I was recently was listening to a book-on-tape titled The Big Short. One of the things the infamous Michael Burry mentioned, stuck to my mind. He says, he does not like to defend or sell an idea, cause when we get too attached to an idea, then we are not willing to admit or accept its
Are you doing anything to break routine? Almost 90% of things we do during the day are part of a set of activities we just repeat every day. The real question is, are we simply lazy or we do we really prefer routine? Perhaps the problem is deeper, we humans have an inherent need to fi
I got bumped to First Class on a recent long flight. I admit this was my first time. The comforts of the seats were exceptional. I was able to flatten the seats completely for a night haul. But the real experience was in the service and of-course the servings. We were spoiled with war
What do you do, when you have something stuck in your head? It could be a song, a comment, a reaction, a deed(misdeed)… Do you just wait it out, or express it in one form or another to try and deal with it? Why is it impossible for us to take into account the statistical insigni
I wonder if providing constant-continuous feedback could prove to be a effective motivating strategy. As in the case of stocks we know exactly how a stock is doing, though the platform is not consistent across the board. The world of professional sports has a clear defined ranking sys
What do you do when you have done something wrong? And the likelihood of you getting caught are slim to none? Do you always acknowledge your wrong doing? Do you let someone know, that you have done something wrong? Do you let your action fade away?
I have spent close to four hrs in last two days looking(online) for a coffee maker. I have re-visited the popular destinations hoping for some guidance. In spite of the World-of-the-Web I am unable to find conclusive reviews. Organizations such as Cnet have done the same for electroni
Life is not a journey to the grave with intentions of arriving safely in a pretty well-preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, with ice-cream chai dripping all over and loudly proclaiming… WOW! What a ride!
You are often wished all-the-best before you are about to do something that might be important to you. It implies, that you give your very best possible, regardless of circumstances for this activity. Looking back, how many times in your life have you given your very best for a certai
Time and again, successful people around the world have confirmed that the path to success is failing as many times as possible. In a documentary on Sam Walton (founder of Wal-Mart), it was revealed that one of the unknown characteristic about him was that he was notorious at failing