“I can handle dissent, not insanity,” the chauvinist speaks in a tone of assumed authority, which is not really his. “What you term as insanity is an eruption of long-suppressed flames or instincts… at least you know what was brewing within.” “Whatever is brewing is not acceptable to me or society…” “Whatever is unacceptable arouses … Continue reading Why is it unacceptable?
Today is Daughters' Day and I received a message which glorified the sacrificial instincts of daughters - managing with less, not asking for too much. There is nothing wrong in being sensitive to a parent's problems, but are we setting the wrong example somewhere? Why is the same terminology not used for both sons and … Continue reading 15 Laws of Power for Women
https://www.youtube.com/embed/PNODdPeYT40?version=3&rel=1&showsearch=0&showinfo=1&iv_load_policy=1&fs=1&hl=en&autohide=2&wmode=transparent I’ve been watching a lot of art videos. A splash of colour, easy strokes of a tool and there you have a masterpiece. Getting down to action makes us aware of the practice it needs to reach that stage. I worship the artist as accomplished. A famous actress once revealed that it takes six … Continue reading POWER LAW 13 – MAKE IT LOOK EFFORTLESS — SacredCircleforWomen
https://open.spotify.com/embed/episode/4DOeRIeA2Z3DnFJvhPsymS?si=J3xM4EKQQPqlyJRrF7ialg&dl_branch=1 Politics is entirely about power – gaining it and retaining it, winning it back again if lost. Corporates do have a business to run, and products or services to sell. But the most important lessons about power emanate from corporate corridors. A new president who had just taken charge invited an alliance partner for … Continue reading POWER LAW 4 – Let the other person come to you — SacredCircleforWomen
I remember attending a women’s conference organised by a trade union long back. They were scouting around for new members, and saw this as a ‘en bloc’ target market. The question was raised, “What do Women Want?” Unfortunately, answers revolved around a demand for various concessions, in view of their dual role as bread-earners and […]Women … Continue reading Women in the WorkPlace – What they Want — SacredCircleforWomen