All friends are not made equal. There are 3 types and each serves a purpose.
Learn about the 3 types and how you can find true friendship with this recording!
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Key To A Good Life Ft. Aristotle – Logos Podcast Episode 3
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Overcome disappointment with the four letter acronym RAIN! Why let situations overpower you when you have the control?
How to Say ‘No’ (And Get More Time For Yourself) – Logos Podcast Episode 5
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Podcast explaining why you need to say ‘no’ and how to do it. Covers a 5 step refusal process, how to avoid being rude, and a practical way to reject someone’s proposal.
Key to a Good Life (Feat. Aristotle) – Logos Podcast Episode 3
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We all strive to achieve the good life. We want happiness and prosperity in our lives. But often, this ideal eludes us. Is there a good way to reach these states or is ultimate happiness just an illusion?
Well, in this podcast, Shubham Verlekar & Aristotle (played by me) discuss the idea of living a good life and try to uncover some principles behind achieving this state.
Listen to the podcast here: http://blog.shubhamverlekar.com/2017/05/24/key-good-life-feat-aristotle/
How to Handle Criticism: Logos Podcast Episode 2
Compassion – Need of the Hour for India: Logos Podcast Episode 1
Criticism is something we all go through. It doesn’t matter who you are, what you’re doing or what level you are at, you will face criticism at some point or the other.
So in this podcast, Shubham Verlekar & I talk about criticism and 5 steps you can use to handle it effectively and gracefully.
How Toxic People Will Ruin Your Life
Logos Podcast Episode 1: Compassion: Need of the Hour for India
Lay on her bed
Face; tear stained
Pulled a blanket over her body,
It had suddenly gotten cold
And dark too.
She curled up inside her blanket,
Black hooded figures hovering above her.
She wanted to fall asleep,
And never wake up again.
Her phone rang,
Grumbling she answered it.
A familiar voice said, “Hello.”
And the voice must have been magic,
The figures disappeared.
The room got brighter, warmer.
And her face lit up!
– Rucha Prabhudessai (Wordcravingssite)
An excellent poetry blog expressing youthful vulnerability. Explores topics that speak to the heart.
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The world is plagued with several problems. And some of these issues have a lot of misconceptions & ignorance tied to them. One such malady affects around 350,000,000 (350 million) people across the globe, according to WHO. What is this ailment? Well, it is none other than…
Guest poem by Leann Mesquita
There was a point
where I couldn’t hide it;
Hide it from the world that surrounded me.
Astonished by my behaviour,
People began to question me;
Question me about my “surprising” change.
Hey, guys! So we hit 25 posts on the blog. I’d like to take this moment to thank each and all of you, both here on WordPress (38 of you, so far!) and my friends on Facebook, for following me & supporting me.
As a tribute, I thought of giving back by sharing your views on a topic. So in this post, we’re gonna look at your perspectives on the meaning of happiness. Let’s have a look: