Why Your Reputation Is One of the Most Important Assets You Can Have

We have seen a lot of people choose shortcuts, ignorance, and surface-level understanding instead of putting in the work necessary to achieve their goals. We have seen people try to use get-rich-quick schemes to short-circuit wealth creation, lawyers rely entirely on the court to remind them of their cases, and family members regurgitate soundbites insteadContinue reading “Why Your Reputation Is One of the Most Important Assets You Can Have”

Seven Incredibly Simple Daily Habits That Can Improve Your Life

When you wake up, you do one of the following three things: 1) look at your phone’; 2) go to the bathroom; or 3) make a cup of coffee or have breakfast. Whether you do one of these three things in the morning now, you have done them at some point in your life. WeContinue reading “Seven Incredibly Simple Daily Habits That Can Improve Your Life”

Open-mindedness: Lack of Prominence Despite Its Importance

Over the last few months, we have observed and heard about several instances where a close-minded person has caused more harm than good. Whether it was personally, societally, or professionally, we recognized that most people are close-minded. As discouraging as that sounds, we would like to focus on its inverse: open-mindedness. This post will focusContinue reading “Open-mindedness: Lack of Prominence Despite Its Importance”

Encouraging Growth: Personal and Professional Self-Improvement

Over the last few months, we have frequently contemplated the role of growth in achieving success and living a fulfilling life. To achieve anything in life, one must be honest with themselves and develop a strategy. Growth is imperative. Recently, we have grappled with a tension between our ambitions and certain people’s expectations of us.Continue reading “Encouraging Growth: Personal and Professional Self-Improvement”

Efficient and Effective: Five Tips for Increasing Productivity

A few months ago, we did a post on the five things derailing productivity. In that post, we focused on those things that people commonly do that sacrifices their productivity, including procrastination. We thought we include the other side of the coin: how to increase productivity. This post will highlight five actionable tips one canContinue reading “Efficient and Effective: Five Tips for Increasing Productivity”

Five Common Misconceptions People Have about Life

We have preconceived notions about how things should be and how the world works. Whether that is the common adage, “an apple a day keeps the doctor away” or complex practices like meditation or intermittent fasting, there is something that might be irrefutable fact. But not everything is irrefutable fact. Nor is everything as debatableContinue reading “Five Common Misconceptions People Have about Life”

Music as a Motivator: Three Song Lyrics That Will Set You Up for Success

We all have a hype playlist, a “Get Shit Done” playlist, and a go-to music genre we go to when we need to get real work done. That music might be in the background, but the lyrics or riffs can motivate us to go one step further with any project or perspective. We recently listenedContinue reading “Music as a Motivator: Three Song Lyrics That Will Set You Up for Success”

Lasting Forever: The Five Things We Take for Granted

Several months ago, we tweeted that there are five things that we all take for granted in this world. While it is easy to go about each day with the belief that things will stay the same or always be there, we often lose sight of what’s truly important. Every person is different, but thoseContinue reading “Lasting Forever: The Five Things We Take for Granted”

What We Learn in Our Youth: Five Mistakes We Have Made in Our Lives

Each year of our lives is an opportunity to grow, learn, and be a better version of ourselves. But along the way, we make mistakes. Some of those mistakes are more problematic than others. While we learn from some of those mistakes, the lasting effects of others permeate every aspect of our lives. What weContinue reading “What We Learn in Our Youth: Five Mistakes We Have Made in Our Lives”

New Post: Navigating the Seas of Change

Change is always something that we are humans do not necessarily want. The status quo offers the warm embrace of familiarity and objectivity. It’s what we know and like. Change often disrupts that general sense of “keep it the way it is.” But whether we like it or not, change is a natural part ofContinue reading “New Post: Navigating the Seas of Change”

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