Learning how to THINK: review of Bitasta Roy Mehta’s book Have a THINK
I applaud Bitasta Roy Mehta for hitting the nail directly on the head when it comes to people management, be it in organizational practices or as individual parts of the fabric of society. What am I talking about? A book called Have a THINK. I needed this book at this juncture of my career and…
Art Zuid 2017: adding color
This week has been quite rainy in Amsterdam. It is normal for this time of the year and something we share, in terms of timing, with the Indian monsoon. While it pours there, it gusts and gushes here, big fat raindrops for company. If you are in the south of Amsterdam don’t miss the…
A Pictorial Ode to Books
I had written about the Friday book market at the Spui earlier. This time around I managed to get better pictures. This is for my bibliophile readers. You would understand the poetry in these pictures.
Small shops are charming. They are manageable. Big stores overwhelm me. I like things that are handmade, single, creative pieces. Often in these stores I find that there is a human element that is a far cry from plastic capitalism. I like the fact that I am supporting an artist, a talent and an enthusiastic…