Month: July 2023

Success: A Means, Not an End!

(Part 3 of 5) Traditionally, success has been viewed as an end, measured by specific goals achieved. We set targets such as landing a dream job, earning a certain income, or obtaining a prestigious title, believing that these milestones will define our success. However, this perspective may limit our understanding and the

A Trinity of Values For a Better Society

(Part 1 of 5) Introduction: The harmonious functioning of any society depends on the interaction between responsibility, freedom, and security. These three elements are the building blocks for a peaceful and balanced community. They must function together; having one without the other is impossible. An important lesson from the July 2021 riots

Stop Doubting Yourself!

(Part 6 of Emotional Intelligence) Have you ever felt trapped by thoughts that hold you back from reaching your goals? Have you ever considered how much your beliefs shape your identity and self-esteem? It’s time to break free from the limiting beliefs that underestimate your true potential. As said by Franklin D.

What’s Relationship Management?

(Part 5 of Emotional Intelligence) Relationship management refers to building and maintaining positive connections with others. It is the ability to develop and nurture healthy relationships with family, friends, peers, colleagues, and others you interact with personally and professionally. “Our ability to connect and build meaningful relationships with others is what gives

What’s Self-management?

(Part 4 of Emotional Intelligence) Self-management is the ability to control yourself. It is to control your thoughts, emotions, and actions to achieve your goals. It’s like having an inner GPS that helps you overcome life’s challenges. It lets you stay focused on your goals, even when distractions or obstacles arise. “Self-management

What’s Social Awareness?

(Part 3 of Emotional Intelligence) Social awareness means you can understand and recognise the feelings, perspectives, and needs of others around you. So, it is about empathising with others, being aware of social dynamics, and understanding how one’s actions and words affect others. It involves observing and understanding social cues, such as

What’s Self-awareness?

(Part 2 of Emotional Intelligence) Being self-aware means knowing yourself well. It’s about understanding your thoughts, feelings, and actions and recognising your strengths and weaknesses. It helps you better manage your emotions and behaviour, make better decisions, and set realistic goals. It’s an essential emotional skill to have for your overall happiness

EQ For A Better You

(Part 1 of Emotional Intelligence) Emotional intelligence(EQ) means understanding and managing your feelings, as well as recognising and empathising with the feelings of others. It’s about being able to control how you feel and react, and to understand the feelings of others. For example, imagine you’re angry because someone made fun of