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Doctor, Love - Your questions answered!

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If you have no idea what this blog is about, let me start by letting you know how you can read my e-book - Doctor, Love

1. Read it on the blog here 2. Get the free PDF here 3. Grab your copy from Amazon here
(All three ways are also available on the landing page of the e-book here)
Alright, now that we have that out of the way, let me tell you that the response to the e-book has been quite overwhelming. To be frank, I never really thought that so many of my friends would even consider reading a short story written by me. But reading is one thing, the interest that everyone showed, the number of copies I mailed out and the compliments and questions I received in response was something I could have never imagined.

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So here I am, blogging my take on the most asked questions about Doctor, Love.
1. Why the name Doctor, Love? - Vague and inexpressi…

What is your total experience?

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"More than 5 years now." I quickly answered after a small calculation. But the next question was surprising.

"How can you measure your experience in terms of years?"

Dumbfounded. I had no idea where this conversation was heading towards. So I smiled waiting for an explanation.

"Your experience cannot be measured in years or any other unit of time for that matter. After all its 'experience', in double inverted commas. Let me ask you this, what was your experience of this training, would your answer be 5 days?"

I knew that was a rhetoric and it did led me into thinking about it.


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When a 63 year old man with immense experience of delivering World class projects for four decades tells you that the number of years is not how you calculate experience, you are ought to give it another thought. Can our work ex…

Doctor, Love - My ebook, out now!

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Let's cut to the chase. You are here because (hopefully) you are interested in my first attempt at writing a small e-book: Doctor, Love! So let me try and give you a quick glimpse.

Doctor, Love is a story of Tanya - a young, passionate, career-oriented Doctor in Delhi. She practices in two of the biggest hospitals in the city and is also considering getting a Ph. D. While the book doesn't really aim at telling a love story, I won't blame you if you feel like it does flirt with the idea of one. Our protagonist is single and marriage isn't really a priority for her.

However, that changes when her boyfriend (aiming to be husband soon) decides to create ripples in their calm-water-esque relationship. Tanya isn't necessarily running away from the wedlock but isn't too pleased either. Why? (hint: you need to read the book 😋)

There is also an uncredited antagonist in the story and its perfectly fine if you are not able to make that out. Nevertheless, I hope you enjoy my…

Blogger - The new age endorser

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For those of us that do not blog, do not have a YouTube channel, do not post much on social media - Facebook, Twitter and Instagram included, all of this could just be a 'waste of time'. This 'waste of time' is often attributed to 'you can eat your food without sharing its picture on social media' sort of comments.

So what are the people not posting their #foodporn photos on social media missing out on? Nothing much. Except for the fact that there are bloggers who review restaurants and earn a share when people visit those restaurants on their recommendation. This revenue-sharing-for-expert-opinion model is precisely the impact of the blogger.

A new term has recently emerged - YouTuber. Earlier, a YouTuber was basically a Vlogger (aka Video Blogger). Gaming, Tech, Beauty, Reviews, Sports, Cooking, you name it and the YouTubers are available in abundance. What is their impact? Ask someone who owns a large LCD TV and the latest PlayStation gaming console because th…

What is the one compliment that apply to all men?

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Let me admit this before we start - I totally love it when I get an email or an instant message from someone asking anything about my blog. Ask someone who blogs, what could be more fulfilling than someone actually reading it! 😁

I have earlier blogged about the top 3 compliments that apply to all women and I recently received a question asking the top 3 compliments that could apply to all men out there! Well that seems to be an easy question. And I call it easy partly because we men are not used to even half the compliments women get. Talk about being an unappreciated gender!

So when a man receives a compliment he instantly jumps to cloud 9 and most of us don't even know how to react. A simple "Thank You" is good enough though.

But back to the original question - is there a "your eyes are so lovely" (a sure shot compliment applicable to all women of the World) kind of compliment that applies to all men?

You see, that is where it gets tricky. The compliments that m…

The #1 resume mistake!

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Yes Sir, this is the blog I did my first facebook live video about :-)

I have pretty much covered everything I wanted to include but nonetheless the blog is here!

To begin with I must say there are tons of advice available out there when it comes to perfecting your resume. There are many ways to 'get your resume right'. But the number 1 mistake anyone can make when it comes to resume is not treating it as a live document.

Mostly resumes are updated only when we are looking for a job change which eventually becomes one more hurdle in the new job search. Now I am no resume writing professional or a career expert but below are a few reasons I feel the resume needs to stay updated at all times,

1. Often times, we get informed by our ex-colleagues and friends about job opportunities in their respective organizations that we might be interested in. However, since our resumes are seldom updated, by the time we update and send across, the job posting is either already no longer available …

Exactly how boring can reading a book be?

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There goes a saying - "a person who doesn't read has no advantage over a person who cannot read."

Well technologically speaking, that isn't true. *Geek Logic* There are audio books and softwares of all kinds available out there that can read the book for us regardless of our ability to read. Of course in this case we must be able to listen!

Here's the question though - exactly how boring can reading a book get?

Some people would rather watch paint dry than read a book. While some others will be baffled by the question, after all, how can reading a book be boring for anyone?

Personally, I think reading books is very underrated especially considering the life transforming potential that they carry. School books were enough reading for me in my teenage while the coolest new thing called the 'internet' kept me busy in late 2000s. But this doesn't mean that I ran away at the sight of those fat fiction novels. However, it does mean that I started out on the jou…

MBA? So what's your startup idea?

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If you are an MBA, atleast once someone, somewhere must have asked you - so what's your startup idea?
With the words like 'entrepreneurship', 'venture capital', 'seed funding' and, ofcourse, 'startup' appearing almost everywhere from TV to Newspapers and from Facebook feeds to YouTube videos, it is almost a moral obligation for an MBA to have a startup idea! After all, what else do they teach you in MBA? :-)
Personally, my answer has always been a food joint. But I am pretty sure that there are much more soon-to-be-restaurateurs out there than the number of existing restaurants. I have never really taken a step further in planning a food joint which in itself is a proof enough that it is not my cup of hot chocolate. I also tend to believe that the buzz around has developed a notion that owning a company is too damn cool! But this buzz doesn't address the fact that RUNNING a company is where the dirty work lies
Now while we are at it, and I being an…

The top 5 most annoying co-workers!

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The only disclaimer I would like to add before I start this blog is that it’s my blog, you have read the title and you are the best person to decide if you want to read further :-)
Also, there are all kinds of people in every office (and everywhere else) and not everyone will fit in a category below. But if you do come across someone mentioned below, you have been warned!
1. The interrogator 5W1H is by default the first word of most of their sentences. You might think that a question is often a conversation starter and there is nothing wrong with that but when you feel like the entire conversation was simply answering questions, you my friend, have just spoken to the interrogator!
2. The dealer "You bought this for 25000? I could get you something far better in much less!" Dealers are usually more knowledgeable than you are and whatever they own is much better than anything you will ever possess. It doesn’t end there because dealers get better deals on everything including holida…
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