Category : Personal Philosophy

Personal Philosophy

My life experiences and learnings

I was invited by my founder friend Abhishek Shah (co-founder, Almo) to deliver a talk to the young team members at Almo – one of my investee companies. I spent some time talking about my experiences starting with the foundational values and philosophy of my life, besides sharing few learnings based on my personal and […]

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Personal Philosophy

Happy Mother’s Day – Tribute to my mother Lt. Smt. Sarla Devi

My mother, Sarla Devi was born in Pakistan. She was the only child and came from a very rich background. Post partition she had to shift to India with a daughter and had a very challenging time and they were almost surviving by the day. She was blessed with three more children post the partition […]

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Personal Philosophy - Startup

My goals for 2022 vis-à-vis Start-Ups – Create moonshots to inspire and energise

One of my founder friends asked me a question about my goals for 2022, my response to him was that I need to work with my founder friends to ensure they create and internalize the purpose (Moonshots). It is my strong belief companies driven by purpose and core human values will for sure attract positive […]

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Personal Philosophy

My Journey in 2020: Higher Purpose, Startup Investments

The Covid-19 pandemic took over our lives in the year 2020. The pandemic created disruptions in our journeys of life, and we have seen new normal emerge because of this pandemic. I am blessed to have been able to live my values, continue to stay focused on my higher purpose of staying happy, spreading happiness, […]

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Personal Philosophy

Importance of Power of Listening and Life Long Learner – Some thoughts

I have been reflecting on the relationship between Listener and Lifelong learner and its linkage to becoming a successful leader who is loved and admired in the current environment.  Here are some of my high-level thoughts based on my understanding of spirituality, consciousness,  and life’s learnings: We don’t tend to listen with an open mind, either […]

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