Financial freedom – A woman’s perspective

Very powerful words, and having an opinion about it matters! What would you define as financial freedom for yourself?

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Theories of multiple intelligences

Howard Gardner’s theories of multiple intelligences share insight into some aspects of intelligence that one may or not possess. While one is good at one of these, it does not mean they are good at all of them.

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Managing your weight

When the scale moves slowly from overweight to obese and keeps fluctuating over there, going back and forth, one day in overweight and another in obese, one starts questioning their basic choices. Everything gets under scrutiny.

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Our perspectives differentiate us

In our day to day busy lives, all of us develop the ability to ignore a few things, to focus on few others that we deem important in our lives. Think about it… it happens quite often!

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Perils of indifference speech

Got to listen to the Perils of indifference speech by Elie Wiesel, and felt as if it was spoken in today’s context… still so relevant & making perfect sense – even today!

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Financial literacy – Tax forms

When do we use what forms? As an individual, what do we receive, as an employer what do we prepare and as an employee, what do we expect?

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Short story – Praise

In a small village, there used to live a family of poets. The father had learned poetry from his ancestors and was very well known in the nearby places! He started teaching his son poetry from when he was young.

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Photography – light and shadow effects

Light and shadows in photographs have the power to create the differentiation between tones that becomes the basis of our perceptions. Sometimes, the dimensions of these subjects & objects create an illusory effect blending them with the scene around them, potentially creating a sense of depth in the picture. Sharing some of them that serve as an inspiration!

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Maha Periyava explains what is Trikarana Suddhi

Sage of Kanchipuram (Maha Periyava) once explained what is Trikarana Suddhi to a few students. Sharing the story & experience!

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Experiences with job search sites

Anyone who has ever tried to apply for a job and registered on the job-search sites would know the pain that comes with it. Some of these seem to be common across the world.

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Age and attitude

It is always interesting to see how people across age groups deal with day to day challenges and figure out a way to move forward. Sharing some of my interactions that inspired me in the past few weeks!

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Growing up in a printing press

My mother used to run a printing press, and I had the opportunity to grow up observing her overcome her challenges on many fronts and learned from the experiences!

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Smile – Secret to success

Sometimes our face expresses what our mind is thinking and not what we intend to feel 🙂 Being at peace with ourselves and our surroundings naturally brings a smile on our face. When someone tells you to smile more, it fundamentally means you are getting a feedback that you are going through stressful times and it is reflecting on your face.

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