Earlier this month I signed up for Grammarly to improve my writing. I used it for a few weeks, and it seemed like a useful app to help me write better. So I thought of upgrading to Pro but haven’t opened my wallet. Then an email appeared on 10 Nov suggesting me to upgrade for […]
I hate it when an Apple event happens and I don’t see any updates to the products I need. My work computer is due for a refresh. So I ordered the latest iMac anyway despite no twentieth anniversary iMac refresh.
My favorite habits author James Clear’s book Atomic Habits is releasing today. I benefited from his work over the last many years. The concept of Identity-Based Habits which I first learned from his blog has helped me in many ways especially with building and keeping my exercising habit. I like his style of writing and […]
I am so glad I bought and read Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson’s latest book It Doesn’t Have to Be Crazy at Work. The book is a collection of succinct and insightful essays on how to work calmly and effectively. Alongside those, it teaches great lessons on leadership which ties into how Jason and DHH […]
Over the past few years, the following foundational skills have helped me shape my career. I am not going to perfect them anytime soon but I think I don’t have to. I believe these skills takes life-long practice and I really don’t want to get done with them. I think it would be silly of […]
Feeling fired up and immensely grateful. Tad tired after an amazing week but at least I got to hangout for a few hours with two of my brothers on my way home. I will keep the 🔥 glowing.
Failing this week to eat mindfully, sleep restfully, and exercise intensely. For a good reason.
Today I learned these three important things about myself (and others). You will make mistakes. You have complex intentions. You have contributed to the problem.
Looking forward to meet many of my lovely coworkers for a week long fun, learning and general awesomeness!
Just watched this useful video. Being indistractable is a super power. Nir Eyal started out his Mind the Product SF 2018 presentation by sharing that in the five years since his book Hooked came out he’s kept up with everything, gathered feedback, and learned even more about the neuroscience and behavior that drives our motivations […]