The TIS Newsletter June 28, 2020 – What else are we losing these days ?

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Thoughts – 

The impact of COVID19 is way beyond the measurement by a financial analyst, what’s seen can be measured but what about things unseen from a financial calculation perspective, rather personal impacts.

We learn by seeing, by leveraging other’s behavior, watching leaders around us, and that is missing. You can learn theory but the practical aspects of self-improvement always come through interpersonal skills, real-time observation of great leaders around us. Are we losing a significant amount of people-driven development.? We do and that’s immeasurable and unfortunately, I don’t see a solution.  Do you?

Ideas – 

The Internet has opened a wealth of opportunities and creating new markets, with COVID 19, this has further accelerated.

You don’t have to fix everything which is broken, what’s working, can also be improvised.

I learned about a specific scenario last week on the internet, forgot to save, or link it to the source. A subscriber has to log multiple times to use a service, at times for verification or at times, to access additional contents beyond certain layers or if you come back, you have to login again. What’s measured right now is the successful attempts to improve the process/related technology. Why remove the need to even ask for the password? Can the subscription be tied to the physical device?

Suggestion – 

De-clutter your surroundings and see the positivity. You don’t have to buy that fancy furniture to make your surroundings appear clear of objections, all of you have to do is, repair, rearrange and discard anything that has served its value.

Bonus QOTW

“I know what evil is… The struggle which evil necessitates is one of the greatest blessings. It makes us strong, patient, helpful men and women. It lets us into the soul of things and teaches us that although the world is full of suffering, it is full also of the overcoming of it.” Helen Keller

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