Harnessing the Science of Persuasion

No leader can succeed without mastering the art of persuasion. But there’s hard science in that skill, too, and a large body of psychological research suggests there are six basic laws of winning friends and influencing people.

Work Week and Vacation Variances | Interesting Thing of the Day


An interesting read, which I must, re-read, re-read & Re-read

Is There Any Point in Letting Red Wine Breathe?

At the end of a long day, the last thing you want to do is wait 30 minutes to pour a fresh glass of wine.

How Businesses Can Support a Circular Economy

Small ways to create a more sustainable environment.

TIL: The latest buzz word Circular Economy

Your Life in Weeks - Wait But Why

All the weeks in a human life shown on one chart.

Something interesting to read and perhaps, must try to live by

The Psychology That Makes Japanese Trains Work

The nation’s remarkable rail system succeeds because of some subtle behavioral tricks.

Journey Starts

Since I moved to Dubai in October 1991,my personal computing have always been on Windows PCs. Starting with Compaq desktop with Windows 3.1 OS, I have had all sorts of desktops and a couple of laptops all the way up to Windows XP. I still recall those early

I have always been wanting to document about the start of my journey into Apple world and finally, here I'm. In writing this blog post, it took me two decades back when I got my hands on a computer for the very first time in life. It brought back memories to cherish.



Mindfulness has become the corporate fad du jour, a practice widely touted as a fast-track to better leadership. But not all the benefits laid at its feet actually belong there. Research and analysis has revealed a complicated relationship between mindfulness to executive performance–one that highlights the role of emotional intelligence as the mechanism that makes mindfulness work. That’s important for leaders to understand as they seek to develop in their careers, because it reveals other approaches and tools they can use to grow as well. By focusing on mindfulness-as-corporate-fad, leaders run the risk of missing other opportunities to develop their critical emotional skills.