My blog is dedicated to Ms. Preeti Gupta, Director of Schiller School, whose profound statements and inspiring thoughts have motivated me to gather and propagate her vision within society.
In a world filled with constant noise and distractions, the profound impact of inner voice often goes unnoticed. As a life coach, I invite you to join my transformative journey of unlocking the secret of success and growth.
Striving for self-discovery and its role in unlocking your true potential. As a life coach and an educator, I often encounter individuals seeking guidance on their journey to personal growth.
We often mistaken to understand the difference between success and a growth. I always guide my team to view Success as to find purpose and fulfillment in your pursuits, aligning with your values, passions, and unique strengths whereas growth is a commitment to ongoing personal and professional development, recognizing that learning is a lifelong journey.
In the war of success and growth we overlook our own self. Being true to oneself and aligning actions with personal values is fundamental for long-lasting satisfaction.
Meaningful connections with family, friends, and community contribute to a sense of belonging and support.Upholding honesty, ethics, and moral principles in all aspects of life.Showing kindness and empathy towards others, contributing to a more compassionate world.Wholeheartedly dedicating yourself to the task at hand, whether it's work, relationships, or personal pursuits.Infusing your efforts with passion and enthusiasm, which can lead to a more fulfilling and rewarding experience.
"Life is given to us, we earn it by giving it."- Ravindra Nath Tagore
This statement reflects Tagore's perspective on the reciprocal nature of life. It suggests that the true essence of living is found in the act of giving—whether it's giving love, kindness, knowledge, or contributing to the well-being of others.
"Our perceptions of the external world are shaped by our internal beliefs, attitudes, and experiences. Whatever we are finding in the outside world, is only inside us. "- Ms. Preeti Gupta
Schiller Institute Senior Secondary School