The Power of Savings

The Neo-economy Recently there were two articles that were circulating caught my attention. One by an Economist, who said savings are old fashioned and bad. The modern economy or the neo economy as they call stands tall in the ability and the power to spend. The article cited Japan as a country which saves a[…]

Creativity – What is it? How to develop it?

What is Creativity? The word creativity is often used, but how much of it is understood? In this blog post I shall try to explore creativity generally then psychologically and then neurologically. The concept of creativity is ideally thought along the line of arts, and especially in the fine arts. But that might not necessarily[…]

The Behavioral economics

Psychology and Business of money The study of psychology or observing trends and people’s behavior is very important to succeed in the business of money. The term Behavioral originated when people stated to have a close look at the happenings in their respective field and try to find a pattern. It was of a huge[…]

Identity and Personality

One of the most Intriguing and disturbing Novella, I have ever read is METAMORPHOSIS by Francis Kafka. In that novel a salesman, goes to bed and on waking up the next morning finds him transformed into a giant Insect. He is horrified and terrified and the novella then captures all the essence of everything that[…]

The Middle Path

Words are always liberally used. One should pay attention; One should have responsibility are some of the common clichéd dialog people often utter. This New Year many people would have taken the same old resolution that many do but seldom keep and follow. The motto of this year is to get fit and stay focused;[…]

Art or Science?

We humans love to differentiate. We say some are introvert, and some others are extroverts. We have our choices and we fight over them. One such great fight is Right Brainers vs. Left Brainers. People who are not good with math or science concepts think that they are right brainers. And there is a perception[…]