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“Pressuring Employees: The Counterproductive Strategy Stifling Your Lasting Success”


Feeling the pressure of chasing results at the cost of creativity and wellness? Ever wondered if there’s a better way to sustain success without burning out? Dive into our latest blog post and discover why focusing on the process, not just the outcome, might be the secret ingredient for long-term achievement. Let’s redefine success, shall we? Continue reading “Pressuring Employees: The Counterproductive Strategy Stifling Your Lasting Success”

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The Intersection of Alderian Psychology and Buddhism: Prioritizing Community, Boundaries, and Self-Reliance


As someone who’s interested in both Buddhism and Alderian Psychology (or “Individual Psychology”), I have found that the two share many similarities. Both are concerned with understanding the human experience and how to achieve happiness, fulfilment, and inner peace. Through my various resources such as books, podcasts, and discussions, I have come to realize that there are several ways in which the two intersect. One … Continue reading The Intersection of Alderian Psychology and Buddhism: Prioritizing Community, Boundaries, and Self-Reliance

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Disrupting the Search Engine Game: The Rise of ChatGPT


Technology has been a game-changer in every aspect of our lives. It has changed the way we communicate, work, learn and even the way we look for information. Today, with the advent of the internet, we have access to vast amounts of information at our fingertips. However, with so much information available, it can be overwhelming to sort through it all. This is where ChatGPT … Continue reading Disrupting the Search Engine Game: The Rise of ChatGPT

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Breaking Free from the Toxic Culture of Comparison: A Path to Self-Fulfillment


The toxic nature of the motivation industry has created a culture of comparison, where people are expected to conform to unrealistic standards set by others. This leads to stress, anxiety and even depression. The solution is to focus on our own personal growth and to celebrate our uniqueness. By embracing our individuality and comparing ourselves only to who we were yesterday, we can break free from the toxic culture of comparison and live fulfilling and meaningful lives. Continue reading Breaking Free from the Toxic Culture of Comparison: A Path to Self-Fulfillment

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“What’s the meaning of life?”: Probably the most stupid question of all


Let me boldly but eloquently say, “Life itself has no inherent meaning at all”. Don’t worry, there is nothing to frightened of or dejected about! Life evolved from a simple to a complex form through the process called evolution by natural selection. At some point, a specific species spontaneously became aware of its own existence, yes that’s us, humans. Rather than a miracle, I feel … Continue reading “What’s the meaning of life?”: Probably the most stupid question of all

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Experiencing the beauty of an integral symbol!


Years back, when I was in my Physics classroom doing an integration problem, I remember feeling the integral symbol’s indescribable but in-depth beauty almost spontaneously. I don’t know where it came from; it just came suddenly. It was the first time I felt the beauty of a non-living thing. I suddenly stopped writing in my notebook and started gazing at it, just to admire the … Continue reading Experiencing the beauty of an integral symbol!

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3 stupid limiting beliefs that keep poor people poorer


Who wants to live a life of poverty? Absolutely no one! Everyone desires wealth and all the perks that come with it – the freedom to travel, indulge in the finer things, and spend quality time with loved ones. Yet, despite these aspirations, many remain stuck in the rut of poverty or mediocrity. So, what’s stopping them from reaching their goals? It’s their limiting beliefs … Continue reading 3 stupid limiting beliefs that keep poor people poorer

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15 things that tell you who is your real friend and who is not!


Reading time: 4 min 4 sec Being a social being, we all do know many people; people from different places, cultures, social classes, so on and so forth. Depends on the type of people, we all share different relations with them; some are friends, some are acquaintances, some are colleagues, some are family, some are just unknowns, and the list goes on depending on how … Continue reading 15 things that tell you who is your real friend and who is not!

How religion bends our thinking ability?


Reading time: 4 min 35 sec A few days back, I was in a friendly debate with one of my best friends. As usual, it was about the existence of God. He made this statement, ‘”Our eyes have a limitation in seeing objects. It can’t see smaller things beyond an extent. Our ears are also limited so that we can only hear in the frequency … Continue reading How religion bends our thinking ability?