Showing posts with label Keshav Aggarwal. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Keshav Aggarwal. Show all posts

Thursday, May 21, 2015

How to Implement What You Learn?

Though learning is a never-ending process, its value and need for its implementation is paramount in our 20s Keshav Aggarwal tells us how to implement what we learn. So, here is how to make the most of what we learn and give our career a necessary boost.

Learning and implementation

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

7 Habits to Develop When You are in Your 20s

Good habits, when cultivated early in life, stay with us for long. Our contributor, Keshav Aggarwal, tells 7 habits you ought to develop when you’re in your twenties. These habits not only will help you live amazingly but will also be helpful as you enter in your thirties. To make your life more fruitful, consider doing these things this year.

Memories Life in 20s

1. Develop Creativity

We know that not everybody is Steve Jobs who was blessed with the creativity of extreme levels. That’s why we kept the heading – develop creativity. See, this is the simplest habit to develop and you are the self-trainer. Board your childhood train, go back into the time, and alight your coach in the time when you used to do what you like. Now, bring that habit into your daily use again. Give it 30 minutes every day, then an hour, and then two and increase with the time. You will end up finding that your creativity has improved significantly. Scientifically, writing is the most creative, speaking is the most influential, and listening is the most adorable thing. Walt Disney brought the virtual Disney Land of T.V. shows into reality because of his favorite childhood habit, cycling. He used to wander around the site while the first physical Disney Land was taking its shape in Anaheim, California.

Monday, March 02, 2015

Home-based Writing vs. Writing from Office

Writing is perhaps the most creative and the most effective art of getting more and more people notice you by dispersing informational as well as promotional material. No wonder, then, content in online-marketing realm is known as king.

Here is a blog-post by our contributor, Keshav Aggarwal, a writer working both from home and office, who shares which one is a better work base and why, from his personal experience. In case you are wondering if it’s time for professional change, have a look at these indicators.

Writing desk and writer

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Who Moved my Cheese? Let’s Accept Change in our Life

Let’s get it straight: change is inevitable. It can either be a blessing or a curse, depending on our perspective. Since change happens either to us or by us, what matters most is the attitude we have about change, as put rightly by Alan Watts, “The only way to make sense out of change is to plunge into it, move with it, and join the dance”.

This is the post by Keshav Aggarwal who read an amazing self-help book, ‘Who Moved My Cheese?’ and while giving away the gist as, “We should let go off old cheese so that we can enjoy new cheese”, thought of sharing the gem of adjusting attitude towards change in life.

Cherish Change as Cheese Moves