Building Bridges

Communication gaps can be avoided by building bridges. Good connection needs a bridge that two people can walk on. When we share are opinion with others, we should be open to their opinions too. If we assert our thoughts communication becomes a one-way street. More like watching a soap opera on television. Similar is the[…]

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Hello to Strangers

‘Never talk to Strangers‘- is not a practical approach. In today’s time and world saying hello to strangers is necessary. Our kids are bound to communicate with others and make friends. Expecting them to seek our permission before talking to someone may compel them not to tell us about the interaction they had with a[…]

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Breaking Taboos

Taboos have a tendency to restrict. They set boundaries. Boundaries of gender, class, color, religion, occupation etc. The list is endless. It takes a risk taker to break these restrictive boundaries, creating champions out of ordinary, simple people. They, in turn inspire others to live the phrase, ‘sky’s the limit’. If we want children to[…]

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Participative Leadership

Leadership is a stage for spreading happiness and through happiness getting the job done. Getting the job done sans happiness and involvement is a task, with happiness it becomes a participation. Leadership is a command role which is best enacted without demand. Leadership is getting things done without asking. Being democratic. Number of ‘followers’ and[…]

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Two-Way Monologue

Monologue is when one person speaks and the other listens. Here we present to you “Two-Way  Monologue”. Two way monologue is when one person speaks and the other doesn’t respond to what is said but says something else entirely different.  The famous deflection tactic. Two-way monologues are a serious and disturbing reality at homes, specially[…]

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