How to Be Remarkable

Stand Out - How to be remarkable

You’re either boring or you stand out.
You’re either invisible or remarkable.
And, all your life, everyone has been pushing you to fit in.
All your life you’re told to keep your head down, work hard, don’t make waves and get it done.

What rubbish.

Here, in 10 easy steps, is how to grow.
How to stand out.
How to get noticed, make a difference and have a shot at the big time.

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Milestone Reached! : 1000 Visits A Day

1000 Visits A Day

Helloos!

So, 1000 visits a day!

Alright, so this month, June 2016 saw a spike in traffic. Since last couple of weeks, total views per day are in 4 digit.

I’m proud of this milestone. I’m humbled by how this site has been helping to fellow travellers to discover new places. Since the beginning of this website, I have always given quality, helpful and no-bullshit content as foremost priority.

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Online For A Year! – My Learnings, Experiences, Analysis and Plans

Celebrating one year of darpandodiya.com

Soooo, it’s been a great year! I started this blog cum website in last August, completing a year in the last week. The analytics show that I’ve received 98, 392 total page views till the moment. Close to 1 lac! In this post, I will share the insights. Insights like, the problems I encountered, some intriguing stories, learning experiences and future plans.

Keep calm and read on! 🙂

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Meet The Tyrion Lannister Of DDU – Hardik Gol!

Hardik-Gol-Featured

Everyday we see celebrities, politicians, cricketers and personalities talking about themselves, via videos, interviews, newspapers etc. They all have two characteristics in common.
1. They are famous
2. They are unique in their field

But, what about someone who’s unique, has fascinating stories to share but not so famous? That’s where this post is directed to.

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Remember To Put The Glass Down!

A psychologist walked around a room while teaching stress management to an audience. As she raised a glass of water, everyone expected they’d be asked the“half empty or half full” question. Instead, with a smile on her face, she inquired:

“How heavy is this glass of water?”

Answers called out ranged from 8 oz. to 20 oz.

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