What about the Past?

Past is something that has gone by in time and no longer exists. But a lot of people still reside there, in the past. They tend to carry a lot of their past events, relationships, anger, shame, hurt and so on in the present, and keep on repenting over it every now and then. Also, there are people who are still cherishing their moments of greatness of the past. Continue reading

The Domino Effect and Success

When Virgin Airlines discovered its first domino

The August of 1990 was that part of the famous British businessman – Sir Richard Branson’s life, when he had to make a choice between the two options he had: to sell Virgin Music (his record company) or to close Virgin Airlines (his airline company), the initial two companies that he started. Virgin Music was doing wonders, but Virgin Airlines was making hefty losses (owing to the dominant British Airways at that time). And, that is why the bankers wanted Sir Richard to sell Virgin Music to cover the loans they had given for Virgin Airlines, if he wanted to keep Virgin Airlines alive.
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Think Over Your Thoughts

The power of your thoughts

Everything is created twice, first in the mind and then in reality.” – Robin Sharma

So if you want to achieve something, you’ve got to first achieve it in your mind. Undoubtedly, your actions determine your achievement. But remember, your actions are a result of your thoughts. Your conscious thinking registers on your subconscious mind, which in turn governs your actions.

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Thrive on your Willpower & Overcome Decision Fatigue

Have you ever wondered why some of the otherwise sensible people sometimes make illogical and insanely irrational decisions, get angry at colleagues or family members, splurge on unnecessary stuff, or do something which they know is not correct?

A few weeks ago, I came across an article published by John Tierney in New York Times in 2011, where he comprehensively answered this question that I had in my mind since a long time. The article goes as follows: Continue reading