There are so many lessons to be gained from Michelle Obama’s memoir, Becoming but I’d like to elaborate a little on one point before I outline the others. Let me start with a line which I took from the first few pages of the book: “I think it's one of the useless questions an adult can ask a ... Read More about Lessons from Michelle Obama’s Becoming
Let me start off by stating that I am a paper planner addict. I collect a variety of paper planners from all around the world and use them for a variety of things: jotting down notes, recording favourite quotes, journaling, planning my day and other stuff that I can write down. You may think it ... Read More about Why I Still Use a Paper Planner
Last weekend I attended a wedding which was held at a venue I was not familiar with. Thanks to Waze, I was able to get to the wedding without any problems. I remember a time when such technology was non-existent; we had to rely on maps drawn out by friends on pieces of paper or serviettes and often ... Read More about Three Simple Reasons Why It’s Time to Embrace Mobile Technology to Increase Work Efficiency.
I am a big mobile productivity enthusiast. I have been exploring and using productivity apps such as Evernote, Google apps, Trello and countless others for the past ten years or so. If there was a productivity app in the market that has received good reviews, it's very likely that I’ve used it at ... Read More about Mobile Productivity and How I’ve Been Using It Wrong in the Past Decade!
The One Thing is written by Gary Keller and Jay Papasan and is based on the premise that at any given point of time, you should focus on doing ONE key thing or task consistently that would help to move you closer towards achieving your goal. The core of the book revolves around one key question or ... Read More about Lessons from The One Thing: The Surprisingly Simple Truth Behind Extraordinary Results