You know, Diwali is a victory of good over evil. The vanquishing of the demons and the start of something new. So today’s post is dedicated to our inner demons which raise their head ever so often and love scaring the living daylights out of us.
https://cnalifestyle.channelnewsasia.com/women/breast-cancer-stage-four-carcinoma-pregnancy-286221 So I am slowly learning to open up about my story. It has honestly not been a very easy journey for me; taken me months to get to a stage, where I can talk about it. Showing vulnerability is not a sign of weakness, but an act of strength and courage. So here goes.. […]
A lot of individuals have things outside of their businesses that they enjoy focusing on. It’s not so much about career growth or money but rather on finding joy and peace of mind. So how can we do the same?
October is just around the corner and so is Mental Health Day (October 10) and it’s the perfect time to discuss this issue and normalise seeking out someone when we believe we cannot make it on our own.
Every device has its own charger. And it is important to charge it often right? But what about our batteries? How do we understand what charger and how often to charge ourselves?
Sometimes we judge people at face value and also give up on them faster. Just because people don’t open up about things, that doesn’t mean they haven’t or aren’t dealing with something.
An inflection point is an event that can be considered a turning point after which a dramatic change, with either positive or negative results. While used more as a business or mathematical term, how do we see it in human terms?
A Belief is basically an acceptance or conviction that certain things are true or real. It’s a mental map of the way we tell ourselves that things work. They can either empower us or inhibit us.
So how do we overcome limiting beliefs which are holding us back from our true potential?
Acceptance often can be extremely difficult. How do you accept that you have no clue or control over what’s ravaging your body or your situation. Is it a sign of weakness or strength?
“Humility is not thinking less of yourself, it’s thinking of yourself less.” – C.S. Lewis