On Introspection and Becoming

You interact with people everyday, the stranger you greet on the street out of social etiquette, the gate man at work who is old enough to father and mother you, the receptionist who barely acknowledges your presence, the colleague who is as much friend as she is a snitch. With every interaction did you ask…

Life Lessons from Serving (1)

I am privileged to serve under a leader I admire, respect and love. We have a virtual group which sits some of our daily meetings, and deliberations. There, she shares daily progress on the vision and then we are left to brainstorm on how to execute. Serving has taught me a few things about leadership…

This ‘Let’s Be Realistic’ Conundrum

How real does something have to be for it to be realistic?What parameters are we using to measure what is real or not?Our senses?My thoughts in words when people tell me ” o come on Dee, please be realistic”I am a thinker. I am largely melancholic in nature, and if there’s one thing I love…