I like to think I am good with computers. That I know my way around its cogs and wheels. That with the touch of my fingertips, it will yield to my commands. But does it really work that way? More often than I care to admit, I have found myself in a staring match with my computer, wondering what I did to antagonize it. Eventually, I find myself hitting Ctrl + Alt + Delete to reboot the...Read More
“All failure is failure to adapt, all success is successful adaptation.” Max McKeown
Soniya Gawde (Extra-Curricular Head) and Devanshi Parekh (Event Management Head) together planned a very exciting activity for the 2018-20 batch in Semester 1. It was named as ‘MML MasterChef – No Cooking, Cooking Challenge’.
A MasterChef challenge in a management program? Read on to...Read More
Do you sit in the classroom, daydreaming about your first day at the job? Do you daydream about the day you make your parents proud? Do thoughts about your trip to Greece never leave you? Most of you would have answered yes to these questions. But it must be bothering you that daydreaming might be distracting you from actually achieving these things. Well, the good news is that...Read More
Commitment is what transforms a promise into a reality.
It is an undisputed fact that every human being has a plan for everything. Believe it or not, we are designed in such a manner that we are constantly planning what we are doing. It is an innate quality. One might argue that we have no plan about what is sprung on us and takes us by surprise but that is untrue if you think about...Read More
Emotional Intelligence is experienced – it cannot be learned. The postgraduate students of Batch 2018-2020 of the Masters in Emotional Intelligence program had a field visit to Jijamata Udyaan Zoo in Mumbai to observe people in their element, in their interaction with nature, with animals and even with each other. The trip quickly became an implementation of classroom learning, as the...Read More
Most often, the relationships that we create or form are because we need to fulfill a requirement, a benefit or a purpose. After fulfillment of that specific benefit, the intensity of a relationship gets diluted.
It is at the point that the true intensity or a potential of a relationship can come to the fore and become a reality. Because once the purpose gets served, the dilution ratio of...Read More
While attending a Management Development Program conducted by Mr. Victor M., I heard a statement that stunned me – ‘never fear conflicts’. Usually, I prefer to stay away from daily drama. Conflicts, fights are a big no for me – being agreeable comes more naturally to me.
At the same time, I try to see things from others perspective and so I decided to broaden my thinking...Read More
In the 21 st century world of globalization, artificial intelligence, robotics, Superpowers and success, all spheres dance on one tune – Human Intelligence. The most upcoming intelligence circling all specialization and specifications is Emotional Intelligence.
Emochi Express’s Innovation
Our Innovation ‘E-Eye’ blends AI and EI to make life simpler. Technological development has made it...Read More
During an assignment of Strategies to Improve Emotional Intelligence, Ahad Dewoolkar delves into what makes Dalai Lama an emotionally intelligent world leader.
‘We can live without religion and meditation, but we cannot survive without human affection’ – Dalai Lama
Among World Leaders, there is no one like His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama Tenzin Gyatso – religious and political...Read More
Yash Pai explores the leadership of Elon Musk for an assignment of Strategies to Improve Emotional Intelligence.
Who is Elon Musk?
CEO, Entrepreneur, Businessman, Investor, Founder of Space X, Tesla Motors, PayPal and many more.
Elon Reeve Musk (born June 28, 1971) is a South African-born American entrepreneur and businessman who founded X.com in 1999 (which later became PayPal), SpaceX in...Read More