Batting with a Star

Batting with a Star

A cheerful odyssey… Being cheerful is an important professional(..)

Showering in the Rainbow
The Annual Bash

The Annual Bash

Behind the curtain… Dec. 17, 7.15 P.M. The countdown had begun.(..)

Hunt for Zen

Hunt for Zen

Good evening Cybage.   One minute… old man… dancing is not my(..)

The Hermit’s Tree

The Hermit’s Tree

Good evening Cybage and welcome again to Pune’s most happening(..)

The Conquest of King Khan
Ageless Smile & Timeless Laughter
A Stylist, an Artist, & a Trainer

The Hunt

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Entrepreneur vs. Professional What is the secret of ‘professional’ success?  Is there a universal trick? Global business journals are flooded with myriad case papers involving who-is-who that ever made it big.  The secrets seem to be as abundant as the stars in the cosmos —a few of my(..)

The Nested Sacrifices

The Nested Sacrifices

You know how birds fly away? Let me tell you a story. Once there(..)

Life of a Shadow – Part 2

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The killing fields... Not loving him is an act of treason.  But that’s not why I love him.  I love Sachin Tendulkar because I feel very happy every time he comes to bat.   Like my billion patriotic countrymen, I too had tears in my eyes while watching him being carried on the shoulders(..)

A Fairyless Tale

A Fairyless Tale

Serious motivational stories worked in the past. Stories, where a(..)

In Pursuit of Peace

In Pursuit of Peace

Jab jab we met.. They say that everyone you meet in this life is(..)

Monkey Business

Monkey Business

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Customer Perspective About a century ago, mankind was going(..)

Ascending a Pyramid

A leadership tip by a follower Who would imagine that an article with rock-climbing references can have the ingredients to trigger a corporate debate?! It was interesting to note the emergence of many fresh perspectives on the intriguing art of toggling between the work field and the play field. But, of course, the real-world rock climbing carries a lot(..)

Swinging the Pendulum

Swinging the Pendulum

Work and Play Mike Cartwright was a little different than most of(..)

Retiring of a Hero

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How to reward loyalty? There is something baffling about the year-end. The holiday season syndrome manages to keep you incredibly busy, but with a “de-intensity” that doesn’t allow you to accomplish anything reasonable! I too had my share of singing, dancing, partying, and all good things(..)

The Secret of Corporate Happiness

From Bays to Skyscrapers – Part 2

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When the logic hangs up Four options in the previous blog, dozen experts…yet we have a hung jury! So when options dry up, what must a blogger do? Flip the blog and retry luck at a different level..moving up from San Francisco bay.. To Manhattan Skyscraper… Arguably, the most branded(..)

The Seattle Odyssey…

Personification of Duty Just before the turn of the 21st century, drove in Odyssey Technologies in Cybage life. Odyssey was the first amongst our second-generation customers, and started off the growth-through-references trend that Cybage was to behold for years to come. One of our delighted ex-customer POCs—Dan Eshner—had joined Odyssey as its new(..)

Sleepless in Atlanta

Lesson in Crisis Management... At the dawn of every organization, there often is one unique employee who joins in as a fresher and goes on to become a legendary veteran. Cybage had a good fortune of one such fine professional in Mahesh GB, the first Cybagian of our shaping years! But this story is not about Mahesh’s meteoric ‘flight’ from fresher(..)

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