The Last Word: Life Lessons from Randy Pausch’s Last Lecture

If I knew that this was my last blog post, what would I want to say? It’s a thought-provoking question, inspired by the last lecture of Carnegie Mellon professor and alumnus Randy Pausch, a man who left an indelible mark on the world. His lecture, delivered on September 18, 2007, was a captivating testament to […]

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Rethinking Attendance Tracking: Focusing on Work Output Rather than Physical Presence

 photo credit: Pentarux Attendance tracking has long been an essential aspect of managing workplaces, ensuring that employees are present and accounted for. While it plays an important role in specific settings, such as factory shifts and customer-facing jobs, the significance of tracking attendance in other job environments is worth reconsidering. As work becomes more flexible […]

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Time is a Thief: How to Stop it From Stealing Your Life Away

Tempus fugit is a Latin phrase that means “time flies.” It is a timeless expression that has been used for centuries to remind us that time is fleeting and that we should make the most of every moment. Time waits for no one, and it is essential to seize every opportunity that comes our way. […]

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Atomic Habits: The Power of Small Changes

Have you ever felt like you are not getting closer to the person you want to be, even though you set goals for yourself? Atomic Habits by James Clear provides answers to questions like how to break free from bad habits and make good habits automatic. This summary will dive deep into topics like habit […]

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Project management under the moon

I was discussing a project plan that was supposed to have tasks on the 2nd week of September 2010, I interjected: “either delay or advance that by a week”… She was surprised by my words “a week, why???” I explained to her the concept of Ramadan and Eid, so she also asked “When would you […]

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