Fall…Stand Up…More Importantly, Learn

We have all had our share of failures and falls, some more, some maybe less. I seriously doubt if anyone has not had a single failure in life. While we may rise and move ahead, it's important to learn from the failure. For a number of reasons, chief among them being the need to move …

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It’s OK to Not Know Everything

How many times have we come across situations where we may not have known the right answers ? How many times would there have been when we would not have known which direction to take ? How many times would there have been when we were not sure of the decisions we were making ? …

Learning at Work

One of the oft repeated advise that you may have received while starting off your career, would have been that of joining a work place where you would get to learn, rather than worry about what may be offered to you as remuneration. In all your eagerness, you would have done that. As time progresses, …

How to Build a Reading Habit

It's said that once you learn to read, you will be forever free. That's what the power reading has. The Campbell County Library, which serves the residents and businesses in Campbell, Kentucky has a post by Andrew Moorhead, which lists down the following 10 benefits of reading books - Mental Simulation Stress Relief More Sleep …

The #30DayChallenge

At the beginning of the year, we typically start off with a whole set of goals. The noble intent at that point of the year is to make the coming year a better one. A year which will be better for us in all aspects - mentally, physically, spiritually and yes, even financially. We set …

In Pursuit of ‘TRUE’ Knowledge

(Picture - NASA) Stephen Hawking passed away on March 14, 2018, at the age of 76 years. As a graduate student, when he was only 21 years old, he was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), a neuromuscular wasting disease also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. He was given only 2-3 years to live. He …

How to Win BIG

In a recent podcast, leadership speaker, Robin Sharma, talked about the "The Real Reasons Good People Fail", or simply put - ‘How To Win Big’. He goes on to list five things which make good people fail - # 1. The fear of failure is greater than the faith of winning. More often than not …