Here’s your weekly dose of “5-Bullet Tuesday”, list of things I’m enjoying or pondering.
Advertisement I thought was poignant –
This Amul Ad conveys so much about the situation and sentiments of people in Delhi these days. Just as a severe winter passed us by, what has followed is a lot of tension and scare due to riots and rumour mongering gripping the capital (to CAA or not to CAA).
Quote I loved –
A little note from John Maxwell, for all of you who are or want to become a coach/ mentor/ trainer or teacher:
The measure of a great teacher isn’t what he or she knows; it’s what the students know.
Person I have to thank –
And why just me, no matter who you are or what you do, you have to thank this guy for his life’s work. Larry Tesler, inventor of cut, copy-and-paste computer functions, died at 74 last week. Imagine what your life would be, especially software developers :), without this invention. RIP Larry.
Article I loved –
Very honest and relatable response from Shiva Shukla to the Quora question – How will you defend yourself if your dad happened to come across bad videos on your phone? Check it out here.
Simple communication tips I learnt –
Keeping communication simple is the key to successful presentations. John Maxwell gives out these five guidelines for keeping it simple:
- Talk to people, not above them.
- Get to the point.
- Say it over and over and over again.
- Say it clearly.
- Say less.
Simple, isn’t it? But, it takes a lot of difficult work to really keep it simple.
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