Moner Bondhu’s radio show

From Moner Bondhu we try to develop a radio show at Colours FM 101.6. The show relates psychological treatment and counseling on different mental crisis.

Amar Moner Kotha is the title name of the show. Presenter Ratna and Producer Asha Aman is involved with the show.

After some years involvement at Newspaper and TV station I truly get this radio involvement in my career. 

At that night I operate the telephone calls for the show along with Himel.

Mustafizur Rahaman Tapu bhai was the guest and talked about exam stress management.

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Trending #UncleColumbusCalling

To add new chapter at my life I’m trying to use this Hashtag Words #UncleColumbusCalling.

You know Christopher Columbus titled as the discoverer of America.

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So what do you think about this hashtag and what is the meaning of the image I add on this post?
Would you please tell me!



The great Christopher Columbus is a name of an Italian explorer and navigator. While searching a new sea passage from Europe to India, By the mistake of fortune he discoverd the land of America.




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Little Steps to Happiness

I find this from a Facbook page. Then I plan to paraphrase it for me.

1. drive yourself to get up before whatever is left of the world – begin with 7am, then 6am, then 5:30am. go to the closest slope with a major coat and a scarf and watch the sun rise.

2. drive yourself to nod off prior – begin with 11pm, then 10pm, then 9pm. get up in the morning feeling re-empowered and agreeable.

3. delete prepared sustenance from your eating routine. begin without any lollies, chips, scones, then eradicate pasta, rice, grain, then bread. utilize the guideline that if a kid couldn’t recognize what was in it, you don’t eat it.

4. get into the propensity for cooking yourself a wonderful breakfast. sear tomatoes and mushrooms in genuine spread and garlic, broil an egg, cut up a crisp avocado and squirt an excessive amount of lemon on it. sit and eat it and do nothing else.

5. stretch. begin by going after the sky as hard as possible, then attempting to touch your toes. roll your head. stretch your fingers. stretch everything.

6. purchase a 1L water bottle. begin with driving yourself to drink the entire thing in a day, then have a go at drinking it twice.

7. purchase a lovely journal and a wonderful dark pen. record all that you do, including supper dates, arrangements, assignments, espressos, you have to do that day. no subtle element is too little.

8. strip your bed of your sheets and exhaust your clothing draw into the clothes washer. put a monstrous scoop of scented cleansing agent in there and wash. make your bed in full.

9. arrange your room. overlap all your garments (and pack what you don’t need), clean your mirror, your portable PC, vacuum the floor. light a lovely flame.

10. have an extravagant shower with your most loved music playing. wash your hair, scour your body, brush your teeth. foam your entire body in cream, get acquainted with the part between your toes, your inward thighs, the back of your neck.

11. drive yourself to go for a walk. take your earphones, go to the shoreline and walk. grin at outsiders strolling the other way and be amazed what number of grin back. bring your pooch and watch the puppy’s conduct. acknowledge you can gain from your puppy.

12. message old companions with individual jokes. think back. recommend a get up to speed soon, regardless of the fact that you don’t finish. drive yourself to finish.

14. take some time to consider what intrigues you. wrongdoing? sex? life experience school? long-overlooked sentiment decorum? discover a book about it and read it. there is a book about truly everything.

15. turned into the individual you would in a perfect world begin to look all starry eyed at. give autos a chance to converge into your path when driving. pay twofold to park tickets and leave a second one in the machine. stick your tongue out at infants. compliment individuals on their adorable garments. provoke yourself to not criticize anybody for an entire day. at that point two. at that point a week. stroll with a straight stance. look at individuals without flinching. get some information about their story. converse with associates so they get to be companions.

16. lie in the daylight. daydream about the life you would lead if disappointment wasn’t a thing. open your eyes. find a way to get it going for you.

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This is fun when you set some targets for your own fate. From 7th September I start some happiness target for me. I  create a hashtag titled #Target111thDaysOfHappiness. I plan a 111 days of plan for happiness. After reading of Delivering Happiness book, I felt that everyday we need to do something for our Happiness. After reading of The Art of The Start by Guy Kawasaki, I felt that everyday we need to do something meaningful for the change the world.

At 11th Day, I complete the book of The Art of The Start.

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ABC of The Art of the Start


The Art of the Start, a 3.8/5 Goodreads rated book of Guy Kawasaki. This is a superb handbook or I could say user-manual for those beginning a business/start-up or NPOs, focusing on capacity over present structure and activity over arranging.

The lessons from the book could apply to associations whether entrepreneurs’re bootstrapping or looking for financing from financial speculators. This book is looking like a holy grail for the newbies to me. Author and an evangelist from Silicon-Valley Guy Kawasaki incorporates a lot of verifiable illustrations and firsthand experience from his life in the book.


I lifted the book up earlier in this September’16 while browsing in The subtitle of the book is charming. From the Amazon I read that, “The Time-Tested, Battle-Hardened Guide for Anyone Starting Anything.”

Guy Kawasaki’s narrating tone and style is interfacing and great. He’s exceptionally rational and basically minded.

I think somebody who attempt to arrange a vocation in new business, he could read this book as a manual towards achievement.


When I read the survey notes of the book in GoodReads I discover a line from User Lance that, there is a maxim, an extremely well-known axiom, cited in one of my most loved movies ever – The Mask of Zorro.  When the pupil is ready, the master will appear. Guy Kawasaki is obviously an expert. His down to earth style uncovered a straightforward way to deal with business, and he utilizes genuine case from both his experience and the experience of the basic individual to elucidate and advance clear up his ideas.

Guy Kawasaki begins right from start by talking about the significance of Meaning (of everything?) in what we do.

Meaning is not about money, power, or prestige: Guy Kawasaki

“Meaning is not about money, power, or prestige. It’s not even about creating a fun place to work. Among other meanings of “meaning” are to make the world a better place, increase the quality of life, right a terrible wrong, and prevent the end of something good. Goals such as these are a tremendous advantage as you travel down the difficult path ahead. . . making meaning is the most powerful motivator there is.” I locate some genuine motivation from this line. Truly!


To me, the book is an extraordinary book since it moves me as well. The Art of Start is not about composing a thousand-page marketable strategy. It is about the benefit of making signifying which may actuate profiting. The book is clear, basic and once you have perused it, you won’t see things the same way… Its actual!

Download Link: Read PDF of the Book.

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Among the best books I have ever read

I read books. May be my parents don’t believe it that. Once I like to read books on Sherlock or sci-fis. Since 2014, I planned to read some good Best books. This list is on my favorite book list.

Delivering Happiness

by Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh.


Favourite Lines: “Envision, create, and believe in your own universe, and the universe will form around you.”

Download the Book.

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Zero to One: Mightn’t Be the Best Business Book I’ve Read?

In mid-2015, I first discover the book name Zero to One: Notes on Startups, or How to Build the Future. It may be seen with me when I googled something like “top books for business people”, or might be, it was “best contemporary books for business people”. Prior to the pursuit I’ve never heard the book’s name or the author name “Diminish Thiel”. Presently I feel that what I was absent before that.

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Peter Theil, by data on Wikipedia, is a US business person, or you could say him by cliche tone-entrepreneur. By understanding some news about him I find that he is likewise a solid financial speculator and multifaceted investments supervisor. I can hardly imagine how he is an individual from Elon Musk’s group. He helped to establish and once a CEO of PayPal alongside Max Levchin and Elon Musk. Its truly pleasant to realize that Peter Thiel is first outside speculator in Facebook. He contributed around 500000$ to Facebook at 2004. Subsequent to perusing the book, I find that he a law understudy. How a law graduate of Stanford Law School is being a Peter Thiel?


This man co-write a book with Blake Masters, titled Zero to One, in bengali Shunno theke Ekk (শূন্য থেকে এক).

“What important truth do very few people agree with you on?”  

When I first download the book, I first find this interesting line from this book. After six months of the reading of the book, I still don’t have any answer to the question. When I ask me the question to me, to myself…. I just heard silence from me. Sometimes I analyses the words, what is “Important Truth?”, or what is the meaning of “Agree With You On?” I’ve no great personal answer to me on this question. How pathetic I’m, na?


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