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How do you feel when others ignore, don’t hear, or don’t understand what you are trying to communicate? Why do you think they do so? Have you ever thought how others feel when you ignore, don’t hear, or don’t understand what they try to communicate to you? Why do you do so? Do you have answers to the above questions? Have they made you think? Did you know that you can find the...

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“Think before you speak” is an age old saying that most of us have grown up with. Some have understood the essence and lived by it, while others found it tough.  What does this saying mean and why is it important that we live by it? Well, words have power, and once they are out of your mouth there’s almost no going back unless you’ve found a way to repair them. When we...

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Even before you get to see someone’s handwriting, their signature is the one thing that you can easily and quickly get your hands on. If you’ve ever found yourself curious - looking and trying to decode someone’s signature or your own, read on, this blog is for you! A 'signature' does what earlier thumb prints or seals would do. While putting thumb prints to analysis could be a task, signatures are not....

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We have all played some sport as a child, and no matter what sport we played or are still playing, what is most important, is the attitude of sportsmanship. So, what is Sportsmanship all about? Sportsmanship implies playing the game not just for winning, but for enjoying the game and taking part well with a positive, co-operative and fair attitude.  As said by Pierre de Coubertin, the founder of the modern Olympic Games, ‘The important...

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