A graceful figure clad in a sari, she is sitting on the floor. Her back is straight resting against a door or wall. She always read in this position, her body making a right angle, erect in posture, only feet crossed at the ankles, for the three decades I knew her. Her book would be... Continue Reading →
This post is a combination of two of my favorites- reading and lists. I thought it would be fun to see what I could come up. And lo and behold- I decided to simply add different lists related to reading in this post. I. My current reads: Laura Vanderkam's "Off the Clock" Seth Godin's "All... Continue Reading →
In this week’s post, I first thought to share updates on my reading goals for 2018- 25 books. Hurrah! Seemed like a nice milestone to share. The year is almost half up, I’m striding ahead on my goals and everything is hunky Dory, right? Ha ha! Well, I almost did not share this post. Thoughts... Continue Reading →
I recently finished the audiobook Customer Centricity by Peter Fader. This post is a review of the same. Review Summary: This book was mostly good and a little disappointing for varying reasons. Good: I picked this book because I enjoyed the author Professor Fader's MOOC on marketing immensely. The book is very interesting. If you... Continue Reading →
February is almost over and I have barely made a dent in my reading..! So, I thought I'd share my current reading in this post. The book is available via our library's digital offerings.
So apt as I snuggle with my own little Llama who is home with a cold. Thank you Anne Dewdney!! (Creator of Llama Llama series)
Data and Analytics are trending buzzwords today. I should know, I am a freelancing one myself. One of the advantages of having a WordPress blog is that you get to view your site statistics in one place. What better way to kick off another year of blogging than learning from the performance of the past... Continue Reading →
Holiday season is here. November is almost gone and the end of the year is fast approaching. Everyone is super busy and moaning about how swamped we are with work and plans and responsibilities. In a week or so, it will be time to reflect on the year and think about New Year resolutions. But... Continue Reading →