Sanity Daily Weekly Digest

Hi,

I hope you all are doing fine and staying safe. It rained heavily today and I have been feeling very lazy to write something. But yes, I wanted to connect with you all and came up with a creatively lazy idea of sharing my blogposts from another host 🙂 Oh Snap! It didn’t rhyme so well though 🙂

As many of you know that I am more active on my professional blog Sanity Daily these days. Where I write blogs about stress management, managing relationships, and building our life by being more proactive and mindful.

So on a lazy Wednesday night, with a cup of chamomile tea, I am here sharing some posts from Sanity Daily. I will try being this lazy often 😉 Do not forget to pay a visit and leave me some feedback, It will help 🙂

This week’s published post;

25 Self-Help Books You Must Read in 2020

I have always been an avid reader and I love to explore non-fiction genre. The day I started reading self-help corner, I stopped reading other books, I am in the endless search of meaningful books, and these books listed below, have made some concrete influence on me. 

Personally, this year 2020 has given me some brutal reality check and also given a chance to reinvent myself and these books have helped me shape certain ideologies. So here is a list of 25 self-help books you must read in 2020.

25 Books You Should Not Miss

10 Highly Inspiring Books Every Woman Should Read

How to beat that imposter syndrome? How to channelize your energy in the right direction? How to feel liberated while being alone? So many questions, ONE ANSWER. Lady, pick up a book from the stack of these awesome bunch of books every woman should read to feel inspired, motivated, and encouraged to take charge of her life.

10 Books Every Woman Should Read

51 Quotes to Overcome Stress and Feel Inspired

Here is a collection of 51 such awesome quotes that will help you feel inspired and reduce your stress and worry. As these are quoted by highly effective people and eminent personalities, who made a difference in their lives and changed their world with their unique power of thoughts.

Quotes to Overcome Stress and Feel Inspired

And I finished my cup of tea. Goodnight fellow bloggers and readers!

Love and light

Priyanka Nair

2/7 Habits of Highly Effective People

In my last post, I had shared a brief summary of the habit number one out of the seven habits this wonderful book talks about.

So here is the second habit which is surely going to help you to change your perspective. I hope this will save some time and give you some value addition 🙂

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People – Habit 2 – Begin With The End in Mind

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People is a self-improvement book, which emphasizes our perceptions about everything around us and how it affects a situation, a person, and how we must be open to change them.

A Brief Summary:

It is highly recommended that you find a quiet place for yourself before you begin to read this chapter. Empty your mind and begin with the end in mind.

You go through the process of VISUALIZATION. And you should be able to establish a contact with the inner guidance system at the heart of your circle of influence.

To begin with the end of the mind means to start with a clear understanding of your destination, which we all lack. We all lack that clarity, we just want to achieve something but we lack the vision.

How defining a personal mission statement is the effective way to proceed in you life and towards your destination. It might help you to define certain standards to live.

Key Lessons:

We are responsible for our own effectiveness, for our own happiness, and ultimately, for most of our circumstances.

1.) Visualisations and affirmations

2.) Identifying roles and setting goals

3.) To have a mission statement

4.) Leadership and management

I will share the next effective habit soon.

Much love and gratitude

Priyanka Nair

Episode 16 – How To Take Care Of Our Mental Health – Humanity Ki Chain

Hi everyone, I hope you all are doing fine. Presenting the 16th episode of my Mental Health Awareness Series ” Humanity Ki Chain”.

The 16th guest joining us today is Vedika Saxena, an engineer in Information Technology, Diploma in Training & Development. She is n ex-model with over a decade of experience in ramp modeling and print media shoots has been a freelance soft skills trainer with schools, colleges, and corporates.

She has also been a freelance Emcee in the past (for corporate events). She has worked with corporates like Haworth, which is the world’s second-largest eco-friendly office furniture manufacturing company based in Shanghai as a ‘Client Experience & Marketing Executive’.

She pursued her passion for writing and became a blogger in the year 2017 and ever since she has written 100+ articles for leading blogging platforms like Momspresso, Women’s Web, Fuzia, Blog Chatter, and Blog Adda to name a few. She has been a part of many brands and contributed to brand-sponsored articles. I’m also a TEDx Speaker.

Based in Delhi, working as a Project Director with Tagore International School; from conducting gender sensitization workshops with young adults to being panelists and speakers of important social issues.

You can connect with her here:

Instagram handle: @vedicasaxena https://www.instagram.com/vedicasaxena/ Momspresso: http://www.momspresso.com/user/d75959f2a29742ef94a609f6dd59b099 Her blog page on WordPress: http://www.vedicapanwar.wordpress.com

Humans of TEDx feature: https://www.instagram.com/p/CAAeMVsAFB6/?igshid=luj5bfdk29oi

TEDx talk video: https://youtu.be/b33z5Vdzp0c

Her recent advertisement for Aviva Life Insurance on Women’s Day 2020: https://youtu.be/sA-Zi4kW–c

Featured on global storytelling platforms: https://openingdoorz.com/2020/06/18/vedica-saxena-self-worth/: https://www.storified.me/vedica-saxena-model-turned-activist/

Much Love and gratitude

Priyanka Nair