Thinking 'right' is not about 'correctly' or 'incorrectly', but more about 'inwardly' or 'outwardly'.

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The foundation of 'Think Inward' is to understand the context: the everyday reality of the learner. Not what we think it is, but rather what is actually is, and to understand that we need to gather issues, analyze critically, exchange thoughts, have conversations etc.

Having served over two decades as a business leader with specific focus on new initiatives in emerging & mid cap growth technology businesses in international markets, it was high time for me to pen down my experiences and perceptions accumulated during my exciting journey.

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