“Oh time is just flying so fast”“Oh! Is it end of March already.” I keep hearing these dialogues from a number of people lately. But I somehow don’t feel like it. I feel the time is ticking at a snail pace. I can see every distinct second as it goes around the clock. But why??Why do I feel like time is dragging? But did I always feel like this!?As I unravel my professional and personal experiences in the numerous conversations I’ve been having lately, I realized I didn’t even remember how the good times flew by. Looking back, all the …
Stories have an incredible power to influence anyone and everyone. But how do you use such incredible powers to benefit your own self. Read on to find out.
Living a life you want shouldn’t be so complicated. It all comes down to figuring out the non-negotiable and unalterable terms!
What was supposed to ensure sustainability of the locals and the natural eco system slowly gave way to doom tourism. In a first of its kind post, I share my thoughts on entry ticket tourism and what everyone including the government, tour operators and people like you and I need to do!
After an year that took traveling away from me and brought me closer to many more things, I am very excited for 2021. In line with 2020, I’ve set my objectives and unlike 2020, I am publishing them here in public.
Setting goals is only half the battle. A constant review and feedback loop is essential for consistent growth. Read my 2020 goals review
One of the most underrated elements of success is moving in the right direction. While we’ve been tuned to be fast I think that’s the wrong parameter to focus on. Read on to know why!!!
In our perfectly normal lives, we have to learn about a wide range of things . Be it for curiosity or for survival. Here’s how I approach learning a new subject!
Giant Leaps are overrated. Without the baby steps of all those people who already attempted to climb those peaks, giant leaps are next to impossible. Read why baby steps are more critical than the giant leaps.
We all have been in such situations. Few can figure out how to get out and few can’t.
Here’s what a terrible trekking experience taught me about dealing with f*cked up situations.