The binary of not getting what you want is that you either 0. Give up on it or 1. Crystallise the goal and attach a burning desire to it. Guess which option leads you closer to attaining it? Guess which option most people take? Are you most people? The things we want the most in… Continue reading Goals don’t work unless you do
Our most expensive thoughts are almost always life defining. When we look back (as we frequently do), it will be the smallest fork on the dustiest road that led us to the valley we stand in front of, wondering how we got here and how different things could have been. The valley of regret. These… Continue reading Expensive thoughts lead to poor decisions
Courage. It’s not always about running into a burning building to save someone. You can be courageous every day. It’s the smile you give a stranger knowing that they may not smile back. It’s helping someone who dropped their belongings on the street knowing that you will be watched by others passing by. It’s trying… Continue reading The elixir you fear is the one that will set you free
1. Being egoistic Not all ego is created equally. It’s good to have ego. It’s what keeps you from being the proverbial doormat. But it’s not good to have excessive ego. You owe to yourself to tinker away at this fine line until it’s nor here, nor there but in blissful balance. Having a know… Continue reading 4 expensive things you cannot afford
If you are lucky, you have access to a few people in your life who are annoyingly happy and can’t help but point out (to your further annoyance) the brighter side of almost anything. This is dedicated to those unsung heroes. They are not different from you. They bleed just as much, they hurt just… Continue reading Unsung heroes
I love words. The more the better. If you can string a sentence creatively and eloquently, you will have me hanging on your every thought. But sometimes, less is more. This is especially true during those ‘my heart feels so heavy, I need a crane to lift me out of bed’ times. The crane’s name… Continue reading SORRY…the understated over achiever.