Muqaddam & Belum Khatam

Today marks another starting point of my learning journey. I’ve realised that every time I am at this point, anytime of my life, I feel energised and alive. There is something magical about being a beginner. There is a mix of emotions that rarely come together in life and the I feel it in full consciousness.

May this point always be present in my life for conscious of living is the best way to feel gratitude. Let there be life an gratitude.


That extreme mastery is the result of about 10,000 hours of experience, rather than the result of extreme talent. Talent is nice, but an obsessive commitment to ‘take massive action’, as Robbins would say, matters more.


“Hope has two beautiful daughters; their names are Anger and Courage. Anger at the way things are, and Courage to see that they do not remain as they are.” – Augustine of Hippo (354-430) –

To learn winning…

This quotation was sent to me by one of my coaches. It is by Harvey Penick, a professional golfer and coach that has coached my Golf Hall of Fame luminaries. 

“I learn teaching from teacher. I learn golf from golfers. I learn winning from coaches.”

Thank you Suri for a lovely quotation on coaching.