How to Overcome Stress & Anxiety and Boost Happiness

Most of us feel stressed when a lot of things happen at the same time in our lives. We feel lost as things seem to spiral out of control. Our mind feels saturated with too much work and focusing to get things done seems to be an uphill climb. It becomes hard to process things and it feels as though you’re in the middle of a brain freeze with a strong desire to simply quit.

Obviously, the emotional stress we experience is no help during such a time. You may feel like crying, or you may...

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6 Ways to Become Mentally Strong and Persistent

If life could be described in one word, that word would most definitely be 'change'. Circumstances, relationships, feelings, career, and in fact, almost every important aspect of our life undergoes constant fluctuation. There are days when you feel like you’ve soared to the heights of happiness and success, but there are also days when you feel like you've hit rock bottom, and things seem to be going south. And that is when the dark feelings of emptiness& confusion take over. At...

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HOW TO KEEP MY CHILD MOTIVATED AFTER SETBACKS

From the moment a new-born utters their first cry, life becomes a roller coaster ride. There are moments of triumph when your child’s hard work yields positive results, and you feel as though your chest would explode with immense pride. Even those precious ‘firsts’ – their first word, their first step, and every little thing in between – these little landmarks remain as moments that you forever cherish and look back on with a nostalgic sense of joy.

But life is...

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6 Ways to Increase Productivity and Organizational Skills

 

Marie Kondo is a well-known Japanese organization consultant and author. In the year 2015, Time Magazine incorporated her name amongst the world’s 100 most prominent people.

Although she has authored four books on organization, her recent publication, ‘The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing’ is a global rage and has been published in about 30 nations.

Her system of organizing is termed as the KonMari...

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Observation Skills - Unlock the code to your child's inner Detective

I am sure the famous detective character of Sherlock Holmes intrigues us all on many levels. We all secretly envy his spying potential and observation skills but fail to realize that we too were born with the same abilities that lie dormant within us today! This epitome of deductions or the Paragon of Logic was not superhuman. Unlike us, he merely cultivated what he was born with.

If you have been looking around for personality development courses for your children or just want them to carry...

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Screen Time: Cut Back Gadget Use

How many times have you found yourself or the people around you comparing today’s time with what life was like a decade ago? When I close my eyes and try to recreate a picture from about 15 years ago, I can picture people playing in the field, running races, skipping, contesting in pithoo, and so much more. Many joyful memories from these many years ago tend to bring a smile to my face. Screen Time and obsession with technology or gadgets wasn’t something that anyone...

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Enhance Learning with these 7 Speed Learning Tips

Have you ever noticed how naturally or effortlessly we are able to recollect episodes of childhood from our real-life experiences? In contrast to these memories, learning and then remembering a chapter of History from grade X could surely seem to be a colossal task. 

Similarly, even today narratives of books that we choose to read of our own accord get etched in our memory for a much longer duration than everyday newspaper readings of regular world politics. 

Have you ever wondered...

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Strengths and Weaknesses - Could your Weaknesses be your Strengths in Disguise?

What are your Strengths & Weaknesses? I remember being asked of this numerous times, right from my school days when I interviewed for the post of my School Captaincy, to the time when I interviewed for the becoming the Head of a senior secondary school. I remember preparing for a polished answer to this question until I realized of the deeper question that remains unanswered.

Why is it so important for employers to know their strengths and weaknesses? Is it just a standard question or is...

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80-20 Rule and Other Powerful Steps to Excel in Academics

What is the 80-20 rule? Does it really cut back on 80% of the work? Can it help you excel in exams? What other extremely powerful ways other than the 80-20 rule can you start using right now? Let’s find out!!

Here is a scenario: you love school. You enjoy going to classes, you love your peers as well as your teachers. 

You take care of their homework, don’t ever miss school, work hard but the results just don’t seem to be coming through? Are you not smart enough as that...

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Anger Management – How to Express your Anger without hurting others.

We are all familiar with ‘anger’; we have felt in at some point. Whether it was projected in bursts of loud, relentless arguments, or it was a short-lived moment of annoyance.

To be honest, there is absolutely no relationship in this world that progresses without a few arguments. Even the healthiest relationships, be it that of a parent and child, friends, or any other form of relationship that you can think, has a little bit of anger sprinkled in. Often times, the...

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