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WHAT PEOPLE SAY
Mr Joseph Chong, Director
Preeti is a competent trainer who is very passionate about bringing value, and she does this by customising her workshops to suit her classes. I have found her recent workshop with us insightful and useful for our leaders. Her key competency is "developing Excellence in ourselves and others" and that is her strongest selling point.
Mr Wan Tung Han, Director
It was a very powerful program for me. I have picked up massive values and would strongly recommend the course to my contacts
Mayuresh Godse, Director
Preeti is a highly disciplined and knowledgeable professional. Preeti recognises that each individual is different. She is able to customise her training for emotional intelligence as per the requirement of the audience.
As we wish each other happiness this New Year, it is time to re-think about HAPPINESS.
Is happiness driving best car in the world, living in most luxurious bungalow, holidaying in most scenic holiday destination.. etc.. etc ??? Is happiness, possessing all that we aspire for in life?
Is Happiness, absence of difficulties, challenges & sadness? Or, is it the ability to deal with difficult situations with ease & confidence?
It is important to understand & redefine ‘What Happiness Means to us”. Our meaning & description of Happiness impacts our relationship with ourself, others & life! It influences the choices we make, decisions we take, relationships we develop etc… Our interpretation of a situation is directed by what gives Happiness to us, and this understanding develops during our INTERNAL DIALOGUE with ourselves.
Happiness is the ability to enjoy what we have, and the strength and confidence to face forthcoming challenges. Happy people often feel good and at ease in both personal & professional lives. Research indicates that happier people do better in life, because positive emotions actively help people create desirable outcomes.
Happiness should not be ‘momentous’ but should be ‘continuous’. It is finding joy ‘with in’ rather than ‘seeking outside’.