Big picture thinking as a teenager entails thinking beyond what we can see with our sight, hear with our ears or feel with our hands. It is a picture of the mind. It is an excellent picture developed in our mind that sticks closely to our memories, plans and journals. Our dreams and aspiration, our goal and plans all together form our big picture. Pictures reveal our identity. Pictures keep moments alive. … More How to Develop Big Picture Thinking
We are bound to face rejection in pursuit of excellence. Whenever we are rejected in the quest of becoming stronger or more successful, we should never give up but look forward at opportunities even while others are not seeing it. … More 6 Ways to Overcome Rejection
Habits are not our vision, they run with our vision. They drive us so fast that we do exceptional things without feeling stressed or tired. They become part of us so much that winning becomes a natural thing to us; success gets attracted to us.
The golden rule of habit says you can’t extinguish a bad habit, you can only change it. Now is the era of change, won’t you be glad to be part of this change? … More How to Cultivate the Habit of Success
Creativity is simply making an ace out of what you do and how you deliver your potential. Creative people do not neglect important steps; they take planning seriously. Beautiful things happen when we make use of our potentials in an attractive and excellent way. … More 5 Unique Ways to Develop Creativity
Every team member has a role or more to play to ensure the effectiveness of a team. Hence, every team member must be a team player. A team’s growth requires a conscious effort of each member for the achievement of the stated goals and objectives. … More 11 Ways to Become an Effective Team Player
You are that person who can make a difference everywhere you get to. Your ugly perception about life must be changed. You are that goal-getter. You are exceptional and you need to put things right. It starts from now. You will improve on yourself as from this moment.
I need you to look at yourself again and say the best of words you have ever said to yourself. Will you? … More Practicing Assertiveness