via HBR- Excellent article : What I Learned About Coaching After Losing the Ability to Speak


I knew I couldn’t keep facilitating team meetings and giving strategy presentations — staples of the consulting services I had provided for many years. But I still loved my work and needed to stay active, and my clients were open to trying a new approach, so I began managing my coaching relationships exclusively through written dialogue … Continue reading via HBR- Excellent article : What I Learned About Coaching After Losing the Ability to Speak

From HBR Newsletter – Feedback in Writing


Be Tactful When You Provide Feedback in Writing In an ideal world, feedback would always happen face-to-face, so the other person could read your body language and hear your voice. But there are times when you have to provide input through email, text message, or even instant message, and in these cases it’s important to … Continue reading From HBR Newsletter – Feedback in Writing

Sales Happen when Customer begins to say Yes!


In my sales coaching I would teach - Sales happen when Customer begins to say Yes. After First Yes - Keep saying things that will make him say Yes, Yes, Yes !  The best of purchase managers I train - I train them to say NO , NO . NO. NO - till their Tongues … Continue reading Sales Happen when Customer begins to say Yes!

Courtesy: BrainPickings Newsletter I subscribe to.


Astrophysicist Janna Levin Reads Ursula K. Le Guin’s “Hymn to Time” “The moment is not properly an atom of time but an atom of eternity,” Kierkegaard wrote in contemplating the paradoxical nature of time half a century before Einstein forever changed our understanding of it. As relativity saturated the cultural atmosphere, Virginia Woolf was tussling and taffying with time’s confounding … Continue reading Courtesy: BrainPickings Newsletter I subscribe to.

What is Art? What is HEAVY?


द्यदालिखति मनः आशावर्तिकाभीः हृदयफलके । तत्तद्बाल इव विधिर्निभृतं हसित्वा प्रोञ्छति ॥ Whatever the mind inscribes (paints), with the brushes of desire, on the board of the heart, fate, stealthily smilingly, wipes it all out, like a little child! भारोऽविवेकिनः शास्त्रं भारो ज्ञानं च रागिणः । अशान्तस्य मनो भारः भारोऽनात्मविदो वपुः ॥ - योगवासिष्ठ, वैराग्य An … Continue reading What is Art? What is HEAVY?

I’m Right – You’re so Wrong – Nihilist Perspective today


William Shakespeare eloquently summarized the existential nihilist's perspective when, in this famous passage near the end of Macbeth, he has Macbeth pour out his disgust for life: Out, out, brief candle! Life's but a walking shadow, a poor player That struts and frets his hour upon the stage And then is heard no more; it is … Continue reading I’m Right – You’re so Wrong – Nihilist Perspective today

Thicken the Plot – Bring Potboiler to BOIL!


Between a Rock and a Hard Place Meaning:  Being faced with two difficult choices. Jaws of Death Meaning:  Being in a dangerous or very deadly situation. On the Ropes Meaning:  Being in a situation that looks to be hopeless! Back To the Drawing Board Meaning:  Starting over again on a new design from a previously … Continue reading Thicken the Plot – Bring Potboiler to BOIL!

Random Acts of Kindness


Feeling brave? Give blood Someone looking lost? Help them with directions Is that litter on the floor? Pick it up and bin it Offer to help your neighbours/friends with chores Bake for your neighbour Bake something for your family/friends Remember to turn the lights off when you leave a room! Know someone who is not … Continue reading Random Acts of Kindness

10 Mind-Blowing Things That Happened This Week (4/27/18) via Listverse


MORRIS M. APRIL 27, 2018   Share6 Stumble Tweet Pin +1 Share SHARES6 Keeping up with the news is hard. So hard, in fact, that we’ve decided to save you the hassle by rounding up the most significant, unusual, or just plain old mind-blowing stories each week. After a couple of blissfully massacre-free weeks, this week opened … Continue reading 10 Mind-Blowing Things That Happened This Week (4/27/18) via Listverse

10 Times Farts Broke The Law


No matter what anyone tells you, everyone farts. In fact, if the average person farts 14 times a day, there are 365 days in a year, and the average lifespan is approximately 80 years, then you will fart over 400,000 times in your life. Not only human beings fart, though. All kinds of animals, including … Continue reading 10 Times Farts Broke The Law

Random Input Generator


To brainstorm and bring to the Boil inside the potboiler I generate some Random Inputs like this one: The memory we used to share is no longer coherent. I generated some thoughts to go with this Input. It is a past- A memory. Treat it like a 'Baggage' you do not wish to carry forward … Continue reading Random Input Generator

The Plot Thickens


I am a WayFarer with feet firmly on the Ground. I wish to help people, I am a social entrepreneur advisor and a life coach. I love to write original quotes about life, disappointments, triumphs, relationships and everything in between. I wanted to start a blog where the situation that has gotten way more serious … Continue reading The Plot Thickens

The Journey Begins


I am a WayFarer with feet firmly in the Ground. I wish to help people, I am a social enterpreneur advisor and a life coach. I love to write original quotes about life, disappointments, triumphs, relationships and everything in between. I wanted to start a blog where situation that has gotten way more serious or interesting due to recent complexities or developments and people need instant answers. I  motivate and impact people.  This blog is to Inspire, Influence and Impacts people Positively so they bring out their latent Strengths to the fore. Strengths come to light. Monetise them. Live Life Well. Inspire others. Life is wonderful. I hope all blog readers can join me on this journey.

Did you know…


... that today is National Richter Scale Day? Today, we honor American seismologist and physicist Charles Richter, born near Hamilton, Ohio, on this date in 1900. Richter is most famous as the creator of the Richter magnitude scale that, until the development of the moment magnitude scale in 1979, quantified the size of earthquakes. ~~~ … Continue reading Did you know…

Reality or Trickerty – Via Skeptic Newsletter


NOT IN YOUR STARS BY HARRIET HALL, M.D. Astronomy is science; astrology is superstition, mythology, and pseudoscience. Depending on how surveys ask the question, anywhere from 22 percent to 73 percent of people believe astrology is valid. Horoscopes still appear regularly in newspapers. Over 90 percent of adults know their zodiac sign. It never occurs … Continue reading Reality or Trickerty – Via Skeptic Newsletter

Feedforward by mentees “One Man Company and 11 in 1 Accomplished Mentor” – A compilation.


This article is also available on LInkedin I sought a Feedforward from my Mentees, Friends, Peers, Ex-Bosses and Mentors about this article. The responses have been most overwhelming, challenging and quite motivating. 1,Thank you AVM from Bengaluru for this fabulous feedforward: Quote "Hello First of all fantastic compilation of the areas which suits very well … Continue reading Feedforward by mentees “One Man Company and 11 in 1 Accomplished Mentor” – A compilation.

Discover “Nu couché (sur le côté gauche)”, Amedeo Modigliani’s greatest painting


https://ift.tt/2HWFDzh https://ift.tt/2FdtVND Discover "Nu couché (sur le côté gauche)", Amedeo Modigliani’s greatest painting from his legendary series of nudes. Upon their debut in 1917, these striking and sensual images stopped traffic and prompted the police to close the show. Today the series is recognized as one of the seminal achievements in Modern painting, giving new … Continue reading Discover “Nu couché (sur le côté gauche)”, Amedeo Modigliani’s greatest painting

Filtering in a Connected World


Filtering in a connected world There is more going on here than we might think we know. For instance, did you know that often the information we see online is being filtered for us, by someone else? Google has been personalizing your search results since 2005 if you were signed in and had your web … Continue reading Filtering in a Connected World

7 Thought Experiments that will make you question everything


The Veil of Ignorance Justice is blind, should we be? (Mural of Lady Justice by Alex Proimos. (Wikimedia Commons)) This experiment was devised by John Rawls in 1971 to explore notions of justice in his book A Theory of Justice. Suppose that you and a group of people had to decide on the principles that … Continue reading 7 Thought Experiments that will make you question everything

The hierarchy of disagreement: The best and worst argument techniques | Big Think


How to disagree well: 7 of the best and worst ways to argue March 16, 2018 by PAUL RATNER The hierarchy of disagreement, by Paul Graham. Many find themselves arguing with someone on the Internet, especially in these days fraught with political tensions. A great tool, the web also seems to drive dispute. It is … Continue reading The hierarchy of disagreement: The best and worst argument techniques | Big Think

Why intelligent people suffer more mental disorders | Big Think


via Why intelligent people suffer more mental disorders | Big Think Why highly intelligent people suffer more mental and physical disorders December 12, 2017 by TEODORA ZAREVA People with high IQ are considered to have an advantage in many domains. They are predicted to have higher educational attainment, better jobs, and a higher income level. Yet, … Continue reading Why intelligent people suffer more mental disorders | Big Think

Searching for meaning in life? The Japanese concept of ikigai can help you find it | Big Think


Searching for meaning in your life? This Japanese concept can help you find it February 6, 2018 by PHILIP PERRY A map of the ancient Japanese concept of ikigai. In the post-modernist, Western world, religious life has decreased substantially, patriotism has been replaced with a widespread distrust of the government, and getting ahead has become … Continue reading Searching for meaning in life? The Japanese concept of ikigai can help you find it | Big Think

The Genetic Fallacy and Double Helix


The Genetic Fallacy If I am made up of DNA, am I a double helix? If one thing comes from another, do they have to share traits? This might seem like a convenient bias to have. However, do redwood trees seem to have much in common with their seeds?  The genetic fallacy is the assumption … Continue reading The Genetic Fallacy and Double Helix

Song Stories – Victim to Killer Lyrics


Read “From Victim To Killer” by Dry Kill Logic on Genius blockquote>From Victim To Killer Dry Kill Logic Album Of Vengeance and Violence 1 1 FROM VICTIM TO KILLER LYRICS (Verse 1) Fallen victim, feel the weight of the world Crush the thought of what could have been Will it end here? Have you given enough? … Continue reading Song Stories – Victim to Killer Lyrics

Cheap Thrills by Sia – Lyrics


Read “Cheap Thrills” by Sia on Genius   Cheap Thrills Sia Produced by Greg Kurstin Album This Is Acting 0:00 3 828.3K 74 CHEAP THRILLS LYRICS [Verse 1] Come on, come on, turn the radio on It's Friday night and I won't be long Gotta do my hair, put my make up on It's Friday … Continue reading Cheap Thrills by Sia – Lyrics

The Dichotomy Lyrics


Bad Religion Bad Religion is a punk rock band that formed in Los Angeles in 1979. The band makes extensive use of soaring 3-part vocal harmonies (which they refer to in their album liner notes as the "oozin' aahs"), guitar solos and intellectual lyrics that often contain political or religious commentary. Their lyrics often relate … Continue reading The Dichotomy Lyrics

Mentor Lyrics


I'm surrounded by despicable culture It influences everything I do I'm surrounded by cynical vultures Who pick at the pieces of everything I do Everything Everything Everything Everything Need to go to the Temple to ask a few questions To question everything I do Context is cloudy, this darkness it dulls me It confuses everything … Continue reading Mentor Lyrics

One Man Company and 11 in 1 Accomplished Mentor – Jay Parkhe


We are all a One Man Company. Jay is A Complete FootBall/ Cricket/ Hockey Team Rolled into one as an Accomplished Mentor 1. Jay is a Coach. ( For Executives / StartPreneura / Businessman/Woman): When you need to have older, wiser person around, who is better attuned to your industry and job, Jay can coach … Continue reading One Man Company and 11 in 1 Accomplished Mentor – Jay Parkhe