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They show us different paths to success.
The ultimate disconnect: me from myself.
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Dear girl with sleeves rolled up, You are okay. Trust me. Today you might be alone when you bounce that basketball off the burning concrete court under the blazing sun. But it is all right. The anger...
You have a full time job, brilliant ideas to share with the world, a side hustle business to launch, sleep to catch up on, exercise to hustle through, and about 100 other #adulting things to take care...
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A babu favours a company that offers bribes because he thinks he can. A politician threatens, bribes, or convinces the authorities to make teachers give up their jeans because he thinks he can. A TV anchor shouts down every voice of sanity because he thinks he can. A manager in an office fudges sales figures, assuming that the loss could be compensated in the coming month and murmurs, “Yes, I can.”
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For most of us, between the time we graduate from high school up until the time we hit 25, our lives seem to pass in a blur of exams, higher education, parties and trying to find a job that we don't absolutely hate. It's only when we hit 25 does the quarter-life crisis set in, and we start thinking: "What am I going to do with the rest of my life?" Here are some clues.
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Waking up in the morning seems almost impossible some days. In fact, sometimes it feels as if only The Rock might be able to haul you out of bed. And now you can recruit him—or rather an app released...
On Sunday, the world saw a fitter and leaner Anant Ambani, the youngest son of Nita and Mukesh Ambani, who lost 108 kg in 18 months. The amazing determination shown by Anant, who reportedly gained wei...
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Have you ever heard someone say "Oh come on, anyone can do that. That isn't a big deal..."? We do something special and they remind us that we're ordinary. We try to rise, and they criticise us. We resolve to take a leap, and they try to stop us by reminding us that we'll fall.
A friend of mine walked into my office one day and lamented that he couldn't go after what he wanted in his life because his hands were tied. And yet when he had to get his daughter into a particular school that he really wanted, he went all out, tried different methods, thought innovatively to make sure his girl did get admission in that school. I don't remember him giving up by saying "my hands are tied". He was relentless. So, what do you think is different?