“It’s not you, it’s me” is a phrase most used when breaking up with someone. It’s an attempt to spare the other person from hurt, but, is in fact about that person not measuring up to our standards. So is
In my conversations with men and women, I have often observed how articulate and perceptive they are when talking about the drawbacks of others. =For couples, this relates to describing the faults of their partners, remembering every displeasing detail and
It’s most disappointing and disheartening not to be able to find love … in the people you have known all your life: your family, your siblings, your friends. Being Single, can make us so single-minded in our search for love, that we forget
If you are reading this, chances are you are on your phone. Emailing, messaging, browsing and in general being consumed by online interactions have become the norm, where we may be surrounded by people, but in all sincerity, respond mostly
Having recently joined LinkedIn, I have till now been mildly active but quietly observing. I am not sure how it works for others (feel free to comment on your experiences below), but so far I sense more of a disconnect, than a
Let me share my own experience here. I always get to know people for who they are, not what they do, because of which I develop deeper ties with most of my business relationships and all of them have been
A common concern we have is how to become more confident at work, especially during team meetings, giving presentations. It is no surprise that our confidence is highly influenced by what others think of us (how we look, what we
Generally, the “term” follower pertains to social media However the act of following or follow up is a crucial and purposeful act, after you meet people for the first time. If you don’t follow up with the people, you might
I get this question a lot. “I am very shy and introverted when it comes to meeting people” Here are some suggestions that may help. 1-Start by not labeling yourself as an “introvert”. It limits you in motivation and behavior.
Pick Quality Over Quantity: Taking the time to know few people in a small group will have a better outcome than meeting people at large events. Have a look below, at the two experiences. Which draws you in more?