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19
Aug

Saturday Surprise #4: ” तुम चलो तो हिंदुस्तान चले”

Hello, Mitron! today is 19th August and 33rd Saturday of 2017 out of 52. As always here I am with our Saturday surprise.

Most of the time we use to think India should be like that or like this. But we don’t show courage to stand and work to make India as we all want to see it. We can talk about it and curse the government and all other officials why things are like that. So, today’s surprise is Times of India’s advertisement “तुम चलो तो हिंदुस्तान चले”.

You can be that first kid who chose to work on the problem instead of talking about it and complaining about it. India will change only if you are willing to initiate the change.

So, what are you thinking now find out the biggest obsession you are suffering from and start working on that bit by bit.

A person can lead the mob, be the one to start and people will join you.

 

Happy Saturday!

12
Aug

Saturday Surprise #3: “Don’t doubt yourself” by Varun Agarawal

Hello Friends, how was your last week? As always here I am with another Saturday Surprise #4. For a reminder, today(12th Aug 2017) is the  32nd Saturday of 2017 out of  52.  As we have completed our 50% of 2017 and still thinking of starting to work on our dreams that we have planned in January. So, for inspiring all of you and make you aware that time is passing and 2017 is already also reaching  to its half century

So, for inspiring all of you and make you aware that time is passing and 2017 is already also reaching to its half century today’s surprise is Ink Talk by Varun Agarwal. Continue Reading..

05
Aug

Saturday Surprise #2: A 50-cent microscope that folds like origami

Hello, Friends!, How are you doing this weekend?   Hope! you have enjoyed our first Saturday Surprise. If you hadn’t checked yet, check it now. For a reminder, today(5th Aug 2017) is the  31st Saturday of 2017 out of  52. And here is our second Saturday Surprise.

My pick for today’s surprise is a talk by  Prof. Manu Prakash one brilliant scientist who is trying to solve our complex problems with easy going handy methods.

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29
Jul

Saturday Surprise #1

Hello, Friends! enjoying the weekend. We are starting our new section in Yuvanatahan Blog name Saturday Surprise. And as the name suggests you what we are going to post under this name is a surprise. It may be some videos of your favourite cartoon episode, or my favourite music,  or may be some good talk. It can be anything. Be excited to open a bundle of surprise every Saturday.

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27
Jul

First Principle thinking: Elon Musk’s way to solve the problems

Elon is perhaps the world’s most innovative and successful entrepreneur. He is a  nonconformist and thinks that he can change the world. He is one of those few human beings who think differently, out of league someone can ever imagine.

Elon’s company SpaceX has developed a new technology to reuse the orbital launch system as many times as you want. The idea of reusing the orbital launch system can save a lot of money and make space mission more economical. It’s brilliant, isn’t it? Tesla Sedan S and other electric vehicles are also another examples of his excellent innovative thinking.

So, the question is how does Elon think differently than us? In many of his interview, Elon has talked about his way of think differently and is called First Principle Thinking.  and anyone can use this principle to solve problems in the more generic way.

What is first principle thinking?

In Elon’s  words ” First principle is a physics way of looking at the world, what that really means is that you boil things down to the most fundamental truths and then reason up from there…that takes a lot more mental energy.”

How will it help you?

Reasoning by first principle is important because it helps you to break down the situation at ground level and look at the fundamental facts. Understanding of the fundamental facts of the situation can help you to develop your own way to solve a problem rather than looking it as the rest of world thinks.

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