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manan hora
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Social media addict. Tech junkie. A student, writer&poet (or so they say), and an on the make entrepreneur
Social media addict. Tech junkie. A student, writer&poet (or so they say), and an on the make entrepreneur

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Finding Your Purpose, Mark Zuckerberg’s Commencement Speech
For those of you who haven’t seen it yet, I highly recommend watching Mark Zuckerberg’s commencement speech: I love this speech- it is in equal parts funny, touching and full of relevant messages and takes, especially for our generation. He touched upon the...
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‘You’ll Never Be Rich Since You’re Obviously Smart’…
I recently came across an article , titled, ‘This is why class valedictorians don’t become millionaires’. Wait a minute, didn’t I always want to be a valedictorian? Isn’t that what my parents told me?- go to school, get good grades, that’s how you’ll be suc...
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On Curiosity, Adding Value and Exceeding Expectations...
I finished my second internship at WeightWatchers two days ago. It was an amazing experience. I learnt a lot- about my industry, product management, and about work in general. I wanted to share some of that with you today. I promise I’ll try to not be preac...
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Musings on Rain
I can hear the church-bells as I sit here, on ‘top of the world’. I don’t come here a lot, this magnificent balcony of Rush Rhees, punctuated with pillars which assert their majesty. The weather is perfect: too cold for shorts, yet too warm for a jacket. Th...
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Lessons from 'The Art of War' By Sun Tzu
This week I finished re-reading The Art of War by Sun Tzu. This really short book is such a goldmine of lesso ns w hich can be applied in day-to-day life especially in leadership, politics and business. Let’s take a closer look at some of the lessons Uncle ...
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Don't Think. Just Do It.
Found this excerpt from a journal entry I wrote a few months ago and thought I'd share it here: There are some people, who just think so much about what they want to do, and, as a result, don't actually end up doing it. I am sure you know at least one perso...
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My Three Favorite TED Talks
Ken Robinson- Schools Kill Creativity Julian Treasure- How to Speak So People Will Listen Amy Cuddy- Power of Body Language 1) Ken Robinson- Schools Kill Creativity Education is a topic that has always been close to my heart. I was lucky enough to go to a s...
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Books I Read in 2016
I love to read. Back in middle school and high school, I used to finish at least 2 to 3 books every month, even more during the holidays. In the last two years, my reading habit has deteriorated as far as books go. Sure, I have begun to read a lot more arti...
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‘Le Petit Prince’, and Why Imagination is Essential To Problem Solving
I’m currently reading ‘The Little Prince’ (‘Le Petit Prince’ in French), by Antoine De Saint Exupery. The narrator starts by telling a story from his childhood when he was 6 years old. He talks about a time when he drew the following picture: and asked the ...
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My Three Favorite TED Talks
Ken Robinson- Schools Kill Creativity Julian Treasure- How to Speak So People Will Listen Amy Cuddy- Power of Body Language 1) Ken Robinson- Schools Kill Creativity Education is a topic that has always been close to my heart. I was lucky enough to go to a s...
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