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Tips to Develop Self-Esteem in Your Child22-Jan-2019

Self-esteem is one's opinion about themselves and their abilities. It can be low, high or somewhere in-between. Sometimes, people tend to occasionally doubt themselves and low self-esteem is bound to leave the feeling of insecurity. Developing self-esteem is vital but it can be harder, especially for children with attention and learning issues. However, you can help your child develop positive self-esteem by praising his/her efforts and helping them recognise his/her strengths. Here are a few specific ways to help your children build self-esteem: Read More...

Tips to Plan for the Future21-Jan-2019

When you are in your teenage, planning can feel like a task that is pointless. Everything, from education to retirement to career, can seem like things happening to other people. But, this is the ideal time to planas the whole world feels like it is at your feet and one should take advantage of it. It is often difficult to nail down a plan when we don't know what we want to do with our lives. Also, goals can change along the way. You should take some time to tweak your plans and make it right. There is nothing called as "right" or "wrong" about what you should do in the future, but once you are determined to plan your future, there are few steps to take towards reaching those goals. Read More...

Few Important Ways to Teach Children the Right Values18-Jan-2019

Parents are often keen to instil good values into their children including values of compassion, perseverance, self-discipline, dependability, kindness and respect. Doing so early will protect children from negative societal influences and build a strong foundation for them to become better citizens. In today's world, children are more influenced by distractions such as the Internet, television, movies, video games and music. They have a greater effect on children and in shaping their perspectives more than ever before. So, what should parents do? As per few experts, parents should be availablefor their children. Like talking to them about what is right and wrong and what constitutes good behaviour and what does not. Let's have a look at practical techniques that will help in instilling values in children: Read More...

How to Stay Focused?12-Jan-2019

Achieving goals is a tough task. It demands constant motivation. In a transpiring world, with numerous distractions than ever before — from non-stop web push notifications to constant texting — it can be harder to stay focussed and not give your best at that moment. Most often people struggle tostay focused, whether it's related to education, career, health or getting better at a hobby. However, at the end of the day, you wouldn’t want to be consumed with regret because you didn't follow through on something you really wanted,and you wouldn’t want to feel like you failed in achieving things that are important. If you are looking for ways to stay focused and achieve your goals, here are few tips: Read More...

Increasing Thinking Capacity11-Jan-2019

Once George Bernard, an Irish playwright and critic said, “Few people think more than two or three times a year; I have made an international reputation for myself by thinking once or twice a week.” From memorising math formulas and the periodic table of the elements to preparing for board and competitive exams, there are multiple situations in which cognitive function and focus are required. It allows you to get work done in a short span of time and come up with solutions that may not be possibleotherwise. However, there are different ways to improve your brain power, if you are willing to do the right things constantly fora longer period of time. Here are a few ways to improve your thinking capacity: Read More...

Best Ways to Increase General Knowledge of Children09-Jan-2019

One of the most common dilemmas that many parents have these days is: "My child is already preparing for both board and competitive exams. Should I burden him/her by teaching general knowledge as well?”. However, general knowledge is not a normal subject with a defined curriculum, and this is the time when it becomes precarious for many. Improving general knowledge is a slow and timely process. The amount of knowledge one obtains has a strong connection to other learning attributes like problem-solving, intelligence and open-mindedness. This is the reason general knowledge is used to measure competency during entrance tests. So, how can parents help children improve general knowledge early? Here are a few simple and effective habits to improve a child's general knowledge: Read More...

Importance of Physical Activity for Children07-Jan-2019

Success in all walks of life comes with time management. Most of thetime, it seems like there are not enough hours in the day to get everything that you need to accomplish. But if you want to achieve more than others in a shorter time, you must learn how to manage that time. Time management refers to how you organise and schedule time for various activities. There are various tools and techniques to help you get more done in less amount of time. Here are some time management tips that will help you manage and organise 24 hours in your day as efficiently as possible: Read More...

Developing Effective Time Management Skills05-Jan-2019

Success in all walks of life comes with time management. Most of thetime, it seems like there are not enough hours in the day to get everything that you need to accomplish. But if you want to achieve more than others in a shorter time, you must learn how to manage that time. Time management refers to how you organise and schedule time for various activities. There are various tools and techniques to help you get more done in less amount of time. Here are some time management tips that will help you manage and organise 24 hours in your day as efficiently as possible: Read More...

How to Develop Multitasking Skills?02-Jan-2019

Multitasking refers to a human’s ability to perform multiple tasks at the same time. Often, children multitask without even realising; studying for exams or working on projects. Effective multitasking is an exercise in brain and utilisation of the neural channels within. However, to successfully multitask, children need to balance tasks, avoid interruptions and concentrate on personal procrastination. Contrary to what many believe, multitasking is not just accomplishing two or multiple things at the same time but attempting to accomplish several things at once. This is accomplished by mentally going back and forth between two or more tasks so rapidly that it appears children are doing them simultaneously. Here are few techniques to multitask more efficiently: Read More...