Journey to My Heart

'Journey to My Heart' is my collection of poems written during the course 'Creativity and Leadership' I took in the fall quarter of 2010 at Stanford University. This course taught the tools of creativity and encouraged the students to practice each one in the form of live-withs, one every week. I shared my experiences with each of the tools in the form of poems. More
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About Keerti Garg

Keerti Garg is a freelance writer having completed her schooling from St. Xavier’s, Delhi, India in 2002 and graduation from Shri Ram College of Commerce, Delhi,India in 2005. She went on to do her Masters in Business Administration, popularly known as MBA from S.P. Jain Institute of Management & Research, Mumbai, India majoring in marketing management and organizational behaviour in 2007. She also holds a postgraduate diploma in Training and Development from Indian society of Training and Development and has completed several business courses from Stanford University.
She joined Standard Chartered Bank as an International Graduate in 2007 and worked in areas like branch sales, collections, business strategy and talent development for a period of two and a half years till November 2009.
She quit her job in November 2009 to get married to the man of her dreams, Dr. Ajay Gulati and shifted base from India to Palo Alto, California.
When she is not writing, she spends her time volunteering with Non-profit organizations, playing the guitar, running half marathons, taking long walks in the woods, hiking, biking, swimming and baking. Her biggest inspiration and role model in her life is her mother, Dr. Asha Gauri Shankar who has been teaching Mathematics in Delhi University for over 35 years now.
Keerti can be contacted at the email id keegarg@gmail.com. She would love to hear from you and answers all her emails personally.

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'Journey to My Heart' is Keerti's collection of poems written during the course 'Creativity and Leadership' she took in the fall quarter of 2010 at Stanford University. This course taught the tools of creativity and encouraged the students to practice each one in the form of live-withs, one every week. She shared her experiences with each of the tools in the form of poems.

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