Personal Growth

  • Psychology of Wealth

    The Story Of Wealth

    “Women fake orgasms and men fake finances.” ― Suze Orman When it comes to the matter of finance, often we boast too much. Even though we don’t have sufficient purchasing power, we still squander money to impress others. There is no significant income, but we fake it in front of others, and what do we get? A fake third-grade self-satisfaction. How shameful is it to lie about what we don’t have? Are you struggling to manage your finances, and if yes, why is it difficult? Either you’re not good at mathematics, or your psychology is weak. Let’s do the calculation. You’re earning an ABC amount of monthly income, and your expenses…

  • Reading

    How To Read A Book Like A Pro?

    A book is a dream you hold in your hands. – Neil Gaiman To read a book is like reading a person engraved in the pages of that book- active and talking to you like a friend sharing her experiences of joy and sorrow, failure and success, including a few bits of information that has the potential to transform your life. When I say reading a book, I don’t mean what you mean by reading a book. I mean, it’s an experience of friendship with the author. She’s talking to you in the best form of written words she can express. This book is her love affair. If that were…

  • Human Psychology

    Miss Jealousy, I’m Talking To You

    Never underestimate the power of jealousy and the power of envy to destroy. Never underestimate that. – Oliver Stone She’s prettier than me. He’s smarter than me. They’re better than me. Why? Enter Miss Jealousy No one can fall in love with you. You’re my property. I have copyright over you. I can’t talk with anyone. I can’t compliment anyone for beauty or talent. I can’t smile looking at anyone. You’re not my wife. Thank God! Do you remember how many times you took away my freedom because of jealousy? The problem is not that we don’t trust others; the problem is that we don’t trust ourselves. The problem is…

  • Reading

    7 Self-Help Books To Be Read By Every Professional

    1. Poor Charlie’s Almanack: The Wit and Wisdom of Charles T. Munger edited by Peter D Kaufman 2. Tools of Titans: The Tactics, Routines and Habits of Billionaires, Icons and World-Class Performers by Timothy Ferriss 3. Principles: Life and Work By Ray Dalio 4. The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom (Toltec Wisdom Book) By Don Miguel Ruiz & Janet Mills 5. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People By Stephen R. Covey 6. You Can Heal Your Life By Louise L. Hay 7. War Of Art By Steven Pressfield

  • Philosophy

    The Search of Smart and Beautiful

    Aira: Suppose if you were the most beautiful woman of this planet what would you be doing? Airis: Searching for the smartest man on this planet. Aira: And what would you be doing if you were the smartest man on this planet? Airis: Searching for the most beautiful woman on this planet. Aira: And what if you’re both, the smartest and most beautiful woman of this planet? Airis: Searching for someone better than me. Aira: And what if you’re both, the smartest and most beautiful man on this planet? Airis: (laughing…) For the first time, I’m hearing that men can be beautiful. I thought men can only be smart if…

  • Reading

    What to Read and Why?

    What is the need to read books and blogs that are not part of your curriculum?Why waste time learning from the experiences of a person who is a so-called expert in another field?What is the need for it?It’s for the people who have nothing to do except read and travel because their pockets are filled with more than their monthly expenditure. If you think this way, a second look is the need of the hour. You have the energy and skill to spend on anything that you wish to spend on. You have experiences of your own, about life and how to live it. You have faced failure and success, both. …

  • Philosophy

    The Chosen Ones’

    Solving The Riddle Introducing Taking A ‘Little Baby Step’ Is More ‘Practical’ Than Taking The ‘Combined Theoretical Knowledge’ Of All ‘Books And Scriptures’. –Anonymous  Starring “The Mind is Everything. What You Think You Become”. -Siddhartha Gautama (Before Christ) Everyone wants to live a life of peace and satisfaction. A life that includes worldly success as well as spiritual perfection. A life filled with enjoyment, happiness, and enthusiasm.  In short, everyone wants to live a life of ‘complete well-being’.But how many people, in reality, are able to achieve this gigantic goal of life?In a population of 7.7 Billion Sapiens currently inhabiting the planet Earth, how many are living a life of absolute…

  • Psychology of Wealth

    Why Does The Bank Want Higher Deposits?

    The bank want higher deposits because your money is lent out to others. Loans earn the bank anywhere between 10% to 18% while you get around 4% interest on your savings deposit. The difference between what you get and what the bank earns, minus costs, is the Bank’s profit. Food for thought: Is it a wise conclusion to put your money in a bank? Recommended Reading:

  • Philosophy

    Know Yourself

    Everything in nature moves in cycles. The day is followed by night. Summer is followed by winter and inhalation is followed by exhalation. Similarly, success is followed by failure and vice-versa. Nothing is permanent here, neither happiness nor sadness. Days of dreams, ecstasy and fantasy are soon replaced by nights of reality, pain, and suffering. High and low test each other resulting in Ego and Enlightenment to accomplish each other. It’s ironic that people spend their lives in search of ‘life and existence’ or justifying the concept of ‘divine and devil’ but never care to ‘observe their breath cycles’ or ‘listen to their heart beats’ to understand the Reality as…

  • Philosophy

    Practical Applied Philosophy

    Nothing Is Permanent.  It All Comes And Goes.  Change Is The Only Constant.  Get detached from compliment and criticism, love ❤ and fear 😱, divine 😇 and devil 😈, good 😊 and evil 👹, reality and illusion.  Don’t care about praise or embarrassment. It’s All Impermanent.  It doesn’t matter how good you are… You can’t make everyone happy and never there will be a time when everyone LIKES you,   or everyone DISLIKES you.  Everything Changes and Whether it’s Pain or Pleasure… It Shall Pass. Everything Comes and Goes. Remember, Always This Too Shall Pass.

  • Philosophy

    What Is Friendship?

    Friendship is all about Sharing, Understanding, and Mutual Respect.(Not a Rocket Science to Master.) It’s not any social-relationship between a Boy and a Girl.(It’s Sharing of Thoughts and Feelings.) It’s not to Disturb others or Ignore them. (It’s to Make them Feel Good when They need You. Not to Leave them to Suffer alone.) It’s about Bringing out the Best in Them and Letting them Know their Weaknesses and Faults.(So That They Can Become The Best Version Of Themselves That They Are Capable Of Becoming.) It’s about Appreciation, Care, Forgiveness and Selfless Love.(Not the Ego, Show-off, Pride, or Selfishness.) It’s about Self-expression to Those whom You Like the Most and Wants…

  • Philosophy

    The Four Pillars Of A Successful Life Worth Living

    1. The priority must be ‘Peace of Mind’ no matter the situation. There may be sadness or happiness, but there must be a mind, free and undisturbed from the fluctuating thoughts, as silent as an ocean unaffected by the turbulence of waves going up and down.It can be accessed through the practice of contemplation and present moment awareness. 2. To run a beautiful mind, there must be a ‘Holistic Health’ in all the six realms of Physical, Mental, Emotional, Financial, Social, and Spiritual spheres of the mind-body complex. It’s easily achievable through proper diet, exercise, and much rest. 3. Being a social animals, Homo Sapiens are not trained to live in exclusion from society. It’s our natural tendency to seek love…