See ya!

August 19, 2006

The purpose of this blog just doesn’t excite me any more. I’m taking some time out and contemplating renewal. I don’t want to feel forced to blog and not provide valuable content. It’s frustrating when you want to write, but don’t know what to write. I don’t call it “writer’s block” or anything like that, I just know that I’m not meant to write anything now. So I’m taking a break, and I may post here again in the future. For now, I wish you well and I hope the existing content keeps you company.

If you wish to follow another of my blog, check it out:

It’s called “Letters to the Self” and can be read at


Our Gift To The World

July 6, 2006

Check out Andy Shaw’s brilliant new project – Our Gift To The World. Andy and his team have come up with a great way to donate to your favorite charities without even spending a penny. Please check out the website and show your support.

Here are some of the benefits for YOU:

  • Donate to your chosen charity without putting any money in yourself
  • Create a large measurable result with very little to absolutely no effort
  • Donate more to your charity just by recommending it to someone else
  • Donate more to your charity from everyone they recommend it to
  • Everyone in your contact list should be happy to sign up for this since it is 100% aimed at helping others in a very efficient manner.
  • A chance to work for our charity from your home whenever you have a spare 5 minutes
  • Full recognition for all of that!
  • Here’s the website: Our Gift To The World

    What’s happening in Kavit’s world!

    June 18, 2006

    Hey folks! I've been out of touch from here since the 2nd, and for me, it seems a hell of a long time. I've just spent the last two days at Warren Borsje's New World Education Millionaire Bootcamp in London, and it's been absolutely eye-opening, even for me in the wealth speaking industry. Check out the line up of speakers I experienced: Warren Borsje, Andy Harrington, Mark Anastasi, Jenny Armato, Jamie McIntyre, Nik Halik, Jarl Moe and Rick Otton! I highly recommend you put your bum on one of their seminar seats – you'll give yourself the gift of real education.

    Also, I've been busy with several speaking opportunities. I've done a lot of networking dinner appearances talking about my work and seminars, and I have a seminar next Saturday so I'm just getting that underway in my head!

    I'm also getting ready for my holiday in the Far East so with a family of five, a little bit of planning needs to go into that to ensure everyone's accomodated for. If you've ever been on a family holiday, you know what I mean!

    And I've just taken on another employee in the company, and with that comes a lot of training as you can imagine. Time taken up there again.

    I'm not going to complain I don't have enough hours in the day, 'coz I do! It's just my body's taking its toll. I'm not feeling too energised and healthy at the moment. I did a body fat test on Saturday, and I'm "obese" in accordance to my age. The funny thing is, I'm skinny as a stick. The obesity is inside! I'll have that all sorted by next Saturday. That's my large goal of the week. If you're at my seminar next weekend, I'll even prove it to you.

    So, that's all for now folks! I want to leave you with some exciting links…

    Staflow! You’ve gotta visit this!

    May 19, 2006

    Check out my friend, Shilpa Unalkat at her amazingly new website: Staflow. I must admit, the logo is pretty impressive. Don't you think?

    Shilpa released her first book, "Corporate Head, Spiritual Heart" early this year and I wrote a book review on it. I highly suggest you check it out. It'll treat you well in your life and career.

    Read the Review and Get the Book!

    Featured in The Carnival of Business

    May 8, 2006

    My article, Successful Marketing, is featured in The Carnival of Business.

    Take a look here.

    Global Issues That Affect Everyone

    May 5, 2006

    If there is one website that I highly recommend in order to help you stay aware and in the driving seat of your life, it's Global Issues. Global Issues is a website set up by my friend, Anup Shah in 1998 as a hobby. Although Anup is armed with a computer science degree, his interest lies with global issues and that took him to set up a great informative website. As of May 2006, it has over 400 articles and 7000 links to websites, reports, analysts, etc.

    The Global Issues website looks into global issues that affect everyone and aims to show how most issues are inter-related. It's resources are being used by students, lecturers and others as an inside guide into global issues and what's going on. It contains up-to-the date information to do with topical issues such as foreign aid, energy security, Honk Kong's WTO, global warming and the G8 debt spin.

    Now why am I recommending this website to you? The mission of my writing here is to really share anything valuable that will help increase one's awareness. By increasing your awareness, you are able to make more informed choices and effective decisions with less clutter. You live a life with joy, passion and energy.

    Anup says, "I feel that instead of quick sound bites and limited context, a deeper understanding of the issues is important because it helps us understand how we got to where we are today. Only then can we begin to contemplate and effectively plan where we are headed and what that implies for the societies and peoples of today and tomorrow."

    I totally agree. Although I believe that the answers are within you, the environment tends to have a bearing as to which way you go and which you form your outcomes. Check out the Global Issues website.

    A New Look

    May 2, 2006

    Many committed readers will notice a new look to this site. It's Spring time – a time for rejoice, rejuvenation and clutter-clearing. As I have been out of touch slightly and have been inconsisently blogging for much of April, I thought that I would give the blog a new look and then continue my Spring thoughts, learnings and ideas. Enjoy!