Month: October 2014

  • Book Review: Delivering Happiness

    Last week I finished reading Delivering Happiness book by Tony Hsieh. The book has also has its own resourceful website. I work in Customer Support and plan to advance my career in this area because I love learning things, solving problems, and helping people. So reading this book made perfect sense. Most of this book […]


  • No Meat. No Sweets. No Tweets.

    On the last day of the August I just made up my mind to go sugar free and meat free for 30 days. No sugar. No meat. Next 30 days. #sugarfreeseptember — Chaitanya M S V (@chaitanyamsv) August 31, 2014 One of my close friends suggested I not tweet as well for 30 days. So […]


  • Just Learn

    Today I read the latest Paul Graham’s essay that’s lying in my Read Later list. Before the startup is a good read even if you have no plans to start up. Following are few paragraphs that couldn’t be more correct: Larry Page may seem to have an enviable life, but there are aspects of it […]


  • Sharing versus lurking

    Are you actively sharing or passively lurking? I encourage people to find themselves in the former group because sharing is a great thing. It doesn’t matter what you share as long as it is your authentic content. A blog, a tweet, a speech, or a photo. Anything that you created. It doesn’t have to be […]


  • Practice, practice and more practice.

    Writing is a skill. As with any skill, writing improves with practice. But practice is inconvenient and hence it is hard to persevere. Which is the reason why I keep putting off writing. But all the greatest and latest advice I get can be summed up to two words: Just write. Which is what I […]


  • And so I write.

    I love writing. It is creative to play with words. I don’t aspire to be a professional writer though. I want to be articulate. I want to write with correct grammar, spelling and punctuation. I intend to master the principles of a great prose. Why? Because writing allows me to cement my thoughts in time. […]