Thought Leadership Essays

The Power of Connection – Bridging the Divide

September 12, 2016

Vikas Narula

Earlier this year, I wrote a post about Keyhubs’ evolving blueprint.  We have branched into new areas since we embarked on this journey in 2009, and I wasn’t sure if / how all these new hobbies / developments were going to fit together.

Then, in April, I had an epiphany. I could see the puzzle coming into view. Beautifully, perfectly.

It became clear to me that Keyhubs is becoming (and to some degree always has been) a company about connection. Human connection. Connection to self and others. And, through this, all good things come to be.

In my last blog post, I hyped up a new talk that I have developed, which is based on this unifying premise of connection.

Since the writing of that post, I have given the talk at a few different venues and it is leading to new vistas of opportunity and impact. The next frontier of Keyhubs is opening exciting doors of adventure and magic.

Some organizations have asked that I turn the talk into half-day workshops for leaders and teams. Some have asked for follow-on materials for deeper consumption. Many of you asked to see a video of this new presentation.

We have created a few snippet teasers to whet your appetite. Each is about a minute long and the last one combines all four into one.

Please take a look and let me know what you think. I would love to hear from you.

If any of the content intrigues you, please let me know. We would love to bring this message to your workplace or team.

Thank you so much.


Vikas Narula (@NarulaTweets) is Creator and Co-Founder of Keyhubs (@Keyhubs) – a software and services company specializing in the power of human connection. He is also Founder of Neighborhood Forest – a social venture dedicated to giving free trees to kids every Earth Day.

Vikas is passionate about purpose-driven entrepreneurship and teaches on the subject at Minneapolis Community and Technical College.

Other Recent Blog Posts:

Keyhubs – The Next Frontier

Why Do We Fight With Ourselves?

Keyhubs – Our Evolving Blueprint

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