Some of the most satisfying feelings in the world are – finally finding the inexpensive object you had lost and have been searching frantically for hours, biting into a warm home-cooked meal after starving for several strenuous hours, that long interrupted sneeze you had been keeping and the glorious experience of the glimpse at the tip of ice-berg you assumed to be entrepreneurial success, that you’ve been so tirelessly working for.
One of the greatest, most satisfying feelings of the world is to see your efforts bring about success. You almost feel trapped in the time warp where you and your team have been working hard to add value to the works and lives of your clients, their businesses, stakeholders and the likes, and it feels like you have been doing the same forever now. Continue reading –>
There are people who are absolutely intrigued and follow every word about the bizarre idea of having a specific personality type and then there are some who believe them to be utter nonsense. But still it is always interesting to see which personality type we belong to or supposedly fall in, so that perhaps we can gain a little more knowledge about the mysterious self we are.
There is a famous personality test which forms the basis of several other popular modified versions of the same, called Briggs Myers’ and Carl Jung’s test. It is based on sixteen varying personality tests defining people into separate groups using alphabetical combinations of the traits that are symbolized by the same. There are many sceptics who suggest these tests are nothing but pseudo science. But it is still interesting to think that our personalities come wrapped in a box, predetermining our success in work and relationships! Continue reading –>
Being successful in your career definitely requires a professional aptitude and that is a no brainer for people. But what does being professional actually mean?
For many, the word professional brings to their minds an image of a well-dressed individual sitting with an air of panache at their well-decorated office desk, peering over a large computer screen decorated with post-its that look very important. They should have a table decorated with a small Zen garden (because that’s supposed to help them with stress-relief!), and a few pictures of family and friends because even staying away from them for 8 hours makes them miss those faces dearly, yet when home they only peer at their smart phone screens instead of those lovely faces! Continue reading –>