up and ask “Why don’t I feel or react the same way, as I did 10 years ago?”

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Sue Vincent's Daily Echo

reinventions-coverThe earth rotates at a speed of 1040 miles per hour. While we are in a jet or Ferrari, we do not feel the speed or movement. It is because we are moving with it at the same speed.

We are in a constant state of flux – physical, mental and emotional, along with all the molecules and neurons that constitute our being. Yet, we do not feel it. The slow accretion of imperceptible change transforms us every moment, and one fine day, we sit up and ask “Why don’t I feel or react the same way, as I did 10 years ago?”

We need to stop and look inwards, and feel the change. It is good to have a 360 degree feedback. But it is much better to have companions in your thought process, who validate your assumptions and conclusions, with their experience-shares. Reading and interacting open up this…

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A Mission

One road to safe anonymity Other a stormy path, down under Will she take the road less travelled, blazing trails like the thunder? Will she just exist, or choose to live Will she just breathe, or breathe fire? She was born to recreate destiny All roadblocks drew her ire. She walks alone, but straight She … Continue reading A Mission