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Dr. Sujata Singhi: Emotional Wellness in Tech Age



Dr. Sujata Singhi is a well-known motivational speaker, bestselling author, TEDx speaker, master NLP trainer, and spiritual scientist. She has over 20 years of combined working and business experience, and has transformed more than 300,000 lives across universities, colleges, corporates, government departments, hospitals, social groups, NGOs, Clubs, associations, and more. She is a rare spiritual scientist who leads people towards practising transformative spiritual sciences globally to build stronger nations and bring world peace.

She is the World Peace Ambassador, India and holds prestigious leadership board positions in research institutions like IJBST, an MIL of UNESCO and EUDOXIA research University, USA and Research Center, India.

Dr. Singhi holds a Masters in Business Administration majoring in Finance and Marketing. However, she followed her calling and moved from the corporate environment towards transforming lives by imparting life skill education and wellness guidance with the help of sound and spiritual sciences using the wisdom of Vedic leadership, both in the arena of corporate and public governance. She has done extensive research in the field of Sound as Medicine and the Spiritual Science of the Vedic systems in leadership and wealth creation. Dr. Singhi has been conferred with s, including one in Sound and Spiritual Sciences accredited by Cambridge Distance Education, UK, and also conferred with a D.Litt. in Musical Arts.

Her work has been recognized by the World Book of Records, UK. India Book of Records, Iconic Book of Records, Star Book of Records in Personal and Professional categories.

She is invited globally by corporates, colleges, universities, professional groups, intercultural groups, women and empowerment groups, conferences and conclaves as a speaker, key-note speaker, chief guest and also to conduct trainings, bootcamps, workshops on concepts of Mental and Emotional Wellness to enhance productivity and efficiency.

Dr. Singhi talks about the importance of emotional wellness. While physical fitness is crucial for a long and peaceful life, emotional, spiritual, social, and scientific wellness are also pivotal. Technology has revolutionized human life and made it easier, but it has also led to the loss of human values, emotional bonds, and connections. People are becoming more moody these days, and their emotions, happiness, anger, laughter, etc., are largely dependent on external factors. For example, if someone posts something important on social media and gets less response, they feel unhappy. Similarly, if their achievements are not getting an overwhelming response from others, they feel discouraged. This constant need for validation on social media is one of the core reasons for disturbing emotional wellness among youth these days.

Dr. Singhi defines emotional intelligence or emotional wellness as the ability to recognize, understand, and manage our own emotions, as well as recognize, understand, and influence the emotions of others. She explains that emotions can drive our behavior and impact people positively or negatively. Therefore, it is essential to learn how to manage those emotions, both our own and others’. Managing emotions is especially crucial when we are under pressure, such as when we are giving and receiving feedback, meeting tight deadlines, dealing with challenging relationships, navigating change, working through setbacks and failure.

Emotions precede thought, and when emotions run high, they change the way our brain’s function, diminishing our cognitive abilities, decision-making powers, and even interpersonal skills. Understanding and managing our emotions and the emotions of others helps us to be more successful in both our personal and professional lives. Emotional intelligence helps us have uncomfortable conversations without hurting feelings, manage our emotions when stressed or feeling overwhelmed, and improve relationships with the people we care about. At work, emotional intelligence can help us resolve conflicts, coach and motivate others, create a culture of collaboration, and build psychological safety within teams.

Emotional Intelligence is fundamentally based on intrapersonal skills, interpersonal skills, stress management, general mood, and adaptability. Dr. Singhi explains that emotional intelligence refers to skills and competencies that allow people to deal with their own emotions (individual level) and the emotions of others (interpersonal level) by controlling the behavioral effect of emotions, especially the negative ones.

To have emotional wellness, Dr. Singhi advises today’s generation to take a digital break, go for a walk-in nature, meet people one-to-one, spare time for quality reading, and invest in watching motivational videos. These practices will help people improve their emotional stability, manage their emotions effectively, and enhance their overall well-being.

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