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Here's what I learnt from Jaikanth Chinnathambi's session for school kids
A quick context about why I ended up writing this letter!
I used to have frequent meetings with my team members at Think-Digital. But, I had never faced the challenge of stumbling upon something. I don’t prepare for the meetings. I just go on the spot and share the things I intend to speak. I also provide info outside our team’s work and also some personal thoughts.
However, none of them has ever been organised. While thinking about taking an external session with an open and unknown audience, it couldn’t be the case. To test this out, last year I organized a session for 4 different categories of people, in the name of Weekend Productive Session. I didn’t have any idea about how sessions are conducted by great personalities. I just gave it a shot.
Regardless of the output of the first ever WPS series for an open audience, one thing I realised is that an unorganized session is a feather left in a wind. It’s gone. What was its use of it? Neither I nor the ones who attended it knew. No prop…
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