Vasant Kallola’s blog is one of the most widely read resources. Regular topics include varieties of subjects on mind toughness for self development, parenting, fitness and leadership in the world, helping readers to find ways of achieving their dreams, optimise performance of their wards, building a high-performance team and leading a healthy and happy life.
In Hindu mythology, there are two great epics. The first one is Ramayana and the other one is Mahabharata. Both are extremely interesting, engaging and highly inspiring. If you look at the crux of their stories; both talk about victory of good on evil. In one story Lord Ram led his army to defeat Ravana […]Read more→
There is a saying, ‘Parents are representatives of Gods on Earth’. Parenting also means ‘Sacrifice’; of choices, personal time and what not. And daily most parents carry out these sacrifices happily, but still they are deprived of the acknowledgement or satisfaction of being a good or a happy parent. While not taking away the hard […]Read more→
Friday, August 24, 2018 famous news daily, Mumbai Mirror carried an article highlighting a crises looming on the modern society. It read ‘64% of city youth surveyed have thought of ending their lives’ (Source – Mumbai Mirror), which was derived from the survey carried out by city’s renowned institute Podar Institute of Education (PIE), which […]Read more→
There is a saying, ‘the love of parents to their wards is incomparable’. Often parents sacrifice most of their money, time and other resources on well-being of their wards. Even children, often look forward to their parental guidance on issues beyond their understanding. And this extra concern of the parent often leads to deciding the […]Read more→
There is a saying, ‘Parents are representatives of Gods on Earth’. But often, mostly due to lack of knowledge about growing needs of teenagers, parents cause emotional turbulence in their relationships with their growing wards. Let us first understand the stage of Teenage in one’s life. It is the age when one is neither a […]Read more→
It was year 1996. I was passing through a very challenging phase of my life. I had just got a new job in a multinational company, after a prolong unemployment of around 18 months. My cash reserves were depleting faster than my patience. Hence, the job I had on hand was extremely important for me […]Read more→
What rubbish? You may wonder. Often our age old belief that, ‘kids will be spoiled (become carefree or less responsible) by praising’ also stop us from carrying out this much needed activity. The overwhelming response to my book – IT’S OKAY TO FAIL, MY SON, from parents and teachers have given me an opportunity to […]Read more→