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How to Tackle Challenges of Life? | How to Tackle Problem in Life? Motivational Blog by Jas Brar

How to Tackle Challenges of Life? Sometimes life brings a lot of challenges altogether, now the questions are what you will do in that time? Will, you simply quit or will you gather the energy to fight back? Let’s discuss further and look at these things from a fresh perspective.   When you are walking along the journey seems long and difficult but people will only join you if you

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How to Tackle Problems in Life

Recently I was thinking I have so many problems in my life then a phone call came and it was one of my old & best friend on the line. He told me his new Mercedes car got stolen. He was in big sad moments. He lost his car and money. I was shocked to listen to his story and the problems he is facing now due to this incident.

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How to handle rejection?

“Live your life for you, not for anyone else. Don’t let the fear of being judged, rejected or disliked stop you from being yourself.” ~Sonya Parker Overview Whether you were not invited to a social engagement, your matrimonial proposal has been rejected or you were overlooked for a promotion, rejection hurts. The way you choose to respond to rejection, however, could determine the entire course of your future. If you

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Are You Focusing on the Black Dot?

Overview Consider the image below this line. What do you notice right away? If your answer is “the black dot,” like many other people, it just shows how our mind has been programmed to see the hardly 1% portion which is black, ignoring the 99% which is sparkling white. It highlights the average person’s tendency to focus on “imperfections” and “issues” represented by the black dot, while the white paper

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How to keep away from gossip

Overview It has been said, “Gossip is a national pastime”. Whenever people find free time, at home, in school, college, or in office they resort to gossiping. According to Yale University researcher, we spend at least 60% of our conversations talking about people who are not with us at that time. While it’s a human tendency to gossip occasionally, some people can go overboard with it. Ironically, the more we

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How to Stop Playing the Blame Game?

“When a man points a finger at someone else, he should remember that three of his fingers are pointing at himself.”    ― Louis Nizer Overview One of the most destructive human pastimes is playing the blame game. It has been responsible for a considerable amount of human frustration and unhappiness. The blame game consists of blaming another person for an event or state of affairs thought to be undesirable.

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Learn to Respond, Not React

Overview We have all heard the famous saying, “life is 10% of what happens and 90% of how you react to it.” Imagine going to the doctor for medication and returning for a follow-up visit. In one case the doctor says you are reacting to the medication, in the other case the doctor says you are responding to the treatment. When anything happens in the environment to cause you feel

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Just slow down…

Now a days… …we feel irritated if a website doesn’t load instantly. …we think taking a nap is a sign of laziness. …we check our email, Facebook, and twitter 15 times a day. …we eat instant oatmeal for breakfast, frozen meals for lunch, and order takeaway for dinner. …we lose sleep over an upcoming deadline. …we even take our own lives because the pressure to perform is too much to

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Why are we so alone?

If you happen to ask the man on the street some questions about his neighbors like name, profession, contact number, you are in for a disappointment, because very few would have the answers.

How to become a good conversationalist?

Overview Effective communication skills are fundamental to success in many aspects of life.  Many jobs require strong communication skills and people with good communication skills usually enjoy better interpersonal relationships with friends and family. “You can have brilliant ideas, but if you can’t get them across, your ideas won’t get you anywhere.” ~Lee Iacocca The good news is that anyone can develop good communication skills. And it’s encouraging to know

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