Author: Vishal Kataria
The greatest enemy of knowledge is not ignorance, it’s the illusion of knowledge. — Stephen Hawking
I was explaining an interesting concept to a friend. When I dived deeper into the subject, he stopped me.
“I don’t want the details,” he said.… Read more
I’d like to confess something.
Until recently, I’d get jealous quickly — when I saw someone doing what I wanted to, or ‘living the dream’. (Thank you Instagram.)
But I’m not alone, am I? Even the most contented people can’t help the occasional feeling of jealousy when someone does better than them.… Read more
When used in excess, anything gets taken for granted. Whether it’s materials, relations, or even expectations.
Deadlines are no different.
In today’s knowledge age, we’re submerged in a deluge of work. We’re working 24/7, yet rarely moving forward. We start a task but don’t finish it because we get sucked into something else.… Read more
When was the last time you did something to invest in yourself? Like, really invest in yourself?
Examples could include consciously applying what you read, or practicing a new skill. Or even re-examining a skill you already possess.… Read more