Stories behind things matters

Often we end up taking things by its face value. Seldom do we look for the story behind things. The busyness and added focus on outcomes compel us looks for end results, but not the story behind. Many times, journey is more important than destination. So, at least at times we should look for the story behind things, beyond just the outcome. Here is such a story from my personal experience. What do you think of this picture? Someone just sketched when they had nothing else to do? Or some…

Time Zone

This post based a message I received on social media. Owner: Unknown. New York is 3 hours ahead of California but it does not mean that California is slow, or that New York is fast. Both are working based on their own “Time Zone.” Someone is still single. Someone got married and ‘waited’ 10 years before having a child. There is another who had a baby within a year of marriage. Someone graduated at the age of 22, yet waited 5 years before securing a good job; and there is…

ART of ‘Xenzity’

The ART Model..  ART of ‘Xenzity’ Xenzity is a basic experience based model to deal with situations. This doesn’t need to be scientific, which is why it is called ART anyway. So, feel free to adapt it to suit you. 15 Rs of ART Analyze: This is the first phase for approaching any situation. Receive: Gather all the relevant information pertaining to the situation. Review: Study and understand the information received. Refer: Cross check earlier records of cases of similar situations. Rationalize: Reason out to make a good sense of…

‘Xenzity’ : Making Sense Rationally

Based on the commonly accepted analytics theory, everything happens or not happens in this world can be put in to Xs, Ys and Zs. Where the X is root cause, Y is after effect, and Z is the visible result or outcome of one or more Y’s. Also, this is a never ending chain reaction, where the XYZs change its relative positions. The relation between XYZs of matters affecting this world is evident but not necessarily visible always. Nevertheless, finding the XYZs is the most rational way of making sense…