How My Mind Learnt to Sense Time in Slow-Motion in 66 Days

I used to be the person who gets surprised by how quickly the time is passing by. I had been wanting to follow my passion all week, and yet, it’s Friday again. I would have more time over the weekend, so I thought, and then Monday morning I swear that it would happen the next week for sure. Busy being busy, I used to postpone to act upon my inspiration until a point when it became silent and got gently washed away by my distracted brain waves like drawings in the sand on the seashore. Continue reading “How My Mind Learnt to Sense Time in Slow-Motion in 66 Days”

The lesson I learnt from co-founder of Google X: Personal growth is not about you

Tom Chi, co-founder of Google X has visited our office at Mindvalley to give a talk about how rapid-prototyping can be used to restore environmental damage and save our planet. He has shared how he built the first prototypes of the Google Glass, his models of turning vague strategies into results and his definition of failing & learning. His concepts of reality amazed us all, but it wasn’t until an unexpected question from the audience that my tears started falling in the midst of a hundred people sitting in sheer silence. Continue reading “The lesson I learnt from co-founder of Google X: Personal growth is not about you”