Are you a strategist or a planner? In both life and business, it’s always better to be a strategist. This is because plans typically tend to always fall apart whenever things get a little too difficult to handle. However, most people think that it’s better to be the planner. Why? Because people think that in … More Everyone Has A Plan Until They Get Punched In The Mouth
Most people would say that having a lot of money is near the top of their list when it comes to what they want to achieve in life. And it’s not because they’re greedy, but because people strongly believe that having more money will give them an overall better life. Unfortunately, they would be wrong. Studies repeatedly … More Will More Money Make You Happier?
In his brilliant TED Talk “Start With Why,” Simon Sinek says the problem with how most brands and individuals communicate their message is that they always talk about WHAT they do and HOW they do it, but rarely ever do they talk about WHY they do what they do. We see this with politicians who … More Start With “Why”
Every single day we make hundred of decisions: Should I hit the snooze button or not? What time should I leave for school/work? Should I exercise today? And if so, what time? What should I eat for dinner? Should I work more hours today or go home? Etc. There are hundreds of things, if not … More Why Successful Individuals Wear The Same Outfit Daily
Contrary to conventional wisdom, money can buy you happiness, but only if spent on doing things as opposed to being spent on having things. In the book “Luxury Fever,” economist Robert Frank concludes, after a careful review of evidence, that those who think money can’t buy happiness just don’t know how to spend it properly. … More Spend Money (But Not On Stuff)
In the book “The Power of Habit,” Charles Duhigg talks about the importance of developing keystone habits into your life. Duhigg defines keystone habits as “small changes or habits people introduce into their routines that unintentionally carry over into other aspects of their lives.” Running is a perfect example of a keystone habit because if … More Why Starting A Blog Will Change Your Life, Even If No One Reads It
What’s the one thing you do better than anything else you do? In the book “StrengthsFinder 2.0,” Tom Rath says that every single person does something better than the next ten thousand people. If that’s true, then what’s yours? You may be able to say what your one thing is instantly without any hesitation. If … More Your One Thing
When times are tough and you don’t know what to do, you’ll hear a lot of people tell you that you should just search inside yourself because the answers are already within you. But this would be a lie. In the book “The Analects of Confucius,” Confucius says something really interesting. He says, “I once … More Are The Answers Within You?
When it comes to creating contagious content, don’t worry about data. This is because creating ideas and products that spread is tied to understanding consumers and their emotions. While we all hope for our products and ideas to spread, it most likely won’t happen randomly. Instead, what we have to do is take a more structured … More Making Your Ideas Contagious
If everyone has the assumption that people who are not innately talented at something, such as sports, academics or music, are never going to be good at those things, then those who don’t excel at something right away will be encouraged to try something else. The individuals with poor hand eye coordination and slow reflexes will be … More Talent vs Skill