The Vivekananda series …… 6. Dropping the “I”

Dropping the "I"

Dropping the “I” is all that is required for us to see our true selves. The ego stops us from being full of love for our fellow travellers !

Mark Cuban Attributes His First $1 Million to Reading This Book | Inc.com

Long before you heard the name Mark Cuban, he drove a $200 car. — Read on http://www.inc.com/betsy-mikel/mark-cuban-attributes-his-first-1-million-to-read.html Very interesting read indeed. One of the important decisions of our lives was to become and be debt free before I would hit 50 years of age. This decision was taken when were a bankrupt couple, and I … Read more

How Fearless Organizations Succeed

As organisations go through change in tune with the external environment, or based on changes in the internal context, driven proactively or reactively, there is always fear amongst the employees. Fear of their uncertain future. The style of leadership combined with the culture in the organisation adds to the fear brought in by the organisational … Read more

How to be more persuasive, according to neuroscience – Business Insider

In her book, “The Influential Mind,” Dr. Tali Sharot, professor of cognitive neuroscience, shares the main factors that determine our ability to influence someone else. To better persuade, it’s imperative to understand those factors. — Read on http://www.businessinsider.com/how-to-be-more-persuasive-according-to-neuroscience-2018-10

Leadership Lessons from the Bhagavad Gita #24 – Focus

Chapter 2 Verse 41 व्यवसायात्मिका बुद्धिरेकेह कुरुनन्दन | बहुशाखा ह्यनन्ताश्च बुद्धयोऽव्यवसायिनाम् || 41|| vyavasāyātmikā buddhir ekeha kuru-nandana bahu-śhākhā hyanantāśh cha buddhayo ’vyavasāyinām vyavasāya-ātmikā—resolute; buddhiḥ—intellect; ekā—single; iha—on this path; kuru-nandana—descendent of the Kurus; bahu-śhākhāḥ—many-branched; hi—indeed; anantāḥ—endless; cha—also; buddhayaḥ—intellect; avyavasāyinām—of the irresolute Translation – O descendent of the Kurus, the intellect of those who are on this … Read more