How to be radically open minded according to Ray Dalio


This blog is mostly about making decision making and its tagline is making better choices. I started out the blog mostly to promote my book about relationships called “So You Want to Get into Courtship”. Years later I felt that success in relationship and in any other human endeavor was all about making certain choices.Continue reading “How to be radically open minded according to Ray Dalio”

The highly productive person daily energy plan


Here is a brief outline showing how the productive persons plan their limited time in order to make most out of it. According to Gary Keller the author pf one thing the body is like a machine that needs a lot of energy in order to function. Just like automobiles which use different types ofContinue reading “The highly productive person daily energy plan”

The four thieves of productivity according to Gary Keller


Gary Keller and Jay Papasan the authors of One Thing intimated that there are four thieves of productivity that must be always be kept at bay. Thieves steal when one is not suspecting or is not attentive to keep watch and protect their property or asset. Since productivity is an asset and it has highContinue reading “The four thieves of productivity according to Gary Keller”

How to succeed according to Sam Altman


Sam Altman was formerly the chair of Y-Combinator. He led one of the most successful venture capital firms in the world. He shared about various practices that had enabled him to succeed in the venture capital and in life.  Here is some advice on how to succeed by Sam Altman. Compound self.  Exponential power alwaysContinue reading “How to succeed according to Sam Altman”

Is Data the new oil?


Sometimes back Wired published an article asking if data the new oil. Within this century that is the 21st Century, data is certain to replace oil just like oil replaced coal in the 19th century. Data is immensely valuable, but it is an untapped asset which has not yet been fully exploited.  Those who willContinue reading “Is Data the new oil?”