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“I want to become a doctor and help villagers who to do have access to hospitals..”
“My dream is to create the 8th wonder of the world….”
“I want to be the next best cricketer ever, breaking all the world records….”
“I want to lead a music band and travel around the world performing innumerable concerts……”
If we sit around and start talking about our kids and their careers, we will invariably be exchanging all the aforesaid dream statements of our kids.MORE
When I grew up, there were two primary career options after high school - one was to become a doctor and the other an engineer. Even commerce and accounting stood a distant third. The school curriculum was also structured to push you into one of these categories. One of the perils of this was that an individual with a special skill like painting was forced to relegate that to a hobby and follow the crowd.
However, now the attitude of both parents and schools have changed and the
History was created in March 2015 when Saina Nehwal became the first ever Indian woman to reach the coveted No.1 spot in the World Badminton Rankings after her win at the Indian Open Super Series, creating a formidable legacy in her chosen sport of badminton and inspiring countless young kids who aspire to tread on her footprints.
Gone are the days when playing sports was considered just a pastime, as strong performers are now being identified early on to train specifically in their
Summer holidays are every mother’s nightmare. Either the kids are always outside courting a heatstroke and dehydration or they just are endlessly couch-surfing on Gameboy or television.
So it was a joking (and partially sarcastic) remark that set off the chain of events that followed. One day, after silently seething through yet another marathon session of television watching, I remarked that maybe he should attempt a world record at continuous television watching; he’d surely win.
Striking the right balance between academics and co –curricular activities, is the key to be a flourishing individual in life.
The kindergarten children of today will be joining the professional workforce in 2040. We have no idea what the world will look like by that time. Yet we are all charged up to prepare our children to face the world during that time. Our children might need a wider range of competencies to navigate through challenges in a future globalised economy. Many will