Since the #lockdown, work seems to have settled quite well in our homes and with that, the balance has gone on a vacation. We need to adopt the idea that few entrepreneurs have been able to successfully implement and that is called ‘Work-life Integration’, which is nothing but a holistic way of working in synergy with our overall environment, including our family and personal health. Here are a three basic recommendations that might be useful…
What differentiates successful people than the average ones? Why only a few people are able to do or achieve something that we can only admire and appreciate? Why we stop at only being an average? Through this short note, introducing you to the 40% rule coined by Dave Goggins, a Navy SEAL and world’s toughest man alive. 40% rule was brought alive by Jesse Itzler when he and his family decided to stay with the SEAL for 30 days.
We admire people whom we think are perfect and underrate ourselves, we don’t understand that it is no one is really perfect. Perfection is a fallacy. Trying to be perfect is like torturing yourself each day, whipping yourself each time you fail. It is not worth it. Try remembering these 5 points, whenever you feel the urge to be a perfectionist
There are many perks of working remotely – but enhanced visibility isn’t one of them, you can easily fall into to the trap of anonymity. Here are 5 tips that can help you retain your visibility and ensure you remain relevant and respected
The most beautiful people we have known are those who have known defeat, known suffering, known struggle, known loss, and have found their way out of the depths. Your hardest times often lead to the greatest moments of your life. Having said that, when we go through life’s adversities, we fail to see any silver lining amongst the clouds. Here are 5 things, you should try to make a turn-around. A come back…
We always wish to be the ‘Yes Person’, always positive, available for others, role model, mentor, guide etc., but sometimes these additional tasks leave us stretched and stressed, impacting our core productivity. When your productivity drops, you get dropped from other roles as well, making you feel marginalized and neglected. Hence here are some thoughts on when you have to say ‘No’, and when it is appropriate to say ‘Yes’. Would love to hear your views in the comments below
We are often hassled, frustrated with things around us and feel that we are enslaved in something that we cannot break free. We need to cut ourselves from the clutches of technology and mobile phone and get into the nature to experience the real freedom, peace and happiness
However, every work is a chance to do art, each time we get to it. We are known as an artist only if we succeed in creating art, more number of times than any other average worker. An artist need not be only from creative fields, there are artists, who work with numbers, business models and conversations. Art needs to be about intent and communication, not substances as Seth Godin would state it. He says an artist is someone who uses bravery, insight, creativity and boldness to challenge the status quo. An artist will never be a cog in the wheel, he is driven by his own terms. Having said that, you can still see artists all around us. Sometimes, even at the supermarket, where an exceptional customer service representative uses a conversation to convert an angry customer into a raving fan. This line I happen to hear it yesterday,Read More