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    Did you know that only 8% things we worry about are things we can actually do something about? How do we shift our focus from things we are concerned about but cannot do anything about to things we remain unconcerned about but that actually determine the quality of our life?

    Attend a two hour session to learn six practical solutions with inspiring stories, thought provoking quotes and engaging presentation, based on ancient Vedic wisdom to stop worrying and start living.

    Worrying has become an integral part of our life. How did worrying reach such epidemic proportions and how does one deal with it?


    Success in all walks of life depends on success in relationships.
    Maintaining genuine lasting relationships is a challenge today. Six concepts from ‘Secrets to Lasting Relationships’ make you think about what one can do to make relationships last and more than that, understand your own contribution in failed relationships, both on a personal and a professional front.

    This module gives practical solutions to start taking control of our own attitude and lays down the path for better collaboration for achieving goals. Understand the principles of how to make your relationships more alive and rewarding; how to sustain connection, how to resolve relationship problems, and find the key to healthy relationships.

    Relationships are one of the most rewarding, as well as the most frustrating aspects of our existence. The quality of our relationships have an enormous impact on the quality of our lives, our self-esteem, and our careers. A team makes a work place and a family makes up our personal space. Fortunately, the effort and the attitude required for both is the same.


    This seminar helps understand oneself better and thus helps deal with the self – made complications that come in life. Dealing with topics like self-image, self-satisfaction, self-control, self-analysis, self-development, self-determination and self-growth, Life Apps is a seminar that will churn your thought process deeply to help understand yourself completely and give deeper insights into ways you can deal with life’s complexities.

    Using age-old stories from the Ramayana and Mahabharata, Shubha Vilas takes you to the past to give you a solution to problems in the present.

    In a world where for everything from booking taxis to buying vegetables, there is an app available, one only wishes for a Life App that would help deal with life’s complications.


    The crux of an organization is its leadership and the crux of leadership is …

    ‘The Culture of Leadership’ is a seminar that reveals the most important of principles of leadership that created the perfect governance, famously called Rama Rajya. In the Mahabharata, Duryodhana was an ideal manager, but Shubha Vilas reveals how even with the best of managerial skills one may not have any inkling of what it takes to have leadership substance.

    By cross-connecting stories and subtle facts from the epics to the circumstances of the present, this seminar serves as a resource for some of the most fascinating, practical and time-tested concepts of leadership that can easily help build an organization that really understands ‘The Culture of Leadership’.

    Leadership is not a skill but a culture. The culture that a leader is nurtured in is the culture that becomes the blue print of an organizational ethos. The two greatest epics of India, Ramayana and Mahabharata were nothing but the greatest leadership lessons on the monumental struggle to establish the right culture of leadership.


    Your definition of success determines your definition of happiness.

    Happiness eludes us constantly because we always long for what we don’t have and never happy with what we have. This seminar explores the definition of what success and happiness is, from a deeper perspective through the wisdom of the Gita. Thus bringing us from the world of being busy to the world of being happy.

    Through this thought provoking session, the listener is inspired to understand another unexplored dimension of success, which is known as private victory. Humans today have enhanced physical (PQ) and intellectual quotients (IQ) but rather underdeveloped emotional (EQ) and spiritual quotients (SQ). Only when the four are balanced optimally we can find the transition from being busy to being happy.

    We live a life based on the clock, running frantically at full pace. Seldom does one have time to stop and ask if we are actually running in the right direction. No matter what the definition of success is, we never seem to be happy! For most people success is about public victory, which comprises what the world thinks of you.



    Taking on challenges that force you to exit your comfort zone is the most difficult thing to do owing he risks involved. Most people prefer to remain in the cocoon of their comfort zone rather than venture into unknown territories to explore their full potential.

    Deal with fear before the adventure begins. Listen to your inner voice that guides you at times of need. Remember, whatever you have to do, you cannot do it without the blessings of your seniors and good wishes of your loved ones. You can only go so far by going it alone. You will never accomplish anything big if you try to do it alone.

    When problems come, and they will, face them head on. Overcoming sizable obstacles helps us grow. The least resistant path is not the answer. It’s not the size of the dog in the fight but the size of the fight in the dog. Focus on what you have gained versus focusing on what you have lost. The former makes you grateful while the latter makes you hateful.

    Drop everything that’s holding you back from moving on. It’s time for a change, time to unleash your full potential. Live life now. When you’re not being mindful, life moves by in the blink of an eye. By glorifying work and achievement, everyone gets attached to the destination instead of the journey. Nothing is more fulfilling than love, and doing what you love to do. Discover what you love and do it.

    Lift others up – because it’s lonely at the top. Reach out, encourage others, build one another and see the adventure building in your life.

    This seminar is based on an ancient story in the Puranas where the central character takes up an adventure and discovers his full potential. Drawing parallels from that story to daily life, this seminar provides tips on how one can make life an adventure. Here are some pointers that are covered through the medium of the story.


    Motivating people in an organization is always a challenge.

    The work ethos and the consciousness of an organization cannot be changed without changing the consciousness of the people in it. Change is possible at four levels – behavioral, intellectual, emotional and at level of consciousness. For change to occur, three types of managers are needed. Managers of the hands, head and heart. The keys to financial success and business growth are not strategies and systems but the ability to tap into the intrinsic motivation that an employee brings to work.

    There are four routes of motivation. Fear, reward, duty and love. Which one works best? Learn how to achieve self – satisfaction and self-motivation in work with an insightful flowchart. Know your identity and your needs; to motivate others and achieve personal as well as organizational goals.

    This seminar throws light on various reasons people are demotivated and what it takes to boost their morale. It’s interesting to note why different people are differently motivated. An analysis of the three modes of material nature reveals the motivational level of people.



    Why change? Is there a need to change?

    Change at work is now routine and constant in the modern workplace. This seminar takes you step by step through the process of letting go and accepting change. Topics include how to change, stages of change, four attitudes that need monitoring to create positive change, how to thrive in change.

    Change evokes fear because it carries with it inherent insecurities. These insecurities stem from four belief systems that make it difficult to cope with change. The belief system also determines how you cope with change. Inability to accept feedback with the right attitude is another factor that prevents change.


    With these five A’s, the seminar shows the way to women empowerment.

    Avoid unhealthy comparisons. Women end up comparing themselves to not only other women but men too. Think complete not compete. No one can work in isolation and so concept of competing should be done away with and replaced with the concept of completing. This will not only help women become achievers but also create achievers. Find confidence in competence.

    Accept realities. Acceptance automatically creates emotional tranquility. Apply the real strength of women. Women naturally have a softer side to them. Both Sita and Draupadi forgave their enemies that set an example for the soft power of women.

    Align your relationships. Success in business is all about success in relationships. Their capacity to encourage and motivate enables them to bridge gaps and find common grounds.

    Ability to balance paradoxes. Women are adept in the balancing act of juggling various personalities and logistic demands. Whether it is balancing work life with family life, balancing heart with head, balancing friendliness with firmness, compassion with discipline, they do it in their stride.

    Women play multiple roles and given their versatility, it is not surprising that they are also agents of change in society. What women really need is to sit up and realize their strengths and capabilities to be able to live up to their potential. Shubha Vilas makes a list of five do’s and don’ts for women to stay one up.



    Human beings are like ice bergs; what is visible is 25% and the rest lies latent. Thus it becomes imperative to manage oneself before managing others. Or in other words, management of the inner organization should take precedent over management of the external organization.

    Shubha Vilas introduces scriptural stories to add values that were missed in the self – development process.

    How to harness the power of the mind and focus on the goal

    Learning wisdom or application of knowledge which is more important than knowledge

    Everything boils down to making the right choice – choosing resources or choosing principles

    A positive attitude that can turn curses into blessings

    Humility to know when you need guidance Selflessness as a prerequisite for self-management

    There are three aspects to self – management – knowledge, skills and values. Knowledge and skills are learnt in the course of education but values are rarely taught and seldom learnt. This seminar engages participants with six stories from Arjuna’s life. Arjuna is the embodiment of success, a true hero in every sense. His character, his knowledge, his skills, his growth trajectory make him an apt role model worthy of being emulated.


    Our work culture today accepts and accommodates rise in career and fulfillment of ambitions by hook or by crook. It’s a culture of use and throw where things are loved and people are used. And where people change with every circumstance.

    Through the life of Vishwamitra, this seminar brings alive various work place situations and how to deal with them. It’s about coercive leadership and also about those who try to grab prosperity. It’s about how we end up doing wrong acts engulfed in helplessness and agitations when things fall apart. It’s about how to avoid the pitfalls of shortcuts to success.

    The intersecting lives of Sage Vashishtha, Sage Vishwamitra and Trishanku reveal patterns of corporate life complexes. From them we learn three ways to get colleagues to cooperate; dealing with temptations and anger; and how life is a great school of hard knocks. And most importantly, we learn that real growth requires periodic evaluation of whether there has been growth or not!

    In such a scenario, Shubha Vilas turns towards inspiration for a paradigm change from the life of Sage Vishwamitra who transforms himself from a king to a brahmarishi.

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