What happens when your actual outcome doesn’t match your perceived outcome? You can choose one of two options: Fight to work towards the perceived outcome Live in harmony with the current outcome Whichever choice you make, there’s no good or bad, right or wrong, positive or negative. Here’s the thing.
“Would you want to know what’s the one skill you all must have in order not to starve?” He asked. The entire hall was quiet. Everyone was waiting in anticipation. Waiting for him to tell us what it is.
I’ve been reluctant to talk about it. But I felt both compelled and the need to be responsible for talking about it. Especially during the pandemic. I’m talking about anxiety.
It is normal for our productivity to dip during the COVID-19? Or should we look at how Shakespeare and Newton flourished during a pandemic with guilt? Before we dive deep into this dichotomy, let’s first put things into perspective. The question is, “what makes us productive”?
I’ve lost count of the number of times I have failed even before I started. How could that be possible, you ask? I failed to ship.
It enables organizations to remain competitive, especially in a dynamic business environment. It enables you to become better by gaining a deeper understanding of reality. It refers to the most important skill needed to thrive in any environment. But what is it?
For someone who thinks for a living, this piece of advice was hard for me to swallow. [D]oing ought to precede thinking when it comes to baseline creative work. ~ Chase Jarvis I’ve always believe in doing the research, speaking with potential customers, formulating a set of strategies before taking action. Theoretically that sounds likeContinue reading “Don’t Think; Just Do”
Most online courses on SEO/SEM will teach you several things. How to use tools like Keyword Planner. Some will teach you how to analyze the list of keywords for demand. Few will teach you how to interpret for intent. I had the good fortune to be taught how to distill the interpretation for insights andContinue reading “A Better Way To Learn: Beyond Interpretation”
“How would you describe your life’s purpose?” The author asked Bill Thomas. “To bring respect back to elderhood in America,” was his reply. With just eight words, Bill was able to describe his life’s work to Keith Yamashita. Frankly, if we are not able to describe our life’s purpose as elegantly as Bill, it isContinue reading “Why Figure Out Your Life’s Purpose”
If you offer any kind of solution, whether it’s an online course, a training program, or consulting, you’re in effect introducing change. And with change, there is always that element of resistance. Resistance to change can be categorized into these three broad areas.