Academician, Doctorate, and professor of finance, author, nature lover, yoga enthusiast, enjoy style in life, eternally happy.
I am Dr Preeti Singh. I am from India and live in New Delhi. have been in the academic sphere for five decades. The two main places of work in education have been at Jesus and Mary College. (University of Delhi) and Jagannath International Management School (JIMS) Kalkaji where I was Head, Post Graduate Department of International Business Management. Apart from these positions, I also got many deputations in various prestigious departments of Delhi University.
I was Managing Editor of Journal 8M (The…
Do you always work in the same manner or do you make experiments in your daily routine?
See the differences and the results when you make some changes you will find a lot of benefits in your life.
I will narrate the experience that I have recently had in my life with a little change.
I recently went to visit my son and his family and see my experience.
My son, daughter in law and their two daughters live in Gurgaon which is a twin city of Delhi. …
I took a group of 90 students along with 4faculty members including me for an excursion to Mcleod Gunj in (India).
It is quite a long journey from Delhi. We took the fast train and got down at Ludhiana(A town in Punjab). After that, we took a bus.
Dharamsala and Mcleod Gunj are twin cities in the mountains. Dharamsala is known for its military base and a very colorful cricket stadium. Mcleod Gunj is wonderful for an excursion and trek to the mountains and to visit the abode of the honorable Dalai Lama.
When I wake up in the morning and look at my plants, I feel a sense of freedom. The beauty of the cool air and the stillness of the morning. The birds are chirping. I can even hear the insects making a sound and I feel free like a bird who wants to go up in the air. It is a feeling of freshness and happiness.
It is the day after the storm and the rain and everything looks washed and clean. This is a feeling and a sentiment.
I started thinking about looking at the plants in my garden…
Dear Family and friends,
We all have some memories with our father. Some fathers are soft, others are understanding, some are fun-loving and some are harsh.
We love our parents unconditionally and treasure those days spent with them. It is fun to watch parents who have a child-like ability to do things.
In psychology, there is the parent, child, adult model where every person has a little parental behavior, childlike but not childish behavior pattern, and a little adult. The proportion is variable.
If your dad always wanted to behave in a stern manner he would be serious and business-like…
Mr. and Mrs. Tango Lived in a big house. They had a business of interior decoration. They used one floor for their residence. One to showcase their furniture and two floors on top were on rent.
When two elderly people live together, it is always the case that one of them goes to the heavenly abode and the other is left alone. The same happened to this lady.
Her husband fell sick and could not work for long. Soon thereafter he had a stroke and he passed away.
The lady Mrs.Tango now felt terribly lonely and did not know what…
Many a time my friends Rani and Rajesh invited me to come to their home. It was always a pleasure to be with them. We would talk about life and its many lessons.
They would always say “You are too formal. Why do you have to ask for permission and call on us. Come whenever you like. We always love to have you over”.
It was very sweet of them to say so and it was like music to my ears that I should have such wonderful friends who were always so welcoming.
One day it was a big festival…
I was invited to Memorial University, Grenfell Campus in March 2018 to be a keynote speaker there at an international seminar on women entrepreneurs.
Memorial University has two campuses. St. Johns is the main campus and the smaller campus is at Grenfell.
The university’s Grenfell campus is known for its environmental and fine arts programs. Memorial University has 125 exchange programs in around 40 countries. It has many international students and faculty members.
The people in the university that I met and some others were very warm and friendly. I did not feel like an outsider at all. …
I was taking a walk in a natural park. There were many plants and trees over there. The true meaning of love and care could be easily felt over there.
The bougainvilleas were entwined with the other trees. They needed the help of someone to stand straight. There was love between the trees and the plants and they helped each other.
At the same time I noticed the bougainvilles, I realized that there was a perfect example of self care. In turn it loved the trees and the trees gave it support.I realized that love and self-care are entwined with…
Do you judge others for their bad habits?
Very often I must say!
I am guilty too! When we sit among friends we talk about others and how the bad habit triggered us. Then we shrug it off and say let us forget about it!
Judging others is not a bad thing at all. Think of the various benefits. You are exposed to the bad habits of others elevating you through self-improvement. You do not want to make the same mistakes and try to change your own ways towards a happy and fulfilling life.
One day two of my friends…