A friend suggested It Ends With Us earlier this year, and honestly I thought it’d be like every other book I’ve read in the past few years. Enjoyable. Maybe quotable for a while. And I’d take away something that’s going to be ingrained in my being, without the necessity of associating the book with it.
Little did I know it would become something so close to my heart.
We all want to do so many things. We want to write that story that’s been nagging us at the back of our heads for months. We want to watch that movie that is rumored to be so good and inspiring. We want to study for that exam that’s knocking at the door. We want to read that awesome book that makes you feel like heaven. Whatever it is, something is always holding us back. Continue reading “Personal Bank Account: Change Yourself, and You Change the World”
Paradigms. Now, that is one of the words that should be most known. We see the world in so many ways. We see the people around us in so many different ways. We see ourselves in so many different ways. A good substitute for this word would be making assumptions. Continue reading “Paradigms: The Way We See The World”
We often don’t realize how big a role habits play in our lives. From getting up in the morning to going to bed at night, almost all our activities are habits. The three meals a day, the reading time, the office time, the school time, the chores time, doing the dishes (or avoiding doing them very cleverly); it’s all a part of the daily routine we’ve unconsciously set for ourselves. It’s all a part of the series of habits we make ourselves repeat everyday of our lives.
At one point or the other in our lives, we all procrastinate, even if it’s just for five minutes. That doesn’t hurt much. But it does hurt when you procrastinate for hours upon hours or even days on end. So many other things seem so much easier to do. A lot of people will agree with me. Continue reading “Procrastination: The Bane of Effectiveness”