Category: Psychology

Patience as a quality, as a virtue, as something we used to have, is fast disappearing. It’s all about ‘Super-fast’, ‘lightning speed’ , ‘agile’ . Never slow, steady and leisurely. Everyone around is hurrying. Running off at a breakneck speed to wherever they’re headed. A death race to an unknown destination…

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A very interesting physicist (Prof. Richard Muller) recommended this exercise of jotting down insights from life in a series of theorems. The ones listed below reflect some of the learnings which have stemmed from personal experiences and others from observing the workings of the world around.  These don’t carry complex…

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“A consistent thinker is a thoughtless person, because he conforms to a pattern; he repeats phrases and thinks in a groove” – Jiddu Krishnamurti Noise. It’s everywhere. Whether you’re sitting down to study, trying to focus at your workplace or even trying to nap on a Sunday afternoon, various types of…

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When I was in the ninth grade, I picked up this book from my dad’s office library. The title read “How to Win Friends and Influence People” by Dale Carnegie. I was super excited! I had always dreamt of being one of those master influencers and speakers whom thousands of…

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At the time of your birth, you were given two sealed envelopes. One labelled ‘The Path to Success‘ and the other labelled ‘The Path to Failure‘. Which one would you choose? If you’re thinking, ‘Duh, isn’t it obvious?’, think again. Who is Napoleon Hill? Napoleon Hill was one of the foremost…

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