I’m a student and a writer from Colombo, Sri Lanka. I write about stuff I learn. You can find my writing here.
I’m an ambivert, a recovering digital addict, natively bilingual, an occasional contrarian, an autodidact and an aspiring vagabond.
This blog hosts my writing on self-learning, awareness, observations, philosophy, psychology, entrepreneurship, marketing, lifestyle design, effective studying, and more.
Things I do daily: read, write, study, exercise, and drink tea.
I started writing around 2018, after being inspired by my favourite authors and bloggers — Tim Ferriss, Seth Godin, Mark Manson, Tim Urban, and more.
Other than writing, reading or…
If you are overwhelmed with your thoughts or have more ideas than your fingers could count, better get them organised.
If you are looking to pick up a habit, choose writing. Doesn’t mind if it’s a tweet, a blog post, a memo or an email. Write more to get better.
Organise those tangled thoughts into a page. When you change your mind — you will, open another page, and write more. You will revise your words and refine your thoughts simultaneously while writing.
Writing is feedback for the writer to find herself. It is a way of finding out. Put…
I was reading this blog post by Tim Ferriss the other day (as I read blog posts before my writing sessions to let my creative juices flow) and one part of this post caught my attention. I re-read that part multiple times and thought this could be relevant to my life. As I kept pondering I eventually decided to take some action from this newly learned bit of wisdom. Here’s my favourite part from his post:
“…look for single decisions that remove hundreds or thousands of other decisions.
This was one of the most important lessons Jim [Collins] learned from…