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  • The Plan B Journey and How To Reconnect With Your Plan A

    Life is an unpredictable adventure, and while we often embark on it with a well-thought-out Plan A, it's the ability to navigate the unexpected twists and turns that truly defines our character. The Plan B journey is not a sign of defeat, but rather an empowering strategy that enables us to adapt and evolve. In this exploration of the Plan B journey, we will delve into the mindset and actionable steps needed to pursue Plan A and change your life, even when detours are necessary.


  • Unlocking the Door to Happiness: A Journey Within

    Happiness, the elusive state of being that we all relentlessly pursue, often seems like a distant mirage. The quest for happiness is as ancient as humanity itself, and as we navigate the twists and turns of life, the pursuit becomes a profound journey. In this blog, we will explore what we commonly perceive as sources of happiness, delve into effective ways to cultivate happiness, and discuss strategies to maintain a joyful and contented life.


  • Embracing Self-Prioritization: A Guide to Making Yourself a Priority

    In the hustle and bustle of our daily lives, it's easy to get caught up in meeting the needs of others, often neglecting the most important person-ourselves. The concept of self-prioritization goes beyond mere indulgence; it's a fundamental practice of self-care and personal growth. Making yourself a priority and practicing self-prioritization is not an act of selfishness but an essential component of a fulfilling and balanced life. In this blog, we'll explore the importance of making yourself a priority and provide practical tips on how to embrace self-prioritization in your life.


  • Navigating New Year’s Resolutions: Strategies for Success

    Ah, the fresh scent of a new year! It's that time when we dust off our dreams, wave farewell to the past, and enthusiastically craft a list of resolutions that spark hope for the months ahead. But let's be real — making New Year’s resolutions is the easy part. The real challenge lies in sticking to them.


  • Impeccable Mixed-State Communication Part 3: Writing

    In the succinct and well-thought words of Francis Bacon, "Reading makes a full man; conference, a ready man; writing, an exact man." Effective communication through the written medium confers some kind of exactness — or, if you will, completeness — to a man. This is due to the fact that they relay their ideas as originally intended and not as a muddled-up string of words, which convey nothing but vagueness. The ability to string meaning-bearing words in written format that convey a coherent thought or sequence of thoughts involves quite a number of processes.


  • Impeccable Mixed-State Communication: Part 1

    It is difficult to overstate the pertinence of effective communication, be it verbal or written, particularly if one wants to move steadily up the academic or professional ladder. Without exaggeration, for instance, the utter neglect of key communication skills in the professional space is tantamount to planning for an early career death. How one can gain mastery of this life skill is a question a plethora of materials centering on the subject of communication have, at different times, tried to tackle head-on. However, like a recurring decimal, the mistakes many communication enthusiasts seek to correct appear to be the same mistakes they, more often than not, continue to make. These blockades, as I like to call them, deal huge blows to how effective we come across when communicating our ideas and thoughts. Fortunately, these blockades are not without remedies.


  • Tackling Self-Improvement: From Consumerism to Actioning

    Self-development, or self-improvement, as some may put it, has become quite a buzzword and a ubiquitous topic of interest, especially in the digital media space, garnering attention from both millennials and gen-z, as more than ever, people are aware of their emotions, skills, and strengths.


  • GTD or Getting Things Done. Introduction to a New World Without Worries About Forgotten Things

    "It's fine to decide not to decide about something. You just need a decide-not-to-decide system to get it off your mind" - David Allen, Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free-Productivity.