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New Year, New beginnings

December 31, 2013

best is yet“Time flies”..So well said.

Another year has gone by and we are all charged up to welcome The New Year.  Before the year ends, I would like to share a few things this year taught me about life,career,HR and Management in general

  • Always to carry along at work – OPTIMISM and EMPATHY
  • “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy” This applies to work too.
  • When you can’t afford to leave a job , learn to work with it.
  • Silence implies consent. If you dislike something, say it  – Opinion matters
  • If you are leaving something for Tomorrow, do it Tomorrow for sure.
  • Recognizing and appreciating people is easiest way to connect and engage them – both ON and OFF work.
  • Don’t resist Change. Learn to welcome and make best of it.
  • If we aren’t ready for the opportunity, someone else will be.

Going year had its own share of luck, success and happiness for all but remember THE BEST IS YET TO COME.

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