It has been a great year on Twitter, sharing my thoughts. The Twitter analytics says, more than 1 million people saw the tweets and 175K people engaged with it.
Here are my best tweets curated for you from 2019. These are 19 things the year taught me.
- Being a stoic in a mad world is a powerful move.
- Tiny things accumulated will become big things.
- Scrolling Instagram is like being hit with supernormal stimuli continuously. The brain is hurt by it.
- The default setting of humans is self-preservation and survival. Anything that outbeats it can help in growth.
- When you are healthy, it is helping many people around you. Being healthy is a responsible act, not a selfish one.
- Sophistication can hide many things. It includes lies, imposters and fraudulent behavior. Beware of modernity fooling you.
- Imaginative minds search for deeper meanings in ordinary events. Randomness is what they find boring.
- Smartest people treat others equally knowing that they are not equal.
- Wealth creating ideas are shared as whispers in a private circle and not as how-to blogs on the internet.
- Don’t take it to heart when people don’t believe in you. Even god has its critics.
- Every CEO is a super generalist who attracts, engages and retains super specialists in his team.
- If any slightest deviation from our pre-existing beliefs can disturb us, we are vulnerable in the new world.
- Creative ideas are abundant. The reason why very fewer people do it is drudgery associated with it.
- Not participating in the popular success metrics and creating a new niche success metric for yourself is endearingly rebellious even in the era of massive social status signaling.
- You can’t be an original thinker with EMIs. Debt blocks free thinking.
- If you do not have an impact consciousness, any work will look like a bloody set of tasks.
- You can create your own ‘Nobel Prize’ moments with your noble actions.
- Two things which matter in a hustle to build anything. Rapid experimentation. Rapid learning.
- Writing 100 words a day is a pilgrimage to yourself.
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