Personal Development

September 26, 2019
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My Neighbor Ruined Neil Gaiman for Me

Reading Time: 6 mins The biggest regrets we human beings have on our deathbeds are related to our social interactions; people crave strong, stable social relationships and communication is the tool that will allow you to create and fortify those relationships. Learn to communicate effectively and engage your audience with a symphony of words and thoughts.
September 24, 2019
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Small Changes Will Eventually Create a Huge Difference

Reading Time: 4 mins Small Changes Will Eventually Create a Huge Difference. Whenever you feel that your days are not going as planned, make a few modifications to your ritual and test the results. After a few quick changes, you will eventually get results that may surprise or even delight you
December 9, 2018
Stan Lee cameo in Thor Ragnarok movie

Stan Lee Emboldened Me

Reading Time: 3 mins As a kid I wanted to be Reed Richards of the Fantastic Four fame. I used to daydream all the time about being able to stretch like him and I fantasized about all the weird things I could do with all that power.
As an avid comic book collector and reader, my special power was my imagination. I became all the superheroes I loved: Batman, Superman, Spiderman, The Hulk, you name it.
December 1, 2018
What I Learned From Being an Assassin - "The Persian Warriors" characters created by Vishka Studio

What I Learned From Being an Assassin

Reading Time: 5 mins I brought a child into this world because I wanted someone to play video games with.
Okay, that was hardly the only reason I made such a decision, thank god, but it was fun to think that the little dude would grow up to become my partner in crime, climbing the walls of fortresses, finding buried treasures, and killing hundreds of evil minions sent by the big boss.
November 29, 2018
How I Let "Writer's Block" Defeat Me - Photo by Susan Holt Simpson on Unsplash

How I Let “Writer’s Block” Defeat Me

Reading Time: 4 mins I wrote like a demon for a few weeks, coming up with 300 to 1500 words per day, every day. The writing wasn't necessarily top-notch, even far from it, but it was nothing to be ashamed of, and I knew I was getting better at it.
I felt like a serious writer and I was coming up with lots of great ideas.
April 28, 2018
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From Angio to Yoga

Reading Time: 6 mins How I went from needing angiography to becoming more serene I could feel the drops of sweat forming on my forehead as the slope increased. I was desperately trying to convince myself that I was still fit enough for my age but the nagging thought that […]