We mend, we break, we are hurt and we fail. What is a failed relationship? We look for something to blame, to justify our pain to something beyond our control. What if the blame isn't on something external but it is internal? And if that's true, how do we learn from it?
In this episode I am sharing a conversation I had with one of my followers on social media. This episode will tell you how every failed circumstance is an opportunity to learn and understand ourselves.
We all have things we wanted to tell our younger self; a wish to write a note to our past... tell them about what to do, warn them about things to avoid, and protect ourselves from regrets later in life.
This episode is that special note to everyone in their 20s. It is a note I wish I could give to my twenty-year-old self.
What is hope? Hope comes to us in various forms. Maybe it is the shining star in that night of despair. Or a small paragraph of a book. We all have our share of bad times where we nearly gave up. In desperate times hope helps us to get out of that hollow pit.
In this episode, I will share my story about such times. I hope this episode can give the hope to keep going on.
What does it mean to be in a state of consistency? Is it forcing yourself out of bed every morning to pursue something continuously? If your answer to this question is a yes then, well my take on this subject is quite different.
In this episode, I give you a natural point of view towards being consistent and tell you how to continue to be in such a state.
Do you often find yourself clinging to something even though it drains you and you keep on convincing yourself that it will get better if you just ignored it altogether? Is it worth the heavy price of lying to yourself?
In this episode, I will tell you why I think it is wrong and why nothing is better than something.
Are you searching for those ‘how to achieve’ step-by-step guides? What is a life prescription to you? A list of rules pointed out by someone that are important to follow to achieve your goals? But why not have a prescription unique to you; a list you made for yourself by taking on all the unknown challenges, experiences you have built for the future that you dream of?
In this episode you’ll understand the importance of a self-attained list to get moving towards your goal.
One of the hardest things you can do, is spend time with yourself. This was self-realisation borne out of a conversation with my co-founder at Nearbuy, Ravi. The whole thought was triggered by a recent conversation with an author who asked, "Why are some entrepreneurs more resilient than others?"
This, and more on my latest episode.
Time is the only thing...the ONLY thing, that never EVER comes back!
Ask yourself - what is the value of my time And make it a promise to keep increasing it every year.
Look in the mirror
The strength is you
The competition is you
The enemy is you
It's your choice
Who will you be?
Are you getting a little too COMFORTABLE? Here is what I feel is wrong with getting comfortable.
Listen to this episode and reach out to me if you have any questions.
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This episode is all about making a difficult choice in life.
Or to rephrase it, how to choose between the decisions you want to make and the decisions you are told to make?
I will walk you through two mental models that have helped me hugely, and I’m sure they’ll help you see a lot more clearly.
We will also walk through a visualization method where I will not ask you to visualize what you want. Rather I will ask you to do the opposite.
When we visualize the exact opposite of what we want, we release a lot of fear that is actually stopping us from action. Hope these mental models help you decide in a way that is right for you.
They’ll serve as a template for you to apply in every fork you encounter; instead of me rendering you a one-size fits all statement of advice. If there’s any question about this episode or regarding making a difficult choice in life, let me know in the comments section. Will do my best to help you out.
Some of the mistakes I made in my 20’s. I was embarrassed at who I was, yet couldn’t be happier for the journey and where it was taking me. Let’s explore why! I continued to pursue my education despite the fact that it didn’t make me happy.
Read books to look cool, without doing what books are meant to do: challenge and provoke our thoughts and beliefs. I took no care of my health and tried to please people – all the while not taking care of my mind and body.
Is motivation garbage? Or is it just a self disguised jolt, needed for you to do the right thing? What do you think?
Listen to this episode as I go through the whole psychology of human motivation.
On the opening episode of Woice with Warikoo, I want to ask you a very important question - should you consider becoming an entrepreneur? What are your drivers to wanting your own business? Is it even worth it?
I present a contrarian view and tell you the top reasons you should not become an entrepreneur.