Three Steps to Starting and Finishing Something Remarkable: Summary of Do The Work by Steven Pressfield

Do the Work- This short book (more like a manifesto) by the irrepressible Steven Pressfield is a gem on overcoming procrastination and self-sabotage to create something beautiful that you are passionate about. Do the Work outlines three simple yet profound steps to create something that comes truly from your authentic self.

The quote below sums up the book perfectly. A child has no trouble believing the unbelievable, nor does the genius or the madman. It is only you and I, with our big brains and our tiny hearts, who doubt and overthink and hesitate. Introducing Enemies & Allies The three main enemies that stop us from accessing our creative self are: Resistance: It is a force so negative and evil that it blocks our true calling. It is extremely hard to detect as its crafty and takes on many different …

Review – Daniel Pink’s A Whole New Mind: Why Right-Brainers Will Rule the Future

Daniel Pink’s  A Whole New Mind: Why Right-Brainers Will Rule the Future  has an interesting view on globalization where he argues that the world is moving from the Informational Age to the Conceptual Age. Abundance, Asia and Automation are identified as three forces that are changing the future.

The first force, `Abundance’ refers to the state of our lives in developed countries and increasingly we want products or services that are aesthetically pleasing. The second force, `Asia’ refers to outsourcing. The third force, `Automation’ is self-explanatory. Pink reasons that if we are not creating aesthetically pleasing outcomes (experience, service or products) at work, or if our jobs can be outsourced or automated then we are in danger of being redundant.

But fret not, as Pink also states the six skills or abilities that will help us thrive in this New …

What Exactly Is An Infographic And How to Design One

Information graphics, or infographics, are graphic artistic representations of information and facts, data or knowledge, and designed to provide complex information in a quick and clear way.

Infographics have existed for a long time, but these days the surge in several very user-friendly and free applications has made that the creation of infographics became accessible to a sizeable part of the people. Social media in general and sites as Facebook and Twitter in particular have additionally made it possible that individual infographics could be shared with many people all over the world.

What Infographics Usually Do. Well, they generally

·         make complex data easier to understand

·         make massive data bundles consistent

·         stimulate the eyes to examine various data

·         show you the data at various detailed levels, from a wide-ranging overview to the very fine design

·         provide …