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Your potential is God’s Gift to world


Your potential is a gift that you bring to the world. It is the unique combination of your skills, talents, experiences, and passions that make you who you are. And, just as you are a gift to the world, your potential is a gift that can make a positive impact on those around you.

Realising your potential requires a willingness to step outside your comfort zone, take risks, and embrace change. It means recognising your strengths and weaknesses, and being willing to work on both. It also means setting goals and taking action to achieve them.

As you work toward realising your potential, it’s important to remember that it is not just about personal success or achievement. Your potential has the power to make a positive impact on the world around you. It can inspire and motivate others, and help to create a better future for everyone.

There are several reasons why many people do not realise their full potential:

  • Fear of failure: People often afraid of taking risks, making mistakes, or not living up to their own or others’ expectations.
  • Lack of self-awareness: Many people don’t fully understand their own strengths, weaknesses, and passions. Without this self-awareness, it can be difficult to identify the opportunities that align with your potential.
  • Negative self-talk: At times the belief that they are not good enough or smart enough, or that they don’t have what it takes to succeed.
  • Lack of motivation: Sometimes people are unsure of what they want, or they don’t see the value in pursuing their goals.
  • External factors: Factors such as lack of resources or unsupportive people can also hold people back from realising their potential.
  • Procrastination: Procrastination and lack of action also hinder from realising their potential.
  • Comfort zone: People often get stuck in their comfort zone and resist change, even if it could lead to growth and development.

Overcoming these obstacles can be challenging, but it’s important to remember that it’s never too late to realise your potential. Start by setting small, achievable goals, and build on your successes. Believe in yourself and your abilities.

To fully realise your potential, it’s important to take a few key steps:

  • Identify your strengths: What are your natural talents and abilities? What are the things you excel at, and that bring you joy and fulfilment? Awareness is most important
  • Set goals: Identify what you want to achieve, and set specific goals to help you get there.
  • Take action: Don’t be afraid to take risks and try new things. Take action toward your goals, even if it means stepping outside your comfort zone.
  • Embrace failure: Failure is a natural part of the process of realising your potential. Learn from your mistakes, and use them as opportunities for growth and improvement.
  • Surround yourself with support: Seek out mentors, coaches, and supportive friends and family who can help you stay motivated and on track.
  • Give back: Use your potential to make a positive impact on the world around you. Look for opportunities to volunteer, mentor, or otherwise give back to your community.


Remember, your potential is a gift to the world. Embrace it, work hard to realise it, and use it to make a positive impact on those around you. When you do, you will find greater meaning, purpose, and fulfilment in your life because it’s U@core

You are just different : No more, No less


“Never afraid to be different, afraid to be Similar”

What comes to your mind when you read this ?  Are you different or part of crowd or try to be part of crowd ?

A decade ago, I visited my son’s school (DPS-South) for PTM.  I read this amazing quote written on a wall there, This got my attention and registered in my heart so deep that, I never forgot it.

Sometimes in life, we may feel like we don’t quite fit in or that we are different from the people around us. We might feel like we don’t belong or that we don’t understand why everyone else seems to be on the same page, while we are on a different one. But the truth is, being different is not necessarily a bad thing. In fact, it can be a wonderful thing.

You are just different, and that is a good thing. You have your own unique perspectives, experiences, and ideas. You bring something special to the table that no one else can. Embracing your differences can lead to personal growth, self-discovery, and a stronger sense of identity. Because its U@core.

You may have talents and abilities that others don’t, or you may have a different way of approaching problems and challenges. Your unique qualities and quirks can be a source of strength and creativity.

Of course, being different can also come with challenges. You may feel misunderstood or left out at times. But it’s important to remember that everyone experiences challenges in life, and that your differences are what make you stand out in a world full of sameness.

You are not alone, there are many people out there who share your differences and who have learned to embrace them. Seek out others who share your interests, passions, and values. Connect with them, learn from them, and support each other.

Finally, being different is not something to be ashamed of. It’s something to celebrate. So embrace your differences, embrace who you are, and know that you have something special to offer the world. You are a unique person with unique potentials, so untap your unique potentials because its U@core.  Connect with me if you wish to uncover your brilliance.

Focus on YOU, until You in focus


All of us wish to be in focus isn’t it?

How many times a day or a week you think about self ?

How much time in a week you spend on self-care and self-improvement?

In today’s fast-paced world, it’s easy to get lost in the hustle and bustle of daily life. We’re constantly bombarded with notifications, deadlines, and to-do lists, and it can be hard to find a moment to slow down and focus on ourselves. However, taking the time to prioritise our own needs and goals is essential for living a healthy and fulfilling life.

To truly focus on ourselves, we need to practice mindfulness. Mindfulness is the act of being fully present in the moment, without judgment or distraction. It involves paying attention to our thoughts, feelings, and surroundings, and tuning out external distractions. By being mindful, we can connect with ourselves on a deeper level and gain a better understanding of our wants and needs.

Try setting aside a few minutes each day to sit in quiet reflection. Focus on your breath, and try to clear your mind of any distractions. You may find it helpful to repeat a mantra, such as “I am present in this moment,” to help keep you centered. If your mind wanders, gently bring it back to your breath and your intention.  Another way is to practice self-care. This includes activities such as taking a relaxing bath, practicing yoga or meditation, or indulging in a hobby you enjoy. Self-care allows you to recharge your batteries and refresh your minds, making it easier to focus on your goals and priorities.

Focusing on yourself is not selfish. In fact, by taking care of yourself, you are better equipped to take care of others and contribute to the world around you. When you are in a healthy and balanced state, you are able to show up as your best self and make a positive impact on those around you.

here are some more tips to help you focus on yourself until you are in focus:

  • Define your values: Take some time to identify your core values, those principles that guide your decision-making and behavior, it becomes easier to prioritize your needs and goals.
  • Set boundaries: Learn to say no to things that do not align with your values or that do not serve your best interests. This can mean limiting time with people who drain your energy, saying no to social obligations when you need time to recharge, or turning off your phone when you need to disconnect.
  • Prioritise self-care: Self-care is not a luxury, it is a necessity. Make time for the activities that help you relax, recharge and rejuvenate. Include things like exercise, spending time in nature, reading a book, or getting a massage.
  • Practice self-reflection: Take time to check in with yourself regularly. Ask yourself how you are feeling, what you need, and what changes you can make to better align with your goals and values. Help you stay connected to yourself and identify areas for growth.
  • Set goals and track progress: Break larger goals into smaller, achievable steps, and celebrate each milestone along the way.
  • Surround yourself with positive influences: Seek out people who uplift and support you, and distance yourself from those who bring negativity or toxicity into your life. Cultivating new friendships or relationships, or simply focusing on deepening existing connections with those who inspire and encourage you.
  • Find a suitable coach for yourself who can help you looking internal.

Focusing on yourself is an ongoing journey, and it takes time and effort to cultivate the habits and mindset that allow you to do so effectively. Be patient and compassionate with yourself, and commit to making your own well-being a top priority.  When you make yourself focus and start improving everyday on various aspect of your life slowly you start becoming focus as role model because its U@core.

A Leader is a Human first


Almost 2 decades back, I was in a call with our CFO and He being our responsible Director,  having discussions with identified talents and I was one of them.  He asked me one question which remained with me forever.  He asked me “as a leader how do you see humanity in your role”.  That time it was so spontaneous that I fumble a bit to explain with examples.  But now when I look back on my journey, it looks like leadership is all about being a human first.

Leadership is often associated with traits such as confidence, strength, and authority. But while these qualities are certainly important, it’s equally important to remember that leaders are human beings first and foremost.

Being a leader can be a daunting task. You’re responsible for making important decisions, setting the tone for your team, and motivating others to do their best work. It’s easy to get caught up in the demands of the role and forget that at the end of the day, you’re just a person with flaws and vulnerabilities.

But embracing your humanity can actually make you a better leader. When you allow yourself to be vulnerable, you create a sense of authenticity and relatability that can foster trust and connection with your team. When you show empathy and understanding, you create a culture of support and respect that encourages collaboration and creativity.

Being a human first also means acknowledging your limitations and seeking help when you need it. A good leader knows when to ask for help or delegate tasks to others who may be better suited for the job. This not only takes pressure off of yourself, but it also shows your team that you value their skills and expertise.

Another aspect of being a human first is prioritising self-care. Taking care of your physical, mental, and emotional well-being is essential for being an effective leader. When you’re feeling your best, you’re better equipped to handle the challenges and demands of leadership.

You see, being a leader is not just about calling the shots and making big decisions. It’s about being there for your team, listening to their concerns, and sometimes even sharing your own struggles. Because let’s face it, we’re all human, and we all have our own battles to fight.

So, as a leader, I always used to make it a point to not only lead with confidence and authority, but also with empathy and understanding. And yes, sometimes that means admitting that I don’t have all the answers, or even showing my goofy side to make my team laugh and lighten the mood.

But the most important thing I’ve learned as a leader is that it’s okay to be human. In fact, it’s what makes us great leaders. So let’s embrace our imperfections, our quirks, and our silly sides, and let’s continue to lead with heart and humour.

So, the next time you step into your leadership role, remember that you’re a human being first. Embrace your imperfections, show empathy and understanding, ask for help when you need it, and prioritise self-care. By doing so, you’ll not only be a better leader, but you’ll also create a more positive and supportive environment for your team.

“U@core helps you become the best version of yourself.”


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Community Support 

Network : Join our supportive community of like-minded individuals who are also on the journey to reconnect with their core essence. Our community provides a safe and non-judgmental space to share your experiences, insights, and challenges.

Mail us with your whatsAp details and linkedIN reference link.


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What is your “Core”

understanding of U@core is the key to your universe.

It is focused on helping individuals identify and tap into their core values, beliefs, and strengths to achieve personal and professional success.

So, what makes your “Core” according to U@core would be unique to each individual and is based on your  individual experiences and perspectives.


Getting triggered and reactive isn’t a problem.  It’s a human.  But can you notice It’s happening?  Awareness…..!

Learn to say : that’s on you.

Your behaviour is on you.

The way you move is on you

The choices you make are all on you.

The way you live its’s all on you. 

Stop absorbing the pain of other people, recognise what belongs to you and what doesn’t.


“By changing our thoughts, we can change our belief, emotions, and actions, and ultimately transform our lives.” – Dr. Joe Dispenza

Transform your life

THINK.   DO.    BE.


By changing our thoughts and beliefs, we can change our emotions and behaviours, and ultimately transform our lives


It’s critical to take action to create change in our lives.  Thinking positively is not enough.


Cultivate a Certain State of being, characterised by qualities such as love, gratitude, and presence for more fulfilment.

“Your goals must be in harmony….”

What makes U@core different

  • “Discover your inner core with U@core and unleash your full potential.”
  • “U@core helps you become the best version of yourself.”
  • “U@core empowers you to live life on your terms.”
  • “With U@core, you can tap into your true strengths and passions.”
  • “U@core helps you navigate life’s challenges with confidence and clarity.”
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"U@core" Signature program for Transformation Journey

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U@core Social gathering

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U@core Book club

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