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Shivjeet Kullar

The author is a legendary ad man who has won over a 100 awards in his career. He is also an author, a novelist a playwright and song writer. Now he has founded the unusual and powerful website adytude.com which helps power other websites, brands and businesses ahead

Latest Articles By Shivjeet Kullar

Rakhi Sawant And The Statue

Shivjeet Kullar

BLANKThe Statue of Liberty is famous because it is in every fifth Hollywood film. Either in the background. Or seen from a plane

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Yoda and Some Corporate Magic!

Shivjeet Kullar

He listened, smiled just held my shoulders and said in the most relaxed way possible, ‘take it easy, Shivjeet, life is long, we will do many things together.’

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Family Or Friends

Shivjeet Kullar

Family rocks! They love you they support you they make you feel you belong. They are like a soft blanket – the expensive kind with feathers inside!

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Where Are You From?

Shivjeet Kullar

Tell people to stop asking where you are from. Because that’s a place that just happened

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How To Pretend You’re Rich

Shivjeet Kullar

Here are some ways to pretend and act like you are rich

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As You Are

Shivjeet Kullar

And everyone trying to Change you. Mould you. Improve you. Modify you. Motivate you. Push you. Energise you. Exorcise you. Compare you.

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Those Who Are Left Behind

Shivjeet Kullar

The motto of our school. which was ‘Let there be light’ now seemed to be ‘Let there be doubt’ – and all that we can do is stand and watch from the sidelines!

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It’s Not In My Nature

Shivjeet Kullar

Many people are moving to hills to find peace and tranquility

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Stay Cool, Stay Young

Shivjeet Kullar

Keep young company. Try and keep a connect with your 25 or 30-year-old grand-kids then it helps keep your mind open

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Some Give All

Shivjeet Kullar

Any great endeavour involves total uncertainty and complete self-belief. One hundred thousand teenagers pursue cricket but only 11 make the Indian team

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