Archive for the ‘Working’ Category

The Key to Mastering Your Situation

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A while back, I read The Code Book by Simon Singh. It’s a good book about the history of codes and code breaking. Among others, the book covers the role of code breakers in wars. They play an essential role there. Why? Because if you break the enemy’s code, you can grasp the real situation  [ Read More ]

Categories: Finance, Purpose, Working

If you were a startup founder, what would you identify as your most important factor for success? To find the answer, Bill Gross did an extensive study that covered hundreds of startups in multiple industries. He examined five factors as possible answer: ideas, teams, business model, funding, and timing. He then shared his findings in  [ Read More ]

Categories: Time management, Working

We are now in July. That means the first half of this year has passed, and we are entering the second half. Many people wait until the end of the year before reflecting on their lives, but I think it’s a good idea to do it now. Why? Because you still have half a year  [ Read More ]

Categories: Attitude, Purpose, Working

I like to learn from the lives of others, and one of the things I’ve learned is that life consists of seasons. You don’t always live the same way. You don’t always do the same things. Instead, there are seasons in your life. Your ability to make the most of these seasons is essential to  [ Read More ]

Categories: Attitude, Purpose, Working

I love reading books from different fields. One that I read recently is Abundance by Peter Diamandis and Steven Kotler. It’s a book about how technology can help us enter an age of abundance. In the book, there is an interesting story about aluminum. It surprised me: aluminum was once more precious than gold! As  [ Read More ]

Categories: Learning, Purpose, Working

Does being busy equal being productive? The answer, of course, is no. Regardless of what some people think, being busy and being productive are not the same. Some people can be busy without being productive, while some others can be highly productive without being busy. How can that be? The 80/20 rule provides an answer.  [ Read More ]

Categories: Time management, Working