Twenty four hours a day, minus eight hours of sleep and the breaks needed for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, we are constantly short of time for what we set out to do. Time is precious. Yet, why are we still procrastinating? Think, feel, do is a common behavioural framework we practise subconsciously everyday. Though it … Continue reading Procrastination.
Reminiscing childhood life, days were carefree. Mess was encouraged, faults were forgiven. Despite told what not to do, imagination was spree. Those were the days, almost forgotten. . . . Reflecting today, bound by commitments. Problems are not to play, troubles have price to pay. Being tailed what to do, imagination challenged to zero. These … Continue reading Those were the days.
A newsletter came in today. It talks about the proliferation of blogs in recent years and why they failed in a short span of time. Intrigued, mainly because my blog hasn't been very successful since 2018. I envy those blogs with over a thousand followers and anticipate mine to be as successful in days to … Continue reading Blogging is not writing.
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Why are we afraid of expressing what we think or feel? Unmasking our true self is one of the hardest thing to do. Simply because we are concern about how others may perceive, react or judge on what we think or feel. We are also conscious over the implication of our actions on others. Subject … Continue reading On the edge.
Have you ever thought of writing something and eventually wrote nothing about it? A couple of thoughts came through my mind this week. They could be something worthy to write about. Somehow, I missed them at the absence of guts. It's a pity. Suppressing my thoughts defeats the purpose of having this blog. I used … Continue reading Fear of judgement.
Work has always been on the forefront since I left tertiary. Work to live or live to work, I no longer could tell the difference. Coming from Asia where only hard work pays, self-development is key to compete with the ocean of talents out there, not to mention global. I could still remember the debate … Continue reading Ain’t no mountain high enough.
Restarting my momentum in writing, I decided to throw a writing marathon on myself this week as a challenge. One post a day, can I make it? "What should I write about today?" and "Where do I begin?" are the common questions that lead us into writing procrastination. No doubt, asking the right questions can … Continue reading Writing marathon.