They say that before you embark on any new venture (in our case adventure) always find your WHY. The HOW will find itself. As Simon Sinek says in his book Find Your Why : Our WHY is our purpose, cause or belief—the driving
Indian Coastal Cycling Expedition – Ambolgad – Malvan – Shiroda – Panjim – Dabolm– Don’t Let Obstacles Define Your Experience!
As we continued pedalling along the towns and hamlets on the fringes of Ratnagiri district, the quality of roads suddenly changed. And a few meters ahead we saw a board Welcome to Sindhudurg. Just transcending from one district to the
Indian Coastal Cycling Expedition – Dapoli – Guhaghar – GanpatiPule – Pawas – Ambolgad – Push your Limits– you never know what you can achieve!
You will never know your limits unless you push yourself to them. And once you push yourself beyond the limits, you suddenly understand how capable and strong you are. We had kept a limit of covering a maximum of 75
Indian Coastal Cycling Expedition – Harihareshwar – Dapoli- Let out the child in you & you will never grow old
Childhood was all about enjoying simple things; the world from a child’s eyes is always beautiful. If we continue to keep the child in us alive, we would never grow old. That was my learning for the day
As a leader you can be tough on your self and raise the bar for everyone, but you should also be caring if you want your team to excel at the collective effort. Day 3 brought out best of the
The very first day of the ride taught us lessons in change management… be flexible in your approach and be prepared to alter plans on the go
As any young 30 something would do, I set off to work towards my dream. I was working hard to make enough money to put food on the table and partially support a family of 5 then. Times were good,
Sitting by my desk fiddling with a pencil in hand, I glanced around, and my gaze stopped at the Flat Bed Scanner on my desk. And there it was, I could use the flat bed scanner to make my images.
Static images generally tend to freeze the moment, nothing bad in it. But for me, it is not as much appealing as much as an impressionist image which tends to create a sense of movement, which tends to excite ones peripheral vision.
So often we think that we need more equipment to be a better photo artist. Better lenses, better cameras, better lights, better models, better shooting conditions etc. But in fact, we need less.