Dr. Sandeep Atre is a Counseling Psychologist (dratrecounsels.com) and an internationally recognized ‘Emotional & Social Intelligence’ Expert and Trainer.
He is the Founder of Socialigence – a venture specializing in development of ‘Social & Emotional Intelligence’ through its e-learning course rooted in neuroscience & psychology (socialigence.net). He is also Co-Founder of CH EdgeMakers – a leading coaching group of Central India (ch-india.com).
He is author of two books related to his domain, namely – “Understanding Emotions Logically” and “Observing Nonverbal Behavior”; and third book on various aspects of life, named “Two Paras of Everyday Wisdom”. Moreover, the collection of his Nazms and Ghazals is published as a book titled “Baat Jazbaat Ki”.
In his career of more than two decades, he has trained professionals of more than 50 companies and thousands of individuals to ‘sort out’ and ‘excel in’ intrapersonal and interpersonal matters.
You can mail your responses to his blogs at: email@example.com
Monthly Archives: July 2018
The other day, someone asked me… “So what are you chasing in life?” ………. What am I chasing? Riches? Or respect? Or status? Or satisfaction? Or significance? What am I chasing? Why do I get up every morning and work? … Continue reading
It’s even more painful when you don’t even know if the other person is even connecting to your pain. ………. It’s a strange situation – You are pouring out your most personal feelings in front of someone. You are talking … Continue reading
Taking yourself seriously has serious consequences. ………. If you take yourself too seriously then unknowingly you start getting blackmailed by people into living a life befitting the image they have built for you in their own minds. So, now … Continue reading
Not everyone will respect your struggle. So don’t start ‘look what I have been through…’ at every opportunity. ………. Everyone has a story and every person is the protagonist of his or her own story. And because people tell … Continue reading
When you block your schedule with busyness, there is no time available to accommodate ‘greatness’. ………. One peculiar thing you would typically find with most of us – the middle-class people – is that we try to fill every vacant … Continue reading
The most important job of a leader is to mold people without… breaking them. ………. And for that, a leader has to blend what is ‘seemingly separated’. Yes! A leader has to be friendly yet firm… strong yet accommodating… participative … Continue reading