Do you want career advice? I am sure everyone might have confused you saying different career options. But some professions are just not for your personality trait. In this infographic, you can find which profession suits for your personality trait. Read more
In this post I am sharing with you different ways to claim the title “The Great Indian Chamcha”. And the good news is that everyone is given opportunities for that throughout their lives. Statutory WARNING: Before you proceed and read the entire post, please make sure that you are sane enough to digest humor and accept some bitter truths. If you are ‘If I don’t like what you say, you must rot in hell’ type, get the hell out of my blog right now! For the rest of the world, welcome.
Unemployment is a severe point of concern in India and many other countries. What about those who are employed? Are they very happy and satisfied? Answer is no. Professional frustration and corporate exhaustion are very common now a days. From underpaid call center employees to high-paid executives, in most cases, you won’t see smile in their faces, most are running out of time for passion and family. Heart attack toll is rising. Relationships are shattering. Kids are growing up alone. If this continues, our future will be quite scary. So what is the remedy?
Don’t you think that you career choice affects every aspects of your life? Watch this video to see the 5 tips that can help you choose your right career.
Few days back a very good friend and brother of mine Souvick shared his blog post Desired.Waited.Acieved with me. You know how much I love dreamers, and this guy had a dream to get into IBM. Even after facing many challenges, he kept moving and finally made his dream a reality. He shared this experience in his blog post. I was so happy. I left a comment at his post, congratulating him and wishing for his best future, and I was about to leave. Just at that moment, Souvick messaged me on Facebook “your comment is very valuable there, for the fellow aspirants as well“. Honestly, first I thought can my comments be really valuable to IBM aspirants (or any Job aspirants)? As I never ever had any kind of experiences related to job – never wrote CV, never applied/appeared for/cleared any interview/GD etc. Been an Entrepreneur all my life. But then I thought, that I can definitely give some career advice, even if it’s not specific get-good-job tips. I went back to his post and edited my comment. I want to share the same with you. Please keep reading.