Constant efforts have to be put in for improving productivity of men and machines, all the time. We have to improve on our existing systems, however good they maybe. The norms that are excellent today will become outdated tomorrow. What seems un-achievable today, becomes a matter of fact tomorrow and the day after, becomes obsolete. … Continue reading Aditya Birla On Productivity: Men
Innovation is both challenging and rewarding and essential for excellence in management. I have learnt that a corporation has to face new challenges all the time. We have to keep changing strategies, goals, and our approach to meet the changing scenario constantly. For instance, environment and ecology were unknown words till a decade back. Today, … Continue reading Aditya Birla On Innovation
Good leadership is one of the very important factors for success. Gone are the days, when the boss was automatically the leader, and the cardinal rules while dealing with the boss were: Rule No. 1—The Boss is always right and Rule No. 2—If the Boss is wrong, refer to Rule No. 1! I have found … Continue reading Aditya Birla On Leadership
A key aspect of coaching is that over time you start seeing your situation differently and become aware of how your thought patterns are responsible for you being in the place you are. New ways of being, new ways of thinking will open up new possibilities for action. And for action to be consistent accountability … Continue reading Why Coaching Works?
Maybe, maybe not, but it’s just a slower, less fun—and often—more expensive road without one! Most people don’t have a coach. They resist it. They think that they can do it on their own and often aren’t willing to make that investment in themselves. In my opinion, this is a trap that most people fall into that … Continue reading Do You Need A Coach?
1. Move bank accounts to take advantage of perks and earn more interest 2. Turn off the television. 3. Stop collecting, and start selling 4. Sign up for every free customer rewards program you can. 5. Make your own gifts instead of buying stuff from the store. 6. Write a list before you go shopping … Continue reading 76 Ways To Save Money
Homeschooling is an educational method and philosophy that advocates learner-chosen activities as a primary means for learning. Homeschooling students learn through their natural life experiences including play, household responsibilities, personal interests and curiosity, internships and work experience, travel, books, elective classes, family, mentors, and social interaction. It encourages exploration of activities initiated by the children themselves, believing that the more personal learning … Continue reading Homeschooling: The New Age Learning Tool
Donating sound like a full-time job. I think it is! Be proactive: If you find yourself considering a gift to a charity that called you on the phone, you’ve already lost most of the battle to do as much good as possible. Your money will go furthest if you set time aside, think about all … Continue reading How To Donate Like A Pro?
24 short hours—that’s all we’ve got in a day! And yet, in the mad rush of our lives, we are constantly trying to fit a zillion thing into its tiny package. Here are the 5 steps that set me free. I believe they can do the same for you! Stop Believing in Busyness: Believing that we need … Continue reading 5 Ways to Find More Time in Your Overscheduled Day
After years of a what people call fictional successful marriage life, I have come to the conclusion for an awesome married life, a true successful one. Here's my secret formula: Not too much dependency, not too much freedom. Right combination is inter-dependency. Marriage is not a battlefield to prove supremacy over each other. Compassion is … Continue reading Tips For Successful Marriage