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Tuesday, 17 February 2015

Why we should not turn on the AC as soon as getting into the car?

We do have the habit of turning ON the Air Conditioning as soon as we get into the car, but we should not do this. We need to open the windows after entering the car and turn ON the air-conditioning after a couple of minutes.

According to a research done, the car dashboard, sofa, air freshener emits Benzene, a Cancer causing toxin (Carcinogen – Responsible for the heated plastic smell in the car).

In addition to causing cancer, it poisons your bones, causes anemia, and reduces white blood cells. Prolonged exposure will cause Leukemia, increasing the risk of cancer. It may also cause miscarriage.

Acceptable Benzene level indoors is 50 mg per sq. ft. A car parked indoors with the windows closed will contain 400-800 mg of Benzene. If parked outdoors under the sun at a temperature above 60 degrees F, the Benzene level goes up to 2000-4000 mg, 40 times the acceptable level and the people inside the car will inevitably inhale an excess amount of the toxins.

It is recommended that you open the windows and door to give time for the interior to air out before you enter. Remember, Benzene is a toxin that affects your kidney and liver, and is very difficult for your body to expel this toxic stuff.

Please take a note of the above points to protect yourself and your loved ones.

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Friday, 13 February 2015

Different facets of LOVE - How to make us feel better from this Valentines Day

This Valentines Day, I thought of writing a post on different facets of LOVE. Hope this topic is the apt one in today's World. Acting of Love and Action of Love – Is there any Difference?

Yes, there is a huge difference between Acting of Love and Action of Love. Action of Love is a result by feeling of Love. It is a heart filled mood which takes you to the joyful World. Acting of Love is merely doing something to get advantage from others. It may be money, attention, care, love etc.

Acting of love sometimes leads to feeling of love, but not all the times. You can act on love only if you felt it in heart. It is a feel which generates the action to care others. Many people act loving without feeling the love. This is because they want to show themselves as a good person to others. It might looks like action of love, but in reality it is different. One has to look closer to identify the difference. The acting of love never brings joy and happiness to one’s heart, since the intention is to get something rather than give something.

Sometimes, we tend to control others in the name of Love. This controlling behaviour looks like action of love and doing things out of care but it leads to breaking the hearts and the other person will not feel the love. Your love should not cross others’ freedom in any way.

It’s all depends on what you are choosing to get loved. Keep your heart open, love others, learn to feel the love and act on love. I’m sure, it will be replicated to you. Lets' do deep thinking on this subject and start understanding the real LOVE from this Valentines Day...

Happy Valentines Day ! ! !

Saturday, 7 February 2015

Time Management – Are you managing your time or the Time managing you?

I know this is the toughest question for all of us as we are putting lot of efforts to manage our time to complete our daily tasks. Managing the time is one of the important criteria to become a leader. Everyone has 24 hours in a day, but some of them have virtually more time within this span of 24 hours. Its all depends on how well they are managing the time and planning and executing their activities.
Nowadays, it is common that people are complaining about their hectic schedule and they don’t have enough time to complete all the tasks. Planning stays first step towards time management. How we are scheduling our time will count on our outcome. Yes, there are new assignments added, meeting may be cancelled, something needs prolonged efforts etc., but still we need to plan flexible schedule for everything and ready to accommodate unexpected events.

Procrastination, this is one of the top most evil of time management. How many times we postpone our activities which we feel tough to finish. But, most of the times we forget that those difficult tasks should get completed by ourselves at any point of time. We need to cultivate the habit of “Do it now” attitude. If we start practicing this, we will learn to avoid procrastination.

There are ways to stay focused to utilize our time in most efficient way. But, we need to customize our schedule based on our needs. You can read and learn lots of principles through books, articles, internet etc. but you need to find the best way customized for your needs. First, you need to observe and study how you are spending the time everyday. This helps to identify the gaps and apply the time management principles to bridge the gap.

Delegation, I would say this is the skill you need to learn to be effective in your time management. Leaders know how to delegate their jobs to their workforce, so that they can stay tuned on more high profile tasks. You should learn how to assign the job to your subordinates and take up the high end job where you need to concentrate more.

Managing your time is an essential component of any business and personal life. Hence, study your activities, plan your time, get out of procrastination, learn to delegate and the success will march towards you.

Saturday, 10 January 2015

Fibre Fitness for healthy long life

Fibre, we should make this as an important ingredient in our daily diet. It has wide range of health benefits and it prevents numerous diseases and keeps our bones healthy and fit. It is important as other nutrients like proteins, vitamins, and minerals for our healthy life.

There are two major classifications in fibre, Soluble fibre and Insoluble fibre. This depends on its property to dissolve in water. The insoluble fibre found plenty in green vegetables and fruits. Insoluble fibre cannot be easily dissolved by our body; it passes through human digestive system easily and helps to prevent other digestive problems. Soluble fibre can be dissolved easily and it helps to reduce the cholesterol in our blood. Whole foods by nature contains both soluble and insoluble fibre.

If you starts consuming an unrefined, high-fibre diet you could prevent diabetes, cancer, heart disease and obesity. You can find rich Fibre in green plants rather than in other foods like meat, dairy products or fish.

Green Vegetables, Wholegrain Rice, Seeds, Nuts, Beans, Oats and Fruits are high-rich fibre foods.

If you take fibre food, it makes you feel fuller for long time. Hence, it helps you to reduce your food intake which results weight reduction. Fibre helps you to keep your Blood sugar under control, lower risk of heart disease, stroke, and it helps to reduce the risk of kidney stone formation. If you decided to increase your fibre, it is important to increase it gradually with plenty of water.

Add Fibre in your diet for healthy long life.
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