I'm an employee at an organisation, and as a teammate, I recently took up a responsibility of working on something which is out of my domain just to get the work done on time, as it was 'urgent'. I completed it, sent it to the concerned person; after two months she responded that it needs… Continue reading Seven Must Follow Good Work Ethic
'A lot can happen over coffee'! We had heard this many times, haven't we? But tweaking a bit, I would say a lot can happen when you become an author too. You meet a lot of people, strangers most of the time, in real or in the virtual world. The best part is to develop… Continue reading Are We Living The Life of Our Choice? | Guest Post by Anonymous
The fear of failure stops us from doing whatever we want to achieve in our life. This fear is the biggest monster I must say. Face it and you will live your dream. You run from it and it will chase you!
I couldn't think of a better title for this blog post. Writing is something I say is in my genes. The irony is none of the family members I know is into this creative field, not even any of the far-off relatives. I write to express myself; I write because I'm an introvert and know what… Continue reading Happy and Writing!
Relocate, A Short Poem by Sara Khan
It's Children's Day in India, the November 14. I was going to do a copy paste job today while going to tweet about Children's Day. I had this slogan by a famous personality copied too, but then I felt an obligation for sharing my opinion towards the children, the future of a country. Children are… Continue reading Do NOT Hate Children. All they need is love and affection.
I was the rythm to your heart You were the key to the art You made me tremble You made me strong Yet you let the villains enter the dorm The pain lies in the story that lies ahead Stooping to dearth gave them pleasure Our world ended, the treasure was gone A dead silence between us was… Continue reading The ‘Laugh’ that Ripped Us Apart | A Poem
Persistence will lead you a step closer to your goals. Here's a short real-life example of Hellen Keller and Anne Sullivan from my next book. Look around, there are so many real-life examples how being persistent enough has made people earn the honour of achieving their goals. Helen Keller, wasn’t born deaf and dumb. Over a… Continue reading Persistence will Level up the Possibility of Achieving Your Goal – A Real-Life Example
I have been doing lots and lots of writing these days. Why? To brush up my skills, to complete the book, I have been writing, I'm almost there and the deadline is approaching... taking one step at a time to complete. In the procedure of writing, managing time for everything I had learnt a lesson. Here… Continue reading Lot of Writings and A Lesson that I learnt
Day 4 - Mission Wake Up Now Is The Time Its another successful start of the Day of Mission #WUNITT. You might have experienced often that when you do not feel motivated, you start to look for the excuses. And these are 'lame' ones. When you don't want to get up and walk to your… Continue reading Mission WUNITT #Day4 | Do You Know You Are Cheating Yourself?