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I have the eraser and pencil

April 11, 2014 by


This story was shared by a storytelling session participant on how communication is interpreted by different people. He and his friend were doing mechanical engineering and as a part of his course, they were asked to do a lab in Electrical Engineering. Though, they did not like it, they didn’t have a choice to opt […]

See the wonder!

April 10, 2014 by


My 9 year old son complained of tooth pain for a few days and I took him to a Dentist. Once we reached there, he started conversing with the Dentist asking her a number of questions. He started with, “Would you be pulling my teeth with something and would it pain?” and then when she […]

Your story is worth telling…

April 9, 2014 by


Recently, I was doing a workshop on storytelling, where I was speaking about the importance of using personal stories in communication. Many of them had this question in their minds and one of them asked me, “Why would somebody be interested in my story?”. I asked them back, if they can tell me names of […]

Truly sandwiched!

April 8, 2014 by


I was traveling by Shatabdi to Bangalore a few¬†weeks ago. I was occupying the middle seat with two equally elderly gentlemen on either side of me. I settled down to read a book on this 5 hour journey and they served us a nice tea to begin our morning with copies of daily newspapers. Each […]