When I moved to my current place, there was a dead plant in the balcony. It was left by the previous residents and the place was vacated for four months before I moved in.
I put the plants I had there, but I did not remove that dead plant.
Someone told me…
The book continues as Donald Miller finds more about stories while working on a movie based on his best-selling memoir. He applies those ideas to tell a better story with his own life.
Looking at life as a story we all are going to tell — and using the same…
We need to know what want from life.
We need to be clear about it.
We need to tell this to the Universe —
for it to start turning the gears in the right direction to bring that thing closer to us, or take us closer to it?
We have seen others reach…
For the last couple of months, I am having trouble starting my day.
I manage to sleep on time, and the alarm goes off after I’ve had enough sleep.
But I can’t get out of bed until it’s already too late and my phone tells me that the daily meetings…
Since I left home for college — I was exposed to the world where I could read almost any book (in English) I wanted, and no amount of reading was enough.
I tried many books — spent hours in library to find the right book — borrowed many books. …
I first learned about morning pages two or three years ago, got super excited about them, and probably tried once or twice, then forgot about it.
Recently I heard Tim Ferriss talking about it in his video on “Taking Notes and Journaling” (link to the video at the end of…
Inspired by a post on LinkedIn asking:
why don’t we teach logical fallacies in school?
I decided to learn about them this weekend.
My first stop was:
which is a simple yet effective website to get familiar with or just to revise common fallacies.
But this was by no means…
All of us appreciate a good piece of art — be it music, painting, calligraphy, origami, or a something else handcrafted.
At some point in time, you were so moved by the beauty of something that you decided to learn it. …
What is it?
The mindful version of your good old practice.
Why should you care?
To get most out of the time and energy spent practicing.
Rather, to continue getting most out of the energy and time spent.
Recently I finished The Sketchnote Handbook by Mike Rohde and wanted to apply what I learned.
Speed Reading by Justin Hammond is a book I read a few months ago, and I wanted to note down my learnings from it.