In spite of 'socially distancing' …

I left New York abruptly last week, to get back home, in fear of being quarantined or stuck there. Among many plans that got disrupted, the least important one was my desire to visit the Met. It seems absurd even to me that I would think about that this morning. Among many things I tookContinue reading “In spite of 'socially distancing' …”

Books that changed me in 2019

2019 being a transition year for me is an understatement. The poem by Julia seems to convey how I felt most of the year. Fashioned for some encounter, Impelling but obscure; Apprenticed to the future, We wonder and endure. We suffer strange compulsion. Our talents many skilled, Would burn upon an alter; We have notContinue reading “Books that changed me in 2019”

Not a ex Mu Sigman, yet

As I am exiting from Mu Sigma formally by Dec end, many current and ‘ex Mu Sigmans‘ reached out to me. I got caring and loving pings from most. And a few pokes 🙂 ‘Welcome to the club‘ messages for the most part from ‘ex Mu Sigmans‘. The concept of ‘ex Mu Sigman‘ intrigues meContinue reading “Not a ex Mu Sigman, yet”

Of Sea Anemones, dogs with dumbbells and crossing the A.I. chasm

Are your left brain dominant or right brain oriented? Are you analytical or creative? Are you logical or imaginative? Are women more right brained than left brained? Does your team have a good mix of left and right brained thinkers? While the asymmetry between the two sides of the brain is undeniable, scientists now believeContinue reading “Of Sea Anemones, dogs with dumbbells and crossing the A.I. chasm”