Perfection equals Paralysis

   In the search of creating a post, I stumbled across this video that reminded me something I often forget: perfection is a self-imposed standard impossible to achieve. But we all want to achieve it in whatever we do.    It’s healthy to strive for perfection, but it’s not healthy to expect to achieve it.... Continue Reading →

Together Is Better

'A Lion used to prowl about a field in which Four Oxen used to dwell. Many a time he tried to attack them; but whenever he came near they turned their tails to one another, so that whichever way he approached them he was met by the horns of one of them. At last, however,... Continue Reading →

The scenarios from your mind

   Have you ever wondered why we sometimes run some weird negative scenarios through our mind that makes us feel bad or angry? How often does that happen to you?    Today I caught myself running such a scenario with some people walking around me. Out of nowhere my mind made up a situation in... Continue Reading →

Your Feelings Are Overrated.

We are often told to act in alignment to what we feel. How we feel. For whom we feel. This notion of acting in alignment with our feelings can be a dangerous mindset. In fact, allow me to tell you that your feelings are completley overrated. They are unimportant. Look, there are only 2 reasons... Continue Reading →

A Little Thought For Your Day :-)

We've all read countless articles on many well-known websites, blogs, and guru-platforms that we shall NEVER compare ourselves to other people. In fact, we're told to only compare ourselves to the person whom we were 'yesterday'. The problem is that looking back to 'who you were yesterday' actually inhibits your development more than improving it.... Continue Reading →

The Confidence Problem.

The other day, I wrote a longer comment on a 'Question of the Day' post, all about confidence. So I thought I'd say a couple of more words about this... We are all familiar with classic situations where we know we MUST 'be' or 'act' confident (usually because we're told so). Job interviews, dates, presentations... Continue Reading →

Failure Is The Way Forward

We all know that improvement comes from many, MANY tiny failures. In fact, the more we fail, the greater our chances of success (not always, but most of the time). I mean, let's face it. If someone is worse at anything than you, then it's probably because they haven't been through all of the learning... Continue Reading →

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