Self Improvement


  • Due to the 90/9/1 rule, a majority of people do not have any influence on our cultural narrative, leading to distortion and twisting of reality.
  • Issues and agendas that have a loud community and media backing get highlighted, whereas real issues like mental health, homelessness, healthcare etc. remain sidelined.
  • Radical, unconventional, man-bites-dog stories and viewpoints receive plenty of airtime and mindshare among people, due to their novelty.
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Self Improvement


Wanting to be liked by everyone

Many people go through life desiring everyone to like them - not just a boss or a co-worker but strangers - the customer-service reps, cab drivers, or people in the grocery store.

Just telling yourself, it doesn't matter if the others like you is bad advice. You know it doesn't affect your life on an intellectual level whether this stranger thinks you're wonderful, but that doesn't stop you from wanting them to.

Lao Tzu

“Silence is a source of great strength.”

  • Jack Kilby and Robert Noyce are credited for the creation of microchips.
  • In 1959, Texas Instruments received the patent for mini electronic circuits, and inventor Jack Kilby rose to prominence.
  • Apart from the mini chips, he also invented the calculator and holds more than 60 patents.
  • A company of Robert Noyce, Fairchild Semiconductor Corporation, got the silicon chips patented. He later founded the company Intel.
Gratitude: Personal And Interpersonal
  • The year gone by has made practising gratitude popular, promoting it as an instrument to enhance one’s personal wellbeing.
  • Gratitude is a complex and interpersonal emotion that feels incomplete by itself and has to have an addressee, a specific person other than oneself.
  • Being thankful for your own health, luck, good looks is a positive and beneficial action but is a feeling that can be described as appreciation and is generally personal.

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