Today, we want to focus on what you can do to ensure that you build a dependable reputation, especially as far as keeping deadlines is concerned. Tough! We start from the fact that everyone struggles with deadlines, from a hypothesis that no one finds it easy to fulfil all deadlines, from the principle that meeting…

You might have read or heard of the quotation from a popular novel that was used on MSCE syllabus, The Scarlet Song: “An unexamined life is not worth living.” In career too, one needs lots of self-examination. Throughout the year, we need to continuously think about our current job, the ultimate goal in our career…

Many people want to achieve a lot but very few are prepared to travel on the long journey to success. Some start the journey but it just takes a single steep hill, deep waters or rocky grounds for them to give up the journey that can potentially lead to a spot where they can possibly…

Today, we will discuss the unique techniques that you can use to break through any interview for a job or other similar opportunity. We will base our discussion on the training (public speaking, communication and interview skills) that I delivered last month to a group of 50 or so young graduates who were honing their…

Ours is a society that still has a hangover of working by guesswork and treating suggestions and assumptions as facts. A lot of information that we come across is neither empirical nor fact-based. And yet, we often make decisions based on such information. If we are to rise and shine, we need to change our…

Last week, we listed five of the attributes that you can develop if you are to become high potential person – the need to have hunger for success, hatred of failure, need for becoming hard-working, being prompt and innovative. Today we continue with another set of five attributes, making a total of ten best practices…

One of the things that all bosses singularly and collectively hate is to be surprised by their juniors. In fact, some bosses even go to the extent of getting rid of or running away from staff that repeatedly pull surprises for them. Of course, surprises can be either positive or negative. In this case, we…

Some people seem to be more in control of their emotions while others are clearly consumed and greatly influenced by their emotions. Those who seem to be in control of their emotions are generally calm and patient in extreme circumstances,be it very positive or very negative emotions. Those who are not in control of their…

Have you also come across people who have very solid and admirable analytical skills, cognitive abilities and even academic prowess but they simply cannot make appropriate choices and good decisions in real life? What is missing for such incredibly able people to excel? Today, we want to explore solving this puzzle. Imagine a young man…

In the past, it appeared noble, humble and professional not to fight back when attacked. Today, for achievers, it sometimes makes sense to fight back. One of the fights that noble men avoided in the past was when a lie was told against them or there was misinformation about their character, behaviour or actions. What…

Many projects fail because of the lack of a coherent and effective team. Even in operations, many companies and organisations fail to achieve their objectives because they do not have good and effective teams to carry out the operational activities. Today, we will discuss one of the models that you can use to effectively manage…

Let us face it, jobs are rare to find. Those who have good jobs usually work hard to keep them. Of course, there are still people who have good jobs, but they do not do enough to keep their jobs. For those currently hunting for jobs, this article will make it a bit easier for…

Many people acquire competences, practice for some time and then consider themselves great experts. But real big experts achieve expertise in part by imparting knowledge to others. Teaching is a great way to developing your own expertise. When you master an area of competence, it helps to deepen your mastery if you go on to…