One of the intentions, when I started writing my blog, was to share few insights so that if someone is going through something similar, it might help them get some clarity or even a perspective. Today I wish to share how I discovered ways to stay committed to any action I decide. I am not … Continue reading Power up
Out of many, one lesson that stayed with me after I completed my NLP practitioner program was that of being aware of the narrative I had running in my head all day. The story we tell ourselves! You may have noticed we keep speaking and listening to ourselves endlessly the entire day. In simple terms, … Continue reading Thinking with Questions
“Could you please just listen to me?” I guess it would be safe to assume that all of us have either been told or have said this to someone on several instances. And before you think this is just one more lesson on listening, hear me out, please 🙂 I have been trained to listen … Continue reading Hear them out
Did you have fun today? If anyone had asked me this question a few years back, I would have thought of them as trivial. While I was finding my feet in the coaching business and sharpening my ability as a coach, my teacher used to end our session saying, “Play with it …have fun.” My … Continue reading Get your play glasses on!
I was bitten by the learner’s bug in my college days. I loved reading books related to my course, taking notes sitting on the first bench, making my own observations and studying. After college hours, I made sure I was always learning something. So I enrolled in a Chinese cookery class, a typing class, computer … Continue reading Learners Mindset
Today I would like to begin by sharing the gist of three movies that I feel gave a compelling universal message. Hope you have seen few of them. A few years back I watched the movie “Up” that I love repeatedly watching even today. In the film, Carl Fredrickson’s heart is hardened by his wife’s … Continue reading Shed the layers
During my coaching and mentoring program I had an amazing awareness of myself. Then as I thought more about it I began seeing traces of it in many areas of my life. I realized I wished to take actions in certain situations and yet was holding back. I wished to stop doing few behaviour’s, however, … Continue reading The Inward Angle