Simple as it may sound, the solution to your most pressing problem right now is a thought away. Think. Take time off your phone or any other distractions and just ponder a way out of that problem. The best way to think effectively is to right out the solutions that come to your mind on … Continue reading Think
Very often, people like to fit into moulds based on the expectations of others. For instance, a new parent might give up a profitable or healthy hobby for the sake of parenting on the assumptions that being a parent requires him or her to fit into society’s frame of who a parent should be. Alternatively, … Continue reading Stay yourself
Think for a moment, there’s always something to gain or lose with every decision. The danger, however, is not thinking of not losing anything when you make a choice. It is the most dangerous place to be in the world. The overconfidence of having nothing to lose is why many people, startups or social movements … Continue reading The danger of having nothing to lose
Sometimes, conflicts aren’t so bad. On the contrary, they can be an effective way to communicate. We learnt what agitates the person or people we with whom we are in conflict, and if they mean anything to us, some course-correction takes place. If they aren’t that important, we learn this too, from the aftermath of … Continue reading Embrace conflict
One of the ways that we enhance the chance of perpetuity of a movement or startup as its leader is to train ourselves out of a job. Train others to do what you as a leader might have done imbuing a strong sense of the dispensability of any part for the longevity of the whole. … Continue reading Train yourself out of a job
“Buy low, sell high” is probably one of those phrases every capitalist in the world understands. People seeking to make a fortune this year might first reappraise this idea. The internet is full of niches where one might buy cheap and niches where one might sell for profit whether it’s cryptocurrencies or merchandise.
A great onslaught on private citizens across the world is now in full swing, and this attack is on our privacy. A probable option might now be to become Luddites and just exit all forms of social media. But given the intricacies of our connectedness, this might not be practicable. The other option might be … Continue reading Responding to privacy concerns
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