2022 is the year I decided to step off the treadmill and live a slow life.It's going good so far. Every year, I take some time to reflect on life and decide what direction I want to go in my life. The ritual includes writing down my priorities and checking how things have changed. Family … Continue reading Getting off the treadmill
Avoiding stupidity is a powerful way to reach your success goals. You don’t always need to do great things. You can go a long way if you avoid stupid mistakes. In this blog post, I am talking about the stupid things I have done while building my first startup. I joined Marketfox with the dream of building … Continue reading Stupid things I did while building my first startup
All our lives, we signed up for involuntary learning. Be it schools or colleges. And we ended up hating the process of learning. But once you discover voluntary learning, it can be so much fun.
We, humans, are in the never-ending chase for happiness. In this quest, We often mistake the pleasure of happiness.
Society portrays failure as a negative thing. The stigma revolving around the word failure leads to the thinking that it is a bad thing. Often in the world of startups and life, failures are as good as winning. Failure is learning. Failure is like waves in an ocean, whittling the rocks, one wave at a time. … Continue reading Fail often: An honest account of my failures
In this post I’ll talk about how moving away from a daily routine has helped me improve my life. A few years back, when I set out to improve my productivity I thought routines are the way to go. I planned my days and weeks. I stuck to it and made good results. I built … Continue reading Kill the routine
I was lying in my mother’s lap teaching the way around her first smartphone. It was amusing to see her taking baby steps in the world of touchscreen mobile phones in a year in which Augmented reality has started to take over. I showed her what Youtube is and played one of her favorite songs. … Continue reading Take time to appreciate the smaller things in life