E. B. White, an essayist for The New Yorker (and author of many books), once said:  “A writer who waits for ideal conditions under which to work will die without putting a word on paper.”  He probably was describing me — during the last week. At the start of this month, I set myself a … Continue reading Where did the words go?


Today Jason Hiner asked me about the startup experience for a book he is writing. One of his questions was why did you do it— for love or for money. It was never about money. Startups — or the true ones are all about love — sometimes money comes along but otherwise it is all … Continue reading Compulsion

Swing & Scratch

A few weeks back, when I decided to do the 30 day blogging challenge alongside my friends Hiten, Michael and Toni, I was trying to get back into blogging. I was hoping to rediscover a rhythm of writing daily, writing often and writing irreverently — three things that drew me to blogging. Not writing, not … Continue reading Swing & Scratch


It has been a while since I felt complete and utter exhaustion — so today will be a quiet, blogging free day of contemplation and composition! I am heading home shortly after an intense and busy visit to NYC. I need the weekend. Have a good one everyone! In the interim, enjoy this new Storehouse … Continue reading Break