Comparison can be a very powerful tool, and today, I’ll show you why. That being said, it’s odd how many times you read or hear this mantra about not comparing yourself to others. Of how you’re different and all those other things people say, making it seem super easy to simply not compare yourself to… Continue reading How to use comparison to propel yourself forward.
Understanding how time works can help you master a skill and achieve your goals
That’s a really depressing statement isn’t it? The kind that if you see on a poster/image, you immediately object over such blatant negativity, because nobody needs it. We want to see the awesome messages that tell you you’re a champion, or a tiger (even though you’re really a cat), or some sh*t like that.
Getting a job is the dream for a ton of graduates, because, well…employment = money. And having money is a good thing right? But here’s what you never think about, once you have an 8 to 5 job, your life ceases to be your own. Congratulations, you’ve now joined the rat race (it has no finish line… Continue reading The harsh reality of worklife: the 8-5 grind truly is a rat race…
I have spent a lot of time chasing ‘a passion’. Almost my entire undergraduate life to be specific. I wanted to go the Olympics. Well, World University Games (FISU) first, then World Championships, and then Olympics. I failed. FISU wasn’t a far-fetched dream, I watched some of my own teammates qualify and go, whilst I… Continue reading Be honest with yourself; knowing when to quit
I had been trying to write for days, when I finally wrote this, but kept coming up with cookie cutter BS. The kind of stuff, I, myself would never read. Zero originality, zero personality. It’s as if my muse had decided to dig a massive hole in the earth, and bury herself with soil, just… Continue reading WTF moments, just as you are trying to start
It’s exciting, thrilling even, to finish school and have all this delicious time to do with whatever you please. No more assignments. No tests, presentations, pesky morning lectures, and the grinding pressure to cram and pass exams, blissfully never to be borne again. But most importantly, that horrifying, relentless beast often politely referred to as