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Suffering is common across the world! Few teachings help you cope better! You can thrive too..take responsibility (Karma) seriously

Recently, I attended a workshop done by an organization called Tvame ( New tab ( ) They have designed a weekend course that runs for 4 weeks ...Details are available on their website. ( New tab ( ) In this program, every participant gets enough time during the course as well as in follow up 1-1 meetings with Tvame instructors, every week , post session, where they address key questions, concerns, worries of the participants with respect to what they learnt in the previous weekend session. These sessions are immensely helpful... plays crucial role in success of this program.. Begin within is the what is the call to action for this course and it helps us look within and understand why we are what we are all physical, emotional, social. etc. levels that we are and why we struggle with life events so much. Is this because, we don't have idea about who we are as lives (born on earth), other than  genetics and other codes that determine and affect our self (body, emoti

Hire for basic human values that are "strongly embedded"; dare yourself to develop that man/woman!

Hiring is the toughest job, especially if it is for a role that impacts many in the organization by it's abilities to influence or interfere with the existing power structure of the organization.   Roles in senior leadership are often more complex to find for as well as fit into. That's the test of organization's stated culture vs lived one.  Insecurity seeps into and we all are humans...I have my many insecurities and it takes wisdom to wipe them off slowly. So, when we hire people into such roles, we must do a panel and roundtable multi-layer, multi rounds of interview and do a thorough strengths vs weaknesses analysis.. Give serious thoughts on what benefits you can leverage and what risks you need to be worried or not worried about. Hire anyone and you have a bucket of risks ...risks of many kinds.. Gallup asks us to focus on strengths and to be leveraged and developed and not get too worried about the weaknesses (though Gallup calls them strengths, which, however, con

The Five Dysfunctions of a Team: A Leadership Fable by Patrick Lencioni

  The Five Dysfunctions of a Team: A Leadership Fable by Patrick Lencioni Ref:  Video Review for the The Five Dysfunctions of a Team: A Leadership Fable by Patrick Lencioni - YouTube