Did you know that 20% of millionaires never set foot in college? Even Bill Gates and Steve Jobs dropped out of college! Plus there are countless other examples of people who became successful in their field or who started a new path in their life without...read more
I am living positively at all times and have given up using negative phrases like “I can’t” because I know I CAN!
I am living positively at all times and have given up using negative phrases like "I can't" because I know I CAN! Your brain is designed to solve problems and reach goals, and that means you must give up phrases like "I can't," "I wish I were able to," and "If only I...read more
Affirmation of the day I am working toward fulfilling my goals every day and I easily move past those times when my expectations are not met. Napoleon Hill, the author of Think and Grow Rich once said, "You can be anything you want to be, if only you believe with...read more
July 12, 2019 Today I enter into my 59th year. Leaving behind 58 year's of life filled with love, care, togetherness and unshakable belief in God. Thank you Parvathi, Kuberan, Nisha, Amulya, all my siblings, school and college friends, staff and clients who shaped me...read more
Affirmation for Meditation & Reflection I choose to believe things are possible, even when I don't know how they will happen. There are two roadblocks that hold us back from achieving our goals and making good decisions. The first one is fear of what we don't...read more
Divine Art of Listening
The more listening you do, the more God-like you will appear. At the same time you will also become more smarter. You will be liked better and make excellent conversationalist.
A good listener always winds up far ahead of a good talker in the affections of people. This is because, a good listener always allows people to hear their favorite speakers, themselves.
Top 5 Rules to become a good listener
- Look at the person who is talking. Anyone worth listening is worth looking at too.
- Lean towards the speaker and listen intently. Appear as if you don’t want to miss a single word.
- Ask questions. This let’s the other person (the talker) know that you are listening.
- Stick to speaker’s subject and don’t interrupt. Avoid changing subjects on a person until he is finished; no matter how anxious you are to get started on a new one.
- Use the speaker’s words — you and your. When you use I, me, my and mine, you are switching the focus from the speaker to yourself. That’s talking not listening.