Power of Words

Two friends, 8 year old Ram & 9 year old Shyam, love to monkey around the trees. Their favourite game was to climb up the trees and poles and literally hang from there, sometimes upside down. Just because they thought it was fun. Their little brains didn’t process that the branch from where they were […]

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Working with your EGO

Ego. Ego is a sense of self. Sometimes it can take you up; most times it can bring you down. It’s an illusion that creates a mask over our minds. Almost every religion refers to the ego as an ultimate evil, destroyer of relationships. Sanatana Dharma refers to it as an obstacle in worldly and

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Living from Inside-Out

How do you make decisions? If it’s related to a product or service, these days we typically check online for reviews before we make a buying decision. We do that because we want to feel good about our decision and not make any wrong decisions, But you know that these reviews and feedback can be

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Stop Assuming!

I was excited about this big presentation, I wanted to make to impress a group of people who have asked me to speak. I had prepared a great PowerPoint but no matter how much I tried, I was unable to connect to the projector. Time was getting wasted and the audience was getting restless. I

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Top Time Wasters

Do you struggle with managing your time? Have you wondered how some people do many things in the same time compared to you? I mean what is it that they’re doing what you are unable to? You could be wasting time on many things and if you begin to make a list, you will probably

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Recognising Influences

Have you ever been trouble by negative thoughts? Imagine you’re complimented over a presentation or appreciated for your work, would you lose your sleep thinking about it? Nope.​​ However, you will lose your sleep when someone criticise or insult you. Why do you think we give so much power to negative thoughts? Turns out, the

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Achieving Work-Life Balance

As a coach, I get to hear a lot about work-life balance. People often feel guilty for putting more effort at work that they enjoy; they are apologetic for enjoying something and be called as workaholic or career-oriented with a negative connotation. To some, work is life and they enjoy every bit of it. The

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The Choices We Make

Few weeks ago, I received an anonymous quote as a forward – “Everything you do is based on the choices you make. It’s not your parents, your past relationships, your job, the economy, the weather, an argument, or your age that is to blame. You and only you are responsible for every decision and choice

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My experiments with Minimalism

For a few years now I am fascinated by the concept of minimalism. I used to love watching minimalism videos and was amazed at how people can live with so less. I’ve learnt that as a minimalist you need to Easier said than done I guess. Although I was able to reduce considerably, decluttering was

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Clarity in Confusion

Human brain is amazing and it continues to keep our scientists and neurologists busy. But with the constant flow of information in today’s world our brain can go into hyperdrive and result into the concept called information overload. With this comes the state of confusion. When you are in the confused you could go through

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