That’s the thing about appreciation!

Let’s talk about appreciation, shall we?

It is human instinct to crave words of encouragement. So is the basic nature of man to judge, so is the desire to be appreciated by the society at large.

Ideally, everything we do is for appreciation, knowingly, or unknowingly. When our efforts and hard work don’t get validated, we get dejected.

Finishing it off in style: Dhoni takes a bow

Needless to say, Dhoni owes a fair share of credit for transforming the game of cricket in the nation. His mastery fuelled downtown India’s dreams right from the rural to the urban. He initiated the transformation from the deeper nooks of the country to the outer core by turning it into a revolution itself.

Networking: why it is an important skill and how to boost it

Networking, today, has become a significant skill. Every human being has become a user. Right from a profitable company to a single individual, online presence has become a must. Networking skills include communication skills, public speaking, empathy, interpersonal skills, and many more.

7 ways to create work-life balance during lockdown

Each day is new. New opportunities, new ways to identify your passion, better ways to improve yourselves, and newer ways to stop burnouts from taking a toll on you. More than ever, each day presents a set of new things for us to learn. But it is important to create a balance between life and career. Each day is new. New opportunities, new ways to identify your passion, better ways to improve yourselves, and newer ways to stop burnouts from taking a toll on you. More than ever, each day presents a set of new things for us to learn.But it is important to create a balance in life and career. Here are seven ways to balance work and life.

THE KONMARI WAY OF LIVING: Reviewing “Joy at Work” by Marie Kondo and Scott Sonenshein

Are you stuck in the whims of productivity and building a career with no time to reflect on yourself? If yes, then this book is for you. Here are 7 insightful things I have learned from this book.

Confirmation Bias: why we think the way we think

Confirmation bias refers to believing things in such a way that they sync with the thoughts you already believe in. It influences our thoughts and then, our actions directly. It may seem a common thing. Not until the same bias leads to wrong decisions and misinterpretation. One disregards the evidence and facts in order to hold on to the existing beliefs.

Too many decisions, so little time: the never-ending decision fatigue

Research states that a human being makes a jaw-dropping amount of 35,000 decisions every day! You may wonder how is that even possible. Decisions need not be only related to crucial life-changing situations. Decisions range from deciding what we will be eating for breakfast to whom we will be making our life partner.