“According to most studies, people’s number one fear is public speaking. Number two is death. Death is number two. Does that sound right? This means to the average person, if you go to a funeral, you’re better off in the casket than doing the eulogy.” – Jerry Seinfeld The palpitation, the sweat, the lightheadedness, the … Continue reading Think Big. Speak Bold!
Alright, this is it, I am now here in front of you, writing about my first upcoming public workshop - Present to Impact~Intensive! It's a 2 day course, I have capsuled with most easy, effective and efficient method that will help you ease your breath in your presentation. Before even I begin going deep into … Continue reading Was that ok?
There are more than 3 reasons I wanted to write this post. First and the Foremost reason, an Image in the TOI newspaper the result, my writing! Reason No: 1 Can you ever imagine someone telling you, how confident are you by looking at your length of your heels, or how Less Confident you are … Continue reading Heels and Personalities!
Dec 21 2015 I shall officially bid farewell to my 20's, before I do that, I have 100 days to fulfill my Vision of 20's. When I was in my 2nd year Business Management there was a class were I was asked to draw my Entrepreneurial dream, and I still remember what I drew, A … Continue reading 100 days before I turn 30!
The Google brand is one of the most valuable brands in the world. In 2014, Interbrand placed a valuation of the brand at $107.43 billion, only trailing the Apple brand in value. A reasonable person might ask, if the Google brand is so well-known, why muddy the waters by introducing a new parent brand, Alphabet? … Continue reading The Branding Logic Behind Google’s Creation of Alphabet Kevin Lane Keller August 14, 2015 – Harvard Business Review!
It’s amazing the opportunities we miss because we doubt our own powers of persuasion. Our bosses make shortsighted decisions, but we don’t suggest an alternative, figuring they wouldn’t listen anyway. Or we have an idea that would require a group effort, but we don’t try to sell our peers on it, figuring it would be … Continue reading You’re Already More Persuasive than You Think – By Vanessa K. Bohns – Harvard Business Review.
October 15th 1931 - July 27th 2015 I know its not easy for me to write this post, I know its not an easy task for me to bid farewell to you, I know I can see my tears becoming unstoppable for you, I know for sure I haven't cried for any President who are … Continue reading An Eternal Eulogy ~ Dr. Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam…!
Last Week of the month all busy in Targets Meetings.. Goals Setting.. Review Meetings.. Team Discussions.. Someone scolding someone.. someone appreciating someone.. Someone Envying someone, someone Inspired by someone, someone getting their first appointment letter.. Someone putting down their paper..."Winners being celebrated; failures being declared" Monday start of a week towards the ending of the … Continue reading It was either Friend or a best friend never it was anything else.
I write from the belief, by now you should have watched this Epic movie or at least for sure you must have heard of it, When I went to the theaters to watch this movie, should agree I was in awe of it, spectacular, mind-blowing, beautiful, super interesting and thought - Provoking. I watched the … Continue reading Bahubali with some of The Best & The Most Beautiful Management Insights
Well, writing a blog after 2 years of a break is not that easy as I thought it would be I guess.. Yes, 2 years is indeed a too long break I agree... I haven't taken time to write anything here.. Write will be a higher degree I shall put myself to the ground and … Continue reading Indeed a too long break it was…