Ode to an underrated trait: Self-Will

Ode to an underrated trait: Self-Will

On self-will, stubbornness and being opinionated Self-will and being opinionated are brothers in a way. Recently, I saw a post by a thought leader I respect very much. It spoke against being opinionated and implied that opinionated people might be inflexible and closed-minded. Unable to listen. Unwilling to change. It was the first time I […]

How to make a difficult decision

Very difficult decisions Sometimes we are at a crossroad in our life where we have to make a difficult decision. Should I start my own business or stay where I am? Do I want a baby or focus on my career? Should I cut the salary of all employees or fire 10 people? Do I stay in […]

Positive vs. negative Motivation

Why positive motivation is better for your brain I just scrolled through my LinkedIn news feed and noticed plenty of negative quotes. You find them on all social networking sites.  Motivation is the sum of motives for our readiness to act which means our pursuit of goals or targets based on emotional and neuronal activity.  […]

The Price of Intuition

Intuition is the result of suffering I had what people call a violent, abusive father. My mom told me that he became like that after a car accident that left my father in a coma for 6 months and 1 week. My mom also told me that it's my fault she ever had to marry […]

8 Best Tips For Introverts

Extroverts benefit from these tips too! It's difficult to be an introvert. Often it seems as if the surest way to be the center of attention is trying to avoid it. Most of our interests, character traits and likes have developed during our childhood. Our family, friends, our profession, and setbacks and failure - all of […]

Infographic Happiness

7 Things Happy People Do