Habits of the Effective Change Leaders
In our society, unfortunately, a leader is considered as someone who dominates and controls. Maybe this is because we were ruled by outsiders for a considerably longer period of time and we have a notion that a leader is one who only commands and has immense powers.
Things You Can Learn from Jeff Bezos on Smart Decision Making
With his smart thinking and innovative approach, Jeff Bezos has made Amazon a brand to reckon with. From its humble beginnings in 1994, the company today is the largest Internet retailer across the globe in terms of market capitalization and revenue…
5 Movies That Will Inspire an Entrepreneur
As an entrepreneur, you will always strive for the best and every move you make will have some consequences for it. Good or bad. An entrepreneur is a seeker in a way, who keeps on searching for ways to fulfill his objective and creating something which is truly worthwhile.
We all have heard about fascinating and inspiring stories about the co-founder of Infosys, a business consulting and business outsourcing services company in India. He has carved a niche for himself in this industry with the holistic approach to his work culture and compassion towards the people he engages with.
In one way or other, we all are influenced or some of them are fascinated by the revolution in the telecom industry. The unprecedented rise in mobile phone usage and decline in data costs in encouraging people to avail these services even in remote areas of India.
The world around us rotates on an unwritten barter system. The practice of exchanging a good for a good and a service for another service is as old as humanity. It works both for the giver and the taker, both of whom change places with each other with time.
For a student’s overall growth, perfection holds a higher value than being promoted from one grade to the next. While this is true, we often are shortsighted and like to believe the opposite. As a student, when we score 75% and are promoted to the next grade, we often consider that the job…
Student life is that slice of life which is ever cherished by everyone. It is that bitter sweet taste in the mouth which leaves one emotional for life. There are moments of love, passion, dreams, pressure, panic and more to these years of life which are also the most vulnerable ones for the same reason.
Everybody experiences some or the other form of peer pressure at some point in his/her life. Be it exam fear or fear of failure in a competition or fear of failing to get an approval from parents, all of these can lead to frustration anger and disappointment.
We often identify ourselves with our accomplishment and forget that our ultimate aim in life is to be joyous. We forget that if we enjoy what we are doing right now, everything else tends to follow naturally.
Money cannot buy a mind, but it does gives peace to the body. The value of money is immense from the material point to view as long as we are living. Money needs to earned, saved and then spent to live without worries. Children, before starting to earn are often extravagant...
As kids they start sensing the world from all their senses, they have questions that never seem to end. They are curious about everything and anything new to them excites them. This state of mind is the best time to grow the creative side of the child.
The relationship between a child and the parents is a dynamic face-off between the old and the new. The many life-defining moments that arise from the interactions of an experienced mind and a virgin soul helps the growth of mind through better understanding of life for both.
The digital era has broken both the traditional definition o and the pre-requisites of entrepreneurship. Forget a business space and huge investments, all that matters now is your skills. With the right skill-set, you don’t need anything apart from a computer and an internet connection…
Everyone needs an application which can be customized in modern research operations. Open Source Software Programs give the user an advantage of customizing the software which serves their interests of modern research techniques.
Have you heard of millennials? You see, millennials are mostly people aged between 19-36 years. They are called so because they were born nearing the new millennium. Most of them have now reached adulthood, and they are a generation that experts love to analyze.