Too Quick For Conclusion (IM 943)

We, human being, have a story telling problem.  Most of the time we are too quick to come up with an explanations for the things we don’t really have an explanation for. With the goal of making our story plausible, we tend to have an explanation without any facts or truth. Well, it’s a human…

Is It True? (IM 942)

The following ancient words from Eastern Philosophy sounds contradictory yet appealing. “All warfare is based on deception. Hence, when we are able to attack, we must seem unable; when using our forces, we must appear inactive; when we are near, we must make the enemy believe we are far away; when far away, we must…

Future Depends On Events: On Investments (IM 934)

Looking at the histories, we can say that the market depends solely on events. The Great Depression on 1929, Second World War of 1939, The Black Monday of 1987, The dot-com Bubble of 1999, The Great Recession of 2008 are all the events that drove the economy in different direction. I consider the Coronavirus Pandemic…

On HCMC: Worth The Bet? (IM 933)

Healthier Choices Management Corp ( Ticker Symbol: HCMC), a food and health supplement store company is getting lots of attention from Investors. Currently trading a $0.0018 per share, investors see a lot of potential in this company. All the attention came when HCMC sued Philip Morris International (NYSE:PM) over patent infringement. The lawsuit alleges that PM infringed…

The Modern Struggle (IM 932)

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…

More With Less (IM 924)

Everybody wants to do more. We want more result, more success and more outcomes. But we don’t care about the inputs, constraints and the variables. Doing more with less means completing our work with the minimum possible constraints and variables. It makes us do the work right away without waiting for the best possible reason…

Progress (IM 918)

Ray Dalio in his book “Principles- life and work” said that pain is a signal that you need to find a solution so that you can progress. Reflecting well while you are in pain gives us the most important lessons needed for your growth and progress. Carl Jung once said,”Man need difficulties. They are necessary for health.”…

Decision To Avoid Multiple Decisions (IM 912)

“You could live life right now. Let that determine what you do and say and think.” –Marcus Aurelius There are some decisions which can be made to avoid various decisions. And I desperately need it… Our every decisions are based on what we see, experience and think which is shaped by what we do everyday….

Being Wrong Is Not Wrong (IM 911)

No one likes being wrong. It is the nature of humans. Once we ignore of being wrong then it becomes a habit. Habit then determines our character. Aristotle once said, habits become our “second nature”. The Ancient Greek Philosopher used to say: True wisdom requires the capacity to delight in being proven wrong. Epicurus said…