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Steal Like an Artist

When Austin Kleon was asked to address college students in upstate New York, he shaped his speech around the ten things he wished someone had told him when he was starting out. After giving the speech, he posted the text and slides to his popular blog where it quickly went viral. In this title, he […]

This Is All I Have To Say

There is always a lesson to be learnt from failure.
Look for that lesson.
And learn it.
Suddenly, you’ll find success sitting beside you.
Winking at you.
– Swapan Seth

A few days back I read a small book—This Is All I Have To Say by Swapan Seth. I finished reading it in about 30 minutes. But it made me […]

The Last Lecture

A few weeks back I read a book “The Last Lecture.” I had the book for a couple of months, but read it only last week. The book is about the final lecture given by a computer science professor at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU)—Randy Pausch. The CMU has the practice of asking its professors to […]

The Power of Slow

The pace of modern life is fast. We want fast transportation, fast communication, fast computers, fast photos, fast music, fast foods, and so on.

But does fast always mean the best? Does it mean that we can achieve our goals? Does it ensure that we have a happy, healthy, and satisfied life? Does it ensure […]