My Experiment with Day Planning (inspired by Cal Newport)

Cal Newport is an MIT postdoc, now a tenured Professor of Computer Science at Georgetown University. Besides his grueling academic work like a PhD defense, and 6+ peer-reviewed papers every year, he has written 4 books (the last one, Deep Work being my favorite), and maintains a blog with 10000+ readers, still manages to finish […]

Top 10 one page Productivity Planners

I have been searching for short cuts for quite sometimes. As a result of it, I have found some really interesting productivity systems – but it was not enough. I needed a smaller package which offers straight forward, no bs results. Introducing you my personal collection of one page productivity planners. 6 Boxes To-do List: […]

Failure: Catalyst for Growth

“I’ve missed more than nine thousand shots in my career. I’ve lost almost 300 games. 26 times I’ve been trusted to take the winning shot and missed. I’ve failed over and over again in my life. And that is why I succeed.” – Michael Jordan “Only those who will risk going too far can possibly […]

To be an Original by Adam Grant

“If originals aren’t reliable judges of the quality of their ideas, how do they maximize their odds of creating a masterpiece? They come up with a large number of ideas. Simonton finds that on average, creative geniuses aren’t qualitatively better in their fields than their peers. They simply produced a greater volume of work, which […]

Visual Notes: The Secret to True Happiness

Seneca and Will Durant writing about the secret to happiness. Two interesting characters from different periods of human history and situations. Seneca says, True happiness is to rest satisfied with what we have. While on the other hand, Gladly I surrender myself to love and parentage! says Will Durant. I was inspired to make a […]