Power of progress: Teeny tiny progress, one step at time.

 Power of 1% Change! The good thing about small change is, it is the easiest to way to achieve something. It takes patience and persistence. Every goof can take small steps. That's the beauty of this philosophy. Small percentage changes over a long time can have a significant impact on various aspects of life, systems, and processes. This concept is often referred to as the "power of compounding" or the "compound effect." Here are some areas where the importance of small percentage changes becomes evident: 1. Financial Growth :  Coin stack Compound interest is a prime example of the power of small percentage changes over time. Even a small annual interest rate, when compounded over many years, can lead to substantial growth in investments or savings. This principle is the foundation of long-term wealth accumulation and retirement planning. 2. Personal Development : Consistently making small improvements in your skills, knowledge, and habits can lead to remarkabl

What Gets Measured, Gets Done.

Measure what you do Performance measurement In the above image you can see the dancers performing synchronously. Imagine they are doing that with out practice and a plan of action. Imagine they dancing with out measured movements, can they achieve this level of perfection and artistic composition? No.  They have their own measures which tell them are they there (desired goal) yet. Performance measurement is measuring what ever you do. For example you use gadgets to track your health and body movements. It tells you how many steps you have run and how much calories are burnt. This will give you an indication of how much you have achieved on your personnel goal and how much more you have to go. In another perspective are you still in the right direction or are you straying away. If you are straying away, it means your not doing thigs the proper way or not doing enough. If all is well you can simply raise the bar and achieve more in given time. Stary aways from target is called strategic

Why strategic drift is so critical but still overlooked: A start up disaster recipe

Headed for India & landed in Bahamas We all know the story of Christopher Columbus set out in a sea adventure to find India and ended up in Bahamas. Such incidents are  common in exploration and research. Even if Columbus was well prepared and known for his trade his calculations where met with dead ends. From his mistakes other explorers learned the lessons, altered their strategy and eventually discovered sea route to India. From this story we can learn several thigs. 1. Strategic drift The strategy was to discover a sea route to India, but the strategy failed due to obvious reasons and landed in Bahamas. This shows that their external environment doesn't support their initial strategy. This indicates a strategic drift .  2. Adapting to changed circumstances Instead of pursuing further to find India they started to explore the ' New world' and cashed it in. Which lead to the massiv

Welcome to My Page

Image Hi,  I am a qualified accountant. I will be sharing insights and information I learned through my long education, training and professional journey. I hope you may find it useful and valuable. Looking forward to the journey together. Regards Abjith.C.P ACCA