How to Create Healthy Social Relationships

“Believe in a beautiful world, because somewhere your beliefs are shaping up your destiny.”  - Pratishtha Bhalla Human beings are called social animals for a reason – they cannot live in isolation, even for their basic needs of food, water, and shelter they require help from other beings. In the past, when man used to live in caves, they would live together and save each other from wild animals. However, in today’s world of social media, most people have limited their social relationships to their mobile phone apps. This has resulted in increased anxiety levels. A lot of people today are facing depression and loneliness, to the extend, that they end up taking their own life. Having a healthy social relationship is essential for our survival as well as…

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How to GROW in Life

 “One can choose to go toward safety or forward toward growth. Growth must be chosen again and again; fear must be overcome again and again”   -   Abraham Maslow Someone has rightly said that you don’t become wise with age, you become wise with experience. Wisdom is an essential part of growth and real growth does not occur by accident. Growth requires immense amount of focus, planning and execution. Our mind never remains stable at the same thought. Every day our mind has anywhere between 60,000-80,000 thousand thoughts. If we don’t have a plan or direction in which we want to go, our thoughts would wander in directions where we should never go. So, having a growth mentality can help our thoughts to be concentrated on the positive things we…

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5 Tips to be an Assertive Communicator

In the earlier article, “5 reasons why you must learn assertive communication”, we discussed what exactly we mean by assertive communication and why one needs to learn assertive communication. The simplest way of identify an assertive communicator is by judging whether or not the communication had the quality of 3 C’s. These 3 C’s are: Confident Clear and Controlled. An assertive speaker has all the 3 qualities and hence he or she is able to effectively present their point of view as well as accept and respect other’s opinion. Below are 5 tips that can help you in becoming an assertive speaker: Get in touch with your own needs – Do you actually know what you want? What exactly you want to say, how and when you should…

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