Reflection & Wellbeing: What’s the connection?

Care for one’s well-being or others’ wellbeing at its core is a spiritual practice. Reflection in the act of achieving holistic wellbeing plays a powerfully potent role. Reflection is the act of being with your BEING. What can be more potent than this medicine. Tweet The 5 steps to reflection in the process of restoring wellbeing may… Read More

“The oak fought the wind and was broken, the willow bent when it must and survived.” Robert Jordan

If your “2-year-old” self comes face to face with your “current self”, who would he/she be looking at? A resilient self hopefully. Resilience is a trait innate to humankind. That’s how the 2-year-old-self learned how to walk, talk, feed. We all tripped, we all fell, we hurt, we cried, but we tried. There is no… Read More

10 leadership lessons – from Chandrayaan 2 Moon landing

This weekend India and the world watched with anticipation, ISRO Chandrayaan 2’s Vikram Lander’s landing on moon’s south pole. It ended with a collective sense of disappointment as contact was lost with the Lander just minutes before it’s landing. Prime Minister consoling the ISRO chairman video became viral. (‘Men crying’ and ‘men crying in public’ is an equally… Read More

Emotions at Work

Last weekend I participated in a Transactional Analysis workshop conducted by P. K Saru who is an Internationally-accredited Teaching and Supervising TA Analyst. During the workshop, I was reminded of the precept “Our greatest freedom is the freedom to choose our attitude” by Victor Frankl. In my practice, I have found that executives are often subject to an unseen-unspoken norm of “we… Read More