Posts Tagged: Soft skill trainer

Corporate Training Human Resource
SALARY: PER HOUR MAKES AN EMPLOYEE HAPPIER.
March 2, 2010
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It’s often said that money doesn’t bring happiness. But the truth could be more complicated, according to researchers at University of Toronto and Stanford University who have discovered that people paid by the hour are far more likely to be happy than those earning a monthly salary. It seems that the reason being paid by […]
Life
LIFE IS WHAT WE GIVE TO THE WORLD
September 28, 2009
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Sandeep Bachhe is an autorickshaw driver in Mumbai. More of him later, but first let me take you through his wonderful autorickshaw. It has a television set tuned to good old Doordarshan which incidentally is celebrating 50 years of transmission in India. Then there is also a board with the day’s price of gold, silver, […]
Leadership Life
WHY PASSION MATTERS????
August 17, 2009
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“I’ve changed my mind,” said my 13 year old daughter, Francie. “I don’t want to be a lawyer anymore. I want to be in the FBI.” I tried to imagine my daughter’s bespectacled face staring back at me from the climbing wall at Quantico, but the image didn’t come easily. Still, I replied, “How cool […]
Leadership Life Management
CONSTANT MOVING……WHY????
June 2, 2009
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In Buddhism, you will find a “Time Wheel.” Every disciple keeps “Time Wheel” in their hands. It gives the message of constant moving. Time is continuously moving, same way intelligent man also never stops and accomplishes mission.  Every accomplishment is considered as stepping stone for the new achievements. You have to be prepared for another […]
Life
Difference between wise and fool
May 19, 2009
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One of my favourite ideas is backed up by William Bolitho. He said, “The most important thing in life is not to capitalise on your gains. Any fool can do it. The really important thing is to profit from our losses. This requires intelligence and makes the difference between a man of sense and a […]