“We are what we practice” This statement may seem very easy to understand but when it comes to implementing it in our daily lives most of us don’t really get it in its true sense. This is what makes us either growth oriented or fixed. Welcome to the concept of developing a ‘growth mind-set’ in … More Developing a Growth Mindset in Children
We were all kids once and that’s the time we learnt most of our lessons. As we grew older we got busy trying to implement and achieve. For some untold reason the learning stopped somewhere. We just assumed that our days to learn and go to school were over. While it was a relief to … More Hum Bhi Agar Bachche Hote…
Why is it sometimes easier to talk to strangers rather than a family member or a friend? Often people share stories of how they connected with some random stranger on the bus or train and had the most meaningful conversation. The answer maybe lies in the fact that the closer we are to someone the … More It’s Okay to Ask for Help
I conduct life skills training sessions for kids on a regular basis and one of my very popular sessions is on Time Management. We talk about how one cannot manage time but if we only learn to prioritise, we will find more time to do what we like. Last week’s session was an eye opener. … More Is Daydreaming a Guilty Pleasure for Our Kids?
Imagine a scenario where your child is pushing you to get up from your afternoon nap to take her for her basketball class (the same class she was being dragged to last month)! “What is wrong with her, did the sun rise from west today?”, you wonder as you sleepily grab your keys. And then … More Goal Setting – Never Too Early to Start