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Self-Development: a Persistent Process of Learning

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I grew up in an orthodox Brahmin family during the mid 80s and early 90s. The bitter experiences and turbulent accidents affected my personality and mindset so profoundly and negatively that I lost my confidence entirely. Those childhood and teen age experiences made me timid and a person with no confidence. Due to which, I had to work very hard to be the person that I am today.
Some years ago, when I realized that I was left with no option rather than working on my mindset and personality, I started looking for the ways which could be helpful. The very first aspect which I wanted to change about myself was to have a self-value which I hardly had. Nobody paid any attention to me or my viewpoints. No matter how hard I would try, no one gave any heed to me. We all are familiar with the fact that the feeling of being ‘No One’ hurts us a lot. Let me tell you that we all are living in the best era as there’s an easy access to the internet. I started watching the motivational videos which we…

We Vs Others

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Hello Folks, how are you all? My today's blog is about if we are truly committed to ourselves. It's very significant to ponder about this thought. After all, this is our life and we, only we...are responsible for it. We must take the responsibility for our lives and actions. Why do we keep looking at others for making certain changes in our lives? Why do we keep blaming others for our failures or problems? Why do we keep thinking about others' ways or techniques to change our lives positively or the other way round? OMG!! Our attitude has made our lives more miserable.

During my training sessions, people's questions bewilder me as they seem to have bothered about others more than their own lives. People ask the questions such as how to deal with the people (others) who irritate them or how to cope with problematic situations which are created by their colleagues (again others) deliberately so on and so forth. Most interestingly, they are damn sure that all the problem…