Monthly Archives: September 2013

Some tips to work on personal sense of wellbeing!

A personal sense of ‘wellbeing’ evolves from an over-all and domain-specific ‘good’ and ‘pleasant’ life, yet often we neglect investing and nurturing it.  Needless to delineate and quite obviously imaginable, the costs of such neglect are exorbitant! Here are some … Continue reading

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“You’re Probably Wrong About Millennials” or ” Are we?” The blog evaluates the ”likes’ and ‘dislikes’ of the Y-generation and appears to invite a global conversation around the need to understand and accept our young workforce / apprentices, especially keeping … Continue reading

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Toying with the idea of ‘grit’- responding to Dr. Rose’s blog

I have been toying with some of the positive psychology concepts (part of my search for concepts that are worth explaining ‘what keeps us going despite adversities and brings out the best we can, at that point of time and … Continue reading

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In pursuit of personal happiness…

Simple suggestions to improve personal happiness is often embedded in the word ‘balance’, which means to continue to adhere to diligent and fulfilling ‘work’, ‘parenting’ or/and ‘caring for disabled’/ ‘elderly parent’ (which individually, despite expected sources of satisfaction, can be … Continue reading

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Unhappiness: Recognizing the perils of using work as an alibi

It is very common to find that even though unhappiness or stress at work or overworking (either as an escape or as pursuing success) may invariably contribute to disappointment in one’s private life (referred to as a work to life … Continue reading

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