The 5 Characters That Succeed And Don’t Succeed In Sports (& Life)

People who know me well know that I am very fascinated with sports. I love playing even in my busy schedule and I always take time to play cricket and other sports with the local kids around. Cricket is a sport I loved playing growing up for hours and hours, and I especially love the …

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Three Pillars of Demand Generation

Demand Generation is a set of activities that communicates relevant messages to appropriate audience and get them excited and interested about a company's products and services with an intention to convert the prospect into a qualified lead and then into a customer. The goal of demand generation is to develop the key prospect or customer …

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Monetary and Fiscal Policy during Covid19

It is now very clear that the economic impact of Covid19 is going to be far greater than anything that we've seen in the last fifty years, and far greater than the 2008 global financial crisis. People who are poor and middle-class are going to be the most hit in this situation world-wide especially in …

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Raising Autism – Acceptance, Understanding, and Love.

I've almost taken a mini-sabbatical since my last post. Hope you are all safe and doing fine. While we are all battling the Covid19 pandemic, I quietly took this time as an opportunity to spend time with my kid, Aarish. It is not every day that you can get some time with kids these days. …

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Coronavirus – Everything about mask protection

The current route of human to human spread of Coronavirus is majorly via respiratory droplets or contact. Any person who is in close contact, within one meter, with someone who has respiratory symptoms such as sneezing and coughing is at risk of being exposed to potentially infective respiratory droplets. Wearing a medical mask is one …

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Fabric manufacturing today – weaving and knitting.

Textile manufacturing is a major industry and it is based on the conversion of fiber into yarn and yarn into fabric. Fabric is probably one of the most essential needs of humans, and it is just sheer beauty in how we convert fiber to fabric. The world consumes about 200 billion new t-shirts every year. …

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Consciousness cannot have evolved – Bernardo Kastrup

This is a beautiful article by Bernardo Kastrup, a computer engineer, and philosopher. The link to the original article at IAI is here. The overwhelmingly validated theory of evolution tells us that the functions performed by our organs arose from associated increases in survival fitness. For instance, the bile produced by our liver and the …

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