“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” Gandhi Doing something good for someone, making them happy, gives you more happiness than you’d feel if you did something for yourself. It’s not my statement. I’m just sharing a research result that was revealed by Elizabeth Dunn and Michael Norton. They conducted the same research both in Canada and … Continue reading Might the secret to happiness be serving others?
The relationship with the self is the most important and crucial relationship in your life. Your career, your personal relationships, your home, and your health are all a direct result of the quality of your relationship with you. Dr. Chérie Carter-Scott, Transformational Life Coaching Since I started practicing as a life coach, I have been getting questions from so many people on what it entails. Questions … Continue reading I am an Insight Coach
“One of the most sincere forms of respect is actually listening to what another has to say.” Bryant H. McGill Even though my mom and I have a great connection, that doesn’t stop us from having the following kind of conversations quite often. Mom: – On your way to my place, will you pick Me: – Pick apples and walnuts up? (Because I know that … Continue reading The Art of Communicating
I’m not sure whether or not we appreciate enough the meaning of the word “Connection.” We, human beings, need, crave, and blossom by connections. Therefore, it’s essential to have a significant number of healthy connections to live a balanced and fulfilling life. Author Brené Brown describes the word connection best in her book “The Gifts of Imperfection” as; “…the energy that exists between people when … Continue reading Connecting with yourself and others