Course introduction - 6 Essential Life Management Skills from Bhagavad Gita

Many people asked me what is there in Bhagavad Gita for students and those who are looking for a good career. Can knowledge of Bhagavad Gita help them in their personal life and professional career? So, this book and the course based on this is an answer to their questions. Bhagavad Gita is the recorded conversation between Arjuna and Lord Krishna which happened approximately 5000 years back in the battlefield of Kururkshetra. Bhagavad Gita has been a great source of timeless wisdom.
Studies show that 85% of Job Success comes from soft skills. Bhagavad Gita can be a great source to learn many soft skills. Skills learned with base from Bhagavad Gita will enable its reader to learn principles of spirituality. The principles of Bhagavad Gita along with these soft skills will be a perfect combination for their success in personal and professional life.
This book covers six essential life management skills from Bhagavad Gita with 20+ practice sessions. These skills are:

1. Listening skill: Arjuna was a great listener, he could assimilate 570+ shloka spoken by Lord Krishna and decide. This book provides practice sessions based on conversation between Arjuna and Lord Krishna to learn the basics of Listening skills..

2. Emotional intelligence: Arjuna was overpowered by emotional breakdown, but could easily overcome it by teachings of Lord Krishna. The students and working professionals enhance their emotional intelligence by reading this book.

3. Understanding people: This is a prime factor in dealing with people. We deal with people at home, school, office, and public places. Bhagavad Gita will give perfect guidance in understanding people.

4. Developing divine character: Good Characters are admired everywhere. It helps in building relationships, trust, and increases chances of success.

5. Acquiring the right attitude: Arjuna's attitude towards life, its purpose, war, and everything was fine tuned by Lord Krishna. Our attitude towards situations, people, and circumstances defines our success and happiness. Bhagavad Gita can help us build the right attitude.

6. SAP coaching model: Lord Krishna used SAP coaching model to motivate Arjuna to fix his goal and motivated him to strive for it. The book describes the SAP coaching model as used by Lord Krishna and discusses its utility in corporate settings for individual and professional growth.
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