Mehr kay Naan-chanay: 60 years old taste. Ichhra, Lahore.
Case in point 1: There was a time when I had to do lot of effort to get a new client; all kinds of sales pitches, demos, references in print form, company profile, showing up in a nice business dress and what not. After a certain years of work a new customer now usually means … Continue reading Sleeping with doubt
Yesterday evening I attended the funeral prayers of an uncle of mine who died at the age of 75. Last few decades of his life were so miserable that people often quoted his example when describing how bad life could be. He did not have any kids or friends and his house was at a … Continue reading How do you know you are stuck in life?
Everyone has that uncle who had his fair share of achievements in life and is now living a retired life. But his future plans at the age of 70 still make sense to ears. You sit with him for few minutes and he will quickly chalk out a perfect looking grand business plan. Like .. .. … Continue reading That uncle …
Today is father's day and, while I don't like these 'days' much, I still feel the need to write something about fathers; my father, your father and all fathers out there. My late father was a great dad, as great as your dad is or as anyone else dad is. I cannot imagine there are … Continue reading A tribute to all dads
Ok, I am as ambitious (is this word a nice substitute for being greedy?) as anyone can be or as every one wants to be. Which means I want to do lots of things; lots of projects; lots of clients; lots of programming; lots of marketing activity, lots of every thing. Unfortunately whenever I try … Continue reading Power of focus
Yesterday I was late from my office and I was in real hurry. I had to cross many traffic red lights without stopping so that I could reach my office on time. Don't get me wrong. I am usually a law abiding citizen and I do wait at a crossing with red light to turn green … Continue reading Why I broke red traffic signal yesterday