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How to stay motivated with ancient chinese secret



When I was a freshman in college I majored in economics. Now I definitely wasn’t passionate about finance or economics back then – I decided to pick this major simply because it was one of the few career paths that my parents approved of.

You can make a lot of money working on Wall-Street. Now – when school started, I distinctly remember going to economics class and falling asleep every single time. It also turns out that I would snore – so the people around me would complain and after a couple of weeks I stopped going to class– because I was just embarrassing myself.

Instead, I ended up studying on my own. It wasn’t easy – I struggled with my levels of motivation – I would procrastinate – I would end up cramming for a couple of days before each test – just so I could barely pass. And at the end of my freshman year – I realized that I simply had no motivation whatsoever to continuing studying this subject – so I dropped the major. And I eventually dropped out of school all together. Fast forward to March of 2020 – the stocks markets around the world fell by over 20% in the span of a week because of the pandemic, and I found myself in a rather interesting position.

See I never cared much about investing so I was sitting on cash that I’ve saved up from working on this business for the past 5 years and I realized that I should figure out what to do with this money. Because as many great investors say – when there’s blood on the street, it’s the best time to buy. I ended up spending 3 to 4 hours every single day just devouring all the finance and economics material that I could get my hands on. I remember binge listening to an 8 hour book on the history of money in one sitting. And what’s funny, is that this was basically the same material that I was studying back in college. But – this time around, I was able to do it effortlessly.

My motivation was so high – that I didn’t even have to try.

How is this possible?

 Well it all comes down to a concept that I’ve recently been digging into, called Wu Wei. Wu Wei is an ancient Chinese philosophy which directly translates into “the art of doing nothing”. Or The Art Of Non Forcing Now this doesn’t actually mean that you should do nothing – Wu Wei is more about aligning your life in a way so that things feel effortless.

 A common analogy that’s made: is that most people try to row their boats in order to get places, but someone who has mastered the art of Wu Wei would figure out how to setup a sail and then use the wind to push them while they take a nap. They end up getting to the same destination, faster, all with just a tenth of the effort. You see – I was able to spend thousands of hours over the course of the last year and a half, studying economics effortlessly, because I had the Wu Wei wind on my side. I became interested in this subject on my own.

 It wasn’t something that my parents or society pressured me to do. I simply realized that if I did not understand what was happening in the economic so my , if I did not make the right investments, I would lose a large majority of the wealth that I’ve accumulated over the years. This fear sparked a curiosity. And that curiosity became my wind – and next thing you know – I wanted to sit down in bed and binge listen to 8 hour textbooks.

 Now how does this apply to YOUR life?

Well – here’s the harsh truth. If you genuinely don’t like what you’re studying…then honestly…you shouldn’t study it. I really don’t see the point of spending decades of your life pursuing a career that you dislike– just to make your parents happy.

 First of all – your chances of success are going to be lower, cause you’re competing against people who actually like this subject. Which means they’ll study and practice effortlessly. They’ll have the Wu Wei Wind on their side while you don’t. And secondly your overall sense of happiness in life is going to be much lower because you’re going to feel trapped doing something you genuinely don’t enjoy. My advice to you – is to find a career that you are at least somewhat interested in. Like on a scale of 1 to 10, you need to beat least at a 6.

 Once you find this, you can then use the following idea to maximize and capture the wind.

Capturing the wind

 I’ve been thinking about a new idea – that’s still in it’s experimental stages. And it’s the idea that we can capture the Wu Wei wind by structuring our life to align with our current personality. There is a test called the Big 5 personality test, which is widely considered as one of the most accurate personality tests available. Yes, I know personality tests aren’t 100%accurate – and yes I know that personalities can be changes over time. But I still believe that it’s useful when it comes to figuring out what types of things would feel more natural for you.


For example, I personally rank lower than average for one of the Big 5 Personality traits called Neuroticism which basically means I can handle negative emotions fairly well. So using fear to spark curiosity to push the sails of my boat would actually be a good idea. I used the idea of losing wealth to scare myself into being curious. On the other hand if you rank high on Neuroticism, meaning that you don’t work so well with negative emotions – It might be a much better idea for you to do visualization exercises about a positive future so that you can experience pleasant emotions and use that as the wind for your boat.

 Here’s another example: Let’s say you score higher than average for extroversion, which basically means that you enjoy socializing with large groups of people. In this case, if you were to form a study group, you might find more motivation because the task of studying all of a sudden becomes more enjoyable. You’re having fun with your friends while getting work done. Here’s yet another example, let’s say you’re someone who scores high in openness meaning that you enjoy being creative and trying out new things. In this case you should not pursue a career that involves doing the same thing every single day. It would be more natural for you to pursue something that allows you to come up with creative solutions. So instead of studying to be an accountant you might find it more natural to become a software developer which has a lot more opportunity for creativity. On the other hand if you rank low for openness then pursuing a more repetitive job like being an accountant might feel more natural for you.

 And one final example: If you’re someone who scores lower than average for conscientiousness– meaning that you really don’t care about being organized, then maybe you shouldn’t try to force yourself to schedule out your entire day. You could simply keep a short daily to-do list where you jot down the major things you need to get done. I believe aligning our life with what’s natural for us can lead to work that starts to feel more effortless – which ultimately leads to more action.

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5 तरीके जो बताएंगे कौन आपसे बोलता है झूठ| 5 ways to tell if a person is lying

kaise jane kon juth bol raha hai
How to tell who is lying

आज की प्रतिस्पर्धी दुनिया में यह समझना बहुत कठिन है कि कौन सच्चा है और कौन नहीं। एक औसत व्यक्ति प्रतिदिन 10 से 200 झूठ सुनता है। हमारे जीवन के किसी भी पहलू में, लोगों के सच्चे इरादे को समझना वास्तव में महत्वपूर्ण है, खासकर व्यापारिक दुनिया में। उदाहरण के लिए: अचल संपत्ति के कारोबार में कई मध्यम व्यक्ति घर की कीमत, उसके इलाके आदि के बारे में झूठ बोलते हैं, लेकिन यह आप ही हैं जिन्हें पता होना चाहिए कि कहां निवेश करना है और किसके साथ सौदा करना है। एक रिश्ते में भी, आपको पता होना चाहिए कि आपको किसके साथ बढ़ना चाहिए और किससे बचना चाहिए।

लोग कई कारणों से झूठ बोलते हैं, कभी-कभी वह कारण एक सकारात्मक उदाहरण हो सकता है: लोग झूठ बोलते हैं क्योंकि वे आपको चोट नहीं पहुंचाना चाहते हैं, या आप उनके लिए बहुत महत्वपूर्ण हैं और वे आपको खोना नहीं चाहते हैं। कभी-कभी लोग अपने छिपे हुए उद्देश्यों, छिपे हुए लाभों के कारण झूठ बोलते हैं, उदाहरण के लिए रियल एस्टेट व्यवसाय; ज्यादातर आपको इस व्यवसाय में कोई बिचौलिया नहीं मिलेगा जो आपको घर की सही कीमत बताएगा। यह कैसे भी हो "आप" यह आप पर निर्भर करता है कि व्यक्ति झूठ बोल रहा है या नहीं।
यहां मैं यह नहीं कह रहा हूं कि सकारात्मक झूठ बोलना अच्छा है, लेकिन कभी भी किसी के सच्चे इरादों को जाने बिना उसका न्याय न करें। क्योंकि चीजें हमेशा सही या गलत नहीं हो सकती हैं। कभी-कभी इसमें और भी परते होते हैं। इसलिए सच्चे इरादे को जानें और सच्चे इरादों को जानने के लिए पहले आपको यह समझने की जरूरत है कि वह व्यक्ति झूठ बोल रहा है या नहीं। झूठे की पहचान करना कठिन है, लेकिन यदि आप उनके हावभाव, मुद्रा, मौखिक संकेतों पर ध्यान दें। आप समझ सकते हैं कि वह व्यक्ति झूठ बोल रहा है या नहीं। क्योंकि झूठा कभी नहीं कहेगा कि वह झूठा है। यह "आप" होना चाहिए जिसे पता होना चाहिए कि किस पर भरोसा किया जाए।

यहां 5 तरीके बताए गए हैं कि कोई झूठ बोल रहा है या नहीं:

) हर बार कहानियां बदलें (Change stories every time)

झूठे का सबसे बड़ा दुश्मन वह होता है जिसकी याददाश्त तेज होती है। झूठे लोगों को आमतौर पर याद नहीं रहता कि उन्होंने पहले क्या कहा था और जब दूसरी बार वही बात पूछी गई तो उन्हें याद नहीं होगा कि उन्होंने पहले क्या कहा था, उनके पास एक अतिरिक्त कहानी होगी और इसके अलावा, उनके पास एक उचित स्पष्टीकरण भी होगा।

2) इशारा (Gesture)

जब कोई झूठ बोलता है और आप उन्हें संदेह से देखते हैं, तो आप उनके सामान्य हावभाव की तुलना में उनकी शारीरिक भाषा में कुछ अंतर देखेंगे, उदाहरण के लिए, वे शरमाएंगे, अधिक बार पलकें झपकाएंगे, उनकी नकली मुस्कान होगी, वे हमेशा की तरह मुस्कुराएंगे नहीं . उन्हें नोटिस करें लेकिन बहुत कठोर न हों। क्योंकि एक विशेषज्ञ पूछताछकर्ता के लिए भी चेहरे के भावों के आधार पर यह पता लगाना मुश्किल है कि वह व्यक्ति झूठ बोल रहा है या नहीं।

3) मौखिक संकेत (Verbal Signs)

झिझक के क्षणों के दौरान झूठे लोग उह, एर, लाइक और उम जैसे फिलर्स का उपयोग कर सकते हैं, जब कोई झूठ बोलता है तो अक्सर बाहर निकल जाता है। इन फिलर्स को फंबल्स भी कहा जा सकता है। आमतौर पर, जब वे किसी बात के बारे में झूठ बोलते हैं, तो लायर्स लड़खड़ा जाते हैं।

झूठे आमतौर पर संकुचन को काटते हैं, एक सामान्य भाषण संकुचन में वाक्य को छोटा करने के लिए उपयोग किया जाता है, लेकिन हालांकि, एक झूठे कट आउट संकुचन, वे जानबूझकर बड़े वाक्यों या शब्दों का उपयोग करते हैं और आमतौर पर इसे धीरे-धीरे कहते हैं। आमतौर पर, वे ऐसा इसलिए करते हैं क्योंकि वे अपने मन में झूठ पैदा करने के लिए अधिक समय चाहते हैं।

वे आपके प्रश्न को दोहराते हैं, आपके प्रश्न का सीधा उत्तर देने के बजाय, आप अपने प्रश्न को दोहराते हुए सुन सकते हैं या आप उत्तर में थोड़ा विराम देखेंगे। यदि ये नहीं हैं तो व्यक्ति आपसे प्रश्न दोहराने के लिए कह सकता है, ताकि वे उत्तर अपने दिमाग में बना सकें

उनकी आवाज, पिच उठती और गिरती है, इसलिए उनके पिच के उठने और गिरने पर अतिरिक्त ध्यान दें। यह बहुत आम है कि झूठे आवाज की पिच या तो चिंता और घबराहट के कारण बदल जाती है, या या तो कुछ शब्द या कथन पर जोर देने के लिए ताकि वह वास्तविक दिख सके या आवाज की पिच एक विचलित करने वाली विधि के रूप में बदल जाती है।

4) रक्षात्मक (Defensive)

जब आप झूठे लोगों से कहते हैं कि वे किसी चीज़ के बारे में झूठ बोल रहे हैं, तो वे तुरंत इनकार कर देंगे और अचानक रक्षात्मक हो जाएंगे, और दूसरे लोगों को दोषी महसूस कराने की पूरी कोशिश करेंगे। वे समझाने लगेंगे और आपको ऐसा महसूस कराएंगे कि आप उनके जैसे निर्दोष व्यक्ति के साथ वास्तव में कुछ बुरा कर रहे हैं, कुछ हद तक वे क्रोधित भी हो सकते हैं।

5) विषय बदलें और रोकें (Change the subject and pause)

झूठे लोग कहानी का हिस्सा छोड़ देते हैं। वे सटीक कहानी नहीं कहते हैं, वे केवल उस हिस्से को साझा करेंगे जिसे वे साझा करना चाहते हैं और बाकी को छोड़ दिया जाएगा और जब आप उस छोड़े गए हिस्से से संबंधित प्रश्न पूछेंगे तो वे विषय बदल देंगे वे कुछ और बात करेंगे, उदाहरण के लिए, वे अपनी पिकनिक के बारे में हर विवरण साझा करेंगे जैसे वे कितने उत्साहित थे, कितने अच्छे कपड़े पहने थे, बैठने की व्यवस्था कैसे की गई थी जब वे पहुंचे तो सब कुछ क्या हुआ लेकिन अचानक वे वहीं रुक गए और कुछ और बात करने लगे। और जब आप उस कहानी के बारे में अधिक पूछते हैं तो या तो वे इसे काट देते हैं या कहानी को बदल देते हैं या एक वाक्य में कई विराम लेते हुए साझा करेंगे।

ये कुछ संकेत थे जो आपको यह बताने में मदद करेंगे कि यदि कोई झूठ बोल रहा है, लेकिन अपवाद के रूप में इस दुनिया में हैं, तो जरूरी नहीं कि हर चिन्ह सभी के लिए समान काम करेगा। कुछ लोगों को फिलर्स का उपयोग करने की आदत हो सकती है इसलिए यह नहीं कह सकते कि वे झूठ बोल रहे हैं, किसी को जज करने से पहले आपको सही इरादों को जानना होगा। क्योंकि एक विशेषज्ञ को भी यह पहचानने में समय लगता है कि व्यक्ति झूठ बोल रहा है या नहीं।

How To Hack Your Behavior – PICNUF Framework


Pill here, the other day I was watching an  interview with Jeff booth who is a very successful tech startup entrepreneur and he brought up a  very interesting idea. That relates to behavior change and building habits you see a couple of  years ago, Jeff attended a conference by one of the world’s leading behavior scientists here he  learned about how companies are designing their apps to be as addictive as possible and these  scientists laid out a special framework that they use to mold human behavior it’s called the PICNUF framework, the PIC part of PICNUF are things that you want to have more of in your app.

 P stands for  positive meaning that it must make you feel good, I stands for immediate meaning that this good feeling must come immediately and C stands for certain meaning that this good feeling must  always come it, must be certain on the other hand. The enough part of PICNUF are things that you want to have less of N stands for negative meaning, that you should avoid what makes you feel bad U stands for uncertain meaning that you should avoid uncertainty and F stands for future consequences, meaning that you should avoid things that are not immediate now how does this framework apply in real life.

 Well Jeff uses the example of smoking, why do people get hooked on smoking well when you smoke you get a dopamine hit that makes you feel good, so that’s the P for positive this good feeling also happens immediately which is the eye  and finally you are sure that you will get this  feeling every single time you smoke which is  the C  for certain smoking uses the pick part of  PICNUF perfectly which is why it’s so addictive. Now the problem is most people will try to quit  smoking by using Nuff they’ll tell themselves, “ Okay, smoking is bad for me it’s going to give me cancer.” And what they’re doing here is they’re focusing on the negative side effects of the action there’s the N for negative on top of that it’s uncertain  whether or not you’re even going to get cancer. Right there’s tons of elderly smokers that never get cancer just because they’re lucky, so that’s  the you for uncertain and finally the consequence of smoking is in the future you’re not going to  get cancer immediately, After you smoke it can  take years and even decades to develop so that’s  the F for future consequence when you use enough  to try to change your habits it almost never works.

  The behavior scientists discovered that the key is  to focus on just the pick you need to replace the  pick with a better pick which basically means you need to replace your bad habit with a good habit  that also fulfills the positive immediate and  certain requirements. Jeff gives a good example of  this in action with a story about his daughter so he was trying to get his four-year-old daughter to  practice the piano and no matter how hard he tried,  he just couldn’t get her to build the habit she would half as all her lessons and you could tell  that she didn’t really enjoy it, so after learning  about the piknuf framework. Jeff decided to sit down and ask her to play something she pressed a couple  of keys with a bunch of attitude and it sounded  terrible but jeff immediately said, “wow, that  was amazing can you show me more of what you’ve learned he essentially gave her a compliment which feels good so that’s the P in PIC on top of that this happened immediately after she played her song so that’s the eye and Jeff continued to  sit with his daughter every day and continue  to compliment her every time after she played. So after a while the reward she got for playing  became certain she would get a compliment which  made her feel good so that’s the C now after a  couple of weeks. Jeff could tell that his daughter, actually started to enjoy playing the piano her  private teacher even said that she learned more in  the past few weeks during her lessons than she had  for the entire past year and of course this became  a habit with ease over time. That’s what happens  when you focus on the pick instead of nuff  now how does this relate to your life well if  you’re someone who is trying to change your  habits you should focus on the pick aspect instead  of going for the nuff which is what most of us  instinctively do.

   Let’s say for example, you’ve been  trying to shake off your bad habit of jerking off .  I feel like most of us approach this using nuff we think to ourselves, “okay, I need to stop doing this  because it’s making me weaker” which is the end for  negative and then we think to ourselves , “okay, if  I’m able to stick to this for a long enough period of time I should be able to improve my social life  and focus at least I hope so” right we’re uncertain  whether or not the benefits will actually come  so that’s the you for uncertainty and finally  all the benefits that do come in the distant   future right you usually don’t see the benefits for at least a couple of days or even weeks.  So that’s the F for future consequence  instead what you want to do is focus on  the pick for example every time you overcome an  urge you could talk to a friend you could tell   them that you just overcame an urge to which  they’ll probably say, good job so that’s the P   this good job also comes immediately. After telling  them that’s the I and it’s also certain assuming    that they’re a good friend that’s the seat now. I’m  not saying that this is going to work for all of  you it’s just something that fits in the pick  framework. So I think has a much higher chance  of working as compared to feeling guilty and  trying to logically convince yourself to abstain  from jerking off what you should do in general is  ask yourself how can I think about behavior change  through the lens of PIC instead of NUF doing  so will allow you to come up with many strategies that you can experiment with and finally let me leave you with one last example of PIC that I’ve observed a couple of weeks ago so there’s this  video that keeps getting recommended to me on  youtube by a guy called James Scholes this video  is basically about how he was able to study for  12 hours every single day for months now of course  this really intrigued me because, I’ve never heard of anyone being able to do that consistently but  if you think about it through the PICNUF framework. It kind of makes sense every time he studies he  live streams it this is a positive experience because people are studying with him posting  positive comments this is also an instant and certain reward because the moment he turns on the  stream he gets a couple of viewers that can cheer him on now I’m not saying that this is the only  reason he was able to pull this off he clearly has a very strong internal desire to succeed and  having a strong y like this is extremely important all I’m saying is that his current live stream  setup made it even easier for him to build this  habit because it uses PIC most people who want  to study approach it with enough if I don’t study I’ll be a failure and my parents will yell at me  that’s the end even if I study I’m not sure if  I’ll do well I’m not sure if I’ll be able to  succeed that’s the you and the benefits from studying won’t come to fruition until the day of  the test which is usually days away that’s the focus on the PIC and not enough so that you can  make certain good habits as addictive as possible    just like those apps that these behavior  scientists have got us all hooked to spend more time on the apps.

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7 ways to earn passive income as a student


For living a healthy and beautiful life money is important. Money is a tool that allow you to live full life. Every student think to become financially independent. As a student, I can understand that many people wanted to earn some money.

Before further reading you should know-   

What is passive income?                                                              

Passive income is putting on-time effort and the effort is monetized. We can mainly earn passive income from rental property  or a business in which one does not actively participate, such as being paid book royalties or stock dividends. Passive income is not all about “get-rich-quick”  it also involve work.

With a busy schedule in college life you can earn your first dollar with passive income streams. There are tons of passive income streams but we have selected some of the methods that are easy to done as a student.

7 Passive income ideas for students


I know its hard to believe but many bloggers around the world are making more the 5 figure income through the blogging stream. You can choose one of the niche you have interested in and you’re started.

You basically need hosting provider, a domain name with an investment of around Rs.2000[$30].Its a fastest growing passive income stream. You can monetize your blog with google adsense or if your blog have enough traffic then you can accept guest post to earn.

2.Publish your own e-book

Many people write there own book and publish in online and earn money with spending a penny. This is a really easy and practical idea to earn money as a student.

 Find a topic and write an e-book on your spare time. You can use instamojo to your e-book without investment.

3.Sell stock photo or video

Do you like clicking photo or recording video? Or editing? If you, then you can choose selling it on stock photo or video website like gitty, shutterstock and many more.

Many people on these website use your photo on their website so you earn some penny from it.

4.Sell customized goods

If you are creative person then you can sketch a design and hire a graphic designer to make your design onboard. So you can print it on t-shirt or coffee mug and sell it online or offline.

There are many event happening around your college so you can sell it there and earn much more.

5.Affiliate marketing

Affiliate marketing is all about selling things and earn commission on products. It doesn’t mean you have to sell things like you see in retail shop.

You just have to share link to the people, if people buy the product after clicking on link, you’ll get commission.

6.Starting Youtube channel

Youtube is most popular search engine after google search engine. On an average people spend 11 hours weekly on youtube. So starting a youtube channel is not a bad idea.

You can choose a niche like technology, comedy, movies, etc. There are endless topics to choose to create youtube channel. You can earn passive income after monetizing or getting sponsorship.

7.Create a website or app

Building a website or app is still a very good option to earn passive income

despite it have many competitor. Creating website and app is not too difficult to make and you can promote in social media easily. Once it start getting much traffic you can monetize and earn money from advertisement.

There are tons of other method to earn passive money but here in the blog I have selected the method that are really easy to start. I know many of us have seen young people started to earn this much money? At this much age? And many people think how we can also earn this much money? So I have write this blog to give some idea to earn money.

Passive income gives person a freedom to live your life and have some good lifestyle. You have to invest some time and effort to earn income initially.