10 Books on Increasing Your Creativity

Increasing your creativity—or developing any sense of creativity in the first place—seems to be hardest when you need it most. Personally, I’d always thought “creativity” was sort of elusive. I thought creative people, like Pablo Picasso, for instance, were blessed with … r

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How To Hack Your Writing Brain

Writing has always been the art that most intimately reaches out to people and asks them to create. Let’s be honest; we are more than aware when we can’t paint or draw or shade. We have relatively good indications of … r

How To Quit Your Job (with romantic worst-case scenarios)

If you feel sick with the prospect of being an employee for the next 20 to 30 years of your life then I hope that what you will read will put you a minute closer to showing the teeth to … r

The Ultimate Cheatsheet On Procrastination : Analysis And The Solution

“Whoa! assignments, I will do them later.” “From Monday onwards, I will focus on all my pending works.” “I will write my next post after the movie.” “This is too lengthy, let me schedule it for next week.” All these … r

5 Compelling Reasons to Become an Autodidact in the Modern Era

5 Compelling Reasons for Becoming An Autodidact in the Modern Era

Autodidact. That’s the word for someone who engages in self-learning and self-teaching. Most of our culturally cherished individuals were/are considered autodidacts. Many of these figures are from bygone eras (Abraham Lincoln, Michael Faraday, The Wright Brothers, etc.) but we have … r

Stop Drowning and Start Making Each Week Awesome

You can learn to stop drowning and start making your ultimate reality slowly come true. I used to worry incessantly about how the future would turn out. Then, it finally dawned on me that all this worrying was doing nothing … r