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: 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”

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”

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?”

What is my brain doing to blindside me?

I derived this question from investing Guru by the name Ken Fisher. In 2005 Ken Fisher published a book on investing entitled: The Only 3 Questions That Count; Investing by Knowing What Others Don’t. It was an interesting book which could go out of print soon as other investment advice replace his advice. In theContinue reading “What is my brain doing to blindside me?”