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A fellow stay-at-home mama recently said she was felt envious when she heard my "boardroom talk" and had wistful "visions of tailored clothes, shiny shoes and coffee machines." I love my shoes (I am a...
We've all been there - you're hanging out with someone who has a great career/wonderful husband/adorable child/perfect life, and she (usually she) can't help but offer 'advice' so you can get to the same happy place. She lurks in disguise as a friend/sibling/cousin/aunt/neighbour/random person you just met an hour ago.
Have you ever met somebody who is really good at their job and blissfully content to keep doing that job? Have you wondered how it could be that they are not ambitious and don't want to move up the ladder? I would dare to say that it's a great thing to have resources who are content holding the plug in the wall.
I have been working with the young minds of our great nation for a long time now. But even though these are young minds, most of their views about the developments and events in our country are driven by ancient beliefs and thoughts. Here are five things we must change today to move towards a better future and to live a more powerful life.
Every young Indian knows that the only way to win the respect and approval of the neighbourhood auntie is by becoming a doctor, engineer or MBA. Those with creative aspirations are likely to have them...