Organizational Psychology, Performance Psychology, Psychology

Personal Well Being : Foundation of Resilience in crisis

The bamboo that bends is stronger than the oak that resists. Our VUCA world today is inundated with so many challenges and crises that we need more to achieve (and to maintain) a balance within ourselves to keep moving ahead. Life may not come with a map, but everyone will experience twists and turns, from… Continue reading Personal Well Being : Foundation of Resilience in crisis

Developmental Psychology, Performance Psychology, Psychology

Hey! You got a monkey on your back

A lot is happening and a lot is passing too. Life seems to have gone from a (barely) manageable 3D version to a brutal 4D with a space-time continuum, making the mind toggle between past and future. While the creative tension between what-has-been and what-can-be is the source of all learning and development, in these… Continue reading Hey! You got a monkey on your back

Psychology, Social Psychology

Turn off the cameras

Be so good that they cannot ignore you Steve Martin, the famous hollywood comedian, said these words about ambition in performing arts. Performing arts is a heavily performance-driven occupation that thrives on reinvention, quick transitions, low recovery time and consistent development - much like sports. These occupations are often met with highs and lows, where… Continue reading Turn off the cameras