Category Archives: Self Improvement

Learning Never Stops.

As my readers know, I spend a lot of time solving crossword puzzles. In the process, I learn a number of new words and phrases. This one however is such a simple one but something that I had to wait … Continue reading

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Education.

I had gone to Khandala two days ago to be part of the faculty for an informal training programme for some middle level managers. During this programme I got to meet and get to know a few MBAs and was … Continue reading

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Meaning / Purpose / Happiness.

This Mark Twain quote was shared by a friend on facebook and led me to muse over it and the result is this post. In Viktor Frankl’s book Man’s Search For Meaning, Frankl often quotes Nietzsche: “He who has a … Continue reading

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Top 37 Things You’ll Regret When You’re Old.

Lessons Learned Life has this post with the 37 things that we will regret when we are old. I have listed the items and have answered my own experience against each. 1. Not traveling when you had the chance. I … Continue reading

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How Do You Identify Your Mojo.

This Friday’s LBC blog post’s title was suggested by Pravin whose take on this topic can be seen here. The other blogger who is sure to write Shackman’s post can be seen here. The latter is sure to have a … Continue reading

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Value Of A Degree HS & College.

Today’s topic for the LBC comes from a list of suggestions made by Shackman whose take on it promises to be very interesting, coming as it would from a self acknowledged jock. Unlike many of my contemporaries, my late wife … Continue reading

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The Inner Child The Outer Child

Today’s topic for the weekly LBC post comes from Lin. Since I had never had to deal with the concept of the outer child, I had to undertake some research to understand the term before I could attempt to write … Continue reading

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My High Speed Mind.

Just for a few seconds, my mind went into overdrive this morning. It is normally a de-cluttered one but an unusual occurrence speeded up the imagination process and gave me palpitation and an almost-there panic attack. I was in the … Continue reading

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Education.

I recently had an exchange of views on being educated and wrote the following two paragraphs. Something I sincerely believe in. Education to most people, means acquiring qualifications, academic or professional. I disagree totally when this is the understanding of … Continue reading

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Quality Not Quantity.

Kylie over at eclectica has this intetesting concept of having a theme word for the new year. The idea being that you create one word that will summarize your focus on the most important thing that you would like to … Continue reading

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