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The Big Mouth – The First Step to My Success

  • September 7, 2020

I have spent my last weekend watching the whole series of The Last Dance. It was such a great learning experience. It’s filmed so well but what makes it great is the story behind the Chicago Bulls’ success who dominated the 90’s NBA championship. There were many good lessons to learn like teamwork, focus, and determination but the ones that stand out the most are the hard work, work ethic,…

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Keep falling, keep rising, keep pedaling and you will learn to ride

  • September 5, 2020

I tried my legs on Peloton for the first time, which helped me burn more than 1000 calories today. Cycling was and will always be my favorite thing to do. And I can’t just forget all those memories I have, associated with cycling. From trying to race with other kids and with every other vehicle running on India’s streets to getting my friend’s bicycle stolen in the US, the memories…

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And Finally I am doing this

  • September 4, 2020

March 26th, 2015, it was the day when Casey Neistat started his daily Vlog. Documenting every day and putting it on Youtube. I don’t know what’s going on precisely on his mind. But, right now, my mind is pretty fucked up. Multiple threads are running in my head, causing next to zero productivity. And I hate nothing more than wasting time, which I have been doing more or less for…

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Happy New Year to All!

  • January 2, 2020

I am grateful to so many people who have made my 2019 such an amazing year of my life. I know what it’s feel like when you have nothing, which embedded me this feeling of gratitude and not take anything, anybody or any opportunity for granted. First, I want to thank the wonderful people of SiO DIGITAL and CNG Digital Marketing for accepting me in their family and for so much love they have…

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Life

And The Storytelling of my Life Begins here

  • September 1, 2019

To all my friends, relatives and acquaintances, Lately I have been struggling with the comfort zone I am in and want to come out of it. There are goals which I thought I will achieve in my twenties but I am way behind of those. I have also realized that I am not alone and there are few others who are on the same page. Some already gave up and…

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I run marathons to remind me of who I am

  • June 16, 2019
A collage of three marathons ran by Karan Jain with a finisher medal in his hand

On June 2nd, 2019, I ran another Rock ‘n’ Roll marathon here in San Diego. I didn’t finish it in the time I expected I would, but it was still my personal best with 5 hours and 5 mins. My projection time was 4 hours and 40 mins. But I started struggling with the ache in my lower back after mile 18. Nevertheless, I was happy that I didn’t give…

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If You are Going to Try Go All the Way – Charles Bukowski

  • October 1, 2018

Among all the motivational pieces I have read and listened, the poems from Charles Bukowski, The Laughing Heart and Roll The Dice, are one of my favorites. They are just different, they just clicked instantly with me. I heard them for the first time in a YouTube video of Mateusz M called The Mind . However the video has been put together brilliantly and Tom O’Bedlam’s voice is strong and…

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Pursue what you believe in no matter what

  • May 7, 2018

This is in continuation of my previous post and second part of my decision-making series. I highly recommend you read that before continue reading this. All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them. – Walt Disney I believe most of the things I have experienced and think, resonates with others. Let me share an experience of my life which will convey the message behind…

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The art of making decisions and skipping the moment of regret

  • May 5, 2018

For most people I know, I see that making decisions is one of the hardest things to do because sometimes it can turn into one of the scariest things in life, i.e., Regret! There is always this anxiety before making any decision that what if it turns out to be a bad idea. This thought, this anxiety, this fear stops them from doing what they really wanted to do in…

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Why I fear of comfort zone more than discomfort

  • April 21, 2018

I feel it fascinating to look at my past, study what I did, how it turned out for me, and draw a conclusion. Many companies have put this into practice where they study collected data and extract profitable information from it for further growth of the company. We call it data mining. I think it is also applicable at the individual level for self-development. And thus, I do it now…

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