It is necessary to understand the importance of why we do things and what impact each of our tasks creates. This is a lesson I learnt from a sprint demo. Pardon me for the jargon I use in this post. I hope the message comes across in spite of it.
If you read my older article on retrospection, you’ll know that our team uses Agile Continue reading “What impact do you want to make in life?”
Reading this book brought a smile to my face because many thoughts here are similar to what my father believes. In fact, many people I know from my parent’s generation would tell you similar things. However, they may be blunt about it (and maybe come off as a bit preachy). Mahatria Ra weaves his idealogy into stories and makes it interesting. The language is also written in a simple manner, so it gave me a comforting feeling like listening to a moral embedded story from an elder relative. Continue reading “Book Review: Most and More by Mahatria Ra”
A Toastmaster’s speaking experience begins with their Competent Communication 1 (CC1) speech, also known as The Ice Breaker Speech. In this post, I want to share the speech I prepared for my CC1. Continue reading “My Toastmasters Ice Breaker Speech (CC1)”
First published in 1892, “The Yellow Wallpaper” by Charlotte Perkins Gilman is written as the secret journal of a woman who, failing to relish the joys of marriage and motherhood, is sentenced to a country rest cure. Continue reading “My Takeaways From The Yellow Wallpaper by Charlotte Perkins Gilman”
I was born a feminist. Before someone misinterprets this term and calls me a man-hating feminazi, let me clarify what feminism actually stands for. It means that men and women should be treated equally. We never say women are superior or better than men. We just want everyone to be treated equally without regards to their gender. Continue reading “The Day I turned Egalitarian”