Humans like to blame stuff for their problems; they blame everything and everyone for their own failures and shortcomings.
Rarely will you ever see a man accepting his own reasons, behind who he is and living a life which is the result of the decisions he made!
It is a fact that most people are primarily shaped by their surroundings, their environments build them, people rub off on people and by all influences them, it is just like how common cold spreads!
However, at the same time, free will is not a myth, no matter how bad your situation is you will have the ability to change it.
Because at the end of the day humans have the ability to change themselves and their lives; only whether or not one chooses to do so, is up to them. Continue reading –>
For millions of years, since the beginning of human history they have been at the pursuit of happiness. What truly makes humans happy is an age old question and many have traveled far and wide in search of the answer.
A documentary film even records this journey of people starting from the slums of Calcutta to the poshest areas of New York City, and they interviewed several people about what actually makes them happy and how they can live a fulfilling life.
This movie was actually inspired from an article that was published by the New York Times about how people can measure happiness. So began their search for the answers.
And the conclusion…? Here is what this fascinating documentary tells us about being truly happy. And the answers will definitely surprise you! Continue reading –>
We know the secret sorrows of most MNA pursuant buried under a pile of endless MBA assignments to finish – they are not particularly great at phone interviews! They end up stressing a lot afterwards about not getting the job. But you should know it is not that hard.
We have done our fair share of phone interviews, both on the hiring side of the equation as well as the joining side. So, it might be safe to say that we are pretty qualified to write on this topic.
Here goes our five tips to ace your phone interview:
Take a note of your surrounding (you should also pay attention to this when writing assignments):
If there is a scheduled interview that you have, take precautions in advance to get in a good spot physically.
Never try to take a phone interview at your desk where you cannot talk freely. Also avoid taking a cal when there is too much going on in the background. Another important pro-tip that most interviewees are unaware of is the habit of talking on phone while walking. The subconscious breathlessness that occurs while doing so, affects the interviewer’s judgment about the person talking on phone, you may seem to lack authority in such circumstances when the person on the opposite end of the line does not know you. Continue reading –>