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In the first instalment of this article (read it here), the reader was introduced to the stories of the Flight of Icarus, Norbulingka of Dharamsala, Frans Johansson’s The Medici Effect and Dan Pink’s A Whole

by Rajesh Kamath While in Crete, Daedalus created the plan for the Minoan Palace of Knossos, one of the most important archaeological sites in Crete and Greece today. It was a magnificent architectural design and building,

Rajesh Kamath Part 1 of this article can be found here Learning from sport I am of the view that the finest settings for the resolution of many Managerial (and life) challenges are found in sport – especially

by Rajesh Kamath “Is it not he, a true philosopher who, though he be unrecognized of men, cherishes no resentment?” ~ Confucius, Chinese statesman and philosopher, in Analects. A unique experiment There is an interesting concept restaurant at

by Rajesh Kamath   We continue from Part 1 of this article, where we discussed Being v/s Becoming, the significance of four and how Well Being is the alignment of the four human equipments – mind, body,

by Rajesh Kamath   “For, to be aware and to be are the same” – Permanides, Greek Philosopher   Well Being: Being rather than becoming In an earlier article, I had introduced the Mindful Talent Leader. This piece will take

by Rajesh Kamath   “He who lives in harmony with himself, lives in harmony with the universe” – Marcus Aurelius Once upon a time, there was a gigantic 100-year-old tree that stood in the middle of a great

by Rajesh Kamath   “He who lives in harmony with himself, lives in harmony with the universe” – Marcus Aurelius Once upon a time, there was a gigantic 100-year-old tree that stood in the middle of a great

by Rajesh Kamath In 1984, a South African magazine published the code to a video game which a boy, barely twelve years old, had designed. The game, a science fiction inspired space game called Blastar, was

By Rajesh Kamath   There is a well known story attributed to Viktor Frankl, the great psychiatrist who survived the Nazi concentration camp in Germany, in his book “Man’s search for Meaning”. In the story, he tells

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