This episode’s theme is about going with your gut and intuition. We talk about why this can help propel you to achieve more and develop new skills. I’m a sucker for really good personal development and business books, and in this episode, I also share 2 books I read recently
Tips and tricks on productivity, mindset, and self care so you can be the best version of you.
As September rounds the corner, things are picking up again and it’s more important than ever to develop a good routine. Plus, it’ll help you crack down on procrastination (check out this related post: tips on how to maintain consistency and motivation). In this post, I’ll help you create a
This episode is one of my more personal ones and probably one of my favourites/best ones I’ve recorded yet! I delve into some life stories about my experiences as an introvert, as well as how I gained self confidence. I also speak about joining the debate team (even though it
Practicing gratitude is a key part of many successful people’s daily routines, and I first learned about it through Brendon Burchard’s High Performance Planner, where he researched the habits of hundreds of successful individuals. I was never really able to make it an effective and impactful practice for myself though,
So many people are afraid to “jump in”, and many times we are stuck at the planning stage trying to make things perfect. Whether it’s launching a new project, business, or even working on an essay, we put things off thinking that once we get started, we’ll only have to
Okay guys, I don’t know about you, but staying motivated and productive in quarantine is one of the hardest things ever. And…definitely not something I’ve been achieving lately. Like, I’ve been waking up late, procrastinating, all the works. And I’ve tried suggestions from other bloggers on how to increase productivity,
In this episode, I’m getting real about social media and the mindset/mental health aspects of it. I share how I’ve been trying to walk away from the focus on the numbers, even though it feels so natural for us to check who unfollowed us, and sometimes even obsess over growing
In this first episode, I’m delving into the two conflicting perspectives whether or not we should be doing more productive work during this time, especially because we’re now all at home. Some people are urging you to do more with this time, others are telling you to take a break.
When you’re venturing into minimalism and how to declutter, there are a few common aspects everyone jumps toward first. They clean out their closets, the dresser drawers, maybe their daily bag. They may expand it even to whole rooms, tossing clutter to create picturesque living spaces and offices. Part of