Five Activities That The Most Productive People Do Every Day


1) They are Proactive, Not Reactive. Productive People Judge Results, Instead of Hours Productive people are intentional. They know that at the end of the day what counts is productivity not the number of hours spent sitting at the office desk. Results are what counts not looking busy. Productive people view themselves as the chiefContinue reading “Five Activities That The Most Productive People Do Every Day”

Book Review: Principles by Raymond Dalio


This is one of the most profound books that you can read. It is about principles of life and work. It shows the core principles that drive life and work. I read it mostly because I was very much interested in Raymond Dalio due to his immense success in money management through his firm BridgewaterContinue reading “Book Review: Principles by Raymond Dalio”

How to Negotiate


One of major themes of this blog is to promote better decision making and making better choices in life. While life is a compulsory experience in that we did not chose to come to this world or where to be born or even when to be born. Going through life presents an individual with opportunitiesContinue reading “How to Negotiate”

How to manufacture luck according to Tina Seelig


Tina Seelig is a prominent author and TED speaker and has written three powerful books on creativity one of them being Ingenious which is short crash course on creativity.  In one of her books, What I Wish I Knew When I Was 20 she discusses about the concept of luck and argues that luck isContinue reading “How to manufacture luck according to Tina Seelig”

Book Review: Six Thinking Hats by Edward de Bono


One of the books I read and found interesting concerning the thought process and decision making and making better choices is Six Thinking Hats by Edward de Bono. Edward de Bono is a physician and psychologist who has studied and written extensively on lateral thinking. This book focused on simplifying the thinking process. I hadContinue reading “Book Review: Six Thinking Hats by Edward de Bono”