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It’s possible to possess everything required to be successful, and not succeed. That’s where ambition comes in.
Our world is slowly but surely moving to simplicity and autonomy. Many industries are boosting efficiency by letting machines do work for us. Trucks will soon drive themselves. Grocery stores are going cashierless. The good side to all this is it allows machines and robots to do our mundane, labor-intensive, repetitive work so that we […]
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I had a conversation with Afraaz Mulji, a virtuoso, a gifted thinker, and a friend of over ten years.
How to spend your money, the right way.
Businesses provide tons of value to people, and selling that value is a noble deed.
Writing is probably the best thing I’ve ever done for myself in terms of learning and growth.
Learners move through 4 psychological states until they reach a stage of unconscious competence, where the skill becomes second nature.
A clear and authentic mission is absolutely vital to doing anything well, whether it pertains to business or relationships.
Ordinary people focus on “chasing” success, without ever working on themselves. Success is a natural byproduct of following the basic fundamentals. So stop chasing what you desire—whether it’s love, money, success, or happiness. Become the best version of yourself, and your desires will chase you.
Compound interest is so powerful that Albert Einstein is said to have called it “the most powerful force in the universe.”
Adequate studies have been done to prove that religion and spirituality have a positive correlation to an individual’s mental and emotional well being by promoting and supporting good mental health practice and a means to cope with their distress.
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The amount of money you make is directly correlated to the amount of problems you solve, and how big that problem is.”quote of the week