In the opening scene of the 1982 movie, Conan’s father teaches the little barbarian about the uncertainty of the world. He raises the sword saying, “No one in this world you can trust. Not men, not women, not beasts. But this you can trust.” While… Read More »In this, you can trust – Lessons from the Barbarian
There is a good chance that you bought a teacup or a bowl for your house or as a gift at least once in your life. I imagine that you probably broke one too. Broken pieces are usually swept on a dustpan and thrown out.… Read More »What Kintsugi Art Teaches Us About Imperfection.
Conflict is a part of nature – birds, monkeys even insects fight with each other to get the desired partner, access food, or establish control over a territory. Humans are not different from the rest of the animal world. Our list of reasons for conflict… Read More »7 steps to become a master of handling conflicts.
For a long time I thought that the expression “safety in numbers” meant that a small fish in a large group has better chances of survival because a predator most likely grab someone next to them.That did not make sense to me because someone still… Read More »Get closer to what you fear
If you are not familiar with a word Schadenfreude its a term that psychologist gave to a phenomena that we humans experience when we see another human fail. Wikipedia defines it as “the experience of pleasure, joy, or self-satisfaction that comes from learning of or witnessing… Read More »Schadenfreude?
I started practicing taking cold showers in the morning after attending Wim Hoff’s event. Wim Hoff is also known as the Iceman and holds a number of Guinness book records for running marathons bare feet on snow and longest body contact with ice. The guy… Read More »A cheater and a thief