Almost all global economies are in a trepid phase right now, most NRI’s haven’t been able to recover their original investments in stocks or real estate since the slowdown. NRIs are now turning their long held aspirations of owning real estate in India, into reality.
Since I am in the business of coaching professionals in their career and their life some come to me hoping that having a session with me they will somehow magically “discover themselves.” This obsession of finding oneself is deeply rooted in those who are unhappy in their careers—and even life—because they do not feel fulfilled in their everyday existence.
“We pick our joys and sorrows long before we experience them.” —Omar Khayyam, A Sufi poet and an eleventh century Persian polymath.
There are many visitors insurance plans available in the market. Getting a good insurance plan for your parents or relative can be quite confusing. Many times clients ask me if visitors insurance really pays as they have read many negative comments on the Internet. Well, the good news is that YES, insurance companies do pay up to the policy maximums.
As summer comes to an end, the sun is beaming at its brightest. As much as the warm sun feels great and the weather is uplifting, it is VERY important to protect your skin from the damaging effects of the sun's rays. 90% of premature aging and skin cancer stems from being exposed to the ultraviolet lights from the sun's radiation.
You have worked hard, saved up, and are now looking for a good investment opportunity. Maybe your goal is to move back home to India to be with your family within a few years. Maybe you have considered the high return on investment potential as India comes to the forefront of the world’s economy.
When I wrote my blog last week, Getting to the Why, I was merely writing my reflections based on the experience with my clients and how they come to understand the process of discovering the “why” as they continue to reach within themselves during the coaching process with me.
Here are three life lessons that I learned at a vipassana meditation retreat:
1. All in life is interconnected.
We live in an incredible web of connectedness. Everyone and everything exist in relation to each aspect of their individual life and each tier of collective life:
- Family and generational
- Social and community
- National and global
People often reach out to me because they feel lost in their careers. I interpret that as being lost, not just in their career but even otherwise! They complain that they are not fulfilled in what they do.
Many job descriptions routinely mention change as one of the competencies in the posted openings. This is particularly true for senior management and executive positions.