Right through our lives, we makes choices, and these choices impact our lives. I have made couple of wrong choices, one related to my career, and the other one related to relationship. While they were not disastrous, they did have a long term impact. Made me think, reflect, introspect. Have these made me to choose …
Very interesting as well as Informative. In fact reading this article made me reflect on the kind of food that I have had through various ages and stages. Including the way food can be ordered and delivered now. Realized that even as I have retained a lot of my eating habits, I have also changed …
medium.com/the-mission/the-one-routine-common-to-billionaires-icons-and-world-class-performers-28ed11a49eda Honestly, I definitely did not expect this routine to be the common factor amongst them…
Controlling his schedule gives him power over his success, health, and destiny. Here’s how he does it. — Read on http://www.inc.com/geoffrey-james/mark-cubans-best-productivity-hack-is-seriously-beyond-brilliant.html
Executive coach Michael Melcher shares his insights for carving out long-term success and fulfillment. — Read on http://www.gsb.stanford.edu/insights/secret-finding-lasting-career-satisfaction
medium.com/the-polymath-project/rethinking-education-c8754b3d77b4 Have always believed that there is a direct correlation between education and economic prosperity. This belief is also based on my own case. Have also read a number of articles backed by data to support this correlation. However the author of the article presents a different view on the subject. Please read the article..
http://www.forbes.com/sites/jennifercohen/2018/07/27/the-difference-between-people-who-succeed-and-people-who-flop/ Of the many points mentioned in the Forbes article, point number one is aptly numbered one! Follow through is so important and critical for success.