Have you ever spent more money trying to get the worth out of already sunken costs?

Have you ever spent more money trying to get the worth out of already sunken costs? Sometimes we keep investing more to keep an investment afloat. Constantly pumping money into a loss-making company to keep it running is such an example. 

Are you on the wrong bus?

Winner of the Nobel peace prize Wangari Maathai, in her book 'The Challenge for Africa', starts the introduction title as 'On the wrong bus'. The phrase refers to an action of moving in the wrong direction by taking the wrong bus, being there and being led by others in moving away from your desired place. While her context is completely different but the subject is relevant to all of us in our personal and professional life as well.

It is actually very common to have something unique in every individual. Many of those characteristics might be acceptable, but a few might be specific to the person, and a bit weird. And that weird one is what makes us different, sometimes...

Sometimes we wonder how someone gets an innovative idea that revolutionises the world? Take an example of the discovery of a printing press or sewing machine. Or in the modern time, the invention of the computer or the World Wide Web. People...

Intelligent people are not averse to receiving criticism. Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote, "Let me never fall into the vulgar mistake of dreaming that I am persecuted whenever I am contradicted." But some people do, and they take contradiction negatively.

'Why are you so serious? Smile a bit.' Have you come across such comments by someone? It happens that a person is in a blissful state of mind, sitting quietly when someone feels that he is sad. This occurs because people have a misbelief that...



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