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Pick Your Story, Make Changes Your Business,



The paths, conscious and unconscious, create our stories of business and personal life.

Stories are the basis of our lives. that we live our lives. The way we experience the world is essentially the stories we put into it. This also is true for our business (and that doesn’t matter, that is to say, if you’re an official owner of a company or not – you are the status of a “business”). It doesn’t matter if it means arriving at the right time, working in an office, or managing the site or team. It is still an enterprise, and you are running it by the story you tell. Everything that you think is possible or not is based on your story. You could declare, “That’s the truth, from my own experience,” and that’s fair enough; however, this isn’t the complete picture. Your experience isn’t on its own doing anything. It’s how you interpret this experience that makes up your story. That narrative is what you base your decisions on.

“So how can I alter my life?” might be the following question. But what happens if it’s all about changing the story more than selecting it?

(I have had a great conversation with the president of the company and “chief of storytelling” for Steller Collective, Kindra Hall, on a show on my podcast. We ended up talking about the art of storytelling in depth.) Hall is an authority in the field and has been acknowledged by several well-known publications.

If we’re unhappy with the circumstances of our lives, we often find ourselves in the realm of judgment and blame, which can lead to a need to make radical changes. This can be the case as we get closer to “middle age,” as in the term “mid-life problem.”

I have placed these terms in quotation marks because they’re just terms that I have applied to what I believe could be more precisely defined. A mid-life crisis, to me, is essentially the realization that you’ve lived your lives on other people’s rules. It typically occurs in middle age, when the shocking realization that our lives have (in theoretical terms) shorter time remaining in them is brought into harsh reality. Every bit of “manana” thinking throws us into a panic about the possibility that our personal goals may not come true.

We could also reflect and consider the amount of time we’ve wasted trying to figure out what another person advised us to do. The most common mistake made in response is believing that the outcomes weren’t all that bad or that we did not wish for one of them. The truth is, we did, at some level, wish for a lot of what’s happened within our daily lives. In the case of the example, if we’ve sat and waited in the loop of our subconscious, We’ve decided to stop engaging. It shouldn’t be a surprise that what awaited us was not what we had desired and instead seemed to be a chaotic sequence of events.

Remember that there’s no benefit in inviting judgment into this scenario before you begin getting yourself in a bind over the instances when you played video games instead of attending classes or spent longer than you should have in bed. When you judge yourself for the past, you’re merely placing negative energy on situations, people, locations, and other things that aren’t there now. The only present thing is the present; you can make fresh choices, so why burden that with the negative energy of the past?

The purpose of all this is to help you realize the necessity of choosing your own story, not altering it because something different from what you’ve experienced may not necessarily be better.

“But how do I gain control of my story on Earth?” you may think, “when I’ve been out of the driver’s seat so long?”

Keep in mind that this is an account of a narrative. The way you view reality is determined by yourself and the story you’re running. If you’re a person with a negative approach and consider all human endeavors as useless and futile, then guess what… it will be difficult to be unable to find satisfaction in all of them.

A sturdy enough “Why” will withstand any “How.”

Your business is just as important as any other aspect you live in. If you’re looking to improve it, it’s best, to begin with, your own story. The stories you tell yourself form your beliefs which is the doorway to the possibility. It’s not enough to throw the door open and hope for things to happen, but you can take on the work of opening it. If you can get yourself to the place where you ask, “Why not?” you will already be operating on a different story.

We’re often surrounded by individuals in business who think that something isn’t possible. They are the ones who be like this, and it’s okay, but you may benefit from hearing their opinion since blind, uncontrolled ambition can harm results (and most often, health). If you’re running the right message -that the desired outcome is entirely possible and you don’t have to control the exact method of bringing it to fruition, then the answers that answer the “no” will be presented.

This, however, isn’t the result of magic or life coach and jargon. It’s the way your brain works. The Retinal activating system (RAS) is only a small component of the brain, but it’s the primary gatekeeper through that information gets to your conscious brain. It ranks the billions of pieces of information thrown at it each second by various senses to help you sort out essential information. This is what you would like to have on your side in setting goals.

The thing to remember about the RAS, however: it isn’t able to be argued with at the intellectual scale… but not really. It is a result of decades of emotional input; this is why you feel immediately when you hear someone call your name amid a crowd or see an eye watching you through an ocean of people. To get your RAS to begin noticing the possibilities and solutions that will lead you to your desired goal, you need to provide it with information that these opportunities are out in the world waiting to be discovered. It would help if you persuaded it to believe that such items are safe and desirable.

This is why a story is crucial and why taking your self-confidence out of the equation is essential. Think about it this way When you are talking about how unfair things are (and we’ve been guilty of it at some point or the other), it is your narrative, and your ego doesn’t wish to be challenged since it will get you out of the ring for your perceived mistakes. So, your story is based on victimhood. Why?

Are we destroying our environment?

There is a confirmation bias that we see in various aspects of life. We are all used to setting up their flags and agreeing to live our life on a mountain — their egos hinder their progress, and they let the RAS just search for proof that they’re correct. However, imagine the possibilities you’d have by harnessing the power of confirmation bias to find an avenue to live your dream life. What can you accomplish? Where can your company go?

The increasing tendency to rely on ego-driven stories could, at a minimum, be due to the rise of social media. We often put much of the blame on the tech-opoly in the present, and maybe for an excellent reason. With the constant bombardment of carefully curated images and other data and information, it’s not surprising that our unconscious programming has changed. Also, we see mental health disorders such as anxiety and depression increasing and can be explained by the growing sense that we’re no longer in charge of our unconscious.

The first step to returning to living a life that is consciously planned is to awaken our attention to the present. Don’t judge or attempt to control things; instead, we must be conscious. Once we are aware, we can begin to make a new story from a sane, holistic space. If you start to be more involved in your life and choose the best for yourself and your business, you’ll begin to get better results in your work.

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How to Make the Most of Your Day While Working at Home



Working from home offers great flexibility. But sometimes, you may feel distracted or distant from the work at hand. If you find it difficult to maximize your productivity when working from home, you’re not alone. So here is how to make the most of your day while working at home.  

Start Your Day Off Right 

An easy habit to fall into when working from home is rolling out of bed and onto the computer. When you start getting into this habit, you are losing valuable time you can use to start your day off right. Try instating a morning routine to get energized and in the right mindset for the day. 

Pick an outfit to work in that isn’t pajamas. Dressing the part can push you to be more productive throughout the day. Being ready for the day will also prevent you from wasting time putting yourself together for video meetings or impromptu on-screen chats. 

Set Up Working Hours 

When you’re working from home, it can be easy to move from task to task with little rhyme or reason. When you don’t have set working hours, you can easily start procrastinating instead. To avoid this you need to set up working hours for yourself. 

The best part about working from home is setting up these hours in whatever way works best for you. You may want to work in a two-hour burst with breaks in-between. Or you might prefer blocking off four-hour blocks in the morning and evening with time in the middle of the day for other activities. No matter how you decide to split it up, you will be more productive and accountable when you set up concrete working hours throughout the day. 

Organize Your Space 

One of the difficulties of working from home is your personal life and work-life blending together. It can be impossible to focus on your work if there is a big pile of dishes in your line of vision. You can take time out of your work from home day to keep your space organized. 

During one of your breaks you can organize all of those dishes on a sink rack so they aren’t cluttering your space. If you’re not sure how to clean that space, you can check out some great over-the-sink rack options too. 

Doing small organizational tasks throughout your day can keep your home consistently clean as well. So you can always have a peaceful place to do your work. 

Plan Out Your Day 

With seemingly endless time during the day when working from home, you can easily make the most of your day by planning it out. There are many different methods for planning your day. You can use a classic planner to block out important meetings, dates, and deadlines. 

If you have to work on multiple projects at once, then using project management software can help you keep everything organized. Using planning tools can also help you set milestones and goals in your work. 

If you were in an office, these goals may have been set by a manager. But when you’re working from home it can help to see your own goals and deadlines on a planner to point you in the right direction. From here, you can start breaking down tasks into actionable items. Then, you’ll be able to work on them in your dedicated working hours and make the most of your day. 

Take Thoughtful Breaks 

When you work at home you can make the most out of your breaks. You can do different activities to keep yourself energized and ready to conquer more tasks. Take these times throughout the day to work on yourself. You can do activities on your breaks like:

  • Reading a chapter of a book
  • Doing a 15-minute workout
  • Taking a stroll with your dog
  • Running a quick errand 

When you are working at home, you have the flexibility to incorporate your ideal lifestyle into your workday. So try to use your break times to do things that you wouldn’t be able to do if you worked at an office. 


Working from home is the new normal for most people. Finding ways to make the most of your day may feel overwhelming, but it’s a great way to plan out your tasks and improve productivity. So get out there and make every day great while working from home. 

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Even though the Kashmir Great Lakes Trek has been awarded the title of Gateway to the Eden;One can still define its immense beauty.The Great Lakes Trek in Kashmir is one of the best treks in Kashmir.The beauty is so rich and unique that it dominates every other breathtaking place in the world.Still,competing with each other for the crown of ‘Most Charming One’.


It is not uncommon to find such beauty and adventure in a single trek.Well,the Kashmir Great Lakes trek is also not ordinary.The long trek of 8 days and nights crosses 4 passes in just one trek. It sounds unusual,but it’s true.


The entire trail is full of attractive and clear views.This means that thoughts remain free from all obstacles.You will not find any human settlement or forest chain,or any other obstacle that can block your view at such a height.


Apart from its breathtakingly beautiful views, this Kashmir trek also has a thrilling stretch along the way.How to go hiking close to POK border? Part of the trek travels along Pakistan Occupied Kashmir.Does it sound tempting or terrifying?You decide.


One thing you must note about KGL- it is always about the journey and not the destination.Walk through 6 different meadows marked with flowers and 7 different ancient Kashmir Great Lakes.They are giving competition to each other in terms of their beauty.


Translated as‘Naked Mountain Nanga Parbat has the highest mountain face in the world.Also,it is the ninth highest mountain in the world.Nanga Parbat has tremendous vertical relief which makes the climb deadly. Exciting, right!The Kashmir Great Lakes Trek is often abbreviated to KGL. One of the most ornate treks in this entire wonderful country.Join us on a journey through vast meadows, sparkling lakes, stunning landscapes and much more.


Shekdur Campsite (also known as Tabletop) is the first destination on the Kashmir Great Lakes trek.It is a vast grassland with flat meadows and is surrounded by forest and mountains.Sonmarg valley can be seen at some distance from this point. The sunrise from this place is really spectacular.The place also has a shepherd’s hut where one can get snacks like tea, kahwa and Maggi.


The trek starts from a small village called Sitakari near Sonmarg.The trail begins by going up and down dense forests, crossing rivers and streams.As you progress, you will pass through endless meadows and landscapes with all shades of green and brown.You will also cross high altitude passes like Gadsar Pass and Jaz Pass where you may also get snow depending on the season.


During the 07 days of your visit to this beautiful place, you will be trekking and hiking in a country where life is simple and the air is thin.Kashmir Great Lakes Trek gives an opportunity to witness the lifestyle of the people of Kashmir.There are also some shepherd’s huts on the trail where nomadic tribesmen of Gurjars and Bakharwals live with their cattle.These people are the most polite and lovely people.


The Kashmir Great Lakes Trek is a unique experience for many reasons.The trekking route offers a unique variety of landscapes and views of spectacular,snow-capped mountains such as Mount Harmukh.The geography and changing seasons have made it unique from looking like trekking to other parts of the Indian Himalayas.The untouched beauty of this remote place has its own charm which you will not find anywhere else in the Indian Himalayas.


Each day you’ll be camping in the gorgeous meadows on the shores of alpine lakes.Each campsite on the Great Lakes Trek is beautiful,although individually, our camp near Krishnasar Lake was the prettiest.If the moonlight is weak then you can see millions of stars at night and also the Milky Way.The views of the camps during sunrise and sunset were absolutely magical.It is recommended to extend the itinerary by a day or two as buffer day.That you can spend the extra day at one of the camping sites and enjoy the raw and beautiful.


As the name suggests the Kashmir Great Lakes Trek takes you through more than 12 alpine lakes.Where each lake is prettier than the other.An interesting thing about these lakes is that some lakes are named after Hindu deities.With their immense beauty and turquoise colored water,these lakes are a visual delight for the trekkers.

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Every person wants to decorate his beloved house a bit like the planet of his dreams, whether it’s small or big. Tapestry is one among the  ways to offer an excellent look to the house. No matter whether the home is big or small, these tapestries provide a stylish  look to the house .Today time tapestries are used in unique and  very different ways.  The primary room in the entire house is the living room and it definitely provides the best impression to the guests visiting your home.

Wall tapestry is a great way to design a way to make the walls look attractive. You are also  able to express yourself and your aesthetic sense in the stylish possible way by designing your house. There are many tips which  help you beautify your home in the best possible way even without an interior designer.

10 living room wall décor ideas

1)  Hanging Geometric Winter Snowflake Cutout

This living room exudes the spirit of a bright winter day. The roaring fireplace, plush white rug, and adorable sledge-shaped coffee table all come together to create a playful setting. Geometric snowflakes hanging on the wall accentuate the theme while adding modern texture. The warm yellow paint on the wall shines through the cutouts in the decor, making you wonder whether you’re looking at a glistening snowflake or a gleaming sun.

2)  Colorful local cartography

A map is a great way to bring the outside world into your home. This bright and colorful map stands in front of a white wall and fills the room with excitement. Bold patterned pillows pull off shades of pink and orange and help tie the room together. You can choose to hang either a map of your country or a map of a place you would love to visit one day.

3)  Funky Square Wall Decor Ideas

Many fine examples of art take advantage of the colored paint below. This set of patterned squares stands apart from the plain green wall; The space between each square becomes a new part of the design. The swirling combination of black and white is interesting but not too busy, which makes it a great choice for living room wall decor.

4)  Rainbow Ribbon Hanging Wall Decoration

Who said there should be curtains for windows? This lovely piece uses a curtain rod to hang it off the wall. Each ribbon matches a color elsewhere in the room. The ribbons flutter with every light breeze, adding a bit of momentum to the room’s design. Consider hanging some string lights behind it to create an eye-catching glow.

5)  moody blue abstract floral painting

This color matches perfectly with the brightly colored coffee table in this painting. The simple room design works well with an intricate piece of art to create a modern and moody feel.

6)  Elegant Golden Living Room Wall Decor

This piece of art is delicate and ornate. Simple gray lines and shimmering gold paint add to bring out the image of beautiful flowers. This type of art wall adds class and luxury to the design of the room. Pair it with other golden embellishments to really bring out the color and shine.

7)  Colorful abstract art piece

This room has white walls and a white sofa, which means there is nothing to distract from the gorgeous colorful painting. The design is abstract but spectacular; Each splash of paint brings out the mood and emotion. Flowers and plants have been placed on either side of the painting to frame it with natural colours.

8)  Pattern Paper Chain Curtain Design

Have you ever made chains of paper as a kid? This unique piece of art takes a classic technique and brings it to a whole new level. Each series is cleverly threaded with different colored episodes. There’s color, speed, and curiosity in this decor.

9)  Simple Stencil Living Room Wall Decor Ideas

Sometimes art hangs on bare walls. And sometimes, the art is the wall. This design takes advantage of a  geometric pattern to create something visually pleasing. The triangles point away from the vertices, making the space appear larger than it actually is. 

10)        Three Panel Thematic Print Art

A Tripitaka is a piece of art expressed in three panels. These artsy prints all fit the same delightful pineapple theme. Matching golden frames tie the pieces together and add a touch of class to the gallery wall. A neutral sofa features throw pillows that have been chosen to match the printed colors; The result is warm, fun and definitely trendy.

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