Year 2012 started with a wish for you.’
It was my best year yet.
I did things that I love to do, met some incredible people, and gained clarity about which path to take.
I also launched new projects, continued my experiments, and more of you joined my email list. I also with joy in my heart helped people (not as many as I wanted) to grow their business and find clarity in life.
More people joined team Metadoor. [Side note: We are hiring - so if you are a blogger, programmer, web developer or a design ninja - and are proud of your work - send your links and notes to mail @ metadoor.in]
2013 is going to be even better. For now .. here is a rundown of my favorite posts from 2012.
As always mail me with your suggestions, notes and things you’d like to read here.
2012 is almost behind us. If things did not work out the way you wanted them to – this post offers some idea on what to do next.
Money makes us the world go ga-ga. This post was inspired by time-tested principles and new ideas.
We can use fear – to stagnate or grow. Read this one for ideas.
Whatever be your reason of doing good – selfish or otherwise – it makes sense to do it.
World is fast paced now – there are more tools (likely more efficient) but the principles of success remain same as they were in old days.
This post talk about ideas that are different than often discussed rule of 10,000 hours.
In a world driven by numbers, it makes sense to step aside for a while and pay attention to things that matter.
You can read more books using this approach, possibly find opportunities and expand your world views.
I wrote this post to urge you (and remind myself) – to bring out the best in yourself.
Use a month as a unit to measure your progress to start and finish mini projects. Many of such mini projects done one after another – will help you accomplish a lot.
This brief post has ideas to get out of your comfort zone and move ahead in life.
Model your day and life on how one of the most celebrated life hacker did it.
Thanks for paying attention, and chiming in with your thoughts from time to time. I appreciate you love and your time – and the opportunity to be able to write for you.
To a superb 2013.