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Follow the rules and the puzzle will solve.

When a child gets a puzzle, she attempts to solve it with persistence with the believe that some two pieces go together, and it has to be one of them in the box. The belief comes because of the guarantee provided by the puzzle manufacturer. It’s simple, straight forward and obvious. Similarly, the world comes […]

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Every Journey’s Stress Cycle

I often go running, my max has been 4.5 miles and I usually run 2-3 miles in a set. In my short experience I have noticed a pattern. As I start running, everything is smooth, and as I have ran 0.3 miles, I feel exhausted, and I have doubts in my mind whether I can […]

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limitations make you stronger

If you are in a pitch dark room, you have no vision; so you rely more heavily on your other senses to navigate around. When Tim Ferriss had limited time to finish his research paper, he said that, that limitation made him focused and he was able to produce a higher quality paper due to […]

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Loss stories are more believable when told by a mentor

I met three of my mentors on Tuesday, and I realized that the most profound message/learning came through when the mentors told a story of how they lost, and why they lost. I wonder why that happens? Firstly stories are much more believable, secondly if the stories consists of losses and initial disappointments, it aligns […]

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Readers are leaders

A decade ago audible.com was not available, but listening to audiobooks also counts in the reader category. The more you learn, the more you discover how much you didn’t know. And the learners have the commitment or the motivation to learn and improve. That is what makes them improve and hence able to lead.

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