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How would it be without all our struggles?
I hate stress, work, and overwhelm. Yet, I have to admit that when I don’t have work. I miss it. And you know what…so do you. Crushing workloads, crippling deadlines are the bane of existence. But gosh so is stillness, boredom and a life deprived of challenge &...
3 Ways To Love Doing The Hard Stuff
noun (WORK) Definition: A repetitive ongoing task, that one has to grit through. Over and over again. To be successful. Be it finishing your salad. Dealing with tough HR issues. Waking up early to do your...
How I actually dealt with Chronic Fatigue
“I’m so tired.“I’m knackered.“I’m pooped!”That’s how I talk to myself. Eyes heavy. Burden weighing on my shoulders. It’s a struggle to sit up and pay attention at a meeting or even to read & respond to email. That’s how I often feel...
The I and the AI: The benefits of ChatGPT vs the price we pay. Is it worth it?
There is a tidal wave that’s sweeping the globe. It’s called “Chat GPT”. Ever since I hit my first search query into this insane app, there is little that I can think and talk about. Unless you've been on a solo expedition to the North Pole, you’ve got to have heard...
From pain to pleasure: How to create your own Heaven on Earth
Is there a particular conversation that you’re struggling to have? And You don’t have the right words to share? Or an emotional internal conflict you are in? You feel stuck and are unable to move forward? Then the "HEAL" (Heaven on Land) framework may help. It begins...
Book review: Four Thousand Weeks – Time Management for Mortals
Rarely I’ve read a book with such deep engrossment. I underlined and highlighted this book like crazy. I got epiphanies every second paragraph. When I reached the end, felt a bitter sense of sadness that it was over. So I picked it up again and began...