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Emotional energy is not infinite – it’s like a battery


There are not many people who can be excited all day. It’s hard to find people who brim with smiles all the time. If you are one or you have such people in your circle, it can be such a blessing.

It is not hard to put a performance once a while, and display emotional energy […]

Emotional energy is not infinite – it’s like a battery2019-09-05T17:18:22+02:00

Are you selling your time for a living?


Since the advent of industrialization and capitalism, “going to work between 9-to-5” has become a norm rather than the exception. The world has been organized by these forces to become a system were individuals, exchange their time as an asset to earn a living – “you give me your most productive time-block of say, 9am-to-5pm […]

Are you selling your time for a living?2019-09-04T18:32:52+02:00

What to do and what not to do


Let’s be honest. None of us know for sure what will make us successful. In the labyrinth of life, we would not be immune from uncertainty, risk, and fear as we navigate life’s complex journey. Life will often not give us its best on a platter. It is the way it is and the way […]

What to do and what not to do2019-09-03T20:25:02+02:00

Action bias and the power of waiting


Waiting in today’s world is an unpopular thing. It takes a lot of character to wait – to take our turns in the queue and to pause for others to lead the way. Fast food stores are one of the highest revenue earning food business because people like it quick. A family or group of […]

Action bias and the power of waiting2019-09-02T17:51:19+02:00

If you have nothing to say, say nothing


That’s not in any way a sign of weakness. It’s better for us to assume that you are wise than for you to speak and refute our assumption.

You know, I find it bemusing when I see videos of Journalists/interviewers who ask questions from random people on the streets and rather than for the interviewees to […]

If you have nothing to say, say nothing2019-08-31T16:21:58+02:00

The leader and his values


The most important conversation around leadership is influence – whether unto good or unto bad conscience. Influence rules! Although subtle, it is yet, powerful and real.

All of the good that the world has experienced today has come from influential leadership. Same thing with all of the evils our world has seen. Adolf Hitler was a […]

The leader and his values2019-08-30T16:20:14+02:00

Connecting the dots vs. collecting the dots


Yesterday I spoke about the need to place some emphasis on Education over Academics. We all lose when the majority of us associate reading with tests and grades. Little wonder people avoid it. They are not aware that the cram and regurgitate thing is only good for the four walls of a school, after then […]

Connecting the dots vs. collecting the dots2019-08-29T20:27:06+02:00

Working hard in school and in life


Stats says that over 60% of the people in the US don’t get to read one book completely, after school. That’s the US. Think about your country – am not sure we might hit 20%, considering our national literacy rate.

Now, that’s sad. Sad because many people act as if, life is harder within the four […]

Working hard in school and in life2019-08-27T21:23:19+02:00

The job where there’s always a vacancy


…is the one you create. That one is in endless supply. It’s not affected by government legislation or a hiring policy of an organization. It’s entirely in your hands.

You don’t apply for it neither do you wait to get picked.

You pick yourself!

There’s no unemployment in that conversation and if you call it entrepreneurship you won’t […]

The job where there’s always a vacancy2019-08-23T19:58:24+02:00

Winners curse (and the race to the bottom)


Nothing can be as frustrating as making so many compromises in a bid to achieve a feat or attain a height only to discover that it really didn’t worth the effort in the first place. It’s pure labour loss.

Social studies have proven that the practice of auctions and competitive bidding between individuals and companies often […]

Winners curse (and the race to the bottom)2019-08-22T18:49:45+02:00
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