Developmental Psychology, Performance Psychology, Psychology

Psychology Behind Effective Crisis Leadership

There is nothing in a caterpillar that tells you it's going to be a butterfly! (Buckminster Fuller) Since time began there have been major crises. Pandemics, flooding, famine, terrorist attacks – we cannot be certain when they will happen, only that they will.  During a crisis, cognitive overload looms; information is incomplete, interests and priorities… Continue reading Psychology Behind Effective Crisis Leadership

Developmental Psychology, Psychology

Part 3 : How to be an Adult? : Emotional Thinking!

Life is impossible without emotions. We make decisions based on whether we are happy, sad, angry, anxious, or frustrated. We choose activities based on the emotions that they incite. Therefore, understanding emotions is one of the most essential elements of a high-performing adult. What are Emotions? Emotion is one type of effect. It can be… Continue reading Part 3 : How to be an Adult? : Emotional Thinking!

Developmental Psychology, Organizational Psychology, Psychology

Pandemic to Possibility

What just happened! Our world is undergoing a battle-response towards nCovid pandemic. So far, there has been more loss than rescue. The level of devastation in terms of loss of lives, while not comparable to other modern-day pandemics such as, HIV/AIDs or yellow fever pandemic, has been so rapid and unchecked that it has mocked… Continue reading Pandemic to Possibility

Developmental Psychology, Psychology, Social Psychology

Part 1 : How to be an Adult? – Steps to develop a Signature Presence

Adulting is a process of constructive development of self. This is beyond buying furniture, having a health insurance or quitting smoking (that was stupid to start with!). Adulting is learning how to mature socially and engage with the world in a way that promotes positive development, and helps you achieve your true purpose. Introduction of… Continue reading Part 1 : How to be an Adult? – Steps to develop a Signature Presence

Developmental Psychology, Psychology, Social Psychology

How to be an Adult? – Introduction

Adulting is hard AF! Adulting is not a naturally occurring phenomenon, and in that it is different from ageing. An adult is usually identified as someone of a certain age, and with age arrive definite sociocultural, legal, occupational, emotional, financial etc, etc(n) expectations - uncaring of the internal obstacles that may not have been addressed… Continue reading How to be an Adult? – Introduction

Developmental Psychology, Performance Psychology, Psychology

Hey! You got a monkey on your back

A lot is happening and a lot is passing too. Life seems to have gone from a (barely) manageable 3D version to a brutal 4D with a space-time continuum, making the mind toggle between past and future. While the creative tension between what-has-been and what-can-be is the source of all learning and development, in these… Continue reading Hey! You got a monkey on your back

Developmental Psychology, Psychology

Back to Simplicity

Dieter Rams is a famous industrial designer who is revered world over as someone with unparalleled astuteness in design and an equally relevant wisdom to go with it. The computer and the phone that we use look the way they do because of Dieter Rams. Therefore, surprising as it sounds, he is vehemently against consumerism… Continue reading Back to Simplicity

Developmental Psychology, Psychology

Rebalance

https://www.quantamagazine.org/chaos-theory-in-ecology-predicts-future-populations-20151013/ It is not the world that is mysterious. Rather the way we view it makes it mysterious. In these last few months humans across world over have been facing death by a family of viruses which is eluding a cure, mocking all the science that we have discovered over generations. The mayhem that this… Continue reading Rebalance