Everyday leadership

The concept of Leadership is hijacked by a specific stereotype that has been persistent since a long time in the history of humanity. Its about a male, charismatic, bold, extrovert, born-this-way person who works in politics, community, or business and leads the masses. But theory and practice prove that leadership and isn’t and shouldn’t be always that way.  Continue reading

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Reading the classics

Classic education is not (or at least should not be) out fashioned, as its name might suggest. The classics, a famous subset of them being the Great Books , are a collection of book that arguably have shaped Western Civilisation.  A wonderful book discussing the issue is The Well-Educated Mind: A Guide to the Classical Education You Never Had by Susan Wise Bauer. I’m interested in the classics and like this book already, even though I just have read the first chapter.  Continue reading

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