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Self Improvement

5 Simple Habits That Strengthen Your Self-Confidence

June 26, 2018
The secret to self-confidence is that no one is just born with it. Here are 5 self-confidence boosters that you can practice starting now.

Loving Yourself, Celebrating Your Successes

May 2, 2018
Success! You did it. But how long did you celebrate for? If your success was forgotten overnight, the chances are your next one will be too.

4 Life Lessons From Wonder Woman Every Woman Can Take To Heart

September 15, 2017
Wonder Woman was a major film for female empowerment, and not just in a superficial sense. Here are four life lessons women can learn from Wonder Woman.

5 Essential Soft Skills For Employability And Job Success

March 22, 2017
Here are 5 soft skills employers seek in a candidate. These skills will help you get hired and succeed in your job.

Why You Should Say ‘No’ At Work

February 6, 2017
Tired of saying yes to everything? These tips will help you through the process of saying 'no' and reap the benefits of making such a decision.

5 Lessons Women Should Learn from Their First Job

November 16, 2016
Women have a chance to make and leave their mark at work, but they need to begin establishing themselves before, during, and after their first job.

Body Shaming Is Real: An Interview With Author, Shuchi Singh Kalra

March 26, 2016
In this chat with Pallavi Bhattacharya, author, Shuchi Singh Kalra discusses her new book ‘I am Big, So What?!’ which deals with the issue of body shaming.

Emotional Stress Relief: 7 Tips for Healing

August 27, 2015
The following 7 tips outline the main areas for beginning healing and recovery from the emotional stress in your life.

The ‘Indian Mom Program’ and How To Override It

August 21, 2015
The 'Indian Mom Program' is a master program that runs a whole lot of little programs or modules. All these modules are impossible to uninstall.

Women Achievers: Never Apologise for Your Success

July 9, 2015
One of the things I advocate in my book, Step Into Your Feminine Power, is that women achievers stop apologising for their success and achievements.