Thoughts

Success Begins with Little Change

A professor once walked into the classroom with a glass of water. He stood before the class and asked, “Can you guess what is the weight of this glass of water that I hold in my hand?” The students began to guess, “125 gm”, “150 gm”, another said “137gm” and so on. The professor stopped them and said, ‘I too…

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Stress & Flow - The Synergy of Life | Tyrron Whyte
Psychology

Stress and Flow: The Synergy of Life

"Uke" in Okinawan Karate, is a blocking technique that means to "receive" the force of the opponent. The "receiver" is also asked to move forward towards the opponent while "receiving" the impact of the blows  “When a man knows he is to be hanged in a fortnight, (he) concentrates his mind wonderfully,”  – Samuel Johnson   The world is not created…

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Thoughts

Beginning from the End.

I am baffled at the amount of our time we spend in ponder and procrastination. All the time we wallow in the wonderful mix of to-do-it-now-or-later, maybe-when-the-time-is-right-now-or-later, and silently slips away. I must confess that I have had a horrible time defeating it and so, I am going to defend it. It took me all these years to understand that…

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