Dr. Kaushik Sridhar

emotional intelligence

10 life skills not taught in schools

Reading Time: 2 minutes The education system plays a vital role in shaping the minds of young individuals. While schools provide essential academic knowledge, there are numerous life skills that often go unaddressed in traditional curricula. These skills, crucial for success and fulfillment in adulthood, empower individuals to navigate the complexities of everyday life. In this article, I share […]

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The Art of Listening

Reading Time: 2 minutes The art of listening is an often-overlooked skill that is essential to building and maintaining strong relationships, both personally and professionally. Listening is more than just hearing what someone is saying, it involves actively engaging with the speaker and understanding their perspective. Effective listening requires concentration, patience, and an open mind. It’s not just about

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My 20 Life Rules!

Reading Time: 5 minutes Life Rule #1: If you are simple, the world is simple for you! A simple life can lead to a happy life. People must be self-sufficient and happy, tolerant, and magnanimous. You can’t think about anything complicated. If your soul is overloaded, you will complain and worry about others. It is necessary to delete the

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Surrender to the experience: 14 emotions during 14 days in quarantine

Reading Time: 5 minutes Quarantine is often an unpleasant experience for those who undergo it. Separation from loved ones, the loss of freedom, uncertainty over disease status, and boredom can, on occasion, create dramatic effects. Suicide has been reported, substantial anger generated, and lawsuits brought following the imposition of quarantine in previous outbreaks. The potential benefits of mandatory mass

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May the Shift Be with You

Reading Time: 2 minutes The “Eeyore Syndrome” is named after the famously sad little donkey, Eeyore, in the popular Winnie-the-Pooh children’s books. Eeyore walked around with his head hanging down, feeling sorry for himself. Those suffering the Eeyore Syndrome expect the worst and find shifting their attitude difficult. A lack of confidence fuels this pessimism. Positively Persevering Laughter relieves

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