Month: June 2018

What Your Handshake Says About You?

Throughout times, handshakes has been given different connotations in social, political and business affairs. Handshakes act to bind individuals in concrete social relationships and agreements and in a global political context they can be seen as an upper hand in certain diplomatic areas that says a lot than words would do alone. The most infamous handshake of Trump and Macron that lasted for 29 seconds is a perfect depiction of this. Continue Reading

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When It’s Okay To Badmouth Your Employer?

The whole concept behind badmouthing your former employer at a job interview is that you actually end up distorting your own first impression that is crucial for your survival at work. By disparaging your earlier workplace you are actually making your current employers aware of the fact that you can also have similar opinions about them elsewhere.

This can dismantle your chances for selection and raises doubts about your efficacy in workplace as only one side of the picture is present. It is possible that you may be at fault as well and have placed the entire blame on the authority. Continue Reading

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Problem With Success Stories And Why Should We Read About Failure?

Success stories cease to give the readers the desired motivation for a prolonged time. Readers get captivated in the blooms and glory of the people’s lives on text and fail to realize what made them come such a long way.

Success stories give a one sided picture of life and in order to draw inspiration from great people’s life journey we need to reflect and ponder on their darker side. Continue Reading

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5 Best Of The Best Failure Stories

Embracing failure on the way to success is a virtue of great people throughout time. Learning from your own misfortunes, accepting your shortcomings with patience but keeping your dignity intact will enable you to make great pursuits in the long run.

Google searches show that people take more interest in reading failure stories because they believe that they hold more inspiration and a zeal for the readers to keep moving forwards in the face of hurdles. Continue Reading

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3 Techniques To Break Bad Habits For Good

Getting rid of bad habits is something that is voluntary because adopting them were our own choice in the first place.  We were never taught by our parents or teachers to prick our nose, bite our nails, throw our dirty socks under our beds, stay glued to television and smart phones screens or overeat to our mouths. Continue Reading

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Can Money Buy Happiness?

People’s lives face a rollercoaster of events, their subjective nature of reactions can be highly determined with the monetary influences in each situation. By researching human lives and their subsequent reactions in the course of events, scientists have objectively concluded upon a Hedonic treadmill that concludes that if people get what they dream intensely for in their lives, they will not retain that level of happiness for a long time.

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From Negative To Positive In 23 Days

It’s the people’s innate perception that determines how they view the society around them. If you are filled a negative attitude, then everything around you will appear in a negative light.

Negative thoughts would mentally drain you and curb your strength to face the challenges of a new day with a fresh outlook. Therefore the 21/90 rule, is very important for you to adopt Continue Reading

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8 Books Every Consultant Should Read

In order to thrive successfully in the world of consultants, you need to have a good command over your reading skills and harbor a good reading stamina. Consultants need to excel in areas of management and have comprehensive understanding of finance, strategy, the organizational structure of the company and its relation with the external environment. Continue Reading

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7 Must Read Books For New Parents

Although an entire category has now evolved to address and tackle ‘parenting’ writing- lets be fair, the general perception usually is that books will either cause one to puke or to snooze.

New parents are in need of help but parenting books may still leave a lot to be desired. Some of them are plain boring, some narrate horrors of the ‘new life’ (which frankly intimidate new parents even more), some try to be humors (but are not!) and some are plain bad. Continue Reading

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The Extra Mile Is Never Crowded: Email Hacks

Here is the simple but powerful rule… always give people more than they expect to get.– Nelson Boswell.

By going the extra mile, you make a special effort to achieve something. It is the little things in life that makes a huge difference. Going an extra mile is vital ingredient in the competitive market, where you need to do everything you can to be one step ahead of your competition? Continue Reading

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