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They lead to fail, and fail to lead.
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The trap of information overload.
The tragic lure of illusion.
Nandita Godbole, 2017
I remember the day clearly. I was in Class 9. The year was 1984. The class teacher handed us all our report cards and my eyes went straight to a little red line under the number '17'. I had scored 17...
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Converting adversity to legacy.
In a recent post, I had written about the fear of failure and how it has the power to overwhelm us. Indeed, it manipulates our thinking and determines our behaviour. We start believing that it is our...
There is just one way out...
Rome wasn't built in a day. It happened brick by brick. Those mini milestone and victories are signs of progress. You are heading in the right direction. Celebrate these wins. Recognise and reward tho...
II belong to the millennial generation, and we are widely considered as lazy, unproductive and narcissistic. It's time to prove that's a crass generalisation and work more on our self-image than that...
The failure of my first startup was the best thing that happened to my business career.
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I tried hard to please, change, accept and then salvage the situation. That my marriage was a situation that needed salvaging should have been my first reason to quit. But I kept egging myself on. Then slowly it dawned on me that I was losing this fight…
If motivation comes really hard to you (like it does to me), start thinking of ways you can spill success from one activity to another. I used this concept to become a dedicated runner, which in turn, has helped me become a more consistent writer.