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Don’t let a rotten tomato ruin your day

Don’t let a rotten tomato ruin your day

  Why we always tend to focus on the negative, and how to overcome that.    About ten days ago, I was pondering over the question of why humans tend to overly focus on the negative and why a single offensive comment can ruin our day. I didn’t have to ponder...

3 Lessons For 2020 📚

3 Lessons For 2020 📚

The three lessons I learnt in 2019 led to the 5 books that I gave away at the beginning of the year. These lessons will serve you well as you begin 2020.

Some places I’ve published

A list of curated resources for you…

Check out the 10-step guide I wrote to secure internships in the U.S.

Product Management

Are you preparing for your product management interview? Then click the link below for a list of groups, websites, and articles that will be of help for you!

Journalism

Are you an aspiring freelance writer looking for that big break? Then click below for a list of books to read, groups to join, and fellowships to apply for!

Cool Tools

Are you someone who loves experimenting with new mobile applications and websites? Click below for a list of products that I’ve used or currently use!

Check out the monster guide I wrote for you to get your first interview.

A little about me.

I’m a Product Manager, writer, and aspiring many-things.

I’m motivated by bridging gaps. From studying in a small suburb in Tamil Nadu, India to sitting in a smart classroom in Columbia University, New York, I’ve been blessed with a lot of opportunities. Now, I want to use them to create products that benefits everyone, irrespective of their background. And that’s how I know I want to be a Product Manger.

When I’m sitting at a coffee shop observing the scene, listening to a moving speech at a conference, or reading a page-turner on quality education, my mind is working on how to convert the visual scene and content into a story. And that’s how I know I want to be a writer, and soon an author.

 

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