Times and Trends Academy (TTA) conducted ‘Change the way you think’ workshop at TTA Fame Hall, Deccan – Pune. It was conducted by Sushila Bahl. She conducted various activities for TTA students that helped them to understand the importance of thinking differently and thinking logically. She also gave various examples of people who have made it excellent in their fields like Michael Phelps, Ratan Tata, etc. by showcasing exceptional dedication.
Sushila taught students a brilliant theory called ‘Theory of Marginal Gains.’ The theory talked about making small yet significant changes in lives to achieve the larger objective. Sushila Bahl is a Nationally Renowned Trainer, Facilitator, Counsellor, and Motivational Speaker & Coach with 20+ years of experience. She is the founder and director of Skilhance Training and Management Consulting and has made a mark on the professional development of employees at various levels of management in well-known companies, institutes and organizations including Mercedes-Benz, Mahindra &Mahindra, Tata Motors, FIAT, Godrej & Boyce, Barclays, Siemens, Zydus Cadilla and National Defence Academy.
One of the Event Management students, Shruti Patil, said, “The workshop was absolutely an eye-opener for us. The trainer taught us to have an out-of-the-box approach for every problem or a challenge. There are multiple ways to approach a problem, and we should try exploring various options to tackle it better. I also learned that one needs to have better listening skills to be a great problem-solver. Thank you so much, Amit sir for arranging such a great workshop for us. We are eagerly awaiting the next workshop.”
Amit Agrawal, Founder & Chairman – Times & Trends Academy, quoted, “The ‘Change the Way You Think’ workshop was conducted for students so that they imbibe the right growth mindset required becoming successful. Students need to also think differently to stand apart from the crowd to achieve what they are aiming for.”
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