Teachers’ Day Fortnight Countdown Lessons. Day 6: You Understand Situations Only After Experiencing Them

Continuing the blog series on Teachers’ Day, acknowledging not only the teachers who taught us in school or college, but also the people – our mentors, contacts or friends who taught us so much despite not being our formal teachers. As they say, everyone is a teacher if you’re ready to be the pupil. Here’s the 9th one in the series.

You don’t realise how someone is feeling in a situation until you go through the same thing.

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Teachers’ Day Fortnight Countdown Lessons. Day 13: Participate in problem solving

Carrying on the gratitude for the amazing people who’ve invested in me, despite of not being my formal teachers, here goes the second lesson in the Teachers’ Day fortnight countdown series.

Always try to include solutions from your side whenever presenting someone with a problem/issue. This way you are equally invested in the problem-solving process.

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Teachers’ Day Countdown – A fortnight of lessons. Day 14: Question

Teachers’ Day is just a fortnight away & the best way to welcome it definitely is by acknowledging the great teachers who crossed our path. While I’ve had the privilege of being taught by some really marvellous teachers in my student life, I’ve also learnt a lot by people who really weren’t my formal teachers but still taught me some of the best lessons for life which have helped me so far. This series of posts is to appreciate those selfless people (whom I would personally also say thanks to) who have taken a moment, and at times many moments, to teach me life lessons or give me sound advices which have stayed with me for long. They’ve been my mentors, my friends & my guides and I can’t be more grateful to have them in my life, even though some for a short period & thankfully some since eternity. But what is more important here is that everyone is a teacher if you let them be :)

Never be afraid to ask questions.

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