It takes only about 5 minutes of news to make the most resilient of us feel exhausted and dismayed. Current world events, weather disruptions and mishaps seem to be growing in frequency and scale. While some articles describing the traits of Empaths and Highly Sensitive Persons have been doing the rounds, there is relatively less information … Continue reading Are You An Earth Sensitive? and Why You Need to Know
Right from an early age, we all find ways and means to cope with the challenges that life brings our way. Knowingly or unknowingly, we experiment with different responses until we find what seems to work for us. So a child seeking his parent's attention may learn that throwing a tantrum often obtains the desired … Continue reading Winning Strategies to Loss Accumulators
Life is against me. Life is meaningless. Life means something. But I don’t know what it means. Life means something. I know it, but I don’t like it. Life is meaningful. Life supports me. 7. Life just Is.
In ‘The Future of Competition’, authors C.K. Prahalad and Venkat Ramaswamy proposed that value will be increasingly co-created by the firm and the customer, rather than being created entirely inside the firm. A chapter in ‘Spontaneous Evolution’ by Bruce Lipton presents a strong case for how Collaboration and not Competition is the way forward. C.K. … Continue reading A Stitch in Time
I believe people care. Despite the commonly prevalent apathy and disclaiming of responsibility, there is genuine concern. We care about the planet, we care about community and we do care for other people. We often care so much - that we would rather turn away and pretend that nothing matters. The belief - ‘I cannot … Continue reading Power of Caring
First Published on Facebook - on Friday, March 5, 2010 Inspirational anecdotes are generally motivational and encouraging. And every once in a while, you will actually encounter the real everyday heroes and their authenticity leaves you spellbound. Each one of us contributes to the world as we know it. Some of us are more conscious … Continue reading Return to Love
In today’s world of short attention spans and habituated need for instant gratification, many people struggle to find peace and happiness. I frequently meet clients or friends who find themselves in occupations and lifestyles that are making them unhappy, stressed or frustrated. Often, they have taken on loans or other responsibilities that make them feel … Continue reading Road Map to Personal Peace