Tag: commitments

  • Nobody likes to write but…

    … everyone loves having written. If you’ve been following this blog, I’m sure you’ve come across this theme quite a few times. That’s primarily because getting my butt to the chair to write is one of the hardest things I can do on a day-to-day basis. And that’s not because I’m not too fond of […]

  • You don’t have to do a feasibility study for everything!

    Attended an intensive GTD foundation workshop a couple of days back. I quite liked it and might want to go for Level 2 and 3 next year. The workshop was quite hands-on as it focused on our real-life projects. During the application session, I was focusing on the project that held my attention — launching […]

  • Being ‘loose’ on your commitments

    I can fathom only two reactions from that headline — yours and the one that you don’t approve. Let’s be honest — we’ve all got an opinion or two about commitments. Some are sticklers. Some have a lot of flexibility built into their conscience, so much so that they conveniently forget about it. Others just […]

  • Commitment to mastery

    It’s idealistic. Pragmatists and the know-it-alls hate it. And ironically, professionals think it’s a waste of time as well since they’re busy playing either catch-up with the trends. Folks at your workplace don’t give a damn about your commitment to mastery. The loving souls at your home just don’t get (and are terribly worried) about […]

  • Confessions of a lazy shopper

    Listen, I can’t shop. Not even for my wife or kids! Let alone anyone else. You know how I struggle to choose a gift for anyone, don’t you? At this stage in life, I think I just can’t be bothered with wasting time for anyone else. Even out of love! There is just way (waaaaaaayyyyyyyyyyy!!!!) […]