Team Player

Every member of the team is critical. If this was not the case, the position would not exist. The challenge is that some positions receive more limelight or prestige than others. It’s different for every sport, but is it prevalent in most of them. Being a team player means that my primary focus is to […]

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Default Setting

We all have them. It’s all the things we do without thinking. Not because we are lazy, but because the default setting has been programmed to execute without additional mental loading. This is useful for menial everyday tasks like driving, cooking, getting dressed. The existence of defaults in our thinking frees up processing power for […]

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Asking for help

We all have different tolerances for seeking out help. Like the age-old stereotype of men refusing to ask for directions. Generally, we try to avoid it altogether. Noone likes admitting incompetence. The ease of access to information aggravates this to some extent. Now, I never have to ask for help (or so I think) I […]

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Crafting by Candlelight

The light is not far-reaching. We see just enough to craft the masterpiece with which we are busy. It might seem insignificant or inconsequential at first. What we don’t realise is that so many others are crafting their own little masterpieces. When the right ones come together it becomes solutions. Like pieces of a puzzle, […]

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Intimidating Dreams

Mostly, we write off audacious dreams as a lack of experience or the follies of youth. Age teaches us that you are unlikely to make a significant impact on the world. Best to stick to what you know and build a life for yourself. That is enough. Enough should never be defined by what seems […]

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