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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Adaptability

There are no limits to learning capability, limits, if any, are defined by the cage of closed thinking we build around us. We need to encourage deep dive into any nonconforming situation and  encourage adaptability on the basis of introspection. Flexibility, agility and adaptability – are three different terms. The way these approaches to life[…]

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Self-Motivation

Self-motivation is a strong aspect of emotional intelligence. It is about building personal competencies or skills. As parents and teachers we should try and build self-motivation in our children from their young age by encouraging them to identify their goals, however small or big there goals may be and then achieve them through commitment and[…]

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Discipline

Quoting on discipline: George Washington, the first president of the United States of America – Discipline is the soul of an army. It makes small numbers formidable; procures success to the weak, and esteem to all. Without discipline, this  world is chaotic. For that reason a disciplinarian stays focused on his/her goals and doesn’t give[…]

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Ability to Work Under Pressure

Quite a few  children crumble under stress. In an exam hall, with only 15 minutes left but many questions still pending, it is more likely that they’ll submit the wrong answers. As kids grow up, the pressure only increases. We often wonder, what stress do kids have anyway? But, in their own age, they have[…]

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