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Work performed in a state of intense focus by avoiding any form of distraction such that one pushes their cognitive capabilities to their limits is deep work. This terminology of deep work isn’t scientific. But it does clearly point to something we all already knew, and have experienced. We can also define its counterpart term called shallow work. Shallow work is non-cognitively demanding, logistical-style task and that can be performed while distracted. Any multitasking work…

Hitler and Gandhi both were extremists. But Gandhi chose humanity over anything else and propounded the path of Ahimsa as the way to serve mankind. On the other hand, Hitler chose racial superiority over humanity and believed that the superior race (the native Germans) was born to rule the inferior races. In a bid to conquer the world and establish Nazi superiority, Hitler committed the deadliest atrocities humanity could ever think of. Hitler’s way of…

“As a man thinketh in his heart, so is he.” This is the 7th verse from the 23rd chapter of the Book of Proverbs. That’s how the inspiration for the title of James Allen’s book came from. He wrote this book representing the power of thoughts. What are thoughts? If I ask you what are you thinking right now, what will be your answer? Nothing! Well, that’s not possible. As long as we breathe, we…