Submit your Blog

Do you have a blog (post) / website (article), willing to exchange links (backlinks) with this blog. Simply submit your it here. I'll review it and include it in my blog posts. We can exchange links, you also get a chance to win, "Life Coach Blogger Award". It fun. Happy Blogging !

How to Add HTML Code in the Wordpress Homepage

Log into > Log in > Enter userid/password > My site > Themes (Customize) > Widgets > Sidebar > Add a Widget > scroll down and you'll find > Text (Arbitrary Text or HTML) > under, "Content" Add the HTML Code

Life Coach Blog Awards

Lifecoach Blogger Award Winners
(Your Blog Post will be displayed at the
bottom of each post)
Author Can Copy and Paste the below code in their Blog
(Note: you can change the size your award by changing, Height
and Width)
Ramesh's Blog Post, "Depression
and Suicide"
adds immense value to my
blog post, "List of Empathy

Prakash's Blog Post, "Aging and We"
adds immense value to my
blog post, "Self Motivation

Roma Gupta's Blog Post, "Touch Me,
Not, Said My Broken Heart" Adds
Immense Value to my Blog Post
Ritika's Blog Post, "Relationship
Advice" adds immense value
to my blog post, "List of Life Roles"
Sridhar's Blog Category, "Spirituality
and Surrender" adds Immense
Value to my Blog Post,
"List of Intrapersonal Skills"

Pooja's Blog Post, "Let's Talk about
Karma" adds Immense Value
to my Blog Post,
"List of Negative Words to Avoid"
Shweta Dave's Blog Post, "Love More,
Expect Still" adds Immense
value to my blog post,
"List of Interpersonal Skills"

Sahithya Sridhar's blog category, "Positive
Thinking" adds immense value
to my blog post,
"List of Affirmative Words"

Jyotika's blog post, "The Cancer
of 5Cs" adds immense value to
my blog post, "List of InterpersonalSkills"

Ila Varma's Blog Post, "Parenting Needs
Reformation" adds immense value
to my blog post, "List of Life Roles"
Vasantha Vivek adds immense
Value to my blog post
Intrapersonal Skills
Swapnil Pandey Blog Post, "Facebook
Etiquette" adds immense
Value to my blog Post, "Why Etiquette is Important"

Amit Misra Adds Immense value
to my blog post

Note to publishers: Do you own blog/website/blog post/website article on life coaching topics. It could be selfhelp, selfimprovement, personal development and so on. Link-up and win a chance to get, "Lifecoach Blogger Award"

Basic Blogspot Blogging Skills for Beginners and Professionals

Here is a list of skills needed for every blogger who is beginning the blogging journey. I divide them NEWEST mnemonic

Expertise in your Niche

You should identify your niche. You should be both passio
Basic Blogspot Blogging  Skills for Beginners
Basic Blogspot Blogging
Skills for Beginners
nate and expert in that topic. It also includes your aility to Network with Other bloggers of your Niche. Many bloggers ensure that they not only publish their niche topic but also read other blogs of their niche.

Earn or Monetize

An important skill to ensure that you get funds for your blog regularly so that you are able to make profit.

Writing Skills

Though you don't have to be an expert in writing initially, you may have to work on honing your writing skills as you become popular over time. Your writing skills include knowing the use of 8 parts of speech, basic sentence combining techniques and using structure and content words appropriately in your blog posts.

Free Blogspot Blogging Tools and Resources List

Here is a list of free blogspot tools I use to customize, monetize, find my niche network (lifecoach), check blog performance. I update it frequently whenever I find useful blogspot tools here. So, check it often.

Free Niche Networking Tools

I use and recommend to track your niche bloggers who doesn't have either Google plus or Twitter or any other social networking sites by only bloggers. Netvibes is free, simple to use and doesn't require any technical knowledge. simple sign up in netvibes, and then keep adding the blogs that you'd like to follow and get updates.

Anecdote Vs Short Story Vs Joke with Examples

Difference Between Anecdote, Short Story, Joke
Difference Between
Anecdote, Short Story, Joke

Anecdote Vs Short Story: Anecdotes are short real life incidents that sound amusing, and interesting and humorous. Stories can be fake or made up and are longer in duration compared to an anecdote. Generally, unlike stories, the number of words in an anecdote would not exceed 1000. However, a short  story may also not exceed 1000 words, unlike anecdotes, a short story may not be funny or humorous, though, the story length does not exceed 1000 words. To deliver persuasive presentations, you can use anecdotes in your speech.

List of Dress Code Tips for Business, Sales and Customer Service Coach with Examples

Whether you are attending a formal interview or giving a business presentation, dress takes a vital and it acts as a non-verbal communication tool to express yourself. Besides good handshake, eyecontact, facial expressions and gestures, dress can bring entire new attitude in a professional business scenario. FOODS mnemonic summarizes appropriate proper dress code for both men and women in a formal business situation:

    Business Dress Code Tips men women
    Professional Appropriate Dress Code Tips
  1. Fabric
  2. Opinion
  3. Old
  4. Dye
  5. Size
1. Fabric: You should choose right professional business wear. Cotton is one of the best fabrics for both men and women. It is not only soft on skin but also looks decent, neat and professional. Nevertheless, choosing the right fabric also depends on various other factors such as type of the business presentation, weather and individual comfortability.

List of Judgmental Statements, Phrases and Words with Examples

Building interesting human relationships is an art. You should know what to say and what not to say to people. Instead of being judgemental you focus yourself towards action or action plans. For example, instead of saying, "She loves me because she hugged and kissed me", ask her, "Do you love me", instead of saying, "He is stupid because he is just staring the paper, doing nothing", ask him, "Did you understand the problem, may I know how what approach you are going to take to solve this Math?"


  • He is wearing a decent dress, so he knows how to behave well with others.
  • She is a very happy lady because she always smiles.
  • She doesn't like me because she never makes an eye contact with me.
List of Judgemental Statements with Examples
List of Judgmental Statements with Examples


  • He speaks very soft and kind, so he will never hurt anyones' feelings.
  • He speaks kind words, so he will always listen and obey to what I say.
  • She hates me because she used profane language.
  • He shouts at me whenever I talk about moving to a different country, he doesn't like moving to another place.
  • He always talks good about Mr.John because he like him everymuch.

List of Redundant Statements, Words, and Phrases with Examples

Whether you are giving a speech or writing an email, it should be avoided to make your communication more effective and efficient. Here is a list of redundant sentences and statements that are used in our daily life conversations.

Redundant Statements, Sentences Examples Phrases
Redundant Statements, Sentences Examples Phrases

List of Common Redundant Sentences and statements:-
  1. All I want is the end result that matters.
  2. See, Did you notice that we both are wearing the exact same color clothes
  3. If suppose you read the past history of Ghandhiji, you will understand that he was absolutely certain about final outcome of India's independence.
  4. At present time, I’m in a difficult dilemma and I don’t know how to make a definite final decision to plan ahead.
  5. It was a major breakthrough new invention and it is an unexpected surprise to the world.

List of Generalized Words, Phrases, Statements with Examples

Generalized Statements Examples List
Generalized Statements
Examples List

Generalizations, sometimes, can be a verbal communication barrier during communication. General Words/phrases such as everybody, nobody, always, all, everyone, and no one in a sentence or statement are some examples of generalizations. You must replace them tactfully by using diplomatic, thoughtful and sensitive language. Generalizations must be particularly avoided in resumes, business meetings and during conflicts.

Here is a list of examples Generalized statements and its replacement:

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About Me

Sridhar Chandrasekaran

Sridhar Chandrasekaran

I'm a life coach and a blogger. I read and honor life coach blogs. My goal is to encourage every life coach blogger to blog effectively on blogspot platform.I am passionate about two things in life is to help, 1) people to enhance their life coaching skills that include both intrapersonal and interpersonal intelligence, 2) blog effectively and efficiently on blogspot blogging platform.

I have been facilitating soft-skills, behavioral skills and management skills for various manufacturing, IT and ITES companies and training institutions. More about Me...

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