You probably know that what we speak is what we create. We talk all the time, but often we pay little attention to the words we speak.
Do you usually reflect on the words you speak? Are they positive or negative? Are they encouraging or disheartening?
I grew up in a negative environment; as a child, I never heard any positive or uplifting words. On the contrary, Self-defeating, critical or judgemental words were the typical conversations in my home. Continue reading “Amazing Trick And a Powerful Message for You”
It is always a pleasure to listen to Sir Robinson, and in this TED talks, he addresses the importance of the necessary reforms of the educational system.
He speaks about teaching, learning and the three principles on which human life flourishes. Continue reading “How To Escape Education’s Death Valley by Sir Ken Robinson”
“I know but one freedom and that is the freedom of the mind.” – Antoine de Saint-Exupery (1900 – 1944), French Writer and Author of ‘The Little Prince’
We speak of freedom, believe in freedom, rejoice in the notion of freedom, dream about freedom, lecture, promote, and hope for freedom, but what do you think freedom is?
I feel there is an excellent value in recognising different perspectives about freedom. Continue reading “What Do You Think Freedom is?”
Have you ever imagine how reading quality books can lead you to learn more about the inner workings of writing?
Well-known authors, novelists, creative consultants, bloggers, copywriters, freelancers, website content writers and so forth have found the secret to capture more readers and keep them longer. Continue reading “How Does Reading Influence Your Writing?”
Younger generations are considered to be the masters of digital technology and gadgets, compared to the older generation who lags behind in adopting to high-tech. However, we, baby boomers, are getting more and more involved in using digital technology.
Typically, these days, we could be watching our favourite TV programme while checking emails on our phone. Among those messages, we find a promotional alert from one of our favourite shops, and in no time, we would click, select size, colour and enter our credit card information. Continue reading “Baby Boomers and Digital Technology”