People always want to know how I found the courage to start an organization while in university, and how I aggregated the resources. My answer is simple — just start. When I started, I had no idea what was required to run an organization and I received advice from nobody. I simply wrote down my ideas in a journal, introduced those ideas to a few friends, invited them for a meeting and took their questions.
Too many times, I’ve committed myself to certain tasks and invested countless hours in them, only to encounter a familiar brick-wall somewhere in my head. I begin to question the relevance of that project, its potential for impact, my interest in pursuing it, and whether I am supremely qualified to embark on that task. Once a while, I soldier on;… Read More »Where is Your Heart?
On Saturday 23rd July 2011, I had the privilege of speaking to a diverse audience of high school students, college students and mid-career professionals in Philadelphia, USA on the subject “What’s Next?” This is a question which inevitably pops up at every point in life when a person begins to feel dissatisfied with the status quo. For the average high… Read More »What’s Next?
Farrah Gray was only 8 years old when the challenges of brainstorming, creating, marketing, negotiating and managing were thrust on him. “What could an 8-year old probably know about business?” you might want to ask, but Farrah explains that he had no choice but to rise up to the challenge posed to him by his mother’s doctor who told him… Read More »Young, Talented & Responsible