Ever happened to you that you went for buffet breakfast/lunch and by the end of it you feel your stomach is hurting, all the food which you were finding tasty at the start of buffet doesn’t taste that great anymore. And you really wished, that instead of picking everything on plate, you should have picked only few items.

Life is same, we have so many things to do: watch our favorite TV shows, spend time with family, reading your favorite book, work for office, grow in your career, following our hobby, spend time on social media etc.

If we try to do everything together we will not be able to achieve anything and feel dissatisfied. Like trying to scroll social media while watching TV, checking your emails while sitting with you family, planning your vacation while trying to work. What we end up with is a buffet, we did the things we wanted to do, some of it were our favorite things but we didn’t enjoy anything.

What’s the solution?

Acknowledging the problem and realising there is really a problem to be solved, is the first step towards solution.

I can give you my way of solving it, but then that will be my way. If you understand and relate to the problem, I am sure your solutions are just a google away.

There are number of books, podcasts, youtube videos and blogs talking about solution to this problem. You just have to ask right question.

Still if I have to give you a hint, I will say find solution to the buffet problem, that how you make sure when you go for buffet you ensure that you stomach don’t hurt by end of it, and you feel satisfied.


Rakesh Kalra

Hello, I am Rakesh. I have more than 15 years of experience working on IT projects, where I have worked on varied complexity of projects and at different levels of roles. I have tried starting my own startups, 3 of those though none of it were successful but gained so much knowledge about business, customers, and the digital world. I love to travel, spend time with my family, and read self-development books.

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