by Sunil Bali, 05-04-15

In the age of infobesity, infoxication and information overload, the gap between the information we want and the information we receive seems to be increasing.

We’re drowning in a sea of self-promotion and sound bites.

Part of the problem is that too many people spend their time trying to be someone important rather than do something important.

Most people have got it the wrong way around, and can’t see that the more you do what’s important, the more important you’ll be.

Whether its Branson, Beethoven or Buffet, the great achievers have been great visionaries and focused on doing what matters most.

The first quarter of 2015 is over, but there are still three quarters left to make 2015 a wonderful year.

So speak your truth, satisfy your soul, and stay in the visionary position.


One of the funniest scenes from the Life of Brian:

Welease Woger and Welease Bwian

Thanks to Paul for these one-liners:

  1. – that’s a site for sore eyes.
  2. So I said to a Scotsman, "Did you have terrible spots as a kid?" He said, "ac ne."
  3. When I was a kid I used to think an ocean of soda existed, but it was just a Fanta sea.
  4. My nephew was born in 1997. I’ve got condiments in my cupboard older than that.
  5. Like most Liberals, I will do anything for the working classes, anything – apart from mix with them.


Have a great week.