Do you want to have a successful career? Even better, do you want to have a fulfilling one? To have such a career, your skills play an important role. Why? Because your skills can make your career both successful and fulfilling. The question is: how should you build your skills?
Here we are in 2017. Being in a new year, it’s a good time for you and me to do something new. There are many things that you could do, of course, but – because I’m a big believer in self-education – I’d like to encourage you to make your self-education a priority this year.
I love to learn from great people and get inspired by their stories. Among them, Theodore Roosevelt (TR) is a favorite of mine. His story never ceases to inspire me. Here I’d like to give you the reasons why I find TR inspiring. After reading them, I think you will agree with me that he is a great model to learn from. Without further ado, here are five reasons why TR is inspiring.
I have read many productivity books over the years. These are books that aim to improve your personal productivity. They aim to help you get more done in less time. Among them, I have some favorites. There are many other books on productivity, of course, but these are the ones that you should read if you want to read just a few of them. Without further ado, here the five best productivity books to read.
My wife and I recently had a two-weeks trip to Vietnam and Thailand. It was exciting! The best part was that we got to meet some readers there. I also learned some lessons from the trip, and I’d like to share the biggest lesson that I learned with you. The lesson is this: To live your life to the fullest, you need to learn new languages.
Note: This post is written by Kamal Gill Have you ever re-watched a children’s movie and got more out of it as an adult than you previously did as a child? In honor of Rudyard Kipling’s story The Jungle Book recently hitting movie theatres across the globe; I thought I’d take a look back at the 1967 Walt Disney classic that warmed the hearts of many of us growing up. I remember watching this as a child a couple of times (okay maybe a couple of hundred times!) and absolutely loving it, so I thought I’d watch it again as an adult just for fun. I was surprised to notice many valuable lessons embedded into the story that I wish I knew earlier. Here are 7 life lessons we can all learn from The Jungle Book.