What is my problem?
I am not who I think I am. I am a work in progress. I need to be in perpetual beta. And to do that, I have to begin someplace. Where?
Two weeks ago, on the back of recommendations from Kavi Arasu, who leads the corporate learning and development function at Asian Paints, and my co-founder Indrajit Gupta, I signed up for a six-week-long course on Personal Knowledge Mastery (PKM). Conceptualized by Harold Jarche, the only demand it places is for you to invest three hours of your time a week and $329. I’m just a few days into the programme, but I think it the best investment I have made in an awfully long time.