<aside> 🗣 Little pieces of my thoughts on Learning, Leadership, Mental Health and Parenting. Consuming information makes me guilty, this daily dispatch is my quick stop to reflect on what I have consumed each day.

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Nov 2022

Oct 2022

Oct 11 2022 A few weeks ago I found a post about how feeling regret can be used as a channel to learn more about ourselves. Here’s another similar one about how feeling insecure can be used as a competitive edge!

Sahil Bloom on Twitter: "Once you get rid of that insecurity, that's when you're screwed.Once you think you're so talented that you could have success doing anything, that's when you're in trouble.Incredible moment with @morganhousel on the value of insecurity and how to use it as a competitive edge. pic.twitter.com/dta4HNZImg / Twitter"


Oct 9 2022 How many sit-ups do you do?

Muhammad Ali was asked how many sit-ups he would do to prepare for a fight. His reply: “I don't count my sit-ups. I only start counting when it starts hurting. When I feel pain, that's when I start counting, because that's when it really counts.”

Most people I know count sit-ups right from the start, because they are already in pain even before they start!


Oct 7 2022 Fear of Failure can be very crippling. I haven’t learnt how to deal with that daunting fear yet, let alone failure. There is fear because I don’t have an arsenal to deal with failure. This article has some really good tips on identifying failures and managing them.

The 3 Stages of Failure in Life and Work


Sep 2022

Sep 29 2022 Reasonable>>Rational.

This holds true especially when you are figuring out if it makes sense to buy a house or rent a house!

<aside> 🗣 “A rational investor makes decisions based on numeric facts. A reasonable investor makes them in a conference room surrounded by co-workers you want to think highly of you, with a spouse you don’t want to let down, or judged against the silly but realistic competitors that are your brother-in-law, your neighbour, and your own personal doubts.

What’s often overlooked in finance is that something can be technically true but contextually nonsense.” - Morgan Housel, Psychology of Money

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