A writer. A future doctor. A ukulele player.

The perspective that led Buddha to liberation.

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Steering away from the widely-known reading lists.

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I’m learning to skip the line.


“At all costs, avoid the black hole of zero.”

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It’s all about innovation.

By Tom Coates from San Francisco, United States — Steve Jobs talks about the iPhone, CC BY 2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=89396929

After all, it’s the key to achieving your goals.

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I did. And it was one hell of a week.

  • A while ago, I read Turning Pro by Steven Pressfield and decided to turn pro as a writer. And within a few days of that decision, I realized that to turn pro as a writer, I also have to turn pro as a reader. And ever since, I’ve been reading like crazy.
  • Two —due to the first factor, I also read Skip The Line by James Altutcher. And one way to skip the line, says James in his book, is to conduct experiments every day.

This just in — you have more than one sense.

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It’s time to skill up.

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The Storyteller’s Secret by Carmine Gallo

Akshad Singi

10x top writer. Using mindfulness to induce an inner revolution. Get in touch: akshadwrites@gmail.com

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