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Gender Shaming, Biases and Vitamin Art

Miloni's story is not a heroes tale. It is about the small but tedious battles we have to fight every day. Her passion for art saved her and maybe that is all that we need to keep going.

Differentiating Between The Inner Critic And Inner Bully

The Inner Critic, is not a bully at all. It’s your inner voice that tells you how you could have done something better or what currently lacks in your creation.

You’ll Slip. Don’t Fall.

Breaking ties with your Inner Bully is not going to be that easy. There will be days where it will be stronger than your will to get over it. You will slip, everyone does. Just don't fall.

From Fighting Anorexia To Becoming Spider-man | Parthiv Shah

Parthiv suffers from Borderline Anorexia. Being a superhero buff, Parthiv started drawing inspiration from those who wore capes, crawled on buildings and punched evil right in the face. This is Parthiv's journey - from overcoming anorexia to accepting and becoming the superhero he was always meant to be.

Get On With A Routine

Routines are dull. Routines are boring. Routines actually help.

Inner Bullies Are Like Dementors

You Inner Bully is a mellow version of a Dementor, but the more you feed it, the more sinister it grows. Here's how you can summon your Patronus to shoot down your Inner Bully.

Warren Buffet’s 2 Lists Strategy

Whether you have a single point agenda or a laundry list of goals you want to achieve in this lifetime, this approach will keep you on the path of achieving all of it.

We Need To Talk: Shaming

A series of conversations with people who’ve showed me how to move on and stand out from all the unnecessary chatter. Their story brings to the table a much needed discussion.

The Bigger Picture

Keeping a Bigger Picture in mind is a constant reminder to where you are headed. On days you feel less inspired or really run down, open it up and read it. Remind yourself of why you started what you did.

Strike Out All Your Fears

Over the years of listening to your Inner Bully, you’d realize that they are not a creative bunch. They usually have the same things to tell you, over and over again. No innovation, nothing different, just the same dry words. What are these words they’re constantly throwing up then?