In the introductory part of this series, I discussed how standardization has permeated all walks of life (even places where it is detrimental) and buil…
(Was this newsletter forwarded to you? Subscribe here) In Productivity Trap (Part 1), I elaborated on themes of standardization, optimization, scale, a…
Was this newsletter forwarded to you? (Subscribe here) Productivity Trap (Part 2) NONE of what I elaborate here is my original thinking. ALL the ideas …
(Was this newsletter forwarded to you? Subscribe here) Last week, a student asked me : “I have a job that takes about 13 hours of my life. What should …
Welcome to Hustl: a weekly newsletter that is full of ideas no one discusses in schools or colleges or job. (Was this newsletter forwarded to you? Subs…
This is a long read. You have been warned! I was one of the few fortunate students who understood the teacher’s lesson quicker and had an environment t…
Dear Friends, From now on, I will share content that I have found enjoyable and inspiring. Tweets Videos Kvizzing with Comedians Kumar Varun has done a…
As I began climbing Garfield Peak, this is the picture of Crater Lake that I had in my mind. Gorgeous isn’t it?! This is the Crater Lake I saw. Basical…
As a child, innocuous events like creaking the door in the middle of the night used to send shivers down my spine. The thought of something malicious l…
While watching the Comedy Premier League (CPL), I was left frustrated the audience's vote. Some teams were making run-of-the-mill jokes laced with a to…
Dear Reader, I will be changing the style of this newsletter. I will share content that I have found meaningful and often contrary to what I hear in po…
To build upon my first post, there is a reason for not saying, “I don’t know” often. Our confidence in our abilities to predict small and big events. T…