Hello to NLP – II

Today I’m going to talk about NLP techniques, basically part 2 of my previous topic Hello to NLP. Before I start, I would like to summarize my previous topic; a quick recall. Hello to NLP was an introduction session, explaining what it is, how it works, and its benefits. NLP is Neuro-Linguistics Programming. NLP is […]

Whose fault is it

Whose fault is it Knock Knock! Baby, someone is knocking at our door. “Maintenance!!” Baby, it’s for the maintenance work. Can you please open the door? Sweet husband, he does everything for me. Recently I moved into a new bigger apartment which involves lots of shopping, lots of fittings and lots of maintenance too. The […]

Speak for a Change

Have you come across this type of situation? Whenever our faculty ask us to present a PowerPoint or a seminar when they ask for volunteers… That when we all bend down and act as if we are busy with something else. Right? We keep avoiding it The fear of public speaking is the most common […]

The Power of ‘Why’

The question word ‘Why’, is it good or bad? It doesn’t matter.What matters is, whether it is useful or not?When you question ‘why’, you come out with discoveries.Only because someone asked ‘why is it like this?’, ‘why can’t it be like that?’ we had several discoveries and inventions, as a result, we are enjoying the […]

100% Virtual

In today’s technological advancement, we can connect with people all around the world, more efficient and effective than what we could even imagine. I was able to attend two international club meetings, one at New York, The LACE club, and the other one with The Marine Parade in Singapore. Apart from toastmasters, Lots and lots […]

Experiential Learning

The best teachers are those who show you where to look, but don’t tell you what to see The biggest challenge any teacher faces is capturing the students’ attention and putting across ideas in such a way that it stays with them long after they have left the classroom. For this to happen, the learning […]

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