The Grass Is Greener Where You Water It!

We’ve all heard the “grass is greener on the other side of the fence” cliche. It’s a great saying that keeps us aware that we tend to compare ourselves and think that other people have it better. It’s perception. Because the people on the other side of the fence are thinking your grass is greener!Continue reading “The Grass Is Greener Where You Water It!”

Suffering: A Catalyst for Change

Bad stuff happens. If you’re human, you have experienced more hardships than you can count. Whether you lost your job or a relative, sometimes the anguish seems like it’s too much to bear. It’s often easy to wish that bad things would never happen to us. Why can’t we be like those other people whoContinue reading “Suffering: A Catalyst for Change”

Power of Self-Talk

The line between failure and success often comes down to something as simple as self-talk. Powerful and positive self-talk can change your entire mindset, which can affect your actions. That, in turn, can have a massive impact on how successful you are on any journey you take or any obstacle you face. What we tellContinue reading “Power of Self-Talk”

Old Keys Won’t Unlock New Doors

There are 2 questions we need to ask ourselves, because they have a huge impact on what we will achieve, both at work and life in general. Here they are, along with an explanation why old ways won’t open new doors. Let’s start by looking at those 2 questions: What do I want? What am IContinue reading “Old Keys Won’t Unlock New Doors”

Great Things Begin From The Inside

The message carries a beautiful lesson in it and if taken deeply, can have a great influence on our life. As the human force breaks the egg from outside and ends the life within the egg. Similarly the human being is greatly influenced from the outer forces comprising of the environment, society, friends and acquaintancesContinue reading “Great Things Begin From The Inside”

The Stone Soup Effect

The 21st century leader must have the ability to make the most out of every situation. They are courageous and not afraid to challenge the status quo and push the boundaries to make things better. Because of these qualities and many others, the best leaders know how to get the most out of people; they enableContinue reading “The Stone Soup Effect”

Diwali ~ Be the Light

India is a land of festivals and today we have Deepavali (or Diwali) which literally means “rows of lamps”. Throughout the world, all Hindus celebrate Deepavali or Diwali with great pomp and enthusiasm. Here is a story about the origins of Diwali. Once upon a time there was a great warrior, Prince Rama, who hadContinue reading “Diwali ~ Be the Light”

Staying Positive

It is really hard to find something positive in our darkest days. However staying positive is the only way to make it through the tough times. Sometime back I came across the inspirational story of Liz Murray, a woman who overcame tremendous odds to become the best selling author, motivational speaker and a strong voiceContinue reading “Staying Positive”

The Floor Maid at the Tewksbury Institute

Dr. Frank Mayfield was touring Tewksbury Institute when, on his way out, he accidentally collided with an elderly floor maid. To cover the awkward moment Dr. May field started asking questions. “How long have you worked here?” “I’ve worked here almost since the place opened,” the maid replied. “What can you tell me about theContinue reading “The Floor Maid at the Tewksbury Institute”

Be Who YOU Want To Be

Do you believe that you can reinvent yourself and change who you perceive yourself to be and your relationship to the world? Or do you believe that you are destined to carry on as the person you have always been? Half of you probably like who you are, but some of you might still feelContinue reading “Be Who YOU Want To Be”