And the Mystery Blogger Award goes to…

It was amazing to know Atul Depak has nominated me for the ‘Mystery Blogger Award’. His gesture to nominate me has encouraged me at the biggest level. WHAT IS MYSTERY BLOGGER AWARD? “Mystery Blogger Award” is an award for amazing bloggers with ingenious posts. Their blog not only captivates; it inspires and motivates. They are … Continue reading And the Mystery Blogger Award goes to…

Leave or reap!

When you are constantly put up with negative and toxic people, they create negative and toxic situations and environment for you to live in. And, whether you like it or not, you will get affected by it and start manifesting those negative and toxic energy around and into others. Best way to protect yourself is … Continue reading Leave or reap!

I got a new job!

  This post is dedicated to the lovely people who were with me in this new journey, new beginning. All the mourning came to an end as my day starts in the new office with a fresh beginning! What a perfect day to celebrate Christmas and New year! This new job became my Christmas and … Continue reading I got a new job!

Plagiarism, then the New Version

Plagiarism - It is the practice of taking someone else's work or ideas and passing them off as one's own. For e.g. like you copy a page from an e-book and project the content as yours (without giving any credit or the actual reference about the author). Genius?! Wait, but what do you call this … Continue reading Plagiarism, then the New Version

BARBARIC and OBSESSED in SABOTAGING SOULS

There comes a time when you join a company in the hope of being recognized for your hard work and appreciate for being the value addition to the team, your dreams are actually shattered and battered into thousands of pieces. And you are left alone to pick those pieces, by the time you do, you … Continue reading BARBARIC and OBSESSED in SABOTAGING SOULS

Attitude in Job Search matters!

He said he needed a JOB. His institute thought of downsizing and his department too had no enrollment this year. He FEARED; he would be asked to leave. He was married since one and half years and has got bills to pay! He asked me to help him out in his job search. I said … Continue reading Attitude in Job Search matters!

Unfinished Interview turned into Job Offer

This story is about my brother who worked in many software companies including Wipro, Accenture and Microsoft. This might sound amazing to you if you are seeking a job right now. Many years ago, when my brother started his quest for hunting a job, he landed himself being interviewed by a hiring manager of a … Continue reading Unfinished Interview turned into Job Offer

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

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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