Gigyasa Project Begins

Finally, this blog is waking up, after a long period of reverie. Some of you may not be following me through these spaces. Nevertheless, here are some life updates.  Gigyasa Project Begins. 

I am yet to figure out what to do with these blog spaces. Should I curate all my short bursts of writings or keep them only in LinkedIn? Should I put together my long articles only here? 

In a free agent life, you figure things out as you go. Will keep you posted. 

The Birth of Gigyasa Project


Introducing A Brand New Game: Careers!



Networked World proudly presents a brand new game for the future.

Careers

For 1 to n players / Ages: 12 to n

Available on Play Store for download.

Game Description

Careers is an infinite game. You play as long as you love to play. The journey is Life. Forget the old finite game rules. No upfront investments. No more suffering from Elite Institution Cognitive Disorder. No winners. No losers. No weekday/weekend dichotomy. No work-life balance.The game doesn't end when you turn sixty. In other words, you never retire.

So, Are you a Thought leader?


What is Thought Leadership?

Yes, the question is "What", not "How".

I know, Thought Leaders love "How" more than anything else. Nevertheless, I am going to resist my temptation, and inquire on "What".

First things first.

There is no such thing as "Thought Leadership" in the abstract. It exists in the mind of perceivers who are led ahead to think by those who think ahead to lead. And what each one thinks it is is what it is. 

Do You Have an Instinct?


Nature doesn't have any currency. There is no intermediary. The transaction is direct.

When a lion pounces off on a deer and rips it apart, it doesn't go to the nearest counter to swipe the card. It finishes the deer and the transaction is over.

For everything humans do, there is a material intervention, and since the material element is critical, it is always open for analysis. You can analyze it as much as you want.

No wonder, we have bought into the idea that we can analyze everything. Of course, you can, if you make some stupid assumptions: All routes are similar; my customers are in those segments that I have defined.