Week 31 – What would you do if you knew you would not fail? A question from Chris Guillebeau

I feel that most of the 30-Something are looking for a sense in their lives. As if people do not want to just pass by and earning enough money to pursue their hobbies, living in a nice place , going regularly on holidays and having a family was not enough anymore.  Continue reading “Week 31 – What would you do if you knew you would not fail? A question from Chris Guillebeau”

Week 26 – On the Power of Small habits and on Getting Things Done

In July and August the city and all offices in Paris emptied and I was left thinking about how to organize my work and my activities from September on (that is when schools start and most of the people come back to work). Because we (girls) often like to set symbolic dates to change our routines and implement new habits (like new year resolutions, birthday resolutions, “important dates” resolutions) I started thinking about how to be more active, proactive and productive from then on. Continue reading “Week 26 – On the Power of Small habits and on Getting Things Done”

Five Biggest Problems Faced by Startups in India — Scattered Thoughts

there is nothing wrong with staying small

The idea of startups and entrepreneurship is not very new in India. But, the lacuna between mulling over to create one and implementing the ideas, in reality, is indeed a great one. Startups can be of two types; one that has some groundbreaking, pioneering ideas and secondly, one that is intended to make newer bottles […]

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Week 17 – You are a BadAss

This week I finished reading You Are a Badass: How to Stop Doubting Your Greatness and Start Living an Awesome Life, which is only one of the many books I received from Amazon during these last months and which I presented in the Week 6 – Readings of the Week, from how to be a Badass to Discovering Hygge post. Continue reading “Week 17 – You are a BadAss”

Week 9 – Celebrating my 30th Birthday – from the Biggest Surprise Party Ever to a Week-end in Italy

As awkward as it might seem my Week 9 challenge could not be about anything else than my Birthday because celebrating it has been my main activity for the past 10 days! Continue reading “Week 9 – Celebrating my 30th Birthday – from the Biggest Surprise Party Ever to a Week-end in Italy”

Productivity post of the day – 7 methods tested by Blinkist

Today Blinkist tested and summarized the 7 Top Productivity Methods So You Don’t Have To: Personal Kanban, Eat that Frog, The Pomodoro Technique, the Checklist Manifesto, Singletasking, Getting Things Done, Organize Tomorrow Today! To each its favorite method! Continue reading “Productivity post of the day – 7 methods tested by Blinkist”

Week 7 – First feedback from 2017, personal goals for the year & my happiness project!

2016 has been a transition year and for me 2017 is the year I am creating my future. I learned a few weeks back to stop putting so much pressure on myself and weirdly it has worked. I am full of projects but I focus less on the outcome and the source of revenue these activities could bring than on the pure pleasure of trying new things and keeping up with the ones I like. Continue reading “Week 7 – First feedback from 2017, personal goals for the year & my happiness project!”