So many good things in life have a simple pattern: They are inconvenient in short-term, but important in the long-term. There are so many examples: Exercise (or any kind of external self-care) Meditation (or any kind of internal self-care) and so on… This looks like common sense in theory, but extremely hard to put it… Continue reading
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What could you do differently on “your” projects to produce better results in the next 12 months? The keyword is “your” here. Your projects are those that you have chosen to embark on without external pressure for you to engage with them. Writing a book, starting and maintaining a yoga routine are a couple of… Continue reading
What’s wrong with waiting for an opportunity?
There is a saying – “Fools rush in where angels fear to tread.” It is a wise saying but some people stretch it to the opposite end to endlessly wait for that “right” opportunity before they jump in. Honestly, what’s wrong with waiting for an opportunity? if you think about it, not everything that comes… Continue reading