Working under pressure

Over the years I have learnt a thing or two about working under pressure. I have learnt that when one acts or live under intense pressure one start to create survival environments for themselves. I have seen people who live in survival journey making impulsive judgments, angrily rushing to bring closure to whatever matter is at hand. He or she feeling is compelled to get the problem under control immediately, to extinguish the perceived danger lest it destroy him or her. When one lives in survival journey they are robbed of their flexibility, their sense of humour, their ability to … Continue reading Working under pressure

Express, Don’t Repress

As you work your way through your life, don’t suppress your emotions. Instead, experience them fully. I have a friend who recently went through marriage break up. She was so angry about the whole thing. When I called to talk to her she wanted to cry and speak up her feelings without any interruption. I offered her my ears. She talked for over two hours. “Thank you so much for listening, “ she commented at the end. I suggest that rather than be depressed for weeks or even months, one should express the emotion in a healthy way. If you … Continue reading Express, Don’t Repress

Don’t give up

Groundhog Day is about an arrogant TV weather man Phil Connors (Bill Murray) who finds himself stuck in a time loop where he keeps repeating the same day over and over. The worse part? He’s the only one who remembers the past day’s events — no one else seems to remember anything! At first he uses this time loop for personal gain. After a while though, he starts to evaluate his life and priorities. Phil Connors is trapped in a recurring day — a freezing February day in Punxsutawney. The town never changes; the events and the people never change. … Continue reading Don’t give up

Living under pressure

I daily chat with people on social media and even in workplace or places where I am presenting, they  tell me that they are bored with with everything around. When I ask them to tell me more, they say that they feel stressed out with their jobs, with their marriages, with their partners who ignore them, they say that they feel wrapped up in thoughts of what could go wrong, and for some they feel like nothing will ever get better in their lives. I empathize with each of these people. I feel that God brought them to my life … Continue reading Living under pressure

Feeling abandoned

Sometimes we feel abandoned  Left in the cold. Lonely and stormed. In this moment of fear, the unknowns and struggle we tend to blame others for some of our problems. We fight within ourselves and ask millions of questions. One Question. Why don’t you seek God first? Pray. God does listen but remember God doesn’t give what you want he gives you what you need. What do you hope to do now? Continue reading Feeling abandoned