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Making bigger size

Yes . one more Monday. i am making my size bigger than the challenges which i am facing. i am uplifting my confidence , courage, action and efforts level. i know i am alone in the battle of life so i need to be more aggressive in work and action. i am promising my self , right now, to come ...

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EVERY EXIT IS AN ENTRY SOMEWHERE ELSE.

How you are going to be remembered by your family after your exit from this world? This is not a question being asked flippantly. Firstly, as we came into being on this Planet Earth our countdown to exit had begun. The exit is immanent; no excuses will do and no alternatives exist. Nor is there any choice to decide time, ...

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EVERY EXIT IS AN ENTRY SOMEWHERE ELSE.

How you are going to be remembered by your family after your exit from this world? This is not a question being asked flippantly. Firstly, as we came into being on this Planet Earth our countdown to exit had begun. The exit is immanent; no excuses will do and no alternatives exist. Nor is there any choice to decide time, ...

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2 INDIANS LEADERS ARE SHAKING HANDS WITH NASA

NASA includes two Indian innovators on waste management NASA, the US space agency has included two Indian innovators for its conference on waste management. WASHINGTON: NASA, the US space agency has included two Indian innovators for its conference on waste management. Nitin Gupta from Attero Recycling and Anshu Goonj from Goonj are among nine innovators from across the globe that ...

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It’s Not About Me. It’s About Our Company Values.

  Librado Romero/The New York Times Cathy Choi is president of Bulbrite, a lighting maker and supply company in Moonachie, N.J. After accepting her father’s offer to join it, she says, she “made a concerted effort to make the company the leader, not me or my dad.” Corner Office Every Sunday, Adam Bryant talks with top executives about the challenges ...

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HOW TO ADOPT MENTORS WITHOUT REALLY ASKING?

This interview with Shellye Archambeau, chief executive of MetricStream, a firm that helps companies meet compliance standards, was conducted and condensed by Adam Bryant. Q. What do you consider some important leadership lessons you’ve learned? A. My mother had a definite influence on my leadership style. She was very involved in the community. She would say that whenever you run ...

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WHAT IS YOUR LEADERSHIP SCORECARD ?

Charlotte Beers, former chairwoman and C.E.O. of Ogilvy & Mather Worldwide, now runs seminars called “The X Factor” for female leaders. She says it’s vital to make self-assessments, and to include “the good, the bad and the ugly.” Q. Tell me about your early management roles. A. I was in my early 30s, and I was the first management supervisor ...

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HOW TO CHANGE THINGS WHEN CHANGE IS REALLY HARD.

I read an awesome book by Chip and Dan Heath called Switch – How To Change Things When Change is Hard. I really enjoyed their previous book Made to Stick. What I like about Chip and Dan’s books are that they are founded on real research and have some depth to them. Although I love reading business books, I am ...

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ORIGINALITY VERSUS CTRL" C" & "V"

Franklin P. Jones “Originality is the art of concealing your source.” Originality is a source gifted to mankind by infinite inteligence. Of course, Bill Gates says,” creating perfection at the first attempt is a stupidity.”First preference of genius is originality not perfection. Yes! I do agree, Thomas Alva Edison was able to invent electronic bulb after 1000 efforts. Originality is ...

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SHOULD LEADER RELY ON INTUITION FOR DECISION MAKING?

WHAT IS THE RIGHT WAY FOR DECISION MAKING? A recent Harvard Working Knowledge blog post ( What is the right mix between intuition and analysis? Several clear themes characterized responses to this month’s column. Dominant among these was that the best way to reach a decision depends on a number of factors, including the nature of the decision, the nature ...

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8 RULES FOR HIRING TALENT -SKILL

Attitude is defined as ones’ feelings or mood – Positive or negative – toward things, circumstances or people. No matter how you may choose to define attitude, it is one of your “most priceless” or disabling possessions. You, and only you, are in charge of your attitude! You must realize that your attitude is your choice to make, and that ...

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Single Mother Wins $200,000 in Job Bias Case

she’d need in order to attain an increase in her sales commission. Then, on June 2, 2006, Lockwood’s 4-year-daughter Lily woke up with pinkeye. She called a manager to request rescheduling a meeting since she wouldn’t be able to come to work. A half hour later, the manager called back with words that chilled Lockwood: Unless she resigned, she would ...

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Live for Years without Money

Twenty-two years ago Heidemarie Schwermer, a middle-aged secondary school teacher just emerging from a difficult marriage, moved with her two children from the village of Lueneburg to the city of Dortmund, in the Ruhr area of Germany, whose homeless population, she immediately noticed, was above average and striking in its intransigent hopelessness. Her immediate reaction was shock. “This isn’t right, ...

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