The 20/20/20 Formula: An Optimised Morning Routine By Robin Sharma

What do you do in the first one hour after waking up?

Author and leadership coach, Robin Sharma, argues that what you do in the first one hour of the day is extremely crucial. He writes that:

“The way you start your day powerfully
shapes how productively you live it.”


He proposes the 20/20/20 formula to help you optimise your mornings, and to help you achieve superhuman productivity!

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4 ways to perform well at work if you are new to corporate

Most of us want to be good at what we do. We want to perform well. It could be for our own satisfaction or because we love our jobs and want to make a mark for ourselves in our professions.

Sometimes being diligent and working on your day to day tasks may not give you the satisfaction you desire from the job. There are other ways you can improve your performance and excel at your job!

Here are four ways to perform well at work if you are new to corporate:

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4 Popular Personality Tests used by Recruiters

Psychometric or personality tests are assessments that are conducted for the purpose of understanding a candidate on parameters such as skills, attitudes, strengths, weaknesses, personality traits, etc. Recruiters use these assessment techniques to filter candidates. Among other things, it helps them determine whether the candidate would be suitable for a particular role, whether they would fit in with the team, and their attitude towards work.

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Imposter Syndrome and Self Growth

I have written 11 books, but each time I think, “uh oh, they’re going to find out now. I’ve run a game on everybody, and they are going to find me out.”

Maya Angelou

Wonder why a poet, memoirist and civil rights activist – basically an all-rounder felt like this? She suffered from a condition called the imposter syndrome.

What is the imposter syndrome?

Imposter syndrome can be defined as a collection of feelings of inadequacy that persist despite evident success. People who suffer from this syndrome have chronic self doubt and feel like they don’t really deserve their accomplishments. Atleast 75% of people experience the imposter syndrome in episodes.

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Journaling 101: The Ultimate Guide To Starting a Journal

Journaling can be an easy process if you know where to start. From Marco Polo to Bridget Jones – they’ve all done it!

A journal is essentially a written record of your thoughts, feelings, experiences and observations. There are many types of journals out there. This post focuses on the classic freeform style of journaling. This is one of the easiest and most popular types of journaling, where you write an entry for a few pages or for a specified amount of time (could be five minutes or twenty minutes- you decide). The idea is to write whatever is on your mind, in a free flowing manner.

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Using Post-it Notes

I recently made a visit to the stationery shop JUST TO purchase some post-it notes because I had run out of them . I wondered if it was really a necessity because it required me to get dressed and make the effort of walking all the way to the stationary shop, just to get post its. But how or why did post-it notes get that famous that we almost can’t even think of performing certain activities without them?

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