The month being January, and this being the start of yet another year, we feel quite at home with goal setting, weighing ambitions, reminiscing and reflecting back. It seems as though the holiday break connects us to what is truly important, and somehow, on some level, we feel strangely compelled to digging deeper than usual. And when this becomes everyone’s cup of tea, it is easier to shun off the noise.
Couple of days ago I caught myself starting to forget stuff; Minor things, nothing to be alarmed for. What followed was sharing this concern with handful of my friends, and it turns out, lo and behold, they all experience the same thing to a certain degree.
And living in a world of short lived attention span, where almost everything seems to be designed so that you can quickly move on to the next item of business, it’s not a surprise that your memory goes up in smoke.
I often see this line where people diverge in terms of how they feel about setting a New Year resolution. While some are more than eager to wrap their heads around what the best New Year resolution ideas might be, others regard them as conceptual clichés, nothing that needs to be taken seriously.
As every game changes, you have to make additional calculus about the tools. And much the same is increasingly true in personal development as well. Roles in life change, goals too, and do to lists only seem to get bigger and bigger. And as for every kettle there is a pot, I hope this list will provide you with enough tools in order to improve your life while preserving sanity.
I’ve been at to many parties, and witnessed far more discussions where the term education has been shockingly misused. As if most of my peers would have you believe that education starts with the aim for a diploma, and ends with the prospect of a job- An overused mantra that was, up until now, hardly ever questioned.