• How to Solve a Problem using Upstream Actions

    Story of VanMoof In 2015, Dutch Bicycle company VanMoof began shipping their bicycles to US customers. While the bikes were getting sold like hotcakes, however they faced lot of problems in shipping them to their customers. The company’s logistics handler weren’t careful while handling the packages which resulted in causing damage to the product. Almost 25% of the bikes were damaged during shipping, due to which they recieved a lot of flak from their customers. In an interview to CNN, VanMoof’s co-founder Taco Carlier explained “We asked ourselves, what do Americans really love? What would prompt couriers to be delicate with a parcel?”. After several hours of brainstroming, they came…

  • History of Metaverse – A Journey Through Time

    “Metaverse is an embodied internet that you’re inside of rather than just looking at it!” – Mark Zuckerburg Metaverse! yes we know the word has been buzzing in all nooks and crannies of the Internet. While the masses consider it to be the latest trend and treat it as some kind of dystopian technology, it is infact slowly been creeping up all this while now, and is ready to take the tech world by storm. Before we try to make sense of what’s gonna happen in future, let’s deep dive into some important events which played an important role in shaping up this “blend of real and virtual world” or…

  • How To Develop Bias For Action

    Some lessons have to be experienced before they can be understood Michael Batnick (Investor) Story of Java Jacket Back in 1989 Jay Sorensen a struggling realtor, pulled into a coffee shop drivethrough to get his morning cup of coffee. While on the way out of the drive through coffee spill burned his fingers, forcing him to release a blistering hot cup of coffee onto his lap. While this incident may not have been good for Jay’s lap, it was however phenomenal for his career as he chanced upon an innovative idea which went on to make the life better for millions of routine coffee drinkers. The incident made Sorensen realise…

  • How to be a First Principles Thinker

    For we do not think we know a thing until we are acquainted with its primary conditions or first principles and have carried our analysis as far as its simplest elements Aristotle Ability to make a decision is a superpower and the chief enemy of a good decision is lack of sufficient perspective on a problem. That is when first principle comes to rescue, it helps an individual gain the well rounded perspective in order to tackle the problem but before we dwell into how an individual becomes a first principles thinker, let’s understand what is first principle thinking, how does it works and how it can be leveraged to…

  • 6 Must try Great things to do in Udupi

    Craving for a beach vacay but don’t wanna ruin your perfect sunset selfie with half naked men photobombing it? then yes my friend Udupi is the holy grail for you, it is the perfect place to experience crystal clean beaches, refreshing sea breeze along with great food without making a huge dent in your pocket and in this blog I’ll share 6 Must Try things that you absolutely don’t wanna miss out while exploring this underrated gem. Here are 6 things that are must try in Udupi 1. Mini trip to St. Mary’s Island This dazzling Island is located just 6 Kms off the coast of Malpe. Surrounded by clear…

  • 10 best easy to read philosophy books

    The word philosophy is of Ancient Greek origin: philosophía, meaning “love of wisdom.” existence, knowledge, truth, beauty, justice, validity, mind, and language. It’s a wonderful tool for thinking about the deepest questions that arise for human beings, so that we can decipher the ways which can lead us to a better life. To help guide you on that path we have assimilated a list of 10 best easy to read philoshy books. Let us take a look at them and choose a partner to begin our journey. Think: A Compelling Introduction to Philosophy Author: Simon Blackburn Synopsis: This is a book about the big questions in life: knowledge, consciousness, fate,…