Coronavirus is spreading in many countries and affected many people. We all know during any crisis, health problems, it is normal to feel sad, stressed, confused, scared or angry. WHO has guidelines on how to cope with stress during the 2019-nCoV outbreak. Let’s find guidelines of Covid-19 Coping With Stress.
Everyone wants success in life, but many people do not achieve success. They have the required skills but they don’t know the secrets for success and the rules for success. Are you one of them struggling to achieve success? Let’s learn about the top 10 best rules for the success of the decade from famous successful persons Elon Musk, Mel Robbins, Oprah Winfrey, Bill Gates and more.
Everyone knows that Civil Services Examination questions are like an ocean. It is really difficult to complete the study as per the syllabus because you don’t get enough time to cover all the materials. When you try to cover all the study materials in the available time, you feel difficulty, frustration, tension and stress. So you need to be focused on studies on the available time limit. Ansar Shaikh IAS sharing simple tips from his experience about how to stay focused while studying for UPSC IAS exam.
Are you a bright student wishes to achieve a successful top career like IAS or other professions? Do you think such top careers can’t fulfil because your poor parents can’t manage the cost required for such studies? Ansar Shaikh IAS, son of a poor auto driver proved that everything is possible if you have a desire and dedication to hard work. It is the positive attitude that sets Ansar Shaikh apart from others. He proves that your attitude to never back down, face challenges fearless of failures and be steadfast in achieving your goal will lead you to success.
Have you read or heard the inspirational and unbelievable success story of Anju Rani Joy from Ernakulam, Kerala? Anju Rani Joy is a paraplegic woman, multi-talented and world record winner for the longest time lifting two glass jars (1kg each) upside down with two fingers of each hand. Anju Rani Joy is a multifaceted woman and her accomplishments so far have been stupendous. Anju is an actor, theatre artist, model, entrepreneur, record holder, media person, social worker and much more. Anju Rani Joy proves that difficulties make you a jewel.
Real-life is quite different from academic life. We have learned so many valuable lessons in schools and colleges. However, they don’t teach us some important and practical real-life skills for success in life. The moment we step into this competitive world of challenges we realise these life skills are missing. In this post, you can find a few essential life skills you were never taught in school. These self-improvement skills would help you develop and improve your self-confidence and stay ahead in life.
Have you heard the inspirational success story of 12-year-old girl Kaamya Karthikeyan who became the youngest mountaineer in the world to climb Mount Aconcagua in Argentina? Little Kaamya Karthikeyan is a Seventh Standard student of Mumbai Navy Children’s School. Aconcagua is the highest peak outside of Asia, at 6962 metres above sea level. Are you wondering how this little girl …
Are you a young girl struggling to find solutions to live a happy life? Have you fallen into negative friendships, addicted to social media or other such time-wasting activities? Are you a teenage girl struggling with mental stress because of the fear to share your problems with parents or other good friends? If yes, this …
Do you know the foods you eat can have a big impact on the health of your brain and memory? You can support both short and long-term brain function by eating a brain-boosting diet. Are you thinking is it really possible to improve your memory? Your lifestyle and eating habits are very important for keeping your brain healthy and good memory. Regular exercises, good sleep, meditation or such activities to keep the main free for a few minutes will help to reset and refresh your brain. Let’s find how to improve memory by eating the best foods to boost your brain.