Monthly Archives: August 2009

Fire Up Your Life

Whether we realize it or not, this kind of superficial living is self –destructive. We are sabotaging our growth and falling prey to our circumstances. Our life is meant to be colorful and enthralling and passion is what makes our life fulfilling in the true sense. Everyone is capable of pursuing their passion. All we need is a little effort towards creating our dream life. Continue reading

Why You Must Discover Your Purpose

You and I are like those Koi fish, we may not be good at everything, but there’s something that we can do better than anyone else. That something is our unique purpose; we must discover that purpose, so that we can succeed. Continue reading


7 Concrete Steps to Reaching Your Full Potential

In times of strife or uncertainty, it is easy to beat yourself up – to think you’re not good enough. It is even easier to forget that despite all of our differences we are born with one very important thing is common: potential – and lots of it. What seems difficult, at times, is remembering this potential for greatness lies within us all. So I have compiled a short, easy to-do list with words of inspiration from great thinkers who have recognized their potential as a reminder and an inspiration, for those who have forgotten amidst the daily bump and grind, howto realize their power within: Continue reading

Letter From The Editor – Blog Art Submission Project

Over the past month I have noticed a very interesting trend – we have received an overwhelming amount of emails and posted comments on the images we post with our blogs. Each image is carefully selected to represent the theme of our blogs and just as we like to give a chance to budding bloggers and writers to guest post, we also like to support young artistic talent in the areas of photography and digital art. Continue reading

Problem Solving

The Most Common Pitfalls in Problem Solving

As a graduating engineer myself, I have often found myself hard pressed to solve a particular problem. Everyone experiences these kinds of situations more or less frequently, and even though every single mind has its methods and nuances in how it approaches problem solving in general, there are common pitfalls that everyone seems to fall into. Continue reading

Harnessing Your Competitive Spirit to Spur Your Goals

In many situations in life – especially within a company or within a family – co-operation is a much more powerful principle than competition.

We all have a competitive instinct or drive, though, and many games make the most of this to ramp up the level of fun, excitement and involvement. (Sports, multi-player computer games, and board games all have “winners” and “losers”.)

As well as enjoying being competitive in game and play situations, we can use our natural competitive bent to give ourselves an edge when we’re trying to make gains in our personal life. Continue reading