The Lessons on Life Spoken in a Soothing Indian Accent podcast deals with issues people face when looking to get to a new city, a new country or simply just a new state of mind. Click here to subscribe to the podcast on iTunes.
Are you feeling stuck in your current job? Do you know you can do better — but not sure how? Here are two simple steps you can use to network yourself to the next great opportunity.
When I didn’t have children, I thought that I would have answers to most problems faced by children. But then I became a parent. And I learned different.
Nowadays, people all around the world are asking immigrants to “go back home”. But what does home really mean? And how (and where) on earth can one return?
I am a fairly disciplined person. But I am powerless when faced with a bag of cookies. But that’s ok. Listen to this episode and learn why it’s important to have at least one vice in life.
I have mixed feelings about wildlife. I feel sorry for polar bears. But I am scared of them. Recently, I came across an owl in my neighborhood. The encounter taught me an important lesson about life.
Fifteen years ago, a colleague asked me if she should show her child Bambi — a great film, but one where a deer loses her mom. I didn’t know how to answer her back then. But recent political developments helped me arrive at an answer.
I grew up eating food with the fingers on my God given hands. And I found myself in a country where people ate with forks and spoons. Learn how this conflict helped me zero in on a lasting source of true happiness.
I was nervous while climbing the steps of the Brooklyn courthouse for my American citizenship ceremony. But then I saw a photo of President Barack Obama. Here’s how he guided me through one of the most important days of my life.
When we stereotype, we judge a group based on its worst actors. How I learned this lesson after listening to Uptown Funk by Mark Ronson feat. Bruno Mars.
How Americans and immigrants alike can learn how to celebrate their Independence Days in a more meaningful way by taking a cue from Jewish holidays.