We have heard ‘speed to market’ is critical. Possibly yes. What we also need to consider is ‘Pacing’ – Pacing oneself and one’s business to the speed that’s safe and smooth. Smooth is fast. Calibrating one’s pace while Scaling-up is supremely important. It’s strategic, it’s dynamic; and more importantly a conscious choice to make in …

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Fun at work

As a leader, is what I do on a daily basis joyful for me?  Does working as a team provide a joyful experience for me and my team members? Fun is one of the most important and underrated ingredients in any successful venture, says Richard Branson. True. It’s important. It looks underrated. What can I …

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My interest is in the future because I am going to spend the rest of my life there – Anonymous. By and large the future shapes up based on what we think and do today. We have the power to make choices – as to what to do, what not to do – that shapes …

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When you have exhausted all possibilities, remember this: you haven’t – Thomas Edison. Possibilities seem endless, unlimited. Only to those who seek. Next time when we feel we have exhausted all possibilities, let’s remember what Mr Edison has said; we may find more… #leadership #ceo #coaching

What to focus on

The key to success is to focus our conscious mind on things we desire not things we fear – Brian Tracy. What we focus on expands. Am I using this immense possibility to my advantage? #ceo #coach #leader #leadership #businesscoach


A recent workplace survey by ATK – HBR points out that ‘nearly 90% of respondents said that they expect to experience a substantial degree of joy at work, yet only 37% report that such is their actual experience’. Joy at work – something that everyone wishes for; yet seems elusive. As a leader, am I …

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We are old when we talk about the past; We are young when we talk about the future – Anonymous. What am I talking about?


Pausing helps you refrain from making a permanent decision based on a temporary emotion – Justin Bariso. Pause – taking a moment to stop and think before you speak or act. It’s simple, yet difficult. As a leader am I taking advantage of this highly effective tool?

What I give

Your greatness is not in what you have, but in what you give – Alice Hocker. I can give Joy, happiness, inspiration, positivity… Or I can give misery, anxiety, stress, negativity… What’s my choice? Corollary: I can give (only) what I have!