India is hungry for top talent and needs to work on a policy that will make it easier for them to stay or come back after studying overseas.
This is India’s chance to take the lead in a fundamentally disruptive technology which has global momentum behind it.
At a time when we spend more and more time online, the practice of meditation seems like a great way to switch off and bring back focus. Try it.
Match quality, as David Epstein explained in his book 'Range', is a term economists use to describe the degree of fit between the work someone does and who they are—their abilities and proclivities.
Many times entrepreneurs become too serious and get bogged down by the headwinds they face. This can be counterproductive.
If we want to see a prosperous digital India, like the government wishes us to be, we need to have a widespread crackdown on digital fraud.
Hint: Not on social media.
A book may be an overkill but in a world where we don’t get too much face time with each other, it may not be a bad idea to write a one-pager about yourself and share it with your colleagues.
If you, or your company, have deep expertise in a field or have a unique spin to your craft, podcasting is a great medium to grow your brand.
Many people will experience artificial intelligence technologies at a deeper level through art and other forms of expression.
The idea of habit stacking has been around for a few decades now. It is very simple but powerful.
As millions of Indians come online, we need more such startups that make it easier for them to harness the power of the internet.
The environmental impact of a growing manufacturing base needs to be managed better because denial is not an option.
So when you pick your next gig, think of motivators and not just your paycheck.
Production-linked incentives will give global EV manufacturers a good reason to make in India.
At a time when millions of Indians are using the internet, not just to entertain themselves, but also to make a living, India can’t afford not to have data protection laws.
As India’s software as a service or SaaS companies aim to grow bigger, the old playbook is getting an upgrade.
Going public will force Indian tech companies into an era of frugality.
India’s entrepreneurial ecosystem is set to explode. Thanks to all the 'fuck you' money that will go into the system.
The shiny new app that you or your children seem to be doing so well on may not really be helping you truly learn even as it gives you a sense of confidence.
Workers and workplaces have changed for the better. But a tech industry revolution - that may still be some way off.
Municipal bonds are not very popular. But perhaps in the future, cities could be run on blockchain and retail investors could confidently buy into city tokens.
Instead of focusing the debate on antiquated theories of incentives, the debate must be about what it will take to help startups succeed.
It is surprising to see so many people crying foul over losing money on crypto.
It’s time we paid attention to our growing social media addiction.