Modern struggle (IM 847)

It’s the toughest struggle and tragedy is everybody faces it… It is a struggle of setting our boundary against modern distractions. There are lots of distractions in the modern world from Facebook to Instagram, Snap to twitter that takes most of our time. The addiction of Drugs, Porn, foods, video games are real and too…

We can’t predict (IM 846)

Take an example of 9/11, the surge of GameStop, AMC in today’s market. Nobody predicted it a month ago or even a day ago. Humans overestimate what they know and underestimate what they don’t. Tragedy is that the more information we gather the more confused we become and prediction becomes less accurate. We just can’t…

Behind GameStop, AMC, etc.. (IM 844)

The market has been crazy since Chamath Palihapitiya, Elon Musk and few others twitted about GameStop (ticker: GME), a video game company which was terribly hurt by Coronavirus. The company was heavily shorted by some most popular hedge fund Melvin capital. But the investors has gone crazy through the conversation in Reddit. The stock price…

How To Find Peace – From Bhagavad Gita (IM 843)

In Hindu’s religious book Gita, Lord Krishna explains a way to find peace. To find peace, one should be completely detached from everything because things or object that give rise to desires which enhances anger. One should also give up the cravings for pleasure, attraction, fear or anger to find peace. He meant that detachment…

Today’s read (IM 841)

Kevin Kelly, the founding executive editor of Wired magazine gave away his 68 advices in his 68th birthday as 68 Bits of Unsolicited Advice which¬† find very helpful. Some of my favorites are: ¬†Learn how to learn from those you disagree with, or even offend you. See if you can find the truth in what…

Fear never beginning to live (IM 840)

This words from Book 12 of Meditations by Marcus Aurelius always inspires me to be patient and to live the present moment: Everything you are trying to reach – by taking any long rounds, you can have it right now, right this moment, if you’d only stop thwarting your own attempts, if you’d let go…

What we choose (IM 839)

Choosing is predetermined whether we are aware or not. There is always a connection between what we choose and why we choose. We choose optimism over pessimism for some reason. We choose justice over injustice. We choose kindness over meanness. Likewise, we choose patience over impatience. All of our choice is predetermined by our character.

My Favorite and Most Impactful Reads of 2020 (IM 838)

  This post will share my favorite and most impactful reads of 2020: Book that inspired my journey… (January 2020) Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap… and Others Don’t by Jim Collins one of the best business books I ever read. His theory of “who” is more important that “what” has been…