Tag Archives: Mindset

HSoftware (More on Paradigms and Paradigm Shift)

We decided to write more on paradigms (mindsets or thinking patterns). We did it for two reasons. First, most people have very hazy and confused idea about “paradigms”. Secondly, it is these very “paradigms” that shape up your day-to-day thinking, … Continue reading

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Make Your Own Opinion

Lately, on every topic from every walk of life, you are bombarded with unlimited and unsolicited inputs. These may be genuinely correct, partially correct, largely wrong, often misleading, skilfully driven by ulterior motivations of all sorts, rank trash and much … Continue reading

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Management Case Studies: Screwed-up Thinking Patterns

Screwed-up Thinking Patterns (It is a totally fictionalized anecdote in the management and business field. Any remote resemblance to anything in real life will be a sheer coincidence) Mahima Styler was excessively high in her ambitions to become rich and … Continue reading

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