Neuroticism

Anxiety is one of the most common phenomena people face these days in their stressful life. Other than it,  feelings of worry, fear, anger, frustration, envy, jealousy, guilt, depressed mood, and loneliness – all are accounted in neuroticism. Anxiety in kids is painful for them and for their loved ones. We must identify and recognize[…]

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Bridging Cultures

Throughout our life we meet people who belong to different cultures and speak different languages. We should know how to get along with everyone and respect everyone’s individuality. We should be focused on bridging cultures. Same is the lesson we need to teach our kids. A person should never be made a friend based on[…]

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Transferable Skills

‘Abilities that can benefit individuals in a variety of jobs and industries are known as transferable skills’. These skills are developed through past experiences or over time. Transferable skills  could include but are not limited to, time management, prioritization, listening, communication, research and analysis. We want our kids to have shining careers, so we push[…]

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Organizational Skills

First exposure our kids get to organizational skills is the way we dispatch them to school. They understand the method and  the process we follow. Second exposure is their birthday party, that is when they see a one-off activity and full presentation of a family’s organizational skills. Checklists are a good tool to start developing[…]

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An Eye For Detail

“The difference between mediocrity and excellence is attention to detail.” There is a difference between finishing your work and finishing it well. That is the conversation we need to have with children. For example, today it is the father’s turn to prepare dinner and he does that and on time too! This activity at best[…]

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Ability to build relationships

The connections we develop with others, help us understand ourselves. Not only they help us discover ourselves, but we are able to live our lives with better enthusiasm. Children can achieve so much more when they have built relationships within their family, with their siblings, with peers and their teachers. As they set to achieve[…]

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Balance

We teach our children how to balance that bicycle on two wheels, yet many parents fail to help them attain the balance of body and mind. Yes, we are no saints. We ourselves face hurdles and stress, that makes us lose the work-life balance. Children practice what they observe their parents doing. If we don’t[…]

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Openness

Openness, when it comes to kids is all about reaching out to them and making them comfortable with us and comfortable in their skin. It is all about them. Smiles get them to tell us  their dreams. Care gets us a feel of their soul. Participation from our end gets them to share their experiences.[…]

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Job Related Skills

What are the skills one needs in a work environment? The problem is that we think that the skill set needed in school is different from what is need in a work environment. At work the basic skills tested and evaluated are, communication, time management, decision making, adaptability, confidence, patience, teamwork etc. Well, the same[…]

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