Life class (7 Habits & love- DELTA)

It was a privilege to participate in the life class led by Wilmot Sir and Utsav Sir, delving into the principles of the 7 Habits and Love. The experience was nothing short of transformative. Throughout the sessions, the mentors created an inclusive and engaging atmosphere by sharing personal anecdotes and encouraging open dialogue among participants. This authenticity facilitated meaningful connections and insightful discussions. The class activities were thoughtfully designed to promote understanding of the principles being taught. From role-playing exercises to deep soul-searching, each activity contributed to my personal growth journey. The mentors allowed the discussions to evolve naturally, encouraging participants to explore their own perspectives and insights.

As the class progressed, I witnessed profound transformations within myself .The principles of the 7 Habits and Love became guiding principles for living a more purposeful and fulfilling life. I am grateful for the guidance and mentorship provided by Wilmot Sir and Utsav Sir.

Thank you !

7 Habits & Love (Dazzling Delta)

The session was very insightful as we tend to overlook the problems we have in our lives related to our social circle. We make relations with other beings as humans (a social animal) and each relation consists of a specific emotion (kind of love). Many times when things go wrong we are unable to figure out the problem due to some reasons, such as being unable to identify the problem, find a solution, find common ground, etc. Love class taught us to identify such pain and problems and categorize it, we learned about the stages of love and marriage (applicable to the other aspects of life as well). We also connected all the learnings with our life experiences (by sharing), all thanks to Delta group and our facilitators (Wilmot sir & Utsav Sir).

7 Habits & love (Alpha)

Let’s go on a journey where we learnt about 7 Habits and love by our facilitators. Being proactive means making choices in relationships to be real and open. Having a clear idea of what we want helps us treat each other well. Putting love first in busy times keeps relationships strong. Making sure both people win in love makes things better for everyone. Listening well helps us understand each other deeply. Working together in love makes us stronger together. Taking care of ourselves helps us love others better. When we use these habits, love becomes powerful and beautiful.

Another session, another lesson, a moment that added to my cognition. In the field of self-development and self-improvement, Sean Covey’s “His 7 Habits of Highly Effective People” is an invaluable guide. With the help of this live teaching session, the presenter took us on a practical journey of life. Learning about the seven habits we had a chance to engage in a lot of activities, wherein we explored the importance of teamwork. We discussed the framework of the seven habits which talks about moving from the stage of dependence to interdependence that is achieving public victory. A movie depicting the importance of following these habits added to the glory of the session.

Life Class – Love (Beta) (Day 5 & 6)

Days 5 and 6 of the life classes were centered around the profound theme of “Love,” offering participants a rich tapestry of insightful discussions and enjoyable activities. The sessions not only delved into the nuances of love but also began with an exploration of discipline and its diverse array of tools.
The discussions on discipline provided a platform for diverse perspectives, offering a holistic view of its application in our lives. Exploring the intersections of “Discipline” and “Love” allowed for a deeper understanding of how these concepts intertwine. The invaluable insights gained from the discussions are poised to become a lasting takeaway.
One highlight was the exploration of four seemingly simple yet challenging tools of discipline. Recognizing their significance in fostering a life imbued with love, these tools are now poised to become a guiding principle for personal growth. The commitment to incorporating these tools into daily life reflects a genuine desire for a more fulfilling and love-infused existence.
The inclusion of engaging activities, presentations, and skits added a layer of enjoyment to the learning experience. The combination of fun-loving elements and thoughtful discussions created a dynamic and enriching environment. Participating in skits not only provided entertainment but also served as a creative outlet, reinforcing key concepts in a memorable way.
Energizers, woven into the fabric of the classes, served as vital breaks, fostering a sense of camaraderie and understanding among class members. These moments of shared laughter and connection contributed to the development of stronger bonds within the group.
In essence, the classes on “Love” were a holistic experience, seamlessly blending insightful discussions with enjoyable activities. The exploration of discipline and its connection to love, coupled with the practical tools introduced, has left a lasting impression. The collective journey through activities, presentations, skits, and energizers has not only enriched individual perspectives but has also deepened the sense of community within the class.

7 habits and love Gamma – Day 3 & 4

An aspect that resonated deeply with me during this phase was the exploration of listening through interactive games and role-playing. The classroom ambiance was a pivotal catalyst for our immersion into the habits under study. Days 3 and 4 of our life class unfolded as an extraordinary experience, overflowing with dynamic activities and profound wisdom.

Through thought-provoking activities and team challenges, we internalized these principles. One of the highlights of our learning journey was watching the movie “Master Geeta Rani.” These two days buzzed with the energy of eager minds and hearts open to growth. Thank you to our Facilitator their guidance and dedication made these two days of learning not only informative but also incredibly enjoyable. The classroom ambiance was a pivotal catalyst for our immersion into the habits under study. We dived into four fundamental habits during this period: “understand before being understood,” “cultivate win-win solutions,” “harmonize through synergy,” and “nurture self-renewal.”

Gratitude extends to our dedicated facilitator whose guidance made these two days an enlightening and enjoyable voyage into self-improvement.

7 Habits & Love Day 3-4 (Gamma)

Day 3 and 4 of our life class were nothing short of remarkable. These two days were packed with activities, learning opportunities, and an abundance of joy and laughter. The class environment itself was a crucial contributor to our overall experience, making it easy for everyone to grasp the habits we were being taught.

One aspect that I particularly cherished during these days was the concept of playing listening games and role-playing different aspects of listening, such as ignoring and selective listening. This hands-on approach made understanding these habits not only enjoyable but also incredibly effective.

The four habits we delved into during these two days were “seek first to understand and then to be understood,” “think win-win,” “synergize,” and “sharpen the saw.” Through various engaging games, we gained profound insights into these habits. Synergy and teamwork became more than just words; they became concepts we could grasp and apply in our daily lives. The idea of “think win-win” resonated deeply with me, reminding me of the importance of collaboration and mutual benefit.

One of the highlights of our learning journey was watching the movie “Master Geeta Rani.” This film beautifully illustrated the integration of the seven habits into real-life situations. It served as a powerful reminder that these habits are not just theoretical concepts but practical tools that can enhance our relationships, communication, and overall effectiveness.

Thank you to our Facilitator their guidance and dedication made these two days of learning not only informative but also incredibly enjoyable. I found myself both enlightened and excited about what lies ahead in our life class

7 habits Beta day 3 and 4.

After a long break,  life classes were back.  after many HIs and Hellos, introduction with  the new members , we recapped the previous 2  sessions and began with habit 4: think win-win; we were given many situations and had to find out whether it was a win-win, win-lose,lose-lose,win…etc and had to make them into Win-Win. 

For our 5th habit: we learned how communication is done with and without words and how sometimes, just listening to someone helps them calm down / relieve themselves.

Talking about listening, we heard from one of the guest speaker on how listening is so paramount, how to clear up the noise in our heads and how silence is getting extinct. 

The next day we got excited for the games at KG farm  in which ‘synergy’ was the focus but our focus went on winning… in the 1st game atleast.

The 1st game was, how do I put it ? ‘Intense’; it was a mixture of relay , dog and the bone and the 2nd part was a stealing game.

The next game had a blind folded player and a person who guides that through the obstacle course, but it went terribly as the person was not just blind, he was deaf too. So instructions were of no value as he couldn’t hear them.

In the 3rd game, we made up strategies and it was in this game that synergy built up, the game was a mixture of balance, coordination and involved patience and  active listening. Our team was in the lead for most of the game, but unfortunately we lost because of a little impatience; but I would still consider it a win as the entire team had demonstrated incredible lvels of coordination and the synergy was off the charts.

The final game was tug of war and I don’t know how it is possible that anyone could win at the game without synergy, we won 3 rounds out of 4 against the opposing team and honestly, it was fun.

We then came back after changing and having breakfast to continue with the final habit i.e sharpen the saw. 

We saw how important it is to sharpen oneself so that he/she may ” last longer” like the axe, we then divided the actions which are sharpening our saws and those which are spoiling it. 

Finally we watched a movie which clearly demonstrated many  habits like: sharpening the saw, begin with end in mind, synergize, seek first to understand then be understood.

These 2 days will be very hard to forget and the wait starts once again for day 5 and 6.

7 Habits & Love – ALPHA

Life is a journey that often requires a map to navigate through its complexities. In the realm of personal development and self-improvement, Sean Covey’s “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People” offers an invaluable guide. With the help of this live class session the facilitator took us on a journey of the practicality of life. We did a lot of self reflection on a few critical real life situations which we don’t wonder about on a regular basis and to my knowledge I mark it as the climax of the session. Furthermore, we focused on our understanding of paradigm and the proximate shifts of it pertaining to our mindset. 

This session intrigues me as I learned a lot about myself and about how to live a more effective and fulfilling life, to which I can say that will help me make more sound judgments. I am grateful for the facilitator’s guidance and support. It reinforced the significance of critical thinking in my personal and professional life, empowering me to question, analyze, and evaluate the significance of my actions more effectively.

Huge shout out to our facilitatorsThey’re the best, of course.

(Miss. Munira Navsariwala and Miss. Jahnvi Mulchandani)



7 Habits and Love – Alpha

I’d like to seize this moment to express my sincere gratitude for the dedication exhibited by our facilitators Miss Munira Navsariwala and Miss. Jahnvi Mulchandani. From the very beginning, the session was engaging, and in a short span, they skillfully kept us united. The workshop proved to be exceptionally beneficial in unveiling habits and emotions. The spectrum of feelings that each participant shared during the workshop served as a clear testament to the triumph of the event. Hats off to the facilitators for their unwavering efforts, and applause to the team members for being attentive participants and partners in our collective growth.

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