My value and life I feel is best captured by my inner journey.
I spent half a lifetime on a deep self-reflection process through meditation, which involved spending most of the 2010s in India. Aided by scriptures, journaling, and dialog with thousands of people of various backgrounds over the years, I feel I’ve cultivated a robust “meta-perspective” of our collective mind that can be of value to others.
Also, I feel within me (as first, second, and third-person) the tragedy and pain of human conflict. The suffering from our collective trauma runs very deep inside me, informing my work in helping reconcile conflicts through Perspective Depth, LLC.
I believe a substantive life isn’t based on visible metrics or tangible achievements (such as ranks, awards, titles, position, or money). Nor does it have to do much with logical frameworks. The only real victory in life is stepping out of the game.
As for a standard bio, I graduated with a B.A. in Psychology from Johns Hopkins University, where I worked on additional graduate-level coursework and research. Much of my career was as a Tech Consultant, including through the Fund for the City of New York, helping organizations improve their systems infrastructure.
While in India, I worked on projects as part of the inaugural batch of startups at T-Hub, India’s largest startup incubator. There, I started its first Peer Community, helping bring together the mindsets of dozens of startup founders throughout India to tackle prescient challenges in the country. I’ve also conducted programs at various institutions, including Symbiosis Institute of Business Management, Indian Economic Trade Organization, and Ictect.
Please get in touch if I can be of service to you. My best.