Parenting (Nov 2016 – Present): This is sure to be the mother of all learning projects. 🙂
The 200 Words Project (Jan 2014 – Present): I post an idea (typically from a book I’ve read) within 200 words every Sunday on this blog. I need to get to creating an easy archive of these – for now, please search for “The 200 Words Project” on the search bar
RohanRajiv.com – Reviews of all non-fiction books I read (I update this every 3-4 months)
AlearningaDay.tumblr.com – Short form blog that I use for book notes
The MBA (Aug 2014 – Jun 2016): A collection posts about lessons learnt from graduate school.
The Help2Grow Initiative (Nov 2013 – Mar 2015): Help2Grow is a charitable trust registered in India that exists to support the underprivileged to sustainably work towards a better quality of life. I still support Help2Grow but it is a project that is a shadow of what it was.
The Learnographics Project (Jun 2014 – Jul 2014): Learnographics are infographics for learning. We hope to make one every quarter in 2014. This one is on hiatus as my designer friend is on a long break. 🙂
The Real Leaders Project (Sep 2011 – Jun 2014): We published an interview every 2 weeks with global leaders and innovators from across fields like entrepreneurship, writing, venture capital, and the arts. This was a lot of fun.
The Mastermind Group (Aug 2013 – Jun 2014): No links here. This was a “mini-Davos” group started with friends. We did a Google Hangout every 2 weeks to discuss and implement ideas on various topics – e.g. finance and investing, relationships, better habits, etc. Didn’t work.
Skilldom.org (May 2013 – Dec 2013): A better way to pick up skills on the web. Didn’t work.
ExpressionHappens.com (Jan 2008 – Jun 2010): An initiative to help students express themselves. Didn’t work but we persisted for ~1 year anyway. We then pivoted to create “Sparkz” – the National University of Singapore’s version of Britain’s Got Talent. That still continues. 🙂
The Bookbytes Project (Blog): Intended to be a community of folk who share book learnings or book “bytes” as they read them. Didn’t work.