Category Archives: Personal development

Should I Keep Struggling or Throw in the Towel and Move On?

We are delighted to have this guest post from Srikumar Rao. Srikumar Rao is a professor, author, consultant and TED speaker. His work has been profiled in major media worldwide and he has been  interviewed frequently by TV and radio networks. … Continue reading

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What is Your Idea of SUCCESS in 2016?

“It had long since come to my attention that people of accomplishment rarely sat back and let things happen to them. They went out and happened to things.”  ― Leonardo da Vinci Success is something most human beings desire and gravitate … Continue reading

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Watch Your Inner Saboteur

Are you hampering your success or perhaps the next move by focusing on what you don’t have rather all that you do? Is there a strong heartfelt desire, a felt sense, calling or aspiration which,  as yet remains unfulfilled? If … Continue reading

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Step back to step up!

“Look closely at the present you are constructing: it should look like the future you are dreaming.” ― Alice Walker Every now and then we experience something – an event, a person or an encounter that is truly thought-provoking, uplifting, almost transcendental. … Continue reading

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What does success mean to you?

Success is something most human beings desire and gravitate towards. The word itself has a rich, positive connotation. A lot of products and services get sold based on the promise of success. Buy this or do that and will find … Continue reading

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Inclusivity in diversity paves the way

There is energy and vibrancy in the air. The sun is about to set but this signals even more adventures to come. The night is just beginning for all the thrill-seekers, celebratory parties and even the odd, quiet observer like … Continue reading

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Leaders: Where are you being willfully blind?

How many times in our lives – at work or personally have we known that something isn’t quite right be it about a particular situation, a business transaction or a person and yet we have chosen to be willfully blind.  … Continue reading

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What is the one thing if you did would make a real difference to you?

In coaching, it becomes evident that often it is NOT that the talented executives do not have the answer but more – they are not practicing ‘IT’ – whatever this happens to be for them. This gap between knowing and … Continue reading

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The gift of reflection to be a better leader

Taking time to reflect helps give perspective and make greater sense of events and experiences.  The reflective process inquires, poses questions, gets insights, sees things anew and it builds.  It helps us get to know ourselves and others in a … Continue reading

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13 tips for starting that book still inside of you

I get asked quite frequently-  by people wanting to write their book  –  what helped me write   “Get your groove back.”   Here are some tips that might help you if you are thinking about getting started on your book … Continue reading

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