Category: knowledge

Why go to college?

At a time when technology has enabled most of us in the world to take online courses and workshops from anywhere plus colleges are an expensive investment, we need to…

Goal setting

Have you found yourself struggling to achieve your goals? Do you feel overwhelmed that you don’t have enough time to work on your goals? Do you put off working on…

The foundation

A lot of projects get started. Some big and some small. Yet, I believe the right team can make all the difference and the project’s foundation is very important. I…

Beauty of not yet

Professor Carol Dweck, Lewis and Virginia Eaton Professor of Psychology at Stanford talks about her groundbreaking work on developing mindsets. She emphasizes the power of “yet” in helping students succeed…

Attracting learners

I got an email from Growth Leadership Academy for a Training proposal on “Training of the Trainer (TOT).” The email contained a lot of text, some bolded text and the price of…

Open mind

The willingness to consider ideas and opinions that are new or different to your own is being open minded. I believe a great leader is someone who is open minded.…

Smart Cities: Kathmandu

How do we make Kathmandu a smart city? How do we manage the growing traffic congestions, air quality, complex address systems among many things in the capital and then eventually…

the process

“For me, the beauty is all in the process. It’s all in the journey. It’s all in building something. That’s the most fun for me” – Kobe Bryant. Kobe’s been…

What’s normal in America?

Recently I started reading the book The War on Normal People The truth about America’s disappearing jobs and why Universal Basic Income is our future by Andrew Yang, Founder of Venture…

Skills blog series

What has helped me tremendously in my personal and professional life is developing and having the right skills to adapt to different environments. I was born in Kathmandu (Nepal) and…