Less means you spend less. You need less storage. You need a smaller house. Less means you worry less. You search for things less. You are less bogged down by clutter. Less means you’re lighter. You’re freer. You can focus on better things. Less means you can travel more quickly. You spend less time with stuff, and more time doing stuff. Less is more sustainable, more beautiful. Continue reading Why Less is Better?
One of the basics of minimalism is that you eliminate as many non-necessities as you can, to make room for what’s important. If you don’t need a ton of clothing, you get rid of much of it. If you don’t need that new gadget, you don’t buy it. Within reason, of course. You learn to be content with what you already have, with the necessities, with doing things you love rather than having things. But it’s funny, because often things we assume are necessities are not necessarily so. The problem is that we categorize things as necessities because we’re used … Continue reading Rethinking Necessities
Career are defined by growth, but growth isn’t step one in building a great career. If you focus on trying to grow before you develop a skill an organization need, you are unlikely to succeed. We’ve said this before, but it’s worth repeating–many professionals hurt their career by focusing on growth too soon. I’m not saying don’t grow at all–getting organization to see your skills, even in its earliest form, will help you better understand what your organization want. But focusing too heavily on growth before you’ve built some skills organizations love leads to the leaky bucket problem. You can … Continue reading Before You Grow
The day goes by in a blink. A normal workday passes by in a daze of traffic, rushed meals, long hours at work, endless cups of coffee and a dose of traffic again. We seem to be running around, trying to accomplish too much and ending up wondering where the day went. Sounds familiar? If that is every day’s truth for you and me, ever wondered how heads of businesses and people in leadership positions manage? There are a million things they have to do, tasks they must prioritize, schedules they must stick to. If you’re as curious as I … Continue reading Better Time Management
Ik Onkār are the first phase of Mul Mantra. Here is the meaning of the Mul Mantra: Ik Onkār sat naam kartaa purakh nirbha-o nirvair akaal moorat ajoonee saibhaN gur parsaad. One Universal Creator God. The Name Is Truth. Creative Being Personified. No Fear. No Hatred. Image Of The Undying, Beyond Birth, Self-Existent. By Guru’s Grace . jap. Chant And Meditate: aad sach jugaad sach. True In The Primal Beginning. True Throughout The Ages. hai bhee sach naanak hosee bhee sach. True Here And Now. O Nanak, Forever And Ever True. sochai soch na hova-ee jay sochee lakh vaar. By … Continue reading Ik Onkār
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You just get one change to make that first impression. In this digital age, making your email stand our is harder than ever. A great email can go a long way in building your clientele and growing your brand. Your email won’t be read if it isn’t opened. That’s why your email subject line needs to grab your reader’s attention from the get-go. Get your emails read and responed by following these dynamite tips for writing a subject line: Make sure you have a unique and new subject line each time Use 50 characters or less (Most of the emails are … Continue reading Perfect Email Subject