3.25 Books every founder needs to read

November 11, 2021

Founders operate in uncertainty, and many believe nothing can prepare you for it. ‘You’ve got to take the leap of faith and do it’ they’ll say, but that’s a ridiculous advice in my opinion. We can always learn from the experts and mentors. You aren’t the first founder/entrepreneur on earth and your problems aren’t as unique as you imagine them to be.

What makes a great logo? Prefinery Case Study

December 30, 2021

I’ve been working on branding/rebranding projects for over a decade, and most of them involve logo redesign. While we all know the importance of great logo design, do we know what makes a great logo? One of the most common question from my client meetings would be - what is great logo? How do you […]

Three things UX bootcamps MUST teach

February 6, 2022

Two years ago, I completed my full time UX design diploma at BrainStation, Toronto. Having worked with UX designers in my previous roles, my goal was to gain a deeper understanding of the design process so that I can collaborate with designers more effectively.  I really enjoyed the experience and met some great people, while […]

Setting up my Personal Knowledge Management (PKM) System

March 25, 2022

Personal Knowledge Management (PKM) or Second Brain has become very popular in the past couple of years. In this blog post, I've shared my PKM beginnings, and all that I've learnt from Nick Milo's Linking Your Thinking workshop.

Becoming a Morning Person

April 1, 2022

'All successful people wake up before sunrise' my mom would always tell me growing up. She tried her best to make me get out of bed early, but unfortunately it didn't work. As far as I remember I was never a morning person, or so I thought.

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