There are many immortal words in the U.S. constitution. This country was formed on the bedrock principles of guaranteeing all its people life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Any civil society or even the most progressive government can only guarantee life and liberty but not happiness. Happiness is an entirely personal and internal feeling, […]
Tag: Mental fitness
Hi All, I am happy to share with you that today, Ten Factorial Rocks (TFR) is officially one year old! Exactly one year ago today, inspired after a long morning walk, I started this oddly-named website. The idea itself had been germinating for long, after years of being on the receiving end of frustratingly bad information from mainstream media and also, dealing with […]
Fitness, that is! In the professional world, we spend a lot of effort trying to look good. This ‘looking good’ can happen by dressing, demeanor, dialogue or documentation (the last one is also part of how you are judged). All of this looking good business can leave you tired and chasing the wrong habits. There are coping mechanisms to retain your sanity and stay mentally fit.
Raman Venkatesh is the founder of Ten Factorial Rocks. Raman is a ‘Gen X’ corporate executive in his mid 40’s. In addition to having a Ph.D. in engineering, he has worked in almost all continents of the world. Ten Factorial Rocks (TFR) was created to chronicle his journey towards retirement while sharing his views on the absurdities and pitfalls along the way. The name was taken from the mathematical function 10! (ten factorial) which is equal to 10 x 9 x 8 x 7 x 6 x 5 x 4 x 3 x 2 x 1 = 3,628,800.