Keys to handle difficult people? | Skakri

A good sense of humour is considered to be the biggest turn-on in a person. The only way to survive is to have a sense of humour. There is no life without humour. It can make the wonderful moments of life truly glorious and can make tragic moments bearable. Life without humour will be stressful and it may leads to depression as well. Let me tell you about one person in my family who used to crack jokes every time and when I become sad or depressed and if I think about him and his jokes then I will become happy. Likewise, always be theRead More →

Keys to handle difficult people? | Skakri

What is stage fright really? Sometimes, even weeks before a presentation, I would think, What happens if people think I suck or someone thinks I don’t know what I’m talking about? As humans were hardwired to worry about our reputation above almost all things. There are primitive parts of your brain that control your reaction to threats on your reputation, making these reactions extremely difficult to control. When making public performances, many of the top performers in the world get stage fright so you are in good company. Stage fright may come and go or diminish, but it usually does not vanish permanently. You mustRead More →

Keys to handle difficult people? | Skakri

How to tell a story? The world is shaped by two things stories told and the memories they leave behind. ―Vera Nazarian We love stories. A good story can convey a message, entertain or ignite a fire within your audience. As a storyteller,we create experiences, which in turn become stories. Many people think that the art of storytelling is something difficult and complex, reserved only for certain skilledmembers of society. That couldnt be farther from the truth. The skills necessary to tell a story can be acquired through practice and with the right toolkit; everyone can become a master storyteller. Here are some of theRead More →