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Worksheet – Setting Boundaries

An exercise in Introspection Boundaries can be person-centric or situation-centric. Some change, some do not, no matter what. Rigid: Strict and do not change. Eg, Stay off the grass, Beware of Dog, My shop opens at 10 am. Porous: Negotiable

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Kinds of Boundaries

Boundaries apply both ways. What it means to you and require others to follow; the boundaries of others that you have to respect and follow too. You respect mine. I respect yours. Yet it is not quid pro quo. Depending

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Boundaries Liberate You!

 “When we fail to set boundaries and hold people accountable, we feel used and mistreated.” ~ Brené Brown. STOP asking why they keep doing it? START asking why you keep allowing it? “How could he have said such a thing?” “What did

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Cultural navigation@work!

Enable your Cultural Quotient Understand, respect and be courteous towards each other The new normal is a global atmosphere of work culture. Working with people (and, genders) from varied places, backgrounds, cultures, mind-sets and time zones create multifarious challenges along

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A Culturally Diverse World – the need for improving your CQ

Every nation in the world has a culture unique to its own. The Germans are defined by efficiency, the Italians by their chilled-out attitude, the self-contained Japanese, the easy going American, the focused Chinese, the hardworking Korean, the sensitive Arab

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Constructive Controversy

Enabling Difficult Conversations towards Problem Solving Like the age-old saying, No Pain-No Gain, one can now say, No Discord-No Concord. Arguments, conflicts, disagreements, debates and discussions are here to say. Gone are the days when leaders want mere obedience and

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Sleep is Bliss!

How many of us here are on the quest for success? All of us, you bet! So we grind, grind, grind and burn the midnight oil, right? A sleep-deprived species, we are programmed from childhood to sleep less, work hard

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It’s never too late to say, P.S: I love you too:)

Spiritual Living – Dying Rituals  I was reading about the practice of the Parsi community who leave their dead for the vultures. The article mentioned about the species becoming near extinct and the community was looking at other solutions of

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Is Loyalty a virtue?

Sita asked Ram thus. People familiar with the Ramayana and the protagonists of this epic would time and again be baffled with this question. What is loyalty and how does one define it? Is it faith or faithfulness? Is it

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I lost my voice: Life Lessons

(Published on March 6, 2017) It has been a week now. Am yet to talk continuously 4 sentences without tiring my voice. The week gone by has been a period of fear, puzzlement and a series of profound life lessons.

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Situations are dynamic. Thoughts are divergent. Bosses are unpredictable. Subordinates are dissimilar. Peers are different in nature, quality and form . Technology and globalization are sweeping the world. But, culture inherent...
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