• Productivity

    Just Breathe

    Only in quiet waters do thing mirror themselves undistorted. Only in a quiet mind is adequate perception of the world.

    – Hans Margolius

    The effort is useless if your mind is not quiet. Whatever you’ll do will go to waste.

    If you want to create something unique, you must quiet your mind.

    Focus your attention on the breath. Dont do anything except witness the flow of natural breath.

    Let go of the need to correct anything.

    Don’t entertain the thoughts of perfection. Leave it all and become still.

  • Performance

    How to Get Out of the Trap of Boredom and Mediocrity?

    “I would rather die of passion than of boredom.”

    – Vincent van Gogh

    I’ve got a subject, and I’m supposed to write, but I don’t have the skill to write. I have the talent but not the skill.

    The genius in me knows about the subject, but my thoughts hinder achieving the goal.

    What I’m supposed to do?

    To leave the subject?


    I’m supposed to acquire the ability to distract my negative thoughts somewhere else and do the work I’m supposed to do. This is called expertise. In short, it’s a skill.

    You know how to achieve your goal irrespective of hindrances.

    What it all has to do with boredom and mediocrity?

    The person trapped in boredom and mediocrity has the talent but is unwilling to acquire the skill.

    I don’t know why s(he) is tucked, but I know how s(he) can escape the trap.

    Trust your instinct and follow your destiny. Feel the fear and do it anyway. You’ll miraculously acquire the skill.

    The important thing is taking the initiative. Rest everything is an outcome of the game you’re playing.

  • Productivity

    Get Married With The One Thing

    “The only impossible journey is the one you never begin.”

    Tony Robbins

    If you’ve made up your mind, you can achieve the goal. Doubt, fear, or indecision is not an excuse. Everyone fights with the same villains.

    If you want to succeed in life, focus on developing good habits. Success-oriented habits automatically lead us to success.

    Sleep on time and Wake up early in the morning. Do the exercise. Read books and write journals.

    Plan your day and try to achieve one goal that matters.

    Instead of focusing on ten different goals, get married to The One Thing.

  • Value Creation

    How To Bring More Power To Your Content?

    “Constantly seek criticism. A well thought out critique of whatever you’re doing is as valuable as gold.”

    ― Elon Musk

    Just picking a catchy heading is not enough. Your content must justify the cost of time and attention the audience is giving to you.

    Highlight the important points.

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    Use the diverse media of internet resources lavishly to create highly engaging content.

    Create harmony between images and paragraphs. If the audience is more confused after reading your content, you’ve produced a work that doesn’t need to publish.

    Write as simply as possible to be understood by your audience.

    Photos, illustrations, vectors, videos, music, sound effects, and gifs; everything will work if you intend to give your audience nothing less than the best quality content you’re capable of producing.

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  • Marketing

    Share Your Passion

    “Marketing is really just about sharing your passion.”

    — Michael Hyatt, NY Times Best Selling Author

    If you understand something valuable that can help others to move forward in bad times, you’ve got an opportunity to create a business.

    It can be anything from a book or blog to a product or service. All you’ve to do is to identify the need of a niche market and present them with your idea in the simplest possible way.

    In the initial stages of developing your product or service, be humble in your approach. Pick a touchpoint and create an atmosphere around it.

    Share the content describing precisely what you want to say, and if your content has value, people will be more willing to listen than you desire to speak.