Adieu – Free Verse by Jay – Dhananjay Parkhe


In a Mentor's life, Mentees come for:1. A Reason2. A Season, 3. Or for life and accept him/ her as Life Coach.After a longish Five and half month I bid adieu to a worthy mentoree finally today. AdieuFree verse by Jay (On Cloud Nine:Meaning: Having strong feelings of happiness or satisfaction. )Congratulations, however hard you … Continue reading Adieu – Free Verse by Jay – Dhananjay Parkhe

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TDid you know...... that today is Harry Potter's Birthday? The boy wizard Harry James Potter was born on July 31, 1980, to James and Lily Potter (the same birthday as the author, J.K. Rowling, born in 1965). Trivia fans: The HP books have been translated into over 62 languages!~~~Today's Inspirational Quote:"May all the negative energy … Continue reading Did you know…

RANDOM ACTS OF KINDNESS. Keep at it!


Help someone carry their pushchair up/down the stairsVolunteer your time for a good causeMake a hot beverage for a friend/familyWe all need help sometimes; offer someone a helping handSurprise your parents with flowersOooh wait! There’s somebody behind you; hold the door open!Someone looking lost? Help them with directionsBake something for your family/friendsRead a good book … Continue reading RANDOM ACTS OF KINDNESS. Keep at it!

Creativity: Random phrases generated for the day.


Down For The Count Meaning: Someone or something that looks to be defeated, or nearly so. - No I would like to see WIN WIN for all I deal with. Back To the Drawing Board Meaning: Starting over again on a new design from a previously failed attempt. Yes. I did not get to my … Continue reading Creativity: Random phrases generated for the day.

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July 26, 2018 Looking at the Aging Workforce through a New Lens When hiring managers mobilize older workers, it’s a win-win. Sharon Emek | WAHVE Many businesses are facing a critical shortage of experienced professionals, with industries such as accounting citing lack of skilled personnel as the No. 1 challenge for three quarters in a row. … Continue reading From Longitude a newsletter I subscribe