A Work practitioner’s musings


I was also asked what I will be when I grow up

I have two problems with the question

One -you never grow up you only grow into

Two – I am who I become not what I do

Who did I become, who am I becoming


In a world of labels

work practitioner seemed most appropriate

I choose to ride

an iterative learning cycle

How can I be more visionary

less paranoid of proficiency gaps

How do I create a proactive interaction

resurface myself as a listener

How should I appreciate work-life

steer away from a daily goals recital

How will I differentiate performance

separate chaos from passion


Continue to push a holistic mission

pause the plummeting

create an organic traction



NaPoWriMo 2019

Professsional Corporate Jargon





Published by Kashiana

I am a management professional by job classification and a work practitioner by personal preference. One poetry collection - Shelling Peanuts and Stringing Words and a chapbook, Crushed Anthills. Always gathering poems, and letting them marinate and change shape and form.

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