2015: Time for New Beginnings & Re-Design your Life

A New Year is about renewing and redesigning our lives. However the bad news is that sticking to new year resolutions is short-lived.

This happens because our old habits define what we do and changing those habits is difficult.

The cynic in us are already smirking that re-designing our lives is impossible.

The cynicism and the belief system that we cannot change for the better is probably the reason we don’t change!!

Don’t be a victim to your self-developed belief system. Break out of it. That’s how you can be the designer of your life – Warren Stag, MetaPhysicist

Here is a two step guide to help achieve your goals by Nakul Shenoy, The Mind Reader:
1. Decide to be In-Charge of Your Success.

  • Do not be at the mercy of what happens to you. It is way too easy to blame the circumstances, the environment; the events that are seemingly out of our control.
  • Understand the Cause & Effect equation: Are you the cause of your successes, or an effect of the circumstances?
  • It is absolutely essential that you take control, and take ownership of your results: You have to be the cause and not the effect.
  • It is pertinent to change the environment, where and if necessary.
  • Ask yourself this question, repeatedly:
    – Are you responsible for what happens to you?
    – Or are you happy playing the passive victim?

2. Commit. And Take Action.

  • Having established that you are in charge of your fortunes, the second step is to start achieving your goals.
  • For this to happen, you have to take action from the moment you define your goals. Then keep moving forwards.

Start Today. Start Now.

  • What is it that you want to achieve? Are you willing to be the cause of this achievement?
  • What is it that you can do today to begin to get what you want?
  • Take that action.
  • When done, return to Question B. Repeat.

John Wanamaker said, “One may walk over the highest mountain one step at a time”.Clearly, the real secret is in taking the next step. Now, and always.

Have an amazing and fruitful 2015.

Money Management Workshop for Students

STUDENTSStudents want to learn but do not want to be taught! In our experience of talking about money management to students, we have found them to be curious. Infact there have been great questions from them showing their inquisitiveness.

Money management is a critical life skill. But do we know enough of it before we start managing our money. Infact we manage our money already and learn about it later in life. In all probability, the hard way in the school of hard knocks!

For a perspective of what we are trying to say, let’s take an example of another simple skill like swimming. Do we swim first and learn about it later? (If we go for a swim without learning first, there won’t be any need to learn, right? You will drown)

That’s how we see people drowning their money!

Money Skills Workshop for Students

We have designed a money management workshop especially for the students based on years of research and talking to the students themselves.

Ranjan Varma, the main Trainer, has written a book on Money Management and has over 25 years of work experience in the financial industry.

Read about the general Money Management program and you will get an idea about the learning outcomes and activities of the program.

Please contact us on details of how we have customized the workshop for students.