Yeh jeevan hai…does it still fits in for Indian families today?

Nostalgia…hit me again and this is what came out from within. There’s something about this song, and I don’t know if it’s the lyrics, the simplicity of the tune itself, the chords…but even today if you see the original video of this song, it kind of generates a curiosity inside and you tend to think…hey, what could have happened next in the movie, or what’s it really about?

 

But please be informed, this is not the original song that I am posting but yet another copycat attempt of Kishore Kumar the great…so don’t worry, I know you’re brave enough to listen to it once:)

Cheers!

Tanmay

Small Business Tips – What Makes A Successful SMB Owner Buzz?

What causes one small business to succeed while another fails? Though there isn’t a definitive recipe for success but owners of small businesses that rise at the top, often share these traits in common:

Tech-savvy – Most successful small business owners are connected digitally and invest money into their website, IT, social media efforts and office equipments – all in the interest of efficiency.

Inquiring – These business owners are constantly seeking out new information and strive to understand what is the ‘behind-the-failure’ or success of particular initiatives, in addition to keeping an eye on trends in the industry.

Experimental – Successful business owners are constantly testing new ideas and methodically measuring results in a search for the most effective ways to sell, market and manage their businesses.

Task-oriented – Successful business owners have the ability to plan ahead, understanding how daily tasks claim to the company’s long-term strategy.

Content – Successful business owners take pride in the accomplishments of their businesses and in producing a great product or service.

Musafir hoon yaaron, na ghar hai na thikaana

Simple, yet so strange

Hy-all!

Here’s a great simple quote from Lord Buddha:

“You can search throughout the entire universe for someone who is more deserving of your love and affection than you are yourself, and that person is not to be found anywhere.
You yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe deserve your love and affection.”
– Lord Buddha

Give it a second thought and please explain it to me what does this mean.  I am sure it’s not about being selfish or getting self-praised.  If you’re the deserving one then who actually is the provider/giver?

Ai dil ab kahi le ja…

Hello people!

Just came across this old gold nugget on someone’s blog.  Apparently, couldn’t stop myself finding the karaoke version and singing it myself. So here’s the crap – dare you listen to it? Uh, comments are welcome…:)