“A fool thinks himself to be wise, but a wise man knows himself to be a fool.” – William Shakespeare
Happy fools day!
Like every other Monday, it started the week. The morning starting with light meditation, then yoga and then freelectics. I haven’t been able to wake up a little earlier for jogging, I don’t know how to go about it.
Went to office later and worked on a few issues. The slowest work is done when you have to depend on people, especially who are miles away from you. Every discussion and implementation takes a lot of days. A new assistant also joined me, I hope people do feel comfortable working with me.
Back at home I read a few news articles, finished the book I was reading and started with HBS 10 Best Marketing Strategies cases, it is an interesting read for sure. I also wanted to review the China trip but I was too tired to go through that.
On the bright side, I feel like it will be a nice sleep because of all the exercise.
“We are made to persist… that’s how we find who we are.” – Tobias Wolff
It’s been a long-time since I posted anything. Quite frankly, I have been wondering how should I plan my content and focus on for the blog. As you know this is also connected to the Instagram page, Fb page, Twitter page, Pinterest page by the same name, what is the most appropriate content for this.
At the end of the day, this is my page, so I believe the best things to put up here should be about my thoughts and how the day goes. It is better to make it a little personal as that is the USP for most blogs.
But all in all, whatever happens, the content should be something I believe in.
Besides the regular college, and office today, that was what I had been thinking today. Not only that, this will be a good way to evaluate myself as days go by and learn from different days. Persistence is the real key here.
I finally started reading a book “Discipline equals freedom” by Jocko Willink. Though a motivational book, it seems aggressive in it’s own way, asking you to not give up and keep at it whatever the situation.