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Storytelling and Life Skills

Some life skills help you become a much better storyteller. On the other hand, storytelling teaches you some precious life skills. a) Observation Skills A keen  observatio n  makes you a good  storyteller . Observe people around you, observe your environment & you will find inspiration for stories. b)  Listening  Skills When you listen to people deeply, more people will come forward to share their stories. Stories build bonds c) Empathy Good stories create empathy. Empathy creates great stories. Stories which evoke  empathy  also make a strong emotional connect with audience Good  storytelling  helps you develop these life skills in turn:- a) Public speaking Best public speakers are good storytellers. Art of narration & voice modulation helps in mastering  public speaking b)  Leadership  Skills Storytelling is a powerful tool for persuasion. No wonder good storytelling skills help you become a better leader c) Wisdom for Life My teacher  Michael Margolis  says, "To become

5 Megatrends for the Techade

Technology Sector in India 2020- The New Decade Strategic Review (Techade 2020 -2030) Research Report, Nasscom  Research   Robots in every upper class colony, smart devices in every home and office, clothes connected to the internet, self driving cars on every road and wearable devices in every third hand. The next decade looks somewhat like this and India will occupy the centrestage in the new Tech world. Exciting. Isn’t it?   Nasscom Research, the thought leadership arm of NASSCOM focuses on understanding and predicting future opportunities for Indian tech industry, highlights Indian tech innovation stories and closely tracks Indian tech industry performance. It releases 30-40 reports every year on a range of topics from future of work to deep tech, from tech startups ecosystem to digital transformation, from enterprise tech to industry tracking & forecasting and from technology trends to performance metrics. NASSCOM Research, released its report on the strateg

20 Exotic Facts about Khajuraho

Here are 20 Interesting Facts about Khajuraho and its Temples:- Fact 1- The City Khajuraho was an ancient city in the Madhya Pradesh region of northern India. From the 10th to 12th century CE it was the capital of the Chandella kings who ruled Bundelkhand. Fact 2- The Name The town's name, anciently "Kharjuravahaka", is derived from the Sanskrit word kharjur meaning "date palm". Some people believe that Kharjuravāhaka means scorpion bearer, which is another symbolic name for deity Shiva (who wears snakes and scorpion garlands in his fierce form). Facts 3- The Temples The Khajuraho Group of Monuments is a group of Hindu temples and Jain temples in Chhatarpur district, Madhya Pradesh, India, about 175 kilometres (109 mi) southeast of Jhansi. Fact 4- The Survivors Historical records note that the Khajuraho temple site had 85 temples by the 12th century, spread over 20 square kilometers. Of these, only about 25 temples have survived, s