Have you ever spent more money trying to get the worth out of already sunken costs?

Have you ever spent more money trying to get the worth out of already sunken costs? Sometimes we keep investing more to keep an investment afloat. Constantly pumping money into a loss-making company to keep it running is such an example. 

Are you on the wrong bus?

Winner of the Nobel peace prize Wangari Maathai, in her book 'The Challenge for Africa', starts the introduction title as 'On the wrong bus'. The phrase refers to an action of moving in the wrong direction by taking the wrong bus, being there and being led by others in moving away from your desired place. While her context is completely different but the subject is relevant to all of us in our personal and professional life as well.

Learning a new skill has become a fashion in the modern world. People learn different things like a new skill- like a foreign language. I have seen people learning French, Spanish, Chinese, German or some other foreign language as a hobby and...

How much does a day value in your life? When I ask this question, you will smirk, saying, 'What does this question mean at all?' But taken seriously, it will give us a good idea about the importance of time in life, importance of a day in our...

Many times we come across people who cannot find solution to simple problems. We suggest them a good way out but they can't implement. They keep complaining about the situation and we start believing that someone likes to behave as victim. It...

(Expressed opinions are personal.)We are going back to basics. And it is helpful for us, human being, the society and the ecosystem. You might have noticed the fashion of pastel colour clothes is becoming popular. You might have noticed people...

“When I was a child...” and the story goes on. Have you heard your grandparents or parents narrating some stories about their childhood? They invariably begin with this phrase, “when I was a child...”.

Diwali festivities are round the corner. One of the key elements of celebrating Diwali is playing cards! People in India like to play cards on the Diwali night with the hope that Goddess Lakshmi will bestow its blessings upon them and that luck...



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