August 2015 - Nand Kishore Chaudhary

Laugh and Others Will Follow

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Smile OshoIn today’s world, with so much fighting, poverty and corruption, it is hard to have an optimistic outlook on life. Everything seems downright depressing if we stop to analyze it too much. And even though most experts agree that positive people are happier overall and, as a result, healthier and more satisfied with life, how can we feel upbeat in this environment?
Some people have experienced unspeakable tragedies and may well wonder if they will ever laugh again. But while it may seem difficult, it is possible to find happiness.

A Simple Solution to Stress

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NKC Staying calm during stressful or anxious situations is one of the hardest things to do. Our minds race with worries and tension. We cannot think clearly, our hearts are pounding and it feels as if the walls are closing in.
Most of us have experienced this and it is not abnormal. But if this happens too often, we lose sight of our goals and things get out of control. Too much stress can also affect our relationships with co-workers and family, and more seriously, damage our health.

It’s Time to Get Emotional!

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emotions Increasingly, emotional intelligence is being discussed as a very vital part of leadership. This concept is defined as “The capacity to be aware of, control, and express one’s emotions, and to handle interpersonal relationships judiciously and empathetically,” according to Oxford Dictionaries. A leader can have all of the so-called “appropriate” qualities and skills such as education from a top business school, entrepreneurial thinking and confidence. But if he or she is lacking in emotional intelligence, the ability to recognize emotions in others, they will never be able to move forward no matter how hard they try.

Dr. Kalam was a Gem of a Human

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teamwork India, in fact the world, lost one of its brightest citizens with the passing of former president Dr. Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam.
Kalam, also known as the “missile man of India” and the “people’s president,” was the father of India’s nuclear weapons program. His story demonstrates the notion of never giving up. Born into a poor family, he worked hard to support his family and also made sure that education was his priority.