Category Archives: meandering

Persistence and Flexibility

Reading about the experiences of a web startup, the following comment caught my eye: The key lessons I’ve learnt are the importance of being persistent and flexible in your mindset. It’s inevitable that you will go through tough times, and … Continue reading

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Is Moving to India a Good Idea?

Ten years ago, I probably had a great opportunity to be in on the ground floor of China’s transformation. At the time, I knew it was going to be big, but it wasn’t such common knowledge then. I was doing … Continue reading

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Meandering vs Commitment

If this blog has a central theme, it is that of inquiring into Meandering vs Commitment. A good many schools of thought extol the virtues of commitment. Especially in existentialist philosophy and in approaches to personal development spawned by that. … Continue reading

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David Lodge on Joyce’s Choices

I'm reading David Lodge's "The Practice of Writing". One chapter is called "Joyce's Choices"… These are some of key choices that Joyce made and stuck to with extraodinary steadfastness: to renounce the Catholic faith in which he was brought up; … Continue reading

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