“Self-judgments, like all judgments, are tragic expressions of unmet needs” 

– – Marshall Rosenberg

Blog - Elevating what matters

This is my vehicle to create more meaningful conversations by providing tools and ideas to improve your relationship with yourself, with others, and with your craft.

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India Trip

India Trip

I wanted to give you a sample of what it looks like to be on the other side of the world, for those who wonder about how different it can be from the west.

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HRV Biofeedback

HRV Biofeedback

Have you ever wondered how you can measure how well you manage the periods of stress and recovery? I am not talking subjectively based on a tiny sample of what you can remember but with biofeedback tools…

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Inner Circle & Outer Circle

Inner Circle & Outer Circle

Sometimes I fear that I am neglecting my work. I feel guilty that I am not moving towards my long term goals. Likewise, I accumulate lots of anxiety when thinking that my career will stagnate because of how little I can focus on my craft. However, it was until recently that I realized what I have been putting all my efforts into…

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Letter for my Future Self

Letter for my Future Self

This letter aims to remind you that if you are reading this in 10, 20, 30 years… you are still alive. Not all of the people that I know will have the same luck. Maybe you have gone through tough challenges that I today would not be able to imagine…

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Can you improve your chances to Innovate?

Can you improve your chances to Innovate?

To disrupt the “status quo” (which includes accepted norms, behaviors, products, and services), it is of incredible importance to engage in more in-depth observation, questioning, association, networking, and experimenting. All of these are essential habits most innovators utilize, following the research of Clayton Christensen, professor of business at Harvard…

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Pairs of Opposites: Love vs Desire

Pairs of Opposites: Love vs Desire

To understand what makes a couple change their dynamic in a long term relationship, it is necessary first to divide pre-conquest from the post-conquest. The first stage is where you find the desire to have another person. With this comes novelty, adventure, risk, mystery, danger, and surprise…

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Could it be that everything is just good and complete as it is?

Could it be that everything is just good and complete as it is?

Type- A personalities have a goal-pursuit mindset as default hardwiring. This is excellent for executing and producing achievement. Nonetheless, it also creates anxiety. You’re always focused on the future because nothing you do is enough. This mindset taken to the extreme comes with an internal narrative that follows along the lines of “only if X happens, I can then allow myself to be happy, to be satisfied, to feel good about myself, to feel successful, etc.”…

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Why am I shipping small ideas often?

Why am I shipping small ideas often?

Creativity is a skill you develop, not a trait you are born with. Many people who avoid doing creative work tend to feel frustrated after realizing they cannot produce a masterpiece in their first attempts. Nonetheless, I perceive that frustration is a result not of the lack of talent but rather from the high expectation…

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Bless Your Struggle

Bless Your Struggle

It is easy to fixate on a struggle that makes your life hard while thinking that your experience would be so much better if it resolved itself. Most rational people can discern different degrees of human struggles. Indeed some people live more challenging lives than others…

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How to develop Critical Thinking?

How to develop Critical Thinking?

"Why should I bother?" "Why bother to opening a conversation and sharing what I think? After all, aren't there more intelligent people out there?" "What if someone proves me wrong? After all, having access to facts is easier than ever before…" "What if I don't bring...

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Vlog - Breaking Down Complexity

This is my video series where I attempt to deconstruct complex practices and topics into core principles for anyone to use!