Note: This post is written by Saurabh Srivastava So, you have got this dream. It might be writing a novel, building up a popular blog, making 6 pack abs, and anything else. You might know people who reached these goals, and their journey was just a long walk on the warm sand. And here, you have been hustling on the thorns since quite a long and yet you find yourself reaching nowhere. If this is the case, there are great chances that you might have fallen in one, or more, of the traps that are pulling you down.
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Note: This post is written by Cris Antonio Imagine yourself going about your tasks as you normally would, but today, you feel everything around you begin to gradually fade out. It’s like becoming a third-party observer. There is no one else but you – just your hands and your body in motion. You know this process too well. Soon, your mind begins to focus on only one thing: the job that lies ahead. There are no people, no wind, no birds, no time. Your lips curl into a small smile as your hands swiftly move on its own accord. Congratulations: you have just entered the elusive zone.
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We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit. ~ Aristotle Your habits play an important role in your life. Having good habits will lead you to an effective life. Having bad habits, on the other hand, will lead you to failures. So it’s essential that you build good habits. Scott Adams once said that “Losers have goals and winners have systems.” But what systems do you need to have? Well, I believe that one of them is a habit-building system. The reason? Because good habits don’t happen automatically.
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.