Hey, you enjoy reading, don’t you?
What if you could gain real-life insights from lived experiences of a writer?
Wouldn’t it be great if you had access to the success and failure stories of others so that you could apply the learnings to make your life better?
Here’s some good news:
I write a weekly blog that will allow you to do just that. Every week I share real-life experiences. Stories that will make you happy, sad, anxious, curious, glad, etc.
Some of the stories are my own, some belong to others whom I have followed closely.
Why Do I Write?
I use my hard-earned knowledge and practical success or failure stories to help those who feel stuck in their career or life.
Even if my writing touches one life, or a larger number are able to benefit from my experiences, for me, it is gratifying and priceless.
I did not have the benefit of learning this way. I stumbled and rebalanced through my life’s journey. But you don’t need to.
Every week you will receive a new story that will be insightful or inspiring. In some weeks, it could be both.
If yes, consider signing up for my weekly blog. It’s free.
Once you subscribe, you will receive an email each week I publish fresh content. It will reside in your mailbox and you can read it at your leisure.
You can directly engage with me to share what you like, what doesn’t work for you, and what you’d enjoy reading. I will try and customize my future posts to suit your need.
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Your Voice, My Choice
This is what Rajen does in his blog. Picks up everyday instances of lived experiences and presents a thought around them that is eye opening. I particularly remember a part of his writing when he mentioned two of his interactions with Mr V Krishnamurthy 4 years apart. And he said how the gentleman remembered his name. Rajen then presented a thought that changed my idea of relationships, he said Mr V Krishnamurthy remembered a young Rajen from a meeting 4 years ago not because Rajen was important or the person had a great memory. Mr Krishnamurthy
remembered Rajen because he cared. I love reading his blogs for such invaluable insights. His interpretation of everyday interactions that can change the way we live life is something all of us can learn from.