MASS

Webinar on Increasing Memory Power

MASS

Webinar on increasing memory power

3 Days Live Training on
Memory Acceleration & Simulation Strategies (MASS).

(Exclusive for students)

 

Amount – Rs.500/- only
Date – 25th, 26th, 27th Aug 2020
Time – 04:00pm to 05:30pm

By
Shri S Nagalingam IRS (rtd)., Memory Sculptor, Nikhil Foundation.

Contact: 97903 55590
99948 27927

https://www.facebook.com/events/2099736700158434/

To Register :
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Regards:
SIR & TASK

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Mapusha was a great Leader ??? #The_Lion_King

While watching the movie- The Lion King we all feel that Mapusha was a strong king and yet he was cornered and kill and we feel bad. But on a second look you will see that- He was not that strong. A person is as strong as his weakness. And Mapusha had few… 1.He knew that Scar was a trouble and yet did not pay much attention to it . 2.Nor did he take any action to stop Scar. 3.His intelligence department was not strong. 4.After the first attempt…he should have done investigation on why Simba and Lara did what they did. And hence he paid the price and so did the rest of the kingdom. 

The same thing happens with all of us. Let’s know what we don’t know. It’s our duty to overcome our weaknesses to get succeed.

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Art of Saying NO !!

Ever saidyes when you virtuallyprefer to say no? Many of us, including me fall victim to this. My Well wishers Used to Say don’t do all the help or support to everyone which makes my work delay or incomplete. 
For instant me and one of my trainer were getting ready for a training program. We plan to meet at a temple by 9:00 a.m. along with my car. As his home was for away he asked me to pick up at his home. I usually say yes for everything. But after my well wishers advice I was thinking about my situation and environment. I clearly told him that as it was school time the place will be too rush so if I took my car and I was crossing all those school area and reaching his place means we may late to the training program so I just said NO to him and asking to come to the temple itself.
And one more incident., Everyone used to say what we will think that will be happening. It Is really true. I am a proud member of Nikhil Foundation. We had our trainers update once, during that time are director Mr. Soundar nagalingam has given me the same title on the spot as “art of saying no”. and he told me that I am the one who need to improve on this title so prepare for this and present well. As per his wish I did my level best with an activity called as “Yes or No”.

NO : Next Opportunity

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OutBound Training For leather factory employees

It was a fantastic session for a leather factory employees at vaniyambadi. 
Thank you so much Rajkumar sir for your love and blessings. 
Really it was a goosebumps moment when we get standing ovation after the session.
And the second happiness is when the participants says that they will implement what they have learned.
Then the real happiness for any facilitator is to see the outcome as their growth.
Heartfelt Thanks to MD, GM, and all directors for their wonderful hospitality and humble discussion about the upcoming sessions

#ABC

#Corporate 

#OutBoundTraining

#LifeLongLearning

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Which will make you happy ???

Last 6 days we totally were busy in manufacturering a big quantity paper pencil order for Malaysia client.

Even my cousin sister joined with our tamizha team for the completion of the project.

So as she has requested we all went to a movie today. While returning from theatre, near to my grandma home one stranger left his bike key., Unfortunately that key make my bike puncture. That time he was searching for his key. While I was returning the key he was so sad for my bike. I simply smiled at him and told that I will be taking care of it.

Before that he was afraid that I may demand for some money. At last he said thank you to us and he went.

Whenever we are helping others that will make us happy. I always believe helping hands are better than praying lips.

Helping is not only what we do something to others, sometimes it is also which we do nothing to make others happy !!

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Positive Dialogue

Dear Parents.,
The words you write or speak to others can leave a huge impact and create a lasting memory–either good or bad–so it’s super important to choose them wisely. Words can make or break a relationship and your choice of words and the way you express yourself can accelerate your attitude.

“Words are free. It’s how you use them that may cost you.”

Talk during the in-betweens.

What were you doing the last time you had a good conversation with your child? I know the answers: walking or driving to school, baking together, bath time, and, of course, bedtime. These times and activities loosen tongues because parent and child aren’t looking at each other. In fact, we are in parallel position. Most of us think talking is supposed to be about relating deeply, but kids actually open up in the middle of doing other things, during what I refer to as the “in-betweens” of life.

What were you doing the last time you had a good conversation with your child? I know the answers: walking or driving to school, baking together, bath time, and, of course, bedtime. These times and activities loosen tongues because parent and child aren’t looking at each other. In fact, we are in parallel position. Most of us think talking is supposed to be about relating deeply, but kids actually open up in the middle of doing other things, during what I refer to as the “in-betweens” of life.

So kindly allocate a separate time to interact with your child. So that you can have eye to eye contact and you can have good rapport

Let’s Try a Different Advice.

It’s hard to believe, but our precocious 21st Century kids of all ages still crave direction. After the story, after you’ve responded, then discuss together how your child might handle the situation differently next time. Ask for her ideas, and don’t be afraid to give yours. Try not to lecture, and pay attention to those subtle signals of going on too long. Keep it short, and use your life-wisdom to guide. Begin with, “I know my experience isn’t anything like yours, it’s very different now,” since even young children need to feel separate enough to discover what works. Powerful advice means recognizing your own limits to help kids make decisions without you. Tell them, “I can’t be there to make the decision about sharing that toy or sharing that secret with Joanne, but here’s what I think will happen.” When children know where you stand, they feel closer to you and more willing to open up

While trying to talk with your child ( except in-between time) and while applying this different advice kindly use these below positive words.