Do you sometimes feel not so good about yourself but sometimes feel extremely great? It happened to all of us, isn’t it? Fortunately for me, I felt extremely great about myself in the last 2 weeks.
I reflected and counted my wins Continue reading “5 Ways to Feel Good About Yourself” »
I believe that life is more than building my bank account. I do not like the idea of spending most part of my life making money only because life is more than that. To me, life is about collecting experiences, making money is just one of these experiences. That means, I walk the earth to test out new activities that will enrich my life. Continue reading “Life is Not Just About Bank Account” »
Although technology seems to have made us much more productive, it still depends on the user. There’s a saying technology is as good as the user. A state of the art technology will be useless if Continue reading “5 Ways to be Super Productive” »
What if everything in this world is like the movie, Matrix by Keenu Reeves, is an illusion? What if everything you see is to bring control over you, so that you conform to the rules that were created by a few human beings.
One of the effective rules that we have created, that ruled us for thousand of years Continue reading “What If Everything in This World is an Illusion?” »
For those of you who have been waiting, here is the Part 3 of the Procrastination Buster Video Series.
You can view Part 2 here.
When I asked some people about their feeling on feedback, the responses are they are fine to receive feedback. Feedbacks provide them the opportunity to grow. Beside that, they are very willing to provide feedback to others as well. Based on the survey, people are viewing feedbacks in a positive light. Continue reading “The Major Conflict About Feedback and How It Is Affecting Your Growth” »
Standing in front of the room speaking to a group of audience feels comfortable for me, approaching strangers is not an issue to me, and I have no qualms about scolding someone who cuts queue in public. Want to read about me scolding someone?
I wasn’t this daring before the age of 27. I was a very shy boy who would remain quiet when I mingled with people. I would be a follower waiting for things to happen than a leader initiating outings or conversations.
I wouldn’t dare to approach a stranger to strike any conversation. If really there was a need, I would speak like a mouse, and no one could hear a thing.
So when my aunt saw saw me singing publicly, Continue reading “How Did I Overcome My Shyness” »