Experiments of Lifestyle Architecture Lab
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Experiments of Lifestyle Architecture Lab is a show hosted by Himanshu Sachdeva. Himanshu Sachdeva is a lifestyle architect and a self-experimenter. Best known for his Blog – Lifestyle Architecture Lab. In this show he deconstructs personalities who have designed a great lifestyle for themselves, which consists of not only values but more importantly selflessness. This personalities range from entrepreneurs, lifestyle coaches, investors, professional athletes, etc. These conversations dig deep to find out thought process, tools, strategies and tricks that listeners can use. To Learn more go here: www.himanshusachdeva.com.
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In this episode of my podcast show, I talk about reflections, travelling and a quote from Ray Dalio.
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Hey guys this is Himanshu again.
This is December and It’s been long since my last episode. This episode is about the reflection of this year.
From past many years, every December I’ve been taking trips either to my hometown or otherwise someplace far away from Bombay. While on these trips, I keep some portion of the time to meet family and friends and some time for pausing and reflecting on things that have happened over the period of last year. Many of the people I admire and some close friends do some sort of reflection practice.
How I do it is by thinking about the travels I did in the past year, listing down the new people I met or friends I made by visiting photographic timeline in my google photos app or sometimes just by thinking about some specific time. It always amazes me that something incredible had happened on each trip I did.
I also take some time in this reflection exercise to jot down top 5 things of the year which put me forward in the direction I want to head to.
Recently I saw a tweet from Ray Dalio (Incredible Investor and CEO of Bridgewater Associates, one of the world’s largest hedge funds), where he said, 3 things are most important in reflection –
1. Knowing what you really want and jot it down
2. List down the ways to get there and pursue them
3. Repeat no. 2 until you achieve no. 1 and correct path if you feel drifted.
So that’s exactly what I also do in my reflection practice. I jot down the things I want in my life or th