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London to Brighton 2017, 100km (62.5 Miles) – Pushing Beyond Limits

Tweet    As some of you may be aware I recently completed London to Brighton 100km challenge. About 2200 people were participating in this challenge. 500 of them were running/jogging it. Some were doing it over 2 days, but I – like many others – was doing it in one go. 100km walk/hike from London […]

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One Tip to Set Yourself Up for Success in 2016

Tweet  image credit     The beginning is the most important part of the work. – Plato   It’s the first day of the New Year. I hope you are starting it with optimism and positivity. Whether your 2015 was a rousing success or a year you would rather forget, it’s a new day, a […]

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5 Lessons I’ve Learned on the Path to Becoming A Polymath

Tweet  image credit   Last week I wrote my progress report, on becoming a polymath project. As promised, this is the follow up article. The road to polymathy is not straight-forward. I started off in uncharted territory, and I’m mapping it as I go along. Often by going over the same road again. There is […]

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Becoming a Polymath: My Progress Report

Tweet  image credit   I have written about my life-long goal of becoming a polymath before. It’s been a while since I wrote about that topic, but I’ve been doing more experiments and research, and gaining further clarity on my own goals. So over the next few weeks I will do a series of posts […]

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3 Ways to Overcome Procrastination with Journaling

Tweet  image credit Procrastination is like a credit card: it’s a lot of fun until you get the bill. – Christopher Parker Procrastination is not a straightforward concept. Sure, you could be procrastinating out of sheer laziness, but there could also be a number of other reasons. The first step, therefore, is to know yourself. […]

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How to use Journaling for Professional Development

Tweet  image credit Have you seen your CEO carrying a moleskine, or spotted a shiny-leather bound volume sitting on your MD’s desk? All the entrepreneurs and leaders you may have read about, or seen videos of, often talk about their personal notebooks too. This is not a coincidence. From Leonardo Da Vinci to Robin Sharma, […]

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Sherlock Holmes’ Brain-Attic

Tweet  image credit    In the BBC TV Show, Sherlock, we hear about Sherlock’s mind palace, which is a fascinating concept. However, the introduction of Sherlock Holmes was a little more ordinary in its word choice, if not in its content. In A Study in Scarlet, the very first novel that introduced the world to Sherlock […]

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Career Journal: Importance of A Job Title

Tweet  image by classblog   There is a famous saying for writers: “You are only as good as your last book.” To apply it to careers, “You are only as good as your last job title.” Let’s be honest. It’s a stupid way to measure a person, but alas, our corporations revolve around great many things […]

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How to Develop a Positive Mindset

Tweet  image by yinto   With everything that has happened to you, you can either feel sorry for yourself or treat what has happened as a gift. Everything is either an opportunity to grow or an obstacle to keep you from growing. You get  to choose. – Dr Wayne W Dyer Being an optimist or […]

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Do You Have A Positive Mindset?

Tweet  image by lifepulp   When it comes to success or even happiness, mindset is a huge factor. Even more so than what you have, or the natural abilities you possess. There are plenty of really intelligent and really capable people living mediocre, or even miserable lives. There are plenty of rich people who are […]

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