Recently I started reading the book “Early Life Leadership in Children” by Christina Demara. The book is sort of a workshop guidance manual for inculcating the leadership skills in children. The section for leadership infusion stage 1, is termed as “Preparing the soil”. The name of stage is so aptly selected,as this stage refers to … Continue reading Leadership infusion in Children
“I would have not allowed it to happen, if I were you”, he shut the door and left. All of us must have done school assignments for writing skills. There was one specific type I could remember. The one where the student is asked to assume a specific role and write about it. Something like … Continue reading If I were You
This was what the great nineteenth-century pioneer ofmeteorology, James Pollard Espy, was shown in a chance encounter as a young man. Unable to read and write until he was eighteen, Espy attended a rousing speech by the famous orator Henry Clay. After the talk, a spellbound Espy tried to make his way toward Clay, but he couldn't … Continue reading Take it one step at a time
What does the word “responsibility” seem to you? Something like an obligation, a duty or may be a burden. Mostly, sometimes or always? Well, word responsibility is a frequent and at times central part of discussions, decisions and our life as a whole. There are responsibility charters we can see. Every role we play in … Continue reading Learned Responsibility
“But dad, he will overtake my territory” “Territory!!! Which territory, what are you talking about?” “The castle game dad, you know there are territories we capture and rule, I play that with Anand” “Ohh!!! The Castle game” I heard the announcement for my station and got off the train. I could not get to hear the conclusion of the … Continue reading Seeing through our insecurities
Taken from Pinterest Tiredness is our regular companion. It wakes up with us and sleeps with us. If you agree with above statement fully, it is a danger sign. However, as a matter of fact this is a reality most of us face. We are always struggling to come out of the tired zones. To … Continue reading Are you resting enough ?
आज रास्ते में तितली वाला फूल दिख गया,आखों के सामने कुछ चित्र चलने लगे,हँसता खिलखिलाता एक चेहरा,फूल की पत्तियों की सीटी बजाता हुआ । दूसरे ही पल स्मृति के वह दृश्य सदृश्य हो उठे,बच्चों की एक टोली वहाँ से गुजरती थम गई,एक एक करके फूल की पखुड़िया बज उठी । कदम एकाएक उनकी ओर बढ़ने … Continue reading तितली वाला फूल
“He is obsessed with his own feelings.” ”How could people be so blind to other’s perspective?” “But you should have understood it, it is so obvious.” Does any of the above statements sound familiar? Similar to something said and heard. Allow me to answer this question for you. Most of us (most here being 98-99 … Continue reading Adding assertiveness in relations
The way we lead our lives, make decisions depend on the level of perception we exude. The depth we bring in our observation of the life around us decides our ascent on perception path. Mostly we all play at the physical or sight level, supported by the cultural, regional and communal rules we are fed. … Continue reading Generalisation and Perception
Gratitude is a terrific exercise; practicing it helps you in numerous ways. No one out there can claim that he is, what he is; only because of him. Even if someone claims; don’t believe him. He is in grip of an illusion and unintentional lie. Excuse,him for his misinformation. Coming back to gratitude, so, we … Continue reading How we choose our connections ?