One of the defining moments of my life happened when I was about 15-16. I had just challenged a neighbor boy to a bike race. He had a fancy bike Continue Reading →
The mind is a wonderful tool which manages all aspects of our life for us.
Problem is, these days there are so many things to think about and take care of that our minds get cluttered and inefficient Continue Reading →
When it comes to views on Afterlife, there are three main groups of people. The largest group by far are the Religionists. These people usually hold vague notions about Heaven Continue Reading →
Talk to any budding entrepreneur and watch their eyes glaze over with boredom as soon as the business plan is mentioned.
Everybody wants the sexy part of business – the adoring, satisfied clients, the perks, the accolades, the money.
No one wants to deal with the hard slog. Business plans are too hard, too boring. Continue Reading →
As I walked up to the entrance of my gym the other day, the glass doors automatically retracted to let me in. I was suddenly struck by how miraculous this Continue Reading →
Know Thyself, admonished the ancient Greeks, failing, however to provide instructions on how to do it.
Of course they meant the inner self, the true self, the one that’s hiding underneath all the masks, beliefs and neuroses that we call our personality.
How does one get to know oneself and why should one bother? Continue Reading →
The way you perceive life is the way you’ll experience it. It’s like Disneyland – you could see it as an over-crowded, over-commercialized place, full of queues, projectile vomit and Continue Reading →
We, the Humans living in the beginning of the 21st century, are an arrogant bunch. We have, for some reason, decided that we know pretty much everything there is to Continue Reading →
When things go wrong, the first question that people ask is ‘why?’. Why didn’t you finish the report? Why did we lose that client? Why did the structure cave in?
Obviously, this question is asked so that the root of the problem can be identified and preventative measures can be taken, but it is a totally wrong question to ask.
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“We all long to be seen and understood, to be valued and honoured, and to be loved for exactly who we are.” Karla McLaren, The Art of Empathy As I Continue Reading →