“Instead of being crushed by the gap, I became fascinated. I wanted to know more.“ – Scott Shute While preparing for the interview preparation of Scott Shute, I found this … Continue reading The Creative Process, Be fascinated, Work hard, and Taking Things to the Next Level
“Don’t dismiss people, don’t be a dick, and don’t rush. Play the long game.“ – Tim Ferriss This post highlights some of the podcasts by Tim Ferriss I’ve listened to … Continue reading Tim Ferriss — How To Build A World-Class Network
Attachment Styles, Communication in Relationships, Fear of Commitment and Healthy Boundaries — Lisa Scott
“Trauma isn’t what happens to you, it’s what happens inside you.” – Gabor Maté This post highlights some of the resources by Dr. Gabor Maté I read, listened to, recently … Continue reading Trauma and Addiction: Resources, Podcasts, Blogs, Books, and More — Gabor Maté
The quality of our relationships determines the quality of our lives. – Esther Perel I am very fascinated about learning new things about love, relationships, sex, and how the quality … Continue reading My Lessons learned on Love, Relationships, Sex, Eroticism From Esther Perel
I crafted a list of 10 life’s philosophical questions that I wanted to answers for myself. I could easily answer the questions based on my thinking. I thought—what would it … Continue reading Susanne Grant — Short Advice From The Best In The World
My Short Journey: Letter To A Friend on Pain, Rejections, Experiments, Books, Meditation and Much More. A friend asked me what books I have read or re-read in the last few years that might have made the most impact on my life. I thought it’s a good opportunity to reflect back in life and take notes of the books I’ve re-read so far, how I started meditation, and other resources.. Before I get into the resources—I’d like to share my short journey starting 2017 which I have never written about.
I crafted a list of 10 life’s philosophical questions that I wanted to answers for myself. I could easily answer the questions based on my thinking. I thought—what would it … Continue reading Lisa DeAngelis — Short Life Advice From The Best In The World
I crafted a list of 10 life’s philosophical questions that I wanted to answers for myself. I could easily answer the questions based on my thinking. I thought—what would it … Continue reading Sally Helgesen — Short Advice From The Best In The World
This blog post highlight the books mentioned by Alisa Cohn, Cara Bradley, and Marc Lesser on my podcast “The Nishant Garg Show”. My goal is to tease out the habits and routines from the experts in their fields. We don’t have to reinvent the same wheel when someone else has already invented it. Take the approach, tweak it and experiment with it based on your environments, constraints and variables.
In the past, I continued to be unhappy in my unawareness. Now, I continue to be happy in my awareness. I can feel negative sometimes, but those negative emotions just come and go. They don’t define me, and I am not identified by them. I just observe myself in awareness and understand happiness. If you ask me-“what name would I give to the feeling after I achieve something?” I will be honest and blunt, and at the same time- I’d just say that “it’s a thrill, it’s an emotional high, and it shall soon pass.”