Do you have any clue what you want to do with your life?
I’m one typically disoriented person who needs Google for finding his life purpose. Tell me if it’s ironic.
And one of those searches took me to a TEDx Talk by Adam Leipzig, titled “How to know your life purpose in 5 minutes.” And it was a ten minutes video.
After watching it, I ended up being more confused.
Instead of telling me my life purpose, Adam made me answer these five questions,
- Who you are?
- What do you do? Rather, what do you love to do?
- Who do you do it for?
- What do these people want or need?
- How do they change as a result of what you give them?
This sounds useful if you’re into some kind of a lifesaving, world-changing passion. But I had very boring (or different) answers to those questions. Continue reading
I wanted to earn $4500 a day, so decided to attend Payoneer Forum at Lahore, Pakistan.
Yes, this was what Mr. Tanveer Hussain Nandla promised to tell at the forum – his topic was, Event Blogging, How I made $4500 a day.
Did he tell the trick, Not at all!
Mr. Nandla did tell how he managed to earn $7000… and spent the money on his marriage. What an eventful spending of plentiful dollars. Though he managed to explain something known as Google Adwords Keywords planner. I suppose it is used to plan weddings. Continue reading
Want to achieve something in life? It’s just five steps away.
JUST FIVE STEPS.
Robin Sharma in his book, The Monk who sold his Ferrari, advises to take five steps for accomplishing any objective.
Form a clear mental image of the outcome. It you want to lose weight, envision yourself as a lean and smart person. Clarity in image would result in substantial end result.
Get some positive pressure on yourself. Robin Sharma says that the main reason people do not follow any resolutions they make is that they easily slip back into their old ways. So he recommends getting some positive pressure – a pressure that inspires you to remain on track – like making a public pledge etc. Off course, after making a public pledge, you wouldn’t like to appear as a failure. Continue reading