“Does it like asking coffee using e-mail!”, said my senior at middle of the trip from Kathmandu to Darchula in 2007 when there was not landline phone or mobile except CDMA phone. I was not in position to imagine the real ground before my field trip to Darchula though I was bit experienced about rural area of Nepal. It was new experience again. I reached Darchula of Nepal through Dharchula of India which was compulsion for every Nepali since there was no appropriate motor way from Baitadi. And we must enter Darchula before 5pm. The extraordinary experience was not the end here. However, it was just started.
Public speaking is my seasonal activity. I learn. And feel associated and connected with people sharing knowledge in a platform. In a way, I spoke about Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) relating my stories of life with 200 youths on the floor moderated by Nepal Youth Council on Saturday, 15th August 2017.
The last indie feeling of vinyl life in information age is vivid myth for most of people who are in anxious and in falsified night mare with their outdated model of reality. They are not taking any action though I found most of people are well informed and know almost all they need.
A story I found with a friend, executive management graduate, when I got a change to visit his company after a long time. The last time, 6 years ago, when I met him in his office it was growing up but this time I found him along squeezed into single room. During our conversation, he seemed defensive and normative presenting himself as knower of most of things. I put query about his growing plan rather than squeezing company into single room. He immediately said, “Yes, I know that it’s necessary and should grow the company well with good initiative and projects. Yes. Increasing human resources too.” Really, he knows all those things and it was not necessary even to advise him. But, my question was “Why he is not taking action?”
She was pressing her arms time and again at the roadside of Khasan Road, Bangkok, Thailand while serving foot massage to foreigners at public area in December 2016. My observation went for more than an hour and turn by turn she served foot massage to people hanging around there. My meaning making machine thought and asked a question. She was erasing pain of all foreigners but who would erase her pain of arms and mind. I went to road side for a foot massage and she offered her service at 100 Batt. “Okay”, I said and I also offered my free foot massage service to her paying 100 Batt for her service too. She agreed and after my foot massage. With her permission, I started foot massage. Continue reading “The Hidden Treasury is “Resetting Your Mind””
An incident on Monday 15th May 2017 triggered me to review my relation with the Internet, especially with Facebook, its interaction and my habit of replying in a ubiquitous manner. I was paused by the incident and enforced to rethink in a way of unparalleled thinker. I spent most of the time to rethink and came to in conclusion with few actions to initiate from immediate. Why should I consider excuses if I have not start up, in a contrast I must not manifest any excuse for success-type or winning-feeling. I have already cut the Internet connectivity in my house since last four years back and on the day I had decided to limit even the Internet from mobile data since I was using more than 6-7 GB data per month significantly spending time in professional work at home and social media for replying habit which was also increasing instability and unhappiness in my mind. I have been already limiting the Internet only to touch my official hours deliberately.
Kapan Height, KATHMANDU, 24th June 2017 – “Chitra Matra”, he said to me. He explained meaning of “Chitra matra” according to Buddhist philosophy. He has studied only Buddhist philosophy thirteen years in Kalingpoong. He seemed every gentleman and had unexpected calmness within style while talking with people. I have learned a lot from him. I met him at Pullahari Monastery on the way of my short cycle trail through Kapan height.
KIRTIPUR, 15 JUNE 2017 — Kautilya, an ancient philosopher namely called Chanakya, is unparalleled diplomat whose knowledge is not limited to management but also sported in economics, political science, power exercise, military operation and many other fields. His theories and concept are still extensively useful and valid in modern age.
Modern age is running in template or set of protocol or rules. However, we are here to bend reality in our way to get different result for newness. Perception of technology, here, has unparalleled view. Continue reading “Kautilya Neeti for ICT Management in Modern Age: at School of Management Tribhuvan University”