Are you looking for personal development ideas? These 10 posts will help you get started fast.
Talented people can do so many things. Maybe, you are one of them. But one thing I learned from Pareto is that you don’t have to do many things. If we keep on looking at the 80/20 principle, we’ll find that we only need to do one important thing at a time.
FB is a tool to reach out to people and sell your goods. But spending 4 hours a day trying to educate diehard supporters of the President or arguing with people about how wrong their beliefs are is a waste of time. You and I are in control of what we do. We don’t have to float along with shit. We can do what’s best for us.
Are you overwhelmed because of many online meetings and learning sessions? Or are you crushing the people you lead because you want to become more productive during these times? I have some advice for you.
Chaos is everywhere. And many problems that we face today do not seem to have any solution. That is not true, and you know that. We only need to look back a few years to get perspectives. We only need to look forward to a few years to figure out what we need to do today. Everything is figurable.
Have you written your mission statement? I wrote mine, and I published it here. I still need to be more clear about what I want, and I keep writing them. Each time, I find I am getting more clarity. I encourage you to write yours too.
I have one secret to high performance: routine. I know that many people hate routines, but remember that routine is the mother of discipline. Find out how you can use pre-routine exercises to help you kick start yourself.
Most people have their wishes but are not clear about what they want in life. How about you, what do you want? This post is a short read.
Post #8 is my favorite, and I want to share it with you. Many of us have idols and people whom we looked up to. But there is one secret from Dr. Seuss: I am unique. And so are you. Celebrating our uniqueness is one way to get a life and thrive.
People go to comedy bars because they want to be happy. Motivational speakers are trying hard to become comedians because they want you to be happy. But there is one thing that is easier to do, and that is to leave everyone smiling.
I found that one reason why I procrastinated a lot is I expected too much of myself. I wanted to be truly ready to become an international speaker. I even rejected some of the international invitations because I had the impostor syndrome. But I started becoming better when I started doing what I am capable of doing. You can start before you are ready too.