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If you're like most of our worldwide readers and if you're looking for an edge; an efficient yet subtle way to master the art of thinking and to live a meaningful life - then you're at the right place. A strategy to declutter mind and become the best version of yourself.

We help give you achieve the edge by giving 'only signals and no noise'. That's our strapline and north star that guides in what we do.

In a world obsessed with moving fast and which compels you to seize every next shiny thing that comes up; but our approach is slightly different. Our motive is to provide timeless ideas, thoughts and enduring truths filtered out of chaff.

The ideas and thoughts you will discover at Thinking Tales can be executed in any areas of life; work, relationship, leadership, parenting and many more. It doesn't matter where you're starting from; we will give you the tools and weapons to master the art of thinking. You know there's an old proverb that says, 'You are neither too old nor too late to learn anything new.'

This page will show you around. You'll get a tour of everything we do at Thinking Tales as well as some of our resources to achieve the clarity of mind to get you started.


  • Mindful Newsletter
  • Articles
  • The Project 3/33 (Coming soon)
  • Books
  • Resources
  • Minimal Quotes
  • Why the name Thinking Tales
  • Who we are and how to get in touch

  • Let's see what we've got for you.


    • Mindful Newsletter

    The weekly Mindful newsletter explores various timeless ideas, thoughts and mental models that never expires to help you make better decisions and to live a meaningful life. That's why we keep suggesting valuable books to our worldwide readers. Our articles are fabricated with an intention to provide quick and various insights to you for the long run. These articles offers a deep and nuanced conversations.

    If you haven't give it a try to see what you've been missing. Subscribe now.
    No politics, No hard-stuffs, No BS. We promise.



    • Articles

    We tend to fabricate articles on enduring topics like making better decisions, accelerated learning and many more. You will also find some articles on how to read or write better and finding your purpose. We also write short and concise random posts in random articles section.

    Since we focus on timeless ideas, thoughts and wisdom, that's why there's is no need to read everything at once. Take your time to find and read article that adds value to your life. There's nothing wrong with moving slowly. Here are some of our popular articles.

    Standing On The Shoulders of Giants

    Dealing With Digital Clutter

    How to Write Better

    The Compounding Power Of Habit

    Learning To Let Go

    Seeing Through The Emptiness

    The Snowball Effect


    You can scroll the entire archives anytime or read any random post or explore any category.


    • The Project 3/33 (Coming soon)


    • Books

    As Earnest Hemingway once said, 'there is no friend as loyal as a book', which seems to be true. Our community is composed of many bibiliophiles and they love to create and collaborate with people. The more angles from which you can see the problem, the more clearer the solution becomes to you. That's why we came up with the idea of suggesting books to our readers. By holding all the core principles and ideas in your mind, you can make connections that others can't see.

    See the suggestions right now.


    • Resources

    As we believe in creating something more often than consuming something as it's the only way to move the needle of contentment and we came up with the idea of distributing some free pdf(s), wallpapers and worksheets to our readers. Checkout our resources section right now to download them for free.


    • Minimal Quotes

    Many of us are fond of reading old witty quotes because it's a source of inspiration and if you also love reading it then checkout our 'less-than-hundered-characters' minimal and useful quotes extracted from our articles and wallpapers.

    Visit our one-page website https://quotes.thinkingtales.com to read them.


    • Why the name Thinking Tales

    Well, there's no inspirational story behind the name 'Thinking Tales'. We just asked few of our friends to suggest some suitable name for the website we're about to build. After innumerable suggestion of words, we carefully picked two words that we thought would describe the theme of our website and came up with words 'Thinking' and 'Tales'. And we liked it a lot.


    • Who we are and how to get in touch

    Founded and led by Rakesh Singh on 4th August in 2019 with his small team. You can find us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram or you can drop us an email us at [email protected].