Tamed Shards of the Shore!

Ah! It was some days now that I was breaking my head to write till I stumbled upon some article. We are very well aware that we cannot escape from paying the penalties of messing up with the system of the Universe. It was indeed amazing and reassuring to know when a man-made creation is … Continue reading Tamed Shards of the Shore!

10 things your employer is looking in you but will not tell you

While the employer or the hiring manager checks how well your skills and experience matches with the job profile for the vacancy he wishes to fill in, he has not done with you yet even after getting satisfied answers against the technical questions you were asked. At this time, he is interested and is thinking … Continue reading 10 things your employer is looking in you but will not tell you

Reasons why Engineering Institutes are declining – Bad news for India

The last three year statistics of the engineering education sector As per the report from All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), in the year 2016-17, 51 percent of 15.5 lakh UG seats in India's 3291 engineering colleges were vacant. In 2017, among 8 lakh undergraduate engineering students graduated, only 40 percent got jobs via … Continue reading Reasons why Engineering Institutes are declining – Bad news for India

Suck a little humor for suck a wonderful weekend – one suck office joke!

I narrated one hilarious incident to my friend. This happened in my office over chain of emails that was circulated among us. So the thing is, we have a culture to reply to the email sent by any team member who is sharing about the eventful or successful outcome of some project he or she … Continue reading Suck a little humor for suck a wonderful weekend – one suck office joke!

Chris Gardner’s Story Will Tell You to Never Give Up!

Chris Gardner is an American businessman, stockbroker, investor, MOTIVATIONAL speaker and Philanthropist. But, he was not born with a silver spoon in his mouth and did not have an easy life to become what he is now. The movie “The Pursuit of Happyness” depicts about Chris Gardner's struggles in life from being a homeless salesman, … Continue reading Chris Gardner’s Story Will Tell You to Never Give Up!

A letter dedicated to bloggers

  Dear Bloggers, Hi, I am new to blogging. And, I find today to be perfect day as I celebrate my birthday by dedicating this post especially for the bloggers. Ever since, I wanted to write, there was never a day gone when I did not say to myself “I really want to capture this … Continue reading A letter dedicated to bloggers

7 Simple and Easy Steps for an Effective Project Management

You have lost half the battle already if you have not put the PLAN in black and white! That is the power and importance of PLANNING. It is called a PROJECT if you have a need to work on a GOAL, COMPLETING TASKS around it and ACHIEVING in the end, all in a TIME BOUND … Continue reading 7 Simple and Easy Steps for an Effective Project Management

“Letting a friend go! It is the most hardest thing to do!”

My friend who would not stay silent stopped talking. No warning! No hint!. This post is dedicated to a stranger who won me as a dearest friend. I met this friend in LinkedIn about a month ago. He sends me a connection request asking whether we speak the same mother-tongue and that’s how we connected with … Continue reading “Letting a friend go! It is the most hardest thing to do!”

This is what you should focus when you find yourself messed in life!

I am so messed up... You have been telling this to yourself many a times. Why me? Why not her or him? That person deserves this more than me. Life really does not give a S*** whether you are good or bad person, it does not even care you did many good(s) than the bad(s). … Continue reading This is what you should focus when you find yourself messed in life!

How your friends can change you even if you wanted to be alone?

In 2016, I shut myself out completely away from all friends, relatives and even colleagues. Since then, kept everything to myself. It was annoying and sad. Despite the above choice I made, I was lucky to have good F.R.I.E.N.D.S. They reached out to me, heard me, the more I spoke my heart out with them, … Continue reading How your friends can change you even if you wanted to be alone?

“Only 3 attitudes to have on social media in maintaining healthy community”

 You wronged me! I see lately people on social media platforms completely devaluing other's idea if it is different. For example, from the picture, you say this is an old woman to which the other says, “No, you mean this woman with the scarf, she must be very young”. No one is completely right or wrong … Continue reading “Only 3 attitudes to have on social media in maintaining healthy community”

“Unpack Your Dream Job by Pursuing Professional Packaging Course”

...Packaging? You mean like Packers and Movers….someone asked me when I mentioned what I was doing in Pharmaceutical Company. Packers and Movers?! No! I said. They use packaging materials as an aid to keep the products intact and safe till it has reached the destination. Really? Yes! Welcome to the world of Packaging! Packaging is … Continue reading “Unpack Your Dream Job by Pursuing Professional Packaging Course”

I Applied to 200 Jobs and All I Got Was This Moderate-Severe Depression

Incredible post from a friend!

Bertha Mason's Attic

“And when everything else is gone, you can be rich in loss.”

– Rebecca Solnit, A Field Guide to Getting Lost

About Me, Your Friendly Neighborhood Millennial:

I was your garden-variety smart kid, shuffled through GATE programs of every type from kindergarten onward. In sixth grade, I left the classroom in the afternoons to study Latin roots with our school’s principal for the spelling bee circuit. As you can probably imagine, I was bullied a lot (Apparently, no one likes a first-grader who says “in addition to” instead of “and.”). I went to a competitive high school near Silicon Valley, where– with my AP courses– I had a 4.0 cumulative GPA, but was not in the top 10% of my class.

After getting summarily rejected from the Ivies, I went to a small university in Oregon, where I worked harder than I thought possible to graduate a year early with…

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