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How to build strong and meaningful relationships

(Estimated reading time: 7 minutes) What is the one secret sauce of strong and meaningful relationships? Trust – takes a (really) long time to build, a short moment to break and forever to repair. Actually, most of us already know that trust is the most...
What I learnt from a funeral

What I learnt from a funeral

Starting 2017 with the loss of my uncle was a little demoralising. Even though I wouldn’t miss him as much as his family would, witnessing anyone dealing with the loss of a loved one was not enjoyable, at all. Initially, I was quite upset that I was obligated to...

What we really lack is effort, not time

http://vocaroo.com/player.swf?playMediaID=s0FZw2EAiEDG&autoplay=0 Record music with Vocaroo >> We all seem to have insufficient time. Just having 24 hours a day is not enough. We often use time (or rather, the lack of) as an excuse for not doing a whole bunch of...

Stop complaining like it helps, it doesn’t

(Estimated reading time: 4 minutes) Complaining. We are all guilty of that. But that’s because we are humans. We complain to get things off our chest, albeit not the healthiest for growth, but it works. Complaining makes us feel better. There’s a reason...
Why we need to be receptive towards feedback

Why we need to be receptive towards feedback

Did you always dread getting feedback? Let’s face it, we hate feedback, regardless whether it is constructive or not. We hate to be told that we are wrong. Even though we know that feedback is instrumental to personal growth. One of the main reasons why we...

Help others for longer-lasting happiness

(Estimated reading time: 3 minutes) “The most worth-while thing is to try to put happiness into the lives of others.” – Robert Baden Powell. Or how I would like to simplify it, “We are happy when people around us are.” Or you could just...
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