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10 quick tips about Youth

“It takes a very long time to become young” – Pablo Picasso.


It’s said that the youth is a seed of the plant, called nation and thus they are empowered to determine the future in regards to either prosperity or devastation. They are like water, adept of taking form of the mould it’s put into, which makes it all the more imperative to infer the very underpinning of their thought process. Here are a few tips to help you penetrate in those young minds and get an insight into their life.


1)Shed those inhibitions: don’t burden your mind with the baggage of your conservative thoughts. This will help communicating with ease, come naturally to you.

2) Don’t force your perceptions onto them: understand that they are not a mirror to you, they have their own individuality and distinct thinking.

3) Avoid skepticism: stop doubting their abilities, this will either evoke the rebel in the, or bring their morale down, neither of which is good and will only pave way for further mishaps.

4) Give them the much needed push: all they need is some encouragement that becomes an impetus for them to strive harder.

5) Instill confidence instead of overconfidence in them: overconfidence can certainly get to the head and can be misleading and misguiding sometimes.

6) Don’t scrutinize every action of their’s : overly scrutinizing every activity of their’s will build more pressure leading to blunders.

7) Match your expectancy to their’s: expecting a lot more than what they expect of themselves can be damaging too.

8) Do not overshadow their existence: constant reminders of you being the reason for their existence can be very stressful and disturbing .

9) Don’t force feed values: don’t make it seem like values are a moral obligation, instead let them imbibe them on their own.

10)  Foster the virtue of making flaws or mistakes: mistakes only enlighten you further on things you were oblivious to, so let them know that you can only rise when you fall.


Turning a dream into reality.

How real does your dream seem ?

Don’t  overthink. The answer lies within you…

All you need is a little introspection!

Following  are the 5 ways you can turn that big dream bubble of yours into reality:

  1. Certainty of goal: Make up your mind and zero in on that one goal you want to prioritize , this will help you get clarity of mind.

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  2. Focus is the key: Focus like a horse with blinders on. With minimal distractions, overcoming obstacles will be child’s play.
  3. Oblivious to Pessimism: Nip Negativity from the bud and eliminate it completely leaving no trace. This will boost your optimism and give you the much needed impetus to strive harder.
  4. Time to Act: Take gradual yet firm steps towards your dream in order to fulfill it, since actions speak louder than words.

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  5. Reward Yourself: Take a moment to pat yourself on the back for all the sweat and toil you put into turning your dream into reality, for nothing can make up for the contentment.

5 secrets for mastering the art of leadership

A leader is the one who knows the way, goes the way and shows the way.

- John C. Maxwell

1.Know your organization like you know yourself – A good leader is a pupil himself first, who has an unquenchable thirst for knowledge along with extensive inquisitiveness, which forms the cornerstone of his deep insight into the organization.

2.Open to suggestions – A good leader is predominantly a good listener, who’s always open to contributive suggestions and ideas from his team and fellow colleagues

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3.Efficiency is thy virtue – Efficiency forms an integral part of good leadership. A good leader is a highly skilled craftsman who devotes all his energy to his work in order to make sure that there is no room for flaws.

4.Problem solving on point -  A good leader has an exceptional trait of analyzing the problem thoroughly before drawing conclusions, which involves anatomizing the problem and scrutinizing every alternative solution to it.

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5.Power of communication – The key to effective leadership is powerful communication which aids in the smooth flow of network. Communication is not just confined to speaking but listening as well and the two when balanced, form the underpinning of a vociferous leader.

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5 Wrong Traditional Beliefs That Hold You Back!



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”To believe in something, and not to live it, is dishonest.” – Mahatma Gandhi

These are famous words by the father of the nation, Mahatma Gandhi, which are etched in every individual’s mind, living in this country, yet often it’s the pessimism that makes room in our minds, cornering the optimistic beliefs and stagnating our growth. There are 5 such misconceptions nurtured by individuals that often end up becoming hurdles in their path to success.

  • Failing at something gets you the tag of a failure: Life in itself is a learning process and there’s always room for mistakes, since it’s the mistakes that teach you eminent lessons, which need to be rightly imbibed and implemented when encountering similar situations, after all Failure is the stepping stone to success.
  • Too old to start a new venture: Age is no barrier to foray into an unexplored or uninhibited field. As it’s said, with age comes wisdom, which makes an individual fully equipped to tackle the most unconventional and distinct endeavors.
  • Approval of family and peers on eminent issues: Considering approval of family and peers is no harm but thrusting their opinion on self to an extent that one’s own view is overshadowed does not fall under the parameters of being ethical.
  • Perfection equals success: Sometimes it’s the imperfections in life that become an impetus for people to strive harder in order to attain success. As human beings we are inherently flawed and that’s what keeps us going.
  • I am destined to do it: Man is equipped with the caliber and vision to choose the best for himself, owing to which he can judge what’s wrong and right for him, thus man makes his own destiny and not the other way round.