Books I read in 2020

This is my reading challenge for 2020, to read 52 books, which means I need to read one book a week. I want to do this just for the sake of reading and savoring it and nothing else!

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Portraits of Strength – Archana Thiagarajan

The first time I met Archana was about 9–10 years ago at a friend’s house and I was mesmerized by her singing. Over the years I got to know her personally and professionally. An architecture major who is now the Director of Experience Design at Adobe, she is a great friend and a mentor to have.

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Guiltless Brownies

I am huge chocolate fan and love love love brownies. But ever since I started by sugar intake restriction its been hard to not have any more choclatee brownies. Here is a recipe that works as well and is a healthier version of the original and its as gooey and yummy and hits the spot!

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Potlakaya Pappukoora (Snake Gourd Dal-Curry)

This an Andhra Delicacy that is typically cooked in brahmin households. Pappukoora means, it is a dry combo dish of dal (pappu) and curry (koora). This is usually paired with perugu pachadi (yogurt chutney) or with rasam.

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Portraits of Strength

What is Strength? Is it grit?, Is it forgiveness? Or is it an all-elusive emotion that only shows up when are faced with the unlikely of situations?

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What did I learn from my Executive MBA Program??

As I sat and thought about it, after 2 years of late night studying, loss of socialization, sacrificing my time with my family and the monetary investment in the program, what did I learn???

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Should you get an MBA?

Its always an interesting dilemma of whether you want to get an MBA degree or not, especially if it is going to be your second master’s degree. MBA is quite an investment, money wise as well as commitment wise (time and effort) and any decision in this regard should be carefully done. A gap analysis…

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