Besty was a busy dog. He was hardly found sitting still in the farm-house at the foot of the alps. Besty’s day started with taking the sheep to the mountains along with Joe, the shepherd boy and returning home by noon. Then he patrolled the surroundings, always sniffing around and looking for signs of trouble. Continue reading “Besty and Gutsy”
“are you ready? let’s see how much farther you can make it this time!”, teased the ground. “But you are not being fair, I can’t find my next step, and I don’t understand why I am laughing, it feels nice and look there…”, Dorothy tried to distract the ground while she tried to take off for what seemed to be a hundredth time (maybe more, but she didn’t care!). Continue reading “that shaky ground”
A long time ago, near the banks of river Godavari and cuddled between the beautiful Papi hills was a small village by name Kummaripalle (Village of the Potters). The village people were very friendly with each other Continue reading “Right Level”
Perhaps an oversimplified take on Organizational alignment, but sometimes(most times) it boils down to (to start with) a set of two to three behaviors as explained in the analogy here.
There was a simple instruction given in the PT class at school to form a straight line with the rest of the students – just look at the student to your right and to your left and Continue reading “Straight line”
Once upon a time, in a village by name Nommocoston lived a young orphan by name Elbis Nesni. Elbis was a hard working young man who used to make his living by running small errands throughout the day for the village people of Nommocoston Continue reading “What is your ask?”