The least you can do can be the most you can do. Here I draw on the example of my beautiful guinea pig friend Praline, and on wise words from Scott Adams, Rick Rubin and Helen Reynolds.
Our values should be a constant through life’s journey. Pinned permanently to the top of the Twitter timeline of my friend David D’Souza are some wise words from US comedian Jon Stewart on values: “If you don’t stick to your values when they are being tested, they aren’t values: they are hobbies” "If you don't […]
Spring is finally thinking of springing. It’s time to share my #SaturdaySix for April 2018 – six things that are inspiring or amusing me right now. A springulent sextet, if you will. What is lightening your own world right now? 1: Of minimalism and maximalism, #sketchulence and Airplane! I love music producer Rick Rubin’s unique […]
You are changing every moment of your life, whether you like it or not. But purposeful change is different. You can choose to change something – or everything – in your life. A wise gentleman once said to me that you always have a choice. You just have to decide whether you can live with […]
What’s the least I can do? The title of this post isn’t intended as a call to down arms and embrace laziness (but if you choose to interpret it as such, I salute you). What I want to look at here is achieving maximum effect from minimum effort. To quote Rick Rubin: “There’s a tremendous […]