We all have 24 hours a day. Yet, why does it seem like that influencer has a magical 48-hour schedule? How do people juggle school, work, events, fitness, and STILL have a social life? Well, sorry to burst your bubble, but we are all living on the same 24 hours. The hard truth is – learning how to improve in time management.
Time and tide wait for no man.
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We did a recent survey where surprisingly all parents unanimously shared a view that successful parenting is having their children grow up healthy and respectful. Interestingly, academic success was not a priority. Although, it was mentioned in passing as a means to ensuring that the child grew up to have enough. With the resounding mention given to respect, we thought we will flash this out...Read More
I used to think of networking as a dirty word, but now looking back, I can better appreciate the benefits of building networks. Adam Grant’s Give and Take was instrumental in causing this mindset shift. I used to view networking as full of takers, just wanting to see how they can benefit. Now, networking to me is a bunch of people who come together to both give and also take,...Read More
Find support who will extend reciprocity where safe space is created for one another. There is power in shared experiences and communicating through challenges. adulting communicating
“We have been gifted with 2 ears and 1 mouth – that surely shows us the ratio of talking and listening we have to do!” This has been a common refrain for those complaining about the...Read More
Growing up doesn’t feel easy. In the midst of #adulting, we realise we have opinions and preferences that we do want to express and be heard. These may require us to find ways to get along with others, including our peers, such that we can manoeuvre through this world with the support of people we value, while not becoming people pleasers. adulting managing peers
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Ever wondered why the adults look like they know better? For starters, they do have the benefit of experience that is gained through living a longer time. That experience provides knowledge, reducing the fear of the unknown in decision making. Having also lived through failure, adults also know that failure in a particular situation is not the end of the world. This is what it...Read More
The topic of building emotional resilience has been gaining awareness in recent years. Perhaps the older generation may dismiss this as weakness or an unnecessary skill since they coped just fine without it. However even though this generation has been privileged not to have to go through wars or the challenges of the past, technological advancement is a double edged sword. We are more...Read More
We absolutely love this poster! Often, kids pick up the language we use and mimic after us. A careless question of “Can you really do it?” may seem harmless to us, but can undermine and affect a child’s confidence & ability to perform. As adults, we need to practice responsible speech in our conversations with the little ones, so as to build their confidence and...Read More
When I was 15, I questioned the benefits of learning binomial theorem and its application to my life. 2 decades later, this question still remains unanswered. Today, I am recognised as an adult legally and expected to be an adult. This “adulting” process has been challenging and while I respect that life cannot be as structured as a classroom, there were definitely some skills...Read More