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Questioning One’s Beliefs

Tweet  image credit I like intelligent people. I like intelligent conversations. I dread being around boring people. I’ve always thought that I would prefer talking to an intelligent asshole, rather than a boring nice people. But lately, I’ve come to realize that it’s not as black and white as I thought. Here’s the thing – […]

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5 Lessons from a very eventful January 1st

Tweet This year is one day old, and I’m writing the kind of post one would expect at the end of the year. Well, for me, 2017 has already begun with a bang, and left me on a shifting sand. Up until 30th of December, I’d plans. I had decided my goals for 2017. I […]

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The Three Rs: Relax, Recharge, Regroup

Tweet  image credit   We will be more successful in all our endeavors if we can let go of the habit of running all the time, and take little pauses to relax and re-center ourselves. And we’ll also have a lot more joy in living. Thich Nhat Hanh   I’m writing this from the terrace […]

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33 Inspirational Thoughts for My Birthday

Tweet    I’m 33 today. No complaints. I love being in my 30s – which are definitely a far sight more fulfilling and exciting than my 20s :-) Each day, I am aware that I want to keep pushing and striving to be my best self, and to live my Kaizen Life. So today, I […]

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4 Truths from 4 Years of Kaizen Journaling

Tweet  image credit     Kaizen Journaling is 4 today. Like most birthdays and anniversaries…on the one hand it feels like I have been doing this forever, but on the other hand these four years have flown by. Let me first begin with two things I’m thankful for: First: I’m thankful that I can do […]

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5 Ways Journaling Can Improve Learning Agility

Tweet  image credit   Let’s start with a premise: When you are not growing, you are shrinking. It’s that simple. If you aren’t learning new things, or even working on maintaining your current skills/knowledge/awareness then you are in-fact deteriorating. “Use it or lose it” would be an apt phrase to use here. So that means, we […]

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