Buying a guitar and an amplifier is easy. Buying a set of dumbbells, a bench and a pull-up bar is easy. But it's hard putting in the 10,000 hours to get good at a musical instrument. And it's hard turning up to the gym no matter what and sticking to a healthy diet. But unlike… Continue reading It’s Easy To Start?
The chef who goes to the market every day, does it as a matter of personal pride because he really cares. The baker who gets up at 5am to bake fresh bread, does it because he really cares about the classical way of baking bread. The doctor who works overtime does it because she really cares… Continue reading Caring Matters
NEVER ask: "What do you want to be when you're older?". Instead ask: "What would you like your life to be like when you're older?"
A few milliseconds is what sets a winner apart from a loser in a race. All that training comes down to a fraction of a second When you look at a linear graph, are you looking at a straight line, or are you looking at an exponential curve really close up? Is the red line… Continue reading Be 3% Better
Few people know that Sir Isaac Newton, along with being one of the best scientific minds the world has ever seen, was also an alchemist. On the one hand he created the theory of gravity and on the other hand he was trying to turn lead into gold. It may seem absurd to us now,… Continue reading Always Go For Gold!
There's something repulsive about professional critics. Whether it's a music critic or a food critic I hate them. I know I'm not the only one who feels this way. There's something obscene about a creator busting their ass off to make something special, only to be judged and critiqued by a no good for nothing… Continue reading Hater’s Gonna’ Hate
How do you figure out what advice to listen to? Most of the advice that you come across from books, courses, teachers, articles etc is very general. You know the type of advice intuitively as you've already heard the answers a million times. For example, I recently came across an article where the interviewer was… Continue reading Specifically Not Obvious