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Thank You

I was having dinner with a couple of friends and after I thanked them for cooking and inviting me for the lovely meal, they asked me why I was being so formal. Th...

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Advice

There’s a lot of free (and bad) advice available in the open world and over time you have to get better at identifying the few good ones. Don’t get me wrong here,...

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Game of Thrones

The Game of Thrones Season 6 finale just ended. The background score in Game of Thrones doesn’t get talked about as much as it should. However, the recent episode...

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Intuition

In the book The Power of Vulnerability, Brene Brown talks about cultivating intuition and why this is important for happiness and whole-hearted living. Here’s how...

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Listen

I was driving and having a conversation with a friend of mine and after a few seconds, I zoned out. I was preoccupied with another issue and my mind got distracte...

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Trust

Trust is often the core of any relationship, personal or professional, and the only way to establish trust is to be consistent between what you say and what you d...

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Consistency and Self-Expectation

A few months ago, I was playing in a badminton tournament and someone in the top-ranked group didn’t make it that day and hence I, an amateur, was asked to take h...

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Consistency and Self-Expectation

A few months ago, I was playing in a badminton tournament and someone in the top-ranked group didn’t make it that day and hence I, an amateur, was asked to take h...

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Music For Productivity

Today, I got back to work after a long weekend and the first few minutes were difficult to immediately get the concentration going. But then, I put on my headphon...

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What would our successors do?

In the 1970s, Intel was one of the main manufacturers of the memory. However, by the end of the 1970s a couple of Japanese competitors had emerged and by the earl...

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