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Creative Visualization

A mental technique that uses the imagination to make dreams & goals come true. Creative visualization uses the power of the mind & is the power behind every success. By visualizing a certain event,...

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Pointing Finger

A Guru’s dog loved his evening walk. The dog would run to fetch a stick, then run back, wag his tail & wait for the next game. On this particular evening, he invited one...

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Mind Moves Matter

This story triggered me to design a workshop which collectively over 2000 participants benefited. Start of the Story Two men were arguing about a flag flapping in the wind. “It’s the wind that is...

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Disruption

Process of introducing a new product or service that unfolds to a new market by creating radical change in the industry is Disruption. To be successful in business, understand the people who you deal...

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Futuring

Thinking and proactively anticipating possible outcomes will ease out in being prepared. Now see this When we consider the present moment as a window opening for abundant possible outcomes in future, we nurture futuring...

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Get Closer

Why do we raise our voice & begin to yell at people when we argue? Have you thought about it? I have done that in the past. I have been yelled at, aswell. Till...

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Reflect Responsibly

I heard this story a long time ago. There was a person coming to a new village, relocating & he was wondering if he would like it there, so he went to the Guru...

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Empty Boat

There is a famous teaching about an empty boat that hits your boat in the middle of a river. While you probably wouldn’t be angry at an empty boat, you might well become angered...

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Plan Well

Every single choice we make takes us closer or away from what we urge for in life. Imagine you want to build a house. You visualise, share your need & desire about your house...

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Don’t be hard on yourself

I used to be an hard critic on myself. Many times I beat myself up & stay head down because of something that did or didn’t happen. I would do ‘should have, could have’...