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Journalism VS Medicine

Here I am again, writing about future career options for myself and perhaps even you. I mentioned not long ago, I am torn between two dreams; 920 more words


Job. Pressure. 

*Question: How to Solve Job Pressure Problem?*

— dated 1st July 2013

Guru Maharaja,

All glories to Srila Prabhupada.

Please accept my sincere obeisances.

I have recently shifted from India to a new country for an international assignment. 223 more words

Do your Due Diligence

Many people I meet fall into the trap of getting really excited about a job offer, skipping the due diligence part, and jumping ship only to realize their boss is a mysognist and that “marketing position” is actually a sales job. 1,009 more words


In the pause: Starting a new chapter today

“You can fail at what you don’t want so you might as well take a chance on doing what you love.” ~Jim Carrey

Today I’m beginning a new full-time job. 141 more words



“This is not me!”
“I can’t do this anymore!”

Are these lines sound familiar to you?
Well, if that’s the case, you should probably consider checking out this list to help you decide if you should stay or leave your company, like how your ex left you – kidding!

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5 Shocking Lessons You'll Learn During Your First 2 Years of Work

(Source: blog.moneysmart.sg)

It’s been almost 3 years since I graduated as a marketing major. Not counting my internships and the miscellaneous job hopping, I’ve been working for almost 2 years now. 993 more words

Money Matters

What Does God Think of Me?: A Question of the Ages

Having a good reputation is important to many. Some live their lives trying to impress others that their perception of them may be favorable. Even if we do not admit it openly, many of our activities and conversations are motivated by the desire to be accepted and well thought of. 424 more words

Daily Living