Everyone Has A Plan Until They Get Punched In The Mouth

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

Start With “Why”

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”

Why Starting A Blog Will Change Your Life, Even If No One Reads It

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

Your One Thing

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

Talent vs Skill

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