Thoughts

Imagination & Intelligence: Who is more important ?

This question has always put thinkers, scientists, and theorists in a spot.  Albert Einstein certainly thought so too. He said: “I’m enough of an artist to draw freely on my imagination, which I think is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world.” We all know that Einstein was a genius but maybe …

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Learned Helplessness: Managing setbacks and negativity

In medical terms, “Learned Helplessness” is a psychological condition where an individual continuously faces a negative, uncontrollable situation and stops trying to change their circumstances, even when they can do so. In simple terms, a smoker may repeatedly try and fail to quit. He may grow frustrated and come to believe that nothing he does …

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Managing Millennials: Converse Theorem of Mentoring

 With every passing year, the participation of millennials in various aspects of life is increasing. These millennials come with different mental wiring which could be very different from the existing fabric of many organisations.  The millennial workforce in numerous organisations can be of great value to the growth and success of your brand. If …

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