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  1. Debi
    Debi January 3, 2012 at 3:55 pm | | Reply

    Rahul, I know you are not quitting. But I also know it’s sad to see things not working the way we want. Even when I left my start up, I was sad. But you know what, this feeling fo working on your own wont let you work for someone else for long. I have already started planning for another venture and am sure you will do a job just to make sure you can continue on your journey.

    By the way, there is a website called Pluggd.in. It covers articles on start ups and by now this sote is huge hit. They have a requirement for Content Writer. Have a look. For tech related jobs, send me your resume ASAP. just to remind, I am in deloitte consulting now in bangalore.

    Lets meet someday. :)

  2. Debi
    Debi January 3, 2012 at 3:56 pm | | Reply
  3. Kiran
    Kiran January 3, 2012 at 4:16 pm | | Reply

    Rahul,

    I am feeling little disheartened that you are going to quit full time blogging because somewhere I felt courageous reading your posts and visualizing your life as a daring one.Nevertheless you have already realized the true way of living the human life i,e “with a conscious mind and awareness of your feelings and actions” and shared your feeling to lot many,that indeed is respectable and I appreciate all your efforts.My urge is to keep going with 100% of your mind with whatever feels you good.and also keep blogging.

    Regards,
    Kiran

  4. Ashish
    Ashish January 3, 2012 at 4:49 pm | | Reply

    Dear Rahul and Jyoti,
    I have been following your blog and appreciated most of the things you have written. I see your point of the practicalities involved. It is a matter of moving from one place to other and still maintaining the rapport with the older places and people, and if you can manage to do that even with a corporate job, you will be a successful human being..And definitely, you have found person like Jyoti to be a part of your life- who can stand still whenever you need her, even if you are not that conscious about it. She has been an amazing friend for last 3-4 years.

    Just wanted to say that keep writing as and when you can..and if needed my little exposure to journalism can be used to make this journey of yours a pleasant one!
    Amen!
    Ashish

  5. Srini
    Srini January 3, 2012 at 7:16 pm | | Reply

    Rahul, I wish you the very best with whatever step you are taking. The good thing is you’ll continue blogging, I hope this turn you are taking will bring you more experiences that you’ll be able to share with us from a personal development point of view. You have a genuine passion for personal development, so blogging or not, I’m sure you’ll get back to this full time one way or another at some point of time ;)

    Let’s see what happens….
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  6. Sree
    Sree January 3, 2012 at 9:47 pm | | Reply

    Hi rahul, even though ur not quitting from blogging it somewhere created a discomfort in my heart,because of the association i had with ur writings. Anyways all the best for ur future. We obviously will miss ur writings a lot.

  7. Amu
    Amu January 4, 2012 at 10:44 am | | Reply

    Rahul,

    I am sure you plan to continue writing from what I read above here. It is absolutely practical to manage time and tweak daily activities and passion to earn a daily living and accomodate writing time or vice versa. You seem to be one with passion and your writings illustrate that there is a potential author in you. I do hope to see a book from you in time.
    If you find yourself starting an endeavor for writing business, books, journalism, motivational speaking, don’t hesitate to give a call through your blog to your fellow readers to assist you with your venture. I am sure several will join you and several dreams can come true. As overwhelming as it may sound to start it alone, initial assistance from a few can sooth the nervousness a bit, I think. Just stick by your dreams, in time, they will become real. Hats off to your supportive wife, Jyoti – do keep up the great job!

    Take care Rahul and good luck…we will continue following you:-)

    ~ Amu

  8. Jyoti
    Jyoti January 4, 2012 at 4:05 pm | | Reply

    Debi, Kiran, Ashish, Srini, Sree & Amu……thanks a lot for the lovely comments. The journey has been a beautiful one so far….and hope it continues to be like this. It feels really great to see all the love and appreciation that Rahul has got. It has been a wonderful feeling to see him grow like this….hope he realizes his true potential. And Rahul…..thank you so much….I hope we remain a constant source of encouragement for each other….and others. :)

  9. Naveen Kulkarni
    Naveen Kulkarni January 5, 2012 at 12:08 pm | | Reply

    Hi Rahul,
    I will be in Bangalore during 1st week of February.

    Is it possible that we can meet somewhere?
    Naveen Kulkarni recently posted..What Horrible Things You Have Been Taught That Stop Success

  10. Justin Mazza
    Justin Mazza January 7, 2012 at 9:48 am | | Reply

    Hi Rahul,
    Thanks for sharing so much in this post. It sounds like you are heading in a new direction in life (change). Change is good, it keeps us from getting to complacent in life and behaving like a zombie.
    Justin Mazza recently posted..What does Personal and Spiritual Growth Mean

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