Saturday, March 3, 2018

What are some great study habits to adopt?

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  1. Use table/bench instead of a bed
  2. Try to wake up in morning and meet the ends
  3. Have a 10-minute workout. Doing few PT exercises may suffice.
  4. Try hardcopies instead of pdf.
  5. Use highlighters and sketches.
  6. Stick to the routine
  7. Keep your table clean
  8. Make a To-Do_List
  9. Read theories before searching YouTube videos for the same
  10. Use good quality notebooks
  11. Don’t listen to songs often while studying. Listening Music and listening songs are two different things
  12. Stay away from your cell phone.
  13. Don’t watch comedy videos/stand up comedies to entertain yourself in between your long stretches of study.
  14. Have a circle of few studious friends.
  15. Drink a lot of water.
Hope it helps.

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Friday, January 12, 2018

How do I speak like Mr. Shashi Tharoor? I know constant practice but can anyone help and make me a flowchart for it?

Mr Tharoor was born in 1956 in London. He has been schooled in the best institutions that our nation has to offer. He has been an avid reader. In an interview with Bijoy Bharathan, he has mentioned and I quote:

“During my school days, I had taken it upon myself to finish reading one book every day — cover to cover for an entire year. By the end of the year, I had read almost 365 books — not really fat books per se, but those that I could finish in a day. I knew what I was setting myself up for.”

I would also like to draw your attention towards one of the passages mentioned in his wiki page that clearly states his appetite for literature.

Tharoor began writing at the age of 6, and his first published story appeared in the Sunday edition of The Free Press Journal, in Mumbai at age 10. His World War II adventure novel Operation Bellows, inspired by the Biggles books, was serialised in the Junior Statesman starting a week before his 11th birthday.

He has worked for 3 decades at United Nations working in various departments and in different countries.

All of those things: his career, his writing appetite, his schooling, sums him up, his persona, his intelligence and of course his speaking skill.

If you want to speak like Mr. Throor, gain knowledge as much as you can, work hard as much as you can, steal the opportunities as much as you can and in the end earn the rep as much as you can.
In the end you would have words to say, stage to speak, crowd to whom you may convince, confidence to sail and one day, someone would compliment you saying, “You truly remind me of Mr. Shashi Tharoor”

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How would Shashi Tharoor say "I love you"?

Tharoor: You are exotic my lady. The way you shimmer into this ecclesiastical edifice, bedecked with jewellery, fragrant with attar of roses may even cuff Hebe. And your attire my dame. There ain’t another outfit on this pale blue dot that balances better the twin feminine urges to conceal and reveal. There is this fallacy that you ain’t going to be in cahoot with someone. But the myths have anecdotal accretions, almost all apocryphal. This distance now suffuses my heart, stifle my breathing and perhaps I can’t help my involuntary stride to you accentuated by the erratic speed of the celluloid. I have fallen for you my marquise, completely smitten. Forgive me for my effrontery and spunk but bluntly speaking my mademoiselle, je t'aime.

Lady (dials someone on her cell and speaks): Haan pandit jee, Yeh Lodhi state aa jaiye aur saara samaan leke aaiyega.

Tharoor: :D

Thug Life :p

Note 1: He has used almost 75% of the exact words and lines in his works like Riot, The Great Indian Novel and The Five-Dollar smile.

Note 2: Dr Tharoor is very fluent in French too. Click Here

Hope it helps.

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