While driving to buy groceries, my wife and I were having conversation about how people change their careers. Some either move into an adjacent career, or some move into completely new ones. Then my wife said to me, "You managed to reinvent yourself though." It had me thinking, what does it mean to reinvent yourself. … Continue reading Reinventing yourself and your career to be happy
Journaling is one of the most powerful tools I've come across. Prior to 2010, I did barely any journaling. Truth be told, I didn't quite understand it. How wrong I was.... 🤦 Fast forward 10 years later, I journal almost daily. Why? Because it calms me down, relieves my stress and allows me to dive … Continue reading Why I use a voice recorder to journal my thoughts
From corporate to running my own business, what my journey has been like
“The framework I found, which made the decision incredibly easy, was what I called — which only a nerd would call — a “regret minimization framework.” So I wanted to project myself forward to age 80 and say, “Okay, now I’m looking back on my life. I want to have minimized the number of regrets … Continue reading The Regret Minimization Framework and how to apply it to your life
TL;DR - when you love yourself, others will love you too. You might ask, "What does that even mean?". I know, in some peculiar sense it doesn't make sense. Why would we love ourselves if others don't. Why me? Why should I care? Because when we love ourselves, we find purpose. We understand how to … Continue reading When you love yourself, others will love you too.
What does it mean to take full responsibility for all your actions and the things you do everyday? It means being fully conscious in the moment and taking calculated steps to accomplish and complete one's goals/objectives/tasks. It doesn't mean brushing off important things for another day, hoping they will complete themselves. It doesn't mean preparing … Continue reading Taking responsibility for everything you do in life
Sometimes in life, you bite the bullet and move forward.
Dear Me: self-reflection
Life is like the stock market - focus on the long term
There I was, lying on that hot, summer pavement, unconscious and still, not making a noise. This was it. My life would end before it began. Around the time I was about three years old, like any young child who's clueless about the rules of the road, I ran across the street and was … Continue reading No recollection
Every one has a struggle.