Motivation is the inner driving force that propels us to do what we do in life. For example, hunger and safety are biological motives, which drive us to look for food and protection from dangers. Similarly, you have the motives of social affiliation, power and achievement which guide our behavior. In fact, without these motivators, our lives would be bereft of all that is beautiful, desirable and worthwhile to achieve.
Stress management training can help us re-calibrate our alarm system to help us adapt and achieve resilience. Without such resilience, we may always be on a high alert and with time, this long-standing stress can lead to health problems.
There was an organization, whose workers were facing issues related to their washroom. Once, the owner of the company came and interacted with the employees and got to know that the employee washroom needs a repair and is not good in comparison to the executive’s washroom.
Notwithstanding the clichéd truth of this line, the idea of delayed justice being justice denied has assumed an alarming reality in the post-COVID phase (mercifully, we can call it that) in India. After battling the havoc wrought by the unrelenting second corona wave and watching helplessly our loved ones gasping for those few puffs of life-giving oxygen and the luxury of hospital beds in an almost-comatose health system, the nation and its people were slowly trying to come to terms with the new realities of a thoroughly changed society and economy.