Category Archives: Self Development

The Good Student

Who is the good student? Who is this elusive creature? This being we all wanted to be at some point in our academic lives. Does it even exist? Or is it nothing more than a myth, a legend. These are … Continue reading

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Tips for First Year of Uni: Advice from an Ex-Fresher (Yours Truly)

‘Whats your best advice for someone going into first year?’ The people I asked couldn’t offer much extensive advice in a few minutes of chatter though. So, In this post, i’ll attempt to share some stuff I would’ve appreciated to … Continue reading

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A New Year, So What! Some Philosophy and Three Practical Tips

I know there’e epic loads of new year articles and blog posts about change and new year resolutions out there in the inter-webs. I’ll try not to make this one of those. My take is a hopefully a little different. … Continue reading

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7 Valuable Productivity Hacks for the Neurotic (Like myself)

It takes up an A6 sized piece of paper. Seven pointers of productivity and efficacy I’d accumulated over seven months in 2014. Each had been tested, experimented with and revised, and were all now just a few millilitres of ink on … Continue reading

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Sleep is a Force Multiplier: Have the Energy to Move a Mountain

“If you’re going to do something tonight that you’ll be sorry for tomorrow morning, sleep late.” – Henny Youngman Why is it on some days you feel great and some days you feel like total crap? You decide to wake … Continue reading

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How to Conquer Time to do the Things You Want

‘Ain’t nobody got time for dat’ – Lazy people We’ve all heard that one before, whether on Facebook, or from some know-it-all kid on the bus ride to school. An idea to do something comes until its obliterated by the thought ‘I … Continue reading

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How I Learnt Effectiveness from Juicing Lemons

‘It is vain to do with more what can be done with less’ – William Occam I was making lemonade out of lemons today (no pun intended) and I noticed something incredible. I physically saw Pareto’s Law in action right … Continue reading

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