In an age of smartphones and smart watches, why would anyone own a vintage watch? Tariq Engineer finds out. My father has a 1956 Rolex Tudor with a black dial and a black and silver strap that was given to him as a Navjote present by his father. He was nine years old at the […] […]Read more "THE THRILL OF THE HUNT —"
A good friend from the US read about my post on Can You Get Rid of the Bias in Your Head and sent me this article of an incident that happened just a couple days ago that shows an example of bias. If you think your life sucks and you have really bad luck then […]Read more "Can You Get Rid of the Bias in Your Head? – Part 2"
With the ongoing trending phase of Internet, things are changing and so are businesses. Today, do you go to a travel agent while planning a tour? If your are a net savvy, you surely don’t take this way of searching a travel destination. If you run a travel firm, you better get competitive online to […] […]Read more "Read Top 8 Online Travel Marketing Tips — Best SEO Consultant Uk"
Originally posted on Discover:
When it comes to big goals, like quitting smoking or writing a book, author Euny Hong recommends you zip your lips. “The declaration of intention paradoxically reveals the lack of intention,” she writes. If you’re working on a project, Euny suggests a vow of silence until you’ve seen it through. Read snippets…
Originally posted on Kopitiam Bot:
(Source: http://www.forbes.com) I’m sure you’ve been asked many times whether you’re an introvert or an extrovert. For some people, it’s an easy choice, but for most of us, it’s difficult to choose one way or the other. It’s hard to choose because the introvert/extrovert dichotomy reflects a tired and outdated…
I am a jazz man. I am wondering if there is an actual term for it but I guess you get the picture. Love the music and play the saxophone. My favourite “cat”, the term of a jazz musician is definitely Miles Davis by far. A movie actually came out recently that recounts his life. […]Read more "How creativity is linked to jazz?"
In 1975, researchers at Stanford invited a group of undergraduates to take part in a study about suicide. They were presented with pairs of suicide notes. In each pair, one note had been composed by a random individual, the other by a person who had subsequently taken his own life. The students were then asked […]Read more "Can you get rid of the bias in your head?"