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Ashwini C N

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Be less ambitious, achieve more goals!

Have you been in a situation where you see something, get obsessed with it for months, finally forget about it & go on to pursue something else? Does this keep happening to you for every other task that you take up?... Continue Reading →

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Are you emotionally attached to something?

My first phone was a Nokia 6085 Flip Model. It is an unbelievably cute phone. I was always fascinated by flip model phone and secretly hoped that I would have one for myself someday. My wish was granted when my... Continue Reading →

Font Matters

I enjoy the writing process. From thinking of an idea to putting it down to a phrase and then expressing it in the form of words till it sounds similar to what it did in your mind. Of course, there... Continue Reading →

Interpreting Feedback!

A couple of years back, I used to conduct sessions on communication skills. It was coordinated by another team. While they took the efforts to organise sessions, gather audience and facilitate the sessions, my work was just limited to conducting... Continue Reading →

All the way to Leh!

I’m back home after an amazing trip to Leh-Ladakh. It was a wonderful holiday and I got to tick an item off my bucket list. We had initially planned to go to Leh during May and we were eagerly looking... Continue Reading →

The Best Accessory!

If there was one reason to go back to school, I would do it for the Moral Science classes. Preparing for these exams taught me a valuable lesson in life.  I learnt the art of expressing an idea in different... Continue Reading →

Designing our well-being

Life teaches you the best lessons when you're least expecting to learn. Of the many divine interventions (I’d like to believe so!) that taught me some valuable lessons, I recently learned about how I’d been taking my health for granted.... Continue Reading →

Where Life Begins!

I’ve often felt that the concept of comfort zones are over-rated. I wonder if it is even practical. To think of it, if everyone is really within their comfort zone, would anyone have problems? Wouldn't everyone be happy with what... Continue Reading →

A note to my 18-year-old self

There are so many things which I would like to tell you, and I’m sure you will listen because I have something that you don't - experience. Define your life First of all, stop listening to those who are trying... Continue Reading →

Minding your Heart

Over the years, I've noticed how the spirit of the child in me is more excited during the first 2 months of the year, compared to the rest of the year. The New Year celebrations, resolutions and not to forget... Continue Reading →

Another step forward…

Now that we've stepped into 2017 I try (yes try, and depending on the feasibility implement) to take stock of what I could have done better the last year and how I could make some changes to the current year.... Continue Reading →

The Year that Was.

Warning: This is my mandatory yearly round up post. 2016 was a great year for me. Touchwood. Of course there were crappy days too, but some of the days stood out and overshadowed the other days, so much so that... Continue Reading →

Of Words Left Unspoken

One of the most remarkable advantages of the Internet is how it has given people a medium to express their views. What was once reserved for an elite few is now thrown open to many. People have wonderfully used this... Continue Reading →

Book Review : The Calling by Priya Kumar

Priya Kumar is a motivational speaker and has written 8 books of which “I Am Another You” was a national bestseller. She has many international awards to her credit. This book “The Calling” falls in the genre of Inspiration and... Continue Reading →

Playing with the flow of thoughts!

I hate interruptions. As much as I’m known for my ability to speak for a considerable period of time in a conversation, I ensure I take a pause every now and then. It gives them a breathing space to assimilate... Continue Reading →

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