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According to Alibaba founder Jack Ma, a successful leader needs to have IQ, EQ, and LQ

So, what are these EQ and LQ apart from IQ? Here is the elaborations of them by Jack Ma himself. Good leaders generally develop different kinds of intelligence. There’s old-fashioned IQ of course, their intelligence quotient. There’s EQ, the quotient related to emotional intelligence; this concept turned fashionable in management circles within the last few years. And then there is what Jack Ma calls “LQ.” “If you want to be respected, you need LQ,” said Ma, the founder and executive chairman of Chinese internet giant Alibaba, who spoke in New…

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What is meant by Relationship in today’s generation?

I often wonder is there any serious issue called “love” that is being submerging in the name of love itself!! Well we need to focus on that otherwise our next generation will not be able to ponder upon THIS properly. Yes, it is true that our generation lacking the very idea of how to love actually losing their true identity. We human beings after all are not machines; we cannot be totally emotionless; if we want to love, we have to be “LOVE” in ourselves. Our generation is lacking this…

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11 major differences between Indian and Western culture

  Every nation or country has their own culture relating to food, clothes, social life, living style, addressing, languages, festivals, literature, dance and music, traditions, marital life, relationships, beliefs, spirituality, independence and many in the list. On the global platform, Indian culture is one such topic that is widely discussed and highly spoken when compared to western culture these days. The jerk up of globalization has made a big difference and changes in the lifestyle of people living in western as well as India. Yet there are some practices in…

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How you can use your intuition to create miracles in life

This hidden power of your mind is lying unused. If you can utilize even 1% of it, you can create miracles in your life. Sadhguru says, ‘After the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami, I went and saw that except humans and domestic animals which were confined, no other creatures were dead. All animals, even the fishes, had sensed Tsunami well in advance and migrated to safer places.’ Human beings are the most evolved creatures. Our intuition should be better than other animals. What has happened to us? We, the so called…

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Research says daughters of strict moms are more successful

A new research claims that parenting would be easy and successful if mothers remain strict ,and hold their children in a firmhand. If you push your daughter a little too much and brave nagging stares from the new-age moms who believe letting their daughters be is the right parenting technique to raise confident kids, then this is the time to pat yourself on the back. According to a recent study, tiger moms who pressurize their kids to perform both academically and otherwise are actually raising more successful daughters. The research…

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EDUCATIONAL DISHARMONY IN INDIA: GOVT. SCHOOL VS. PRIVATE SCHOOL

    A nation can only be progressed with the progression of its education. But here in India the progression in educational system is very pathetic. The base of any nation that is willing to be a superpower in every sense of the term always needs to be commendably strong so that it is able to realize its ambition. India, as a nation, has taken some steps in that regard with the institution of steps such as compulsory free education for each child till the age of 14 years and…

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Still menstruation is thought to be a taboo in India although there is no point in it

Eight of ten Indian girls are not allowed to enter religious shrines when they are on their period; six of ten girls said they are not allowed to touch food in the kitchen, and 3 of 10 are asked to sleep in a separate room. That menstruation taboos still have firm roots in Indian society was revealed in a study by the Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS). Funded by the UNICEF and published in the British Medical Journal, the study tried to find out how much access adolescent girls…

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Virginity : A mockery of seeking respect

What is the word “Virginity” that stands for as a hallmark of a woman’s respect? Why not the question is applicable for men as well? Is this mandatory to prove this hallmark? Well, again it is a question of our thought – processing, how do we cultivate our mentality to it? Virginity is thought to be as a seal on human body (especially on women) to prove her worth and purity in the society. A woman can lose her virginity like a man. But a man is never questioned on…

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How to use passion & potentiality together to achieve success?

We all know there is no shortcut for success but there is a fine line which holds the key to the success. If we think about all the successful people across the world, we can see the fine line that they hold up get success – the fine line is not a readymade thing but is a product of potentiality accompanied by one’s true passion which holds the ground of the person to visualize his aim. Passion and potentiality are the two-different aspect of human behaviour. Passion can be of…

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