Sachita Nishal

Student
Surat/gujarat, India

About Sachita

Areas of Expertise

Physics, Mathematics, Speaking & Leadership, Pschology

I'm passionate about

Physics, Chemistry, Psychology, Economics, Playing the guitar, Playing Basketball, Mathematics, Speaking skills, Learning lots of new stuff, Management and organizing stuff,

Talk to me about

Anything - if I don't know about it, I'll learn something new. If I do know about it, we might have a mighty good conversation.

People don't know I'm good at

Things other than studies

Comments & conversations

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Sachita Nishal
Posted over 2 years ago
Which philosophies create better long lasting relationship Gender roles or Gender Equality
Gender equality is something I would go for. The world today is changing too fast, everybody can earn for themselves and each one of us has her/his own ego. Hence, this isn't the age for chauvinism. Everyone aspires to be independent and although having someone else to pay for the date might be good for the purse, it certainly isn't good for the independence or the ego. Besides, it's not the 'role' or 'duty' of anyone gender to take care of the other. The world has come a long way and we all can stand on our feet now. Why then, to think of each gender having a specific role? And then again, gender roles increase prejudices and stereotypes against any one gender. So, be happy, be independent.
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Posted over 2 years ago
Is there an attitude that can allow people to better filter/apply the ideas that they learn?
Take your time. It's all in your hands. And then, you might be impressed by some ideas but they might not be suitable for the situations YOU face daily. So think them over and see if you really need to apply them or not. Ifyou dont need them, they are essentially unimportant and you neddnt focus on them. If you get some that you consider essential for yourself then go ahead actually try to make them the motto of your life. Try to think about situations where you can apply them but then again, don't over think. Just, you know, chill and when you are on a tough spot, see if you can use these ideals. What say?
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Posted over 2 years ago
What is the key to smarter decisions?
Pros and cons, using instincts or hunches sometimes, thinking about the consequences of the decision, keeping the mind open to other alternative and trying something different are a few ways of making smart decisions. But the most important one is: dont take excessive stress about decisions, just chill out and think freely and openly instead of hastily, stressfully and conventionally! :)
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Posted over 2 years ago
How does TED Conversations offer an alternative online social experience to other sites and social networks?
TED is all about sharing your knowledge, ideas, opening up your mind, removing stereotypes, discovering the world around you, being curious, asking questions learning new and awesome stuff......... I can go on and on. And that is where it is different from other social networking sites, you actually participate and not in stupid 'lucky factor' quizzes or games like FarmVille but you play a part in spreading ideas and changing your and others perceptions about the world. You are an active participant, not just a passive watcher. Also, TED simply isn't silly like the other sites but actually something for intellectuals.
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Posted over 2 years ago
Why is Gangnam Style so successful ?
It's random, quirky, funny, odd strange weird and completely random and due to these traits, it is appealing to people. They thinkit to be 'sparky' some weird alien thing they've never seen before and therein lies the secret of its awesomeness and viral popularity. It's something different!
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Posted over 2 years ago
Can true altruism exist in humans?
I guess it's all about your ego - the higher the ego, the less altruistic you are. And yes, there really are people who do stuff without expectations, and rare they might be, but you can't count them out. But indirectly, there is a sort of emotional expectation as Feyisayo Anjorin stated very well. When you help out someone, you expect them to be happy, satisfied and sometimes thankful too. If they don't give you the feeling they liked your help, its not really gonna encourage you to do the same thing again. So yes there are some expectations, but certainly not selfish ones.
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Posted over 2 years ago
Do you think the future of teachers could be in jeopardy?
Not really, Matthew. You see try as they might, scientists can't replace teachers in classrooms, they can just improve teaching aids. Teachers will always be in demand because they add a human touch to the teaching process without which it is really difficult to have effective learning as well as proper assessment. Teachers are humans so they can understand what is going on in the minds of children, not just academic doubts but also the day to day problems they face in school. So teachers do seem like an indispensable resource for educational institutions. I guess we won't be getting rid of them too soon!
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Posted over 2 years ago
How can wisdom be gained?
Ah, Leo, it's all about experience. That's what it takes to gain wisdom. When you experience, you see new stuff and improve your senses, response and perceptions about the world around you. It's not necessary only old people are wise, you just have to go out into the world and see stuff for yourself because wisdom has no age - it's all in your head!
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Posted almost 3 years ago
How does arrogance compare with confidence?
I believe that an arrogant person is one who believes she is above all and can never fail or make mistakes in an endeavour while a confident person has faith in her abilities but doesn't go on and on about being superior to all. So basically, she has a good opinion of herself but refuses to accept the fact that success is absolute. She knows failure can come, but is ready to tackle it and move on while an arrogant one believes failure can never come to her, ever. I frankly don't know if confidence has any negative qualities but arrogance, I can go on and on about, after all, we've all grown up believing it to be a bad trait as you said. And it is too, but if it's intensity is reduced to minimal then it can be as good as confidence for you. Talking about humbling an arrogant person, we can't do much about them as they already think themselves as superior to us and won't really bother to listen. Getting a taste of their own medicine will only increase the arrogance. But if they face the consequences of their arrogance, such as general dislike from others or failure due to overconfidence in their abilities, they might change. Can't say it will work for narcissists though.