Respect

Respect is at its best when you smile at a stranger passing by and she/he smiles back. Most kids are respectful towards parents and elders at home but many are lost on whether or not to be shown to be respectful to strangers and lesser known. Respect is universal. Our kids must learn to be[…]

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Honesty

Lies are a part of our life. If we are not lying someone else is. Unfortunately, there is a degree of legitimacy which lies do get, especially harmless lies and that keeps the circle going. In all this there is goodness and there are relationships. For goodness to flow transparency and honesty are must. For[…]

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Humility

You may be anybody, but fact remains nobody likes arrogance. Success, confidence and winning streak is important, but they are all defeated by going overboard. In Hindi humility is Vinarmta. Vinarmta  doesn’t mean you consider yourself any less than your peers. It just means you think fewer times about yourself. Often, humility is associated with[…]

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Efficiency

Time is precious. Time is money. Wastage hurts. Completing a task is good. Completing a task efficiently is great. It is the journey from good to great what efficiency is all about. Good may only get us normal privileges but, great is that much desired and sought-after creamy layer. Efficiency opens doors for appreciation, recommendation[…]

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Humor

Humor is mankind’s greatest blessing – Mark Twain We all celebrate successes; however, winners do find some humor in their failures too. Timing and an element of surprise are core to sudden burst of laughter in the room. It is important to laugh and, it is more important to make people laugh. Those who develop[…]

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Defining Misconduct

The sight of kids running around the house creating havoc can be quite annoying. But aren’t kids meant to be naughty. Most of us parents have at times faced unruly kids and have contained then with a mild scolding or in extreme cases spanking. But, it is imperative that we first of all define misconduct.[…]

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Being Responsible

“The greatest gifts you can give your children are the roots of responsibility and the wings of independence.”  Denis Waitley Good leaders and good followers have one thing in common – sense of responsibility. Sooner our kids learn to be responsible, the better they shape up. Moreover, evading responsibility is never a good option. When[…]

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