To ‘former’ office goers… with love

What are the signs that the worst of Covid is behind us (fingers still crossed):

1. The vaccination numbers look very promising with more than 70% population covered with double doses

2. You get parking in Basement 4 in malls on a Saturday afternoon

3. RRR crosses Rs. 900 crore in global business

4. School buses can be seen ferrying kids

5. Flight tickets and vacation destinations for the upcoming long weekend are exorbitantly high.

But the offices predominantly still sport a deserted look. In most of the conversations with my friends and peers from other organisations, the common topic is what can be done to get people to back to work.

The song below by the legendary Kishore Kumar summarises the situation of managers quite well… Enjoy it on a lighter note.

#MondayMotivation #LataMangeshkar #Tribute

The Nightingale of India, Lata Mangeshkar, departed for her final journey yesterday to mesmerise the heavenly bodes with her melodious voice.

An embodiment of musical excellence left behind a 80 year old legacy for a timeless remembrance.

The world will remember her by the songs.

The video above is the private playlist of a known that was made public yesterday.

Listen, Enjoy and Thank God for gifting us with such beautiful creations as the voice of Lataji.

Om Shanti!

#MondayMotivation #MakeaMark

This week’s post is a tribute to the great musician Meat Loaf who lost his life to Corona last week.

The most intriguing work he did was the song ‘I’d Do Anything For Love (But I Won’t Do That)’ with the lyrics (excerpt only)

And I would do anything for love,
But I won’t do that
No I won’t do that

What he meant by ‘won’t do that’ is still an open question?

It stayed while he was alive. And will remain now after he is gone too.

So make your work to leave such a mark that people feel intrigued even after you are gone.