|The first step to wriggling
out of a crisis, is to identify key
problem areas. Try pinpointing yours...
Are the policies and protocols holding
back great ideas? Be proactive. Talk
it up with the boss.
Is it your inability to manage the
work-life balance? Talk to your partner,
friends, and family. Have your responsibilities
revised, both, at home and at work.
Too much on your platter? Delegate.
Feel like you are stuck at the wrong
place? Chalk a career chart and get
a job change.
Think your creativity is wearing off?
Take up a hobby. Start blogging if
you are good at expressing yourself.
Pay attention to things and people
you love, to rekindle the inner spark.
Do you sense that your organisation
doesn't really need you? Add value,
contribute in unexpected ways, and
see the change in attitude towards
No recognition? Talk about yourself
as proudly as you would about your
partner, child or anyone you love.
point for parents
winning attitude can be inculcated
in your child, and this can make all
the difference. Raksha Bharadia, author
of Chicken Soup for the Indian Soul,
explains it with an example: "Parents
can try and put the child in the 'I
can do' mode quickly, before the child
has had the space to evict negative
Business School study decodes what
sets the crème de la crème
Leaders have the predisposition and
capacity to hold in their heads two
opposing ideas, at once. And then,
without panicking or simply settling
for one alternative or the other,
they are able to creatively resolve
the tension between those two ideas
by generating a new one that contains
elements of the others, but is superior
This process of conside-ration and
synthesis can be termed integrative
way to hoodwink failure is to believe
in the universal secret that suggests,
you attract all that you think and
imagine. Superstition shunners should
note that this principle is scientifically
backed by the universal Law of Attraction.
So, think like a billionaire it actually
holds the power to make you one!
hypnotherapy can help
always been the underdog, and all
efforts seem futile, there's hypnotherapy
to the rescue! Dr Blossom Furtado,
Clinical hypno-therapist who heads
the Delhi branch of the California
Hypnosis Institute, explains the process.
"We often have faulty assumptions
about our self. The subconscious stores
the entire database that feeds the
conscious self. If the information
you download internally is negative,
you feel like a deadbeat. Hypnotherapy
makes you go through a cognitive session
in which we can identify where and
when, and what causes theses thoughts.
Then, that bit is reframed and affirmative
thoughts are reinforced. You just
need to be determined."
Rs 300 to Rs 1,000, depending on how
acute the condition is
these can help
enjoy reading, we suggest you keep
one of these inspiring titles by your
bedside. These are popular books available
at any major bookstore.
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People
by Stephen Covey
The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle
You Can Heal Your Life by Louise L
Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill
Winning Every Day by Lou Holtz
See You at the Top by Zig Ziglar
Think Like A Winner by Walter Doyle