An Indian left his job and joined salesman's job in a big department stores in Canada. Boss :- Do you have any experience? Indian : Yes a little too much… On the first day, that Indian worked with full mind. At 6 pm the Boss :- How many sales did you sell on the first … Continue reading Indian salesman – a WhatsApp friendly forward received
Someone summarised PM's speech for me as I found the PM address full of Hindi, Sanskrit, english jargons which a layman, a man on the street, a common man can never understand. Or perhaps Narendra Modi did not wish them to address. Such a disjointed/ In-silo effort at speech making - even when BJP has … Continue reading $265Billion Dollar Economic Package instalment 10% of Indian GDP announced.
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Worth Thinking About "It took me years and years to realize a very simple thing, which is that when you write fiction you’re raising questions, and a lot of people think you’re playing a little game with them and that actually you know the answers to the questions. They read your question. They don’t know … Continue reading Daily DHANPARK by DhAnAnjAyA jAy PArkhe
Heyo, Nik here with our first batch of summaries for 2020! In order to not overwhelm you, we've decided to continue highlighting our 3 best summaries each week. We'll add the titles, authors, and 1-sentence-summaries for the remaining titles below. We hope this'll help you pick and click and not get lost in a sea … Continue reading Nik’s Book of summaries Newsletter I recommend.
The world constantly wants you to behave or think in a certain way. Ralph Waldo Emerson said it best: “To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment.” To me, Learning is Forever, Precious like Diamonds. It never ends, its value never diminishes. After my … Continue reading Mastery in Servitude – for Humanity – 2020.
This is a special annual edition of the Brain Pickings newsletter by Maria Popova. The regular Sunday edition will be with you predictably and reliably this weekend. If you missed the two annual specials of the year's loveliest children's books and overall favorite books, they are here and here. And if you find any value and joy in my labor … Continue reading Best Newsletter of 2019 – Brainpickings.org
Take someone to lunch. Leave a nice note on someone's desk. Buy the next round of drinks at happy hour. Support someone's charity or campaign. Pay for someone else's coffee. Compliment someone. Make someone a playlist. Bake something and share with a group. Participate in a fundraiser. Write a thank you letter to someone who has helped you out. Be a mentor for … Continue reading Kindness to friends/ Family – One day at a time. 🙂
welcome to this week's edition of the brainpickings.org newsletter by Maria Popova. If you missed last week's edition — Dostoyevsky, just after his death sentence was repealed, on the meaning of life; Sarah Kay reads Walt Whitman; David Abram on the language of nature — you can catch up right here; if you missed the two annual specials … Continue reading My fav Newsletter of 2019
Did you know... ... that today is Texas Admission Day? Texas became the 28th state of the United States in 1845. Trivia fans: The official state flag of Texas, called the Lone Star Flag, was adopted when Texas was admitted. The colors represent bravery (red), purity (white), and loyalty (blue). The large white star was … Continue reading Did you know…
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A friend forwarded this on WhatsApp. I was never a fan of Mark Tully when he was on BBC. I CAN not confirm or deny whether this article was actually written by him or the content was ascribed to him deliberately. But, I agree with some of the points here and hence reproducing it. Quote, … Continue reading WhatsApp Forward – Modi Destroying….
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Remember that friend you haven’t seen for ages? Give them a call We walk past homeless people every day; can you spare them 5 minutes of your time? We rarely listen to others - ask someone about their day Offer to help your neighbours/friends with chores Old laptop or mobile lying around? Donate it
via How an English Energy Crisis Helped Create Champagne - Gastro Obscura How an English Energy Crisis Helped Create Champagne Desperate English bottle-makers turning to a new fuel resulted in a sparkling innovation. BY JAI UBHIDECEMBER 27, 2019 This Champagne inspector wears a mask to protect her face from shattering bottles. BETTMANN/GETTY IMAGES In This Story … Continue reading How an English Energy Crisis Helped Create Champagne – Gastro Obscura
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What binds two people yet touches only one? The answer is: A wedding ring. I last forever and you might have too much or too little of me, either way you will run out of me eventually. What am I? The answer is: … Continue reading Riddles of the day
via The Art and Science of Falling in Love With Joshua Trees - Atlas Obscura The Art and Science of Falling in Love With Joshua Trees “HeyJTree” is built like a dating site, but it matches readers with the charismatic, threatened plants. BY JESSICA LEIGH HESTERDECEMBER 26, 2019 It's hard to picture Joshua Tree without … Continue reading The Art and Science of Falling in Love With Joshua Trees – Atlas Obscura
The Uninhabitable Earth by David Wallace-Wells 1-Sentence-Summary: The Uninhabitable Earth explains how humanity’s complacency and negligence have put this world on a course to soon be unlivable unless we each do our small part to improve how we care for this beautiful planet we live on. Even enacting all the policy changes agreed to in Paris, … Continue reading Via Nik’s Four Minute Book Summaries Newsletter, I subscribe
Open the door for someone Bake something for your family/friends Read a good book recently? Pass it on to someone else Share today’s food with your neighbour! Purchase ethical goods
Make a hot beverage for a friend/family Help someone carry their pushchair up/down the stairs Lend a friend a book you think they’d like Purchase ethical goods Help someone improve, give them constructive feedback
Word of the month FIRST MILE DELIVERY Movement of products from a production facility to a warehouse or courier managing delivery to the end user
The Way You Love (The Stuttering, Stammering And Halting Girl Song) By jay A Rhyming Song You find so many people are far too hasty But you are simply tasty I like the way you Love. I like the way you Smile. I like the way you Eternity. You find so many people are far … Continue reading The Way You Love (The Stuttering, Stammering And Halting Girl Song)
Google 'survey for charity' and complete one. They receive money for every one you fill out! Make amends with someone you may have wronged Surroundings looking messy? Tidy up the area around you Let someone know how much you appreciate them Wardrobe overflowing? Donate clothes to a charity
Sadness is but a wall between two gardens You once promised for eternity shed not a tear for it is written, an instant, in a flash for soulless you Me? A tormented heart
We lived in Bhopal the State Capital of a Newly carved state in 1958. My father was a Government servant and mother a housewife. She has passed Intermediate and was trained Montessori Teacher but had never practised. She and her friend Tai Nafde found a need in the new township of T.T. Nagar for a … Continue reading Startpreneur©
Jay (Dhananjay Parkhe) has a simple mission. He wants to help successful executives and Startups achieve positive, sustainable change and behavior; for them, their people, and their teams. He helps you make life a little better, still better. With over 44 years of experience helping C-Level and below Executives and Beginner Entrepreneurs overcome limiting thoughts and … Continue reading My Mission©
NEWSLETTER ON LINKEDIN Future Of Work By Bernard Marr Top 6 Most Amazing Ways 3D Printing Is Now Used In Practice Even though3D printing got its start in the 1980s when Chuck Hull designed and printed a small cup, it’s been in the last few years that the printers became cheaper to produce and therefore used … Continue reading 3 D Printing – via Linkedin Newsletter
First let's read the below quote I like. "Take someone who doesn't keep score, who's not looking to be richer, or afraid of losing, who has not the slightest interest even in his own personality: he's free." -- Rumi Jalalu'l-Din When I do Free Mentoring/ Pro-Bono Mentoring - This is what I mean, this is … Continue reading Inspire©
Dear Reader, Ø Are you at a point where you think you really need a mentor. o You have a great staff, accountant, lawyer, and banker, but none of them has any experience as an entrepreneur. o Though they help to balance your ambition and keep you grounded in reality, you need something more. For … Continue reading C-SuiteMentor©
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When there is ____, people post more negatively on Facebook. A. not any important news stories happening B. an election happening C. rain D. a higher pollen count in the air This may or may not be one of the big reasons we recently moved from Portland, Oregon to Austin, Texas. The answer is C: … Continue reading Riddle of the day
Did you know... ... that today is Giant Panda Day? In 1936, Su-Lin, the first giant panda to come to the United States from China, arrived in San Francisco. The bear was sold to the Brookfield Zoo near Chicago for $8,750. ~~~ Today's Inspirational Quote: "Imagine you are walking in the woods and you see … Continue reading Did you know…
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____ is much more likely to encourage a customer to make a purchase. A. A smile B. A power pose C. Mutual contact D. A small gift The answer is D., a small gift, another thing that really works in sales. This research found that if a sales agent brings their customer a small gift, the customer … Continue reading Riddle of the Day
This is a special annual edition of the Brain Pickings newsletter by Maria Popova. The regular Sunday edition will be with you predictably and reliably this weekend. NOTE: This is a long edition and your email program might have truncated it by default – if it appears so, click here to read it unsavaged. And if you are enjoying this labor of … Continue reading My fav Newsletter
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Did you know... ... that today is Poinsettia Day? This day celebrates the anniversary of the death of Joel Roberts Poinsett, the man who introduced this Christmas plant to the United States. He died on December 12, 1851. Poinsett was the first Ambassador to Mexico who brought the plant back to his plantation in the … Continue reading Did you know…
Did you know... ... that today is Self-Starter Day? For you self-starters out there, the automatic self-starter for an automobile was patented by Clyde J. Coleman of New York City on this day in 1903. So, the next time you turn the key in your car, take a moment to say... thanks, Clyde! 😉 ~~~ … Continue reading Did you know…