The Question To Answer
My work revolves around answering a simple question: how can we lead a good life? I don’t claim to have all the answers, but I hope to gain a better understanding of the human condition through my work.
I see this question best answered when dissected into two parts, namely how we can live (a) productively and (b) purposefully. To do this, I incorporate three elements into this site.
Commitment: The quest for an answer begins with a commitment to continuous improvement. It’s accepting that we’re not perfect and have a long way to go. That requires constant renewal on our part, as we adapt and adjust to new ideas.
Perspective: We are confined by the ideas we are exposed to. I try to examine issues from multiple disciplines ranging from behavioural psychology, philosophy, and history. As much as possible, I will approach a subject from different angles to get fresh and new perspectives.
Action: All the answers would not matter if we don’t take action to design a better life. I turn the insights I’ve gleaned from my work into practical steps that you can apply in everyday life. More information isn’t always the answer. If it were the case, all of us would be billionaires and be walking around with abs.
What are the best ways to reach our goal? How can we overcome our mental barriers and fear? These are some questions I hope to answer for you.
My work has been featured in major publications such as CNBC, Quartz, and Thought Catalog, among many other places. However, all my work can be found on this site. This way, you never have to look around the Internet to find articles worth reading.
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