5 Steps AHEAD: Chat with Dr. Karen Bluth

How often do you give yourself due credit? How often do you forgive yourself for your mistakes? Most of us would answer "Not often"! And that's one of the reasons to practice mindful self-compassion. Listen to Dr. Karen Bluth talk about Mindfulness and Self Compassion. She shares her experience teaching mindfulness, especially to teens and young adults. She conducts workshops to help people practice mindfulness and become self-aware. Visit Dr. Bluth's website at https://karenbluth.com/. For more resources, check out: https://self-compassion.org/, https://chrisgermer.com/, https://centerformsc.org/

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Episode 2 (Part 3/3): 5 Steps Ahead In The Balancing Act: When You Have To Plan A Career And Stay Sane!

In this final part, Ms. Padma Srinath talks about the sequence of personality development in early childhood, starting right from birth. She emphasizes the importance of a school's role in nurturing young minds towards building a confident and independent adult. She also suggests how students can identify their passion and know what they want.

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Episode 2 (Part 2/3): 5 Steps Ahead in the balancing act: when you have to plan a career and stay sane!

In this part, Ms Padma Srinath talks about the Indian education system: her observations and suggestions to ensure personality development in children in the early childhood phase. She also touches upon the need to have the right attitude when it comes to changing careers because in this day and age, careers have a shelf-life. She once again stresses on the importance of nurturing a researching mind, which can go a long way in helping individual career planning in future.

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Episode 2 (Part 1/3): 5 Steps Ahead in the Balancing Act: when you have to plan a career and stay sane

In this part of Episode 2, Ms Padma Srinath talks about how she entered the field of Educational Psychology. She discusses how personality development starts right from birth and stresses on the importance of engaging a young curious mind in preparation for a future career and life experiences. She talks in detail about why she thinks children are the best researchers.

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