Automate habits

Assign each habits in different place So I recently read atomic habits by James Clear. though a longtime follower of him on twitter, i saw many people sharing this book (which he retweets). so after reading the Goodreads Reviews. i added it to my reading list. so the following are some of my takes on Read More

The Decision Checklist

The Decision Checklist ​

“Former President Barack Obama wore same dress to work every day. He said, “You’ll see I wear only gray or blue suits. I’m trying to pare down decisions.” Steve Jobs did the same thing. He wore a black turtleneck with jeans.”​ Whenever you’re making a consequential decision . . . just take a moment to Read More



My interest in documentaries and podcasting has been increasing lately, so i thought why not make up my documentary Recommendation list So after Writing for the top 10 Podcasting of 2019 (the podcast i listen to). so here we go. Fyre Festival – For Those of you don’t know what fyre festival was, fyre festival Read More


Top Newsletter To Signup In 2019

The Following is the sum up of the all the Articles i Read and subscribed to. based on my interest and Preference, which i go back sometime and read often. which had added a lot of value over time to me. just go through it and Pickup Based On Your Interest and sign up for Read More

india podcast

Top 10 Podcast 2019

So i started listening to more & more podcast. these days. filtering based on my likes. and try every other good podcast. Although the most podcast is 1 or more person bragging about their knowledge and lifestyle in the end it comes to how much core value a person could derive from the content he Read More

Getting to Yes Book

Getting To Yourself

The Golden Rules For Negotiations Put Yourself in Your Shoes. The first step is to understand your worthiest opponent, yourself. It is all too common to fall into the trap of continually judging yourself. The challenge instead is to do the opposite and listen empathetically for underlying needs, just as you would with a valued partner or Read More

tim ferris - tribe of mentor

Tribe Of Mentors ​

Favourite bits Tim Ferris’s statement on cooking food applies exactly to the life of every hustler – you Make an accomplishment (cook a food in this case)- then you completely move on for another one (another dish) – you don’t stick around. To the same goals. Even if you fail you move on. “But the Read More

Motivation Theory

My Motivation theory ​

“Having a bad day? Well Bad days happen to good people. What separates the good from the great is how we react to that bad day. Bad days often include uncomfortably clear lessons about how to grow, learn, or reassess. So the next time you’re having a bad day, make the conscious effort to find Read More


The Start-up Motto

wannabe enterpreneur? well this is the principle to live by, this is the principle rules every silicon valley Founders lives by. The Free Radicals this Rules Are Inspired and Collected From My New Reads The Messy Middle. So Who are these free radicals? We do work that is, first and foremost, intrinsically rewarding. But when we Read More

Social Media Addiction

Social Media And Junk News – in the form of content

This summarizes- why i quit the social media (only the additive ones- i use twitter for good articles) – why you should stop reading news . “We’re surrounded by so much information that is of immediate interest to us that we feel overwhelmed by the never-ending pressure of trying to keep up with it all.”— Read More

warren buffet rules

Warren Buffet

Blog – farnam street on warren buffett On  – snowball – warren buffets biography A lot of what the snowball is about the concept of learning, and creating, and the advantage of having the information and knowing it. When I came here today one of the things that I was thinking is that what you Read More

Messy Middle Book review

The Messy middle – Book Review

Never Came  Across a Book which envolves this honest story portrayal. Well such is this book The behance co-founder/ Author –  Scott Belsky. Does his best on what he is good at – story telling that too in such a creative way. I got awed by the notes i could take on this chapter. Well Read More


Captivate the science of succeeding with people

Take control of interaction. and play by your rules skill-1 – play your position when in social event go to the most social person to talk to (the center of attraction)dint go to the person to talk to in corners they are as nervous as you and also please don’t go out or bathrooms to Read More

steve jobs


Steve Drinking Hot Water – and says i drink hot water instead of coffee this satisfies me,which questions us – does coffe really bring the productivity to the table or is it just a mindset before continuing to something i must tell you i am a big steve fan. so many moments in this book, Read More

Deep Work book by cal newport

Deep Work – Cal Newport

Deep Work – Book Review Deep Work-One of the most valuable skills in our economy is becoming increasingly rare. If you master this skill, you’ll achieve extraordinary results.​ Deep work is the ability to focus without distraction on a cognitively demanding task. It’s a skill that allows you to quickly master complicated information and produce Read More


Tidying UpWith – MARY KONDO

MARY KONDO this should apply to my pc and phone decluttering and taking notes. and not think of that any more Tidy a little a day and you’ll be tidying forever “Tidying in the end is just a physical act. The work involved can be broadly divided into two kinds: deciding whether or not to Read More

The 5 Elements Book

The Five Elements Of Effective Thinking

“Education is what survives when what has been learned has been forgotten. —B. F. Skinner” “A ship in port is safe, but that’s not what ships are built for. —Admiral Grace Murray Hopper” “wrote, “I start where the last man left off.” More poignantly he noted that “many of life’s failures are people who did Read More

The Four Agreements

The Four Agreements

Found this Gem, From A reddit Recommends,(r/social) so why i have found this books so interesting is that, it focus more on learning curve and why growth mainly depends on the the deep knowledge you posses. Here is the short ex on why my music addiction is killing me becaus of overthinking. (Although i’m going Read More


Making Ideas Happen

“The most potent forces that kill off new ideas are our own limitations. Time is very limited, and with the demands of family, friends, work, and sleep, most ideas lose traction immediately” Impact of Starting Small As psychologist Keith Sawyer, a protégé of Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi (author of the renowned creativity book Flow: The Psychology of Read More

Alex Banayan


3 Rules to enter a door – in retrospective of goals There are always three ways in. There’s the First Door: the main entrance, where the line curves around the block; where 99 percent of people wait around, hoping to get in. There’s the Second Door: the VIP entrance, where the billionaires, celebrities, and the people Read More


Unfollow Friends on LinkedIn (Mass/bulk unfollowing)

LinkedIn is good for Networking. But, I don’t want to see what my connections have liked. This is not Facebook. Ultimately, it’s their choice. The connections can do whatever they like. Also its Too Distracting if your news-feed is filled with too many pseudo motivation videos. So I decided to unfollow everyone on my list. Read More



This Book Is Inspiring To a point, where i could get some notes. which i’m gonna adapt in my personal life, and although i found the book has not much to offer but somethings intrigued me to a point. Key Notes To Focus No daily to-do instead opt for calender of most important thing – Read More


Getting To Yes With Yourself

The Golden Rules For Negotiations Put Yourself in Your Shoes. The first step is to understand your worthiest opponent, yourself. It is all too common to fall into the trap of continually judging yourself. The challenge instead is to do the opposite and listen empathetically for underlying needs, just as you would with a valued partner or Read More