Ruby is a strong believer of Karma, she feels if you do good to others, if you help people around you, if you spread love & happiness – we are moving towards a more secure society. She had a very protective childhood in her native India, her parents were always there to fulfil all her needs; yet she never stopped looking beyond the horizon….from a very young age she wanted to do something significant for the society. Her life took a turn when she got married and came to Switzerland. Ruby never stopped to learn – she had two beautiful kids who were her priority in life. She has always worked part-time as she wanted to spend quality time with her kids and at the same time do something significant for the society. As a multitasker, she balanced her family, social & work life very well – she is a very popular Professor, Secretary of Indian Association Lausanne, Vice President of Swiss Riviera Toastmasters Club and active Member of Conseil General of her commune.
In this podcast episode Ruby shares with us her nine steps for achieving continuous learning using the acronym: E. D. U. C. A. T. I. O. N. Listen in to Ruby and Jo-Ann learn more so you too, can start applying them to your daily life.
- Maintaining a competitive edge
- Taking a holistic approach
- Understanding your learning process
- Never stop learning
MORE INFO ON RUBY
She firmly believes education & communication are strong pillars in developing a progressive society. “We don’t have to start big, we just need to think different and focus on small things in life”. Recently, she was interviewed by local Swiss Radio, where she was portrayed as a Indo-Swiss Cultural Leader, passionately committed towards different social projects. As Chairperson Montreux for All Ladies League (ALL), she leads a team of other enthusiastic women who help her in organizing different cultural events, talk-shows, fun events and thus empowering each other. To inculcate values of rich Indian culture she is actively involved with Moral & Cultural Development classes – teaching shlokas, mantras and bhajans to kids as well as adults. She conducts Hindi language classes with her team every Sunday at her own home. Kids are in the age group of 5y – 15y, they are waiting eagerly for their Sunday classes, as her team makes it a great learning experience. The classes are completely free of charge and is open for everyone to join! As the classes are becoming popular and the number of students becomes bigger, she is also looking for sponsors to support her mission!
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