I was summoned for a face time with the super-boss. A towering figure, he stood over 6 ft tall, had blood-shot eyes and carried a fierce reputation. As I entered his cabin, I saw him tapping away at his laptop. Can't say he was sitting in his chair. He was half-slumped in it. I cleared … Continue reading The Power of Saying NO at Workplace
I am not talking about what IQ smart or erudite people do on daily basis. I am talking about the things that emotionally and mentally stable people do every day that you should be doing, too. Being smart isn’t entirely about books, grades, and academic knowledge. Most of the time, a person is considered smart … Continue reading 7 things most Smart people do every day
I think you'll agree with me when I say this: waking up early is cool. However, let’s get one thing out of the way: not many people tend to do it. If you could sleep until 10AM without having to worry about a single thing, I bet whatever you want, you would totally do it. … Continue reading 7 Great Habits of 5AM people
Words can uplift and words can destroy. Robin Sharma, the author of the bestseller 'The Monk who sold his Ferrari', says that words can set their own reality distortion field. When spoken with utmost clarity and conviction, they can pull even the serious non-believers into their reality distortion field and make them believe. History brims … Continue reading 14 great pieces of advice from literary maestros
Nobody really likes waking up early in the morning. But, as much as we hate waking up early, the truth is, it’s important. Not only because school and most of our works start up bright and early, but because if you do wake up early you actually get more time to be productive and tackle … Continue reading Wake up early every morning and get s*** done
As Millenials, sometimes we feel like we are in a constant rush like if we aren’t successful by thirty we have failed life. That’s how much pressure this society has put on everyone. And I mean everyone because baby boomers feel that too. Yes, they are adults already, but that same feeling of constantly working … Continue reading Work to live or live to work?