Business Archives - "Outlive Yourself" - by Maulshri
  • "I see what you don’t. Write about things least spoken of. Speak less, listen more. Watch less, observe more. Know more by learning more. Attach less, detach more. Be seen less, remembered more. And believe that less is, in fact, more."
  • "Today, organs can get replaced but no one has found a replacement for lost trust, abandoned hearts, shattered souls and tears that flowed. Imagine that!"
  • "Life is not a straight line. It is a circle. See you a-round!"
  • If you do not wish to cross the bridge when you get to it go ahead, take a boat... either way, cross over, you will have to."

Category Archive: Business

Jul 24 2015

Friendship: A Cynical Thought

Friendship

Friendship… A new-school cynical thought on an old-school trusting relationship.

Sep 18 2013

Massage Envy Spa: Avoid!

‘Massage Envy Spa’ Nothing to envy, Nothing even remotely spa like, Avoid it like a bad skin infection Look for tranquility in another direction! Today, September 18, 2013, thought I’d take some time off my crazy schedule and visit a spa! Get a facial done maybe, pamper myself a little. So I made arrangements for my …

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Nov 17 2012

Innovators and Imitators

Do you sometimes get the feeling you are being closely watched? Your work? Your style? Something that comes naturally to you is being closely monitored? Most often you will be right. Especially if your work is open to public.

May 28 2012

You Are Dispensable

Artist: Krause, Hans Photo courtesy: hitcollect.com   When even the most prized and talented racehorse is wounded, all his prior accolades, awards and honour are forgotten. The glory he earned for his owner is stripped to the bone, chewed and digested. He is shot dead and replaced. A bitter realisation that no matter how much and how …

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Mar 14 2012

A Retailer’s Faux Pas

This article was featured on India’s first and biggest online business magazine, www.domain-b.com on March 22, 2012 http://domain-b.com/brand_dossier/marketing/20120321_supermarket.html The other day I was horrified to learn of an Indian supermarket’s method of reducing inventory shrinkage. Their loss prevention plan due to shoplifting is as follows:

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