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  • Category:
    Mentoring
  • Published:
    28 Aug 2018
Most of my ‘successful’ mentees have worked extremely hard to get into colleges or career paths that they are currently at. While I have constantly talked about the value of persistence an...
  • Category:
    Mentoring
  • Published:
    07 Jun 2018
I have always looked to simplify life around me, and most of the times it has been easy, because I have been ruthless about throwing out things that were not in use at the time of the clean-up. Simila...
  • Category:
    Mentoring
  • Published:
    24 Jul 2018
In our work, we have seen that the typical student is focused on a few domains that are taught at school, and the parents are focused on assessments and test scores. It is a common expectation that we...
  • Category:
    Mentoring
  • Published:
    06 Mar 2019
Reading through an article in the Atlantic on active forgetting (How Active Forgetting Makes Memory More Efficient?), it occurred to me that the current age of cheap memory sticks and cameras in every...
  • Category:
    Mentoring
  • Published:
    18 Apr 2018
A lot of students from India are increasingly opting to go to top-notch institutes outside their country after their grade XII. Increasingly students are looking at a broad swathe of courses over and ...
  • Category:
    Mentoring
  • Published:
    08 Mar 2017
This is especially relevant to the readers of this blog as it directly affects their future. Decisions taken today in terms ofcourses taken and paths followed, will determine the careers that one sho...
  • Category:
    Mentoring
  • Published:
    31 Jan 2018
The most successful students who have been able to get into some of the best colleges in the world have consistently spent more time on getting ready for those educational programs. They start out ear...
  • Category:
    Mentoring
  • Published:
    31 Jul 2019
The Pygmalion effect is the phenomenon whereby others' expectations of a target person affect the target person's performance. A corollary of the Pygmalion effect is the golem effect, in which low ex...
  • Category:
    Mentoring
  • Published:
    11 Apr 2019
In the book Be Fearless, Jean Case, the author highlights five principles to taking risks:   -       Make a big bet (in the startup world, it is calle...