Re-blog: You Just Can’t Stop Running

Because of last night’s late return home from a wedding event, I slept up late. Though I woke up on time in morning but somehow made myself late in leaving home for work.

Hence, I had to run a little to catch my bus, which was waiting for me at the stop, thankfully. That little running made me realized, after I sat in the bus and collected up broken breaths, that I can’t really run in real life also.

Despite being good at walking long distances, I can’t cover the same distance through running. Which is a definite sign for me that I’m now transitioning into not-that-young-lad-anymore era of my life.

And which is also reminding me today about this piece I wrote back in 2017 about running without any breaks.

Read it out!

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Running out for so long

Sometime, I wish for a break

But there is no slowing down

Or even a pause sign ahead

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B&W Photo Challenge – Those Who Work

Routine or habit, what’s needed to done is important!

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Work Hacks That Will Save You Time

A clock on the wall or that wrist watch in your hand never stops, unless they need a battery replacement πŸ™‚

Time Not Passing

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9 To 5 Urgence

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Friday Quote – Oct 14th

Quote for Friday, October 14th 2016

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On The Road – Rushing Down Below

A look on traffic below from Hasan Square bridge in Karachi.

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Reblog: The Zakota Syndrome – Sitting Idle At Workplace

Exactly a year ago, I published a post on my blog about those individuals who show up everyday in their offices for work but instead welcomed by boredom. All those 9 to 5 workers (including me) goes through this many times and we don’t know what to do when this happens. So on one such day, I wrote up a post for those people and published it here.

Back then, I had no idea that this post of mine will become my #1 viewed post!

That’s right. This post holds the record of my most viewed post and it is still going strong.

If you are sitting idle in your office these days, then this post is for you, my friend.

Enjoy!

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What is the relationship between a 2 decades old TV series catchphrase (about which the world has no idea) and sitting idle at workplace?

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A Conversation On How To Train The Minds We Work With – Part 2

Here is the second part of my conversation with Kally of MiddleMe.net. Click here to read the first part and do let me know your thoughts on this. Also, don’t forget to check out Kally’s website.

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Yesterday, we had invited a wonderful guest, Hammad to talk about his work as a Product Group Expert (PGX in short), today we shall continue to learn about how he motivate his peers and perhaps you can be inspired to do the same with your coworkers!

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A Conversation On How To Train The Minds We Work With

After joining the blogging world, I have met so many people from probably all known corners of the world. I have made new friends too, who share with me their life stories, the adventures they went on to, the places they have seen, their joy and sorrow, their moments of achievements, their falling to the ground but getting back on their feet, their thoughts, their feelings and so much more.

One such friend I made is Kally of MiddleMe.net. I found her website on The Community Pool of Daily Post back in November 2015 I guess. I commented on one of her post then and she replied to it. I started to check her posts on regular basis and commented on them. Continue reading