We all want to feel helpful. And for many of us, this desire is so strong it becomes our life mission.
I remember watching this cultural performance during my stay in Udaipur, India. There was this moment… So incredibly special it felt as if time was suspended.
A year ago today was the last time I was a permanent employee. I was about to venture on my sabbatical and little did I know that at the centre of it, was going to be a question of identity…
Lead. Challenge. Inspire. This is what this blog is about. Today, I’m stuck in the middle.
Have you ever been in a situation where you felt you weren’t acting as yourself? Why do you think that was? What’s necessary for someone to be authentic?
At times bare and mysterious, other times lush and inviting, the mountains of Laos were a sight to sore eyes! I spent 24 days in this country, going from south to north. Here are the lessons I’ve learnt along the way…
Surrounded by majestic dark mountains and large golden rice fields, Konglor is a small village in central Laos, home to the spooky 7.5km Konglor cave. Contrary to the latter, its inhabitants are so warm and welcoming, shouting ‘Sa bai dee’ (‘hello’) at everyone passing by.