Posts by nancy

Animal world and Self improvement…

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Reading with my daughter – The book had some great visuals of animals and their characteristics. 30 mins past — I am writing now, having learnt some role model and bad behaviors that stand out from the great visuals shown in this book. They display their abilities and deficiencies – a useful guide for us to know what to adopt and what to avoid. Take a read Loving and adopting behaviors – Dog – love, trust, commitment (opposite of god) Crow – scavengevers, scavenging bad feelings from mind Cow – Every part of my body and it’s output is useful Behaviors – to be avoided – Cat – demanding sympathy Monkey – mischievous, joker – no focus Rat – timid – shy to communicate Giraffe...

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Revenge on the Innocents

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I’ve come across several people who speak their mind and do so bluntly. While they equate their bluntness with being forthright, but others correctly conclude this as lacking intact. This always becomes an obstacle in relations with others. The bluntness is usually regarded as being individualistic and discourteous, much against the required code of conduct of mutual respect.  Why people lack tact? – In a sense, these people are not discourteous but just uncourteous. They do not recognize the need for courtesy in their association with others. I believe they are on the prowl for revenge. They are inflicting revenge not to people who’ve injured them in the past, but on innocent people. This feeling of revenge could be deep rooted from sufferings...

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‘Zoom out’ before you ‘ Zoom in’

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At your child’s annual function – Your  video camera ZOOMS OUT to detect where your child is; and you ZOOM IN to catch useful details of your child’s act while performing. What seems so natural when capturing your child’s act can be quite difficult in real life situations. Given an objective, we often ‘zoom out’ in the wrong area…so finer aspects of zooming in, do not matter, how so ever well they are done. Resulting in – objective not met.  ‘Zoom out’ is identifying, diagnosing what to do. ‘Zoom in’ is doing, implementing, how to etc…  Given an objective, we zoom out on areas through our own lens. The lens is glazed at times with ignorance, lack of subject knowledge, bias towards some...

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Culture is everything

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When a business (for profit or non profit) isn’t going well, its leaders often think and talk about changing the corporate culture. They are right, as in my view, creating and spreading the desired culture amongst people is of utmost importance…better done sooner and as a continuous activity. Cultural shift appears to be fuzzy and a complicated task. However I believe this can be simplified by defining some key steps as a process.  To start we need to understand 2 key components of any cultural change. First – the RESULTS we are trying to attain from cultural transformation and Second – identifying and driving the underlying BEHAVIORS to achieve those results. Behaviors are the “soft stuff”…And improving the corporate culture...

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Observing the Wonderful

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Look at a child…Their senses are vibrantly alive to every small thing like the sunset, fancy colored speed breakers on roads, sudden cool breeze, dew drops etc. For a child the world is a wonderful place full of magic.  A piece of paper blowing along the pavement seems quite exciting to a child, because the child closely observes which is different from just noticing them. Close observations also leads you to reflect and makes you wonder about all the magical stuff around you. It is sad that when we grown up, we consciously make ourselves believe that there is no magic around us. It restricts you from saying beautiful words like -wonderful, cool, perfect etc. This approach of close observation and looking deeply into things keeps you fresh and...

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