Never judge a book by its cover.

Because of my disdain of wealth, shameless luxury and how it seems to affect people negatively I often reject books that seem to focus on how to attain it. I prefer to read books that can help me become a better person so that I can make some small positive difference to those around me.Continue reading “Never judge a book by its cover.”

The gap or space between Stimulus & Response.

A place we all need to go visit. One of those profound pieces of insights that if understood, appreciated and nurtured can form the super glue within any relationships. Stephen Covey shares a personal account in his life where he and his wife discovered the above mentioned phenomena and began to apply it in theirContinue reading “The gap or space between Stimulus & Response.”

Typical parent child conversation

Seven Habits of Highly Effective people – Stephen R Covey (The updated version by Sean Covey) Habit 5 Seek first to understand, then to be understood. From Page 284 to 291 – The typical parent child conversation. You have to read or reread this section before engaging in another conversation / argument with your sonContinue reading “Typical parent child conversation”

Don’t let the internet form and mold you into something or somebody else.

I always found it strange when so many readers like some of the YouTube links that I post because I figured that everyone who is interested in the same subjects would have those same videos suggested or recommended to them as well, but it apparently does not work like that. In fact I now realise thatContinue reading “Don’t let the internet form and mold you into something or somebody else.”

“My Overly Simple Rules for a Good Life”

All credits to Tim Denning from Medium. In which I wish to add the following contribution: No comment 😐 “My Overly Simple Rules for a Good Life” by Tim Denning https://link.medium.com/1HFBywz4xbb