Monday, September 21, 2015

Teens & Twenties


There are two types of leadership-"me" and "we." Where do you fall? Do you like your office door closed,

Fun-filled sleepover activities & games for teens

Sleepover parties, a growing trend among teenagers, are a fun idea of getting some alone time to interact and

Change your morning routine

Waking up in the morning does feel a very hard thing for everyone. But this is how the natural

Science-backed habits to make you more successful

It's hard to stick to your goals. The desire to eat healthy becomes overwhelmed by a desire to eat

Sincere ways to say, thank you

For leaders, expressing gratitude greatly impacts your people, your business and yourself. In today's workplace culture, perks like free

11 things smart people don't say

Emotionally intelligent people know that certain phrases carry special power-they make you look bad even when the words are

Everything you need to know

First things first, if you ever see your teen bleeding from the nose out of nowhere, don't panic. There

Make your child overcome fears

A child suffering from fear and phobia lacks confidence and may appear timid, gauche and awkward. Such fears must

Tips for using your time wisely

Anything is possible in the 24 hours we're given each day. Let me give you some thoughts on time

Simple tips to deal with your disrespectful teens

Disrespecting teenagers are very tough to handle. Light jabs if unchecked can lead to big punches. Your teenage son

Misbehaving teens!

Parenting is not a piece of cake, as any mother or father knows. There is always a common complaint

3 questions to know if you're truly confident

"To love oneself is the beginning of a lifelong romance," Oscar Wilde said. It might be the beginning of

Health benefits of youth sports

Allowing your children to participate in youth sports is a fantastic way for children to explore and develop lifelong

No such thing as failure

Anyone who ever did anything truly great failed first. Failure is part of trying. It's going to happen. What

Tops for setting powerful goals

The most important benefit of setting goals isn't achieving your goal; it's what you do and the person you

Basic Internet safety tips for teens

Are you worried about the amount of time your teen spends on the internet? Do you feel your teen

How to control your anger

We were angry last year. A divisive election and tense political scene were partly to blame for that anger.

Ways to make room for joy in your life

This month, make your happiness a priority by freeing yourself of any lingering stress or negativity. Take inventory of

Your body ,Your beauty

How often we undergo unnatural processes just to look "astonishing" in someone else's eyes? How often we stop eating

Archaic but useful yet

For the century before Johnson's Dictionary was published in 1775, there had been concern about the state of the

Why your attitude is everything

One of the most important steps you can take toward achieving your greatest potential in life is to learn

How to improve your mindset in 20 minutes

Mindset is a set of attitudes, says Carol Dweck, a world-renowned Stanford psychologist, who discovered after years of research

What decision to choose parents' or passion's?

You will regret in the long run if you don't study engineering. Mark my words!-just these few words of

How passion feeds you

Everyone wants a happy, joyful, successful life, and there are a lot of ways to approach the goal. In

Negative effects of verbal abuse on children

Imagine yourself a child being threatened or yelled at for a simple mistake or two. How would you feel?

Effective life lessons for your growing teen

Samia KabirLife is an ongoing lesson in itself. As you grow, you experience and learn. This cycle is repeated