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August 2020: Taking out time to relax and connect 😊

Hello there, It’s the end of August! Just as I promised myself at the end of July. I relaxed more this month, took more time out to chill and talk to people. @Jamesclear Highlights of August:  Initiating a high school virtual reunion which happened Yesterday. The services at Celebration Church. Hearing that 2 friends I […]

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Wearing Vulnerability like a Cape

In the past year, I’ve been fancying seeing a therapist. Where did this desire come from? Well, some people I know visited one and I’m a huge fan of the show Billions — If you know, you know. The idea that you can be primed to perform optimally is one that excites me. While I […]

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Learning Curve 2018 

I tried something different last year, It took me about 15 hours but it was one of the best decisions I made last year, I kept track of the Books, Online courses, Articles, Podcasts, Videos and other things I learnt from in 2018. Because I believe people learn from different sources so keeping track of […]

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Book Review: How to Be Everything

When parents encourage their kids to specialize, it usually comes from a place of love. They want their children to be self-sufficient, and specialization seems like a safe path to a well-paying job. Older generations don’t always understand how different the economy is now and how important it has become to be adaptable and well versed. […]

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Book Review: Easternization

What I learnt about Asia’s rise and America’s Decline West: The Traditional “west”as a political concept has always had two pillars: North America and Europe East: Asia and Middle East I picked this book by Financial Times’ chief foreign affairs commentator, Gideon Rachman because it was on MIT’s list of best books for 2017 and I realized […]