Excelling at networking is essential to grow your function and broaden and advance your role.
I have been lucky in life, I think.
Most people know me a communications professional, which is true. But beyond that, I have a private passion which helps me at work and at home.
Dressage! Yes, the sport where horses prance around in circles. I love Eddie Izzard’s take on it: “Highly trained riders, highly trained horses: it’s brilliant – but completely useless…unless you want to park your horse in a cupboard!”
My first ride on a motorbike was at the age of 14 on a 125cc bike. As with many other teenagers in India, my passion for motor sports was embraced early in my teens.
In 2008 I joined a large environmental NGO with a vision of a green and peaceful future.
When did you take up swimming?
What ignited your passion for tango?
When and why did you move to Japan? 25 years ago. I saw the Kurosawa movie Ran on a big movie theatre screen and was blown away by the cinematography. I decided I had to see the landscape with my own eyes.
Like most boys, I played soldiers when I was a kid, making my own assault rifle or sword from wooden pieces and some rope.