Love yourself

Your Meaning to life strengthens when you start loving yourself. Our start energy level growing in you , beautiful thoughts bombarding you ultimately inspiring you to do good , more good and slowly absorbing new insights making your life better.

Always remember once you start loving yourself irrespective of conditions in your life, your will love others also.

For dramatic change in your life start loving yourself and make journal of changes in you.

You will be surprised.Amin


Live intentional life

It was my best moments when I attended my certification course for John maxwell team Coach speaker trainer.We must live daily intentionally to design our life the way our inner core wish to be. This is only way to live happy and successful life.


Today I want to share another great video to improve communication skills. >> Click here to watch “10 Ways To Have A Better Conversation” (If the link does not work, copy and paste the following link to your browser: Celeste Headlee shares about how to have a real, engaging and productive conversation with anyone. The 10 Tips: 1. Be present in the moment. 2. Enter every conversation assuming you have something to learn. 3. Start your questions with who, what, when, where, why, how. 4. Let go of the thoughts that come and flow with the conversation. 5. If you don’t know, say that you don’t know. 6. Don’t equate your experience with theirs. It’s never the same. All experiences are individual. Conversations are not a promotional opportunity. 7. Don’t repeat yourself. It can be condescending. 8. Don’t bother about the details. People care about you and what you have in common, not the details. 9. Listen. It takes effort and energy to listen but it will help you understand the other person more. 10. Be brief. I really enjoyed this video and her points which are simple yet honest and real. It is about being interested in the person you are talking to. It’s about building the relationship. And leaders, how can you build a meaningful relationship with your team without knowing and understanding who they are? “A real conversation always contains an invitation. You are inviting another person to reveal herself or himself to you, to tell you who they are or what they want.” — David Whyte