Don’t lose it to chase success

My 12-year old niece in England is an excellent tennis player who participates regularly in county tennis matches; so accomplished that she often scores points against her highly qualified coach and beats her father, who played tennis for his school and college in India. Her mother, moreover, was an international badminton player. Yet, much to…

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A Voice in Your Head

Children learn to respond to failure from adults So much of our formal education focuses on making us stronger, quicker, cleverer; we are encouraged to study harder, train faster, compete fiercely and win bigger. Our mind and our body is hardwired to succeed and endure. Isn't that, after all, the survival imperative; an ancient response…

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