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MORE CREATIVE OR MORE TALENTED?

“See a man who has mastered a weapon, he is humble; in creativity lies such steps to mastery”

Razy Hassan, a great friend from Bangladesh was once thinking about creativity vs talent. He asked me “what is the difference between both or are they the same?” “If not the same, how do you define both?” He requested that I should put up an article on the topic.

This drew me into the world of creativity and talent; made me also put up this question to different professionals and friends.

Talent is a natural, it flows so easily. Talent is like a gift handed over to us, a natural skill. Continue reading MORE CREATIVE OR MORE TALENTED?

RESULT VS PROCESS (HOW YOU MIGHT FAIL EVEN AFTER WINNING)

WHY THE MEANS IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN THE END

 “Without honor, victory is meaningless”

Most at times where we are so focused on the results, we allow the process to suffer.

It is true that results matter a lot. Many people are so focused on getting the results even to the extent that the methods mean so little to them.

You might finally achieve the result but what actually trail the wake of your path? In asset management, there is a particular term called post asset liabilities. Post asset liabilities are debts paid even after one does not own the asset. Did you achieve the result but still pay in terms of failed relationships? Continue reading RESULT VS PROCESS (HOW YOU MIGHT FAIL EVEN AFTER WINNING)