Do You Make a To-Do List, But Don’t Get Half of The Work Done?

Here 6 Productivity Hacks To Get Things Done There are two types of people in this world — the people who just get things done and the people who procrastinate and get almost nothing done. Does this situation sound familiar to you? You write a to-do list and tell yourself: ‘’I’ll get it all doneContinue reading “Do You Make a To-Do List, But Don’t Get Half of The Work Done?”

How To Deal With Anxiety - Messy Mind And Stress

The prevalence of anxiety disorders across the world varies from 2.5 to 7 percent by country. Globally an estimated 284 million people experienced an anxiety disorder in 2017, making it the most prevalent mental health or neurodevelopmental disorder. Anxiety is a topic that we often don’t talk about it even though probably many of usContinue reading “How To Deal With Anxiety - Messy Mind And Stress”

Living In A Noisy World — How To Remain Focused

We live in a noisy world. Sometimes we end up drowning in it. Whether people say positive or negative things. Noise is noise. We might feel like dragged down from people who criticize us or talk bad about us. But we also often tend to lean on those people who compliment us a lot orContinue reading “Living In A Noisy World — How To Remain Focused”

Jump In At The Deep End

Make opportunities happen for yourself As a child I was always afraid of water. I never learnt swimming. Few years ago, I fell into the water and I almost drowned. Since then, I developed a trauma and I was even more scared of water than I was before. Everytime I went somewhere on vacation nearContinue reading “Jump In At The Deep End”

Why are some people able to manage complexity better than others?

Geniuses are made, not born. We all can be geniuses and have world class minds like Albert Einstein, Charles Darwin or Leonardo DaVinchi. A part of that is the IQ, but the biggest part are our emotions, mindset and the drive of curiosity that makes geniuses, therefore enable to manage complexity better. It’s all aboutContinue reading “Why are some people able to manage complexity better than others?”