In today’s world, being an extravert seems to be the prerequisite for being successful. Our culture is constantly emphasizing the importance of networking, being good with people, and engaging constantly with the outside world. The qualities we encourage in our children mimic these values: we admire the outspoken and boisterous leader over the quiet and reflective group member. Despite our admiration for these qualities typically associated with being an extrovert, almost 50% of people may be introverted. In fact, out of many of the CEOs and leaders in the world, more than......
“Be present” It’s the latest catch phrase of our decade. Everyone is constantly telling us to stop worrying about the future, to move on and forget about the past and to live in the...Read More
When first beginning a relationship with someone, it’s often easy to gloss over a partner’s small idiosyncrasies due in large part to the hormonally and emotionally driven ‘honeymoon phase’. However, as the relationship progresses...Read More
When was the last time your body and mind became so quiet and withdrawn from the surrounding circumstances that you felt you just couldn’t carry on any longer? Honestly, for me it happens every...Read More
NADIA SETHI discovers the world of inner communication in silence. Lately I have rediscovered a forgotten and natural form of communication, which happens in silence. Nature has been generous in empowering me with five...Read More
LUKE COUTINHO shares some of the amazing health benefits of the humble coconut. Mother Nature is incredibly generous in the way she provides – offering a bounty of fruits and vegetables rich in vitamins,...Read More
SARALA UPADHYA reflects on the visions of founding fathers, and how we can all work towards realizing our own vision in life. It was really a ‘dream come true’ for me, as I entered...Read More