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Deep Work

As the technological advances change the culture of the world around us, the rules for who define success are also likely to change. In this tech savvy world, success is defined by those of us who are Owners of capital or those of us who have access to capital or wealth. Those who can work […]

Active Reading

Active reading is a technique that is often used by students to deeply engage with the concepts and ideas from important text books. This is a method of reading with the intention of summarising the most important information by engaging with said content through the following 5 reading strategies. Pseudo Skimming: Pseudo Skimming is a […]

NON –SYLLABUS BOOKS FOR UPSC ASPIRANTS

As an UPSC aspirant, not only do we have so many syllabus related books to read, but also series of tests, and multiple revisions to do. Many of us after seeing the heading of the article would have thought, who has the time to read all these? But before you start looking at the curated […]

Disciples of Discipline

Self-discipline is about leaning into resistance. Taking action in spite of how you feel. Living a life by design, not by default. But most importantly, it’s acting in accordance with your thoughts – not your feelings.- Samuel Davies. Change is the corner stone of human condition. Without change, we would stagnate and perish as creatures who are incapable of change or evolution […]

THE LBSNAA SERIES-II

THE LBSNAA SERIES-II MORNING PHYSICAL TRAINING AND THE HORSE RIDING Physical training or PT (as we call it) reminds us of our school days when we used to get ready with the PT uniform to the school assembly grounds and stand for 20-30 minutes under the summer sun and the winter fog stretching under the […]

Pomodoro Technique

The Pomodoro technique was invented by Francesco Crillo. The story goes that Crillo had a tomato shaped timer that he adored and used to keep his studies on track as a 1990’s college student. This system which he named “Pomodoro” has been the crown jewel in the repertoire of almost all Productivity Pundits and Time […]