Reading is a significant part of my daily routine. Ever since I started a reading habit in 2016, my life has changed drastically. It has changed my perspective on life. Additionally, it has had a positive impact in all areas of my life, including health, finance, career, work, and relationships. Many people say that they […]
Listening to the news is a common stereotype that has been around for a long time. The only difference is that people used to listen to the news on the radio and read it from the newspapers before. But now, we have smartphones, laptops, and other gadgets that notify us each time a person dies
Reading books is considered as one of the best activities for self-improvement. It is a habit that everyone “must” develop. Books can help you learn new things. In addition, they can also serve as entertainment. Physical books have been around for a long time. But now we have ebooks, audiobooks, podcasts, and blogs. With many
I love to write. I did not know that until I started writing for fun. Sometimes, things happen in unexpected ways. My writing journey began as a way to spend my boring time. But now, it has become one of the most important parts of my life. When I started writing, I had no idea
The year was 2016. I picked up my first book—Think and Grow Rich, by Napoleon Hill. It was one of the most-recommended self-help books I found on the internet. Back then, reading books did not seem like fun to me. I had more important things to do in life—working at the office, studying for college tests,
One of my first articles in this blog was: 5 Ways You Can Start Reading More Books In that article, I had discussed some easy and effective ways that I use to read more books. This is a “part 2” version of that article. I read books every day. Most days, I read multiple books.
A few weeks ago, I was invited to do a talk on a podcast by Mr. Umes Shrestha, who is a teacher, teacher developer, and learning experience designer. When I got his message, I was very surprised. I wasn’t sure whether I should do it because I had not done anything like this before. Then,
Our daily habits define who we are. They impact our productivity and effectiveness and help us achieve our goals. We must choose our habits carefully. Good habits provide good outcomes. Bad habits provide bad outcomes. For example, exercising daily will result in good physical health. Conversely, eating junk food will result in bad physical health.
Okay, the title might come off as a little misleading. But, hear me out. I read 3 books a day. Yes, that’s right. But that doesn’t mean I finish the books in a single day. Hence, the might-be-misleading title. Reading is something that I do every day. I not only read books, but I also
I recently read Everything is Fucked—A Book About Hope by Mark Manson. As the title suggests, this book is about hope. But, this article is not about hope. I’m not about to do a book review either. In Chapter 8 of the book, Mark speaks about Freedom—Real and Fake Freedom. I found it quite interesting