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Virtual reality is really real

By Neel Anil Panicker

Everybody loves a challenge, don’t we?

And what better if that challenge comes from the dark unknown. 386 more words

5 tips to stay productive while working from home

I’ve worked remotely for Salesforce for two years — and most of that time, I’ve worked from home, not a coffeeshop or coworking space.

Certain jobs will never be suited for remote work. 1,133 more words


Teachers' Day Fortnight Countdown Lessons. Day 12: Responsibility is more than a noun, depending on you

Continuing with the Teachers’ Day posts, here’s the third one in the series.

Responsibility is a duty if you do it properly, otherwise it’s just another noun. 185 more words

Lessons For Life

What life lessons have I learned from the Olympics?

Every 4 years, the world turns its attention to the Olympics, a celebration of human ‘s ultimate athleticism. The Olympians, the start of the Olympics, are faster, higher and stronger than mere mortals. 594 more words

Silent Teachers

Outside a hospital:

This security guard’s duty is to instruct people to remove their shoes.

Why he was arranging shoes in the rack?

“Sir, this seat is my office and I want to sit in neat office.” 49 more words

Don’t Bite an Apple at Work

Everybody knows and follows general work ethics such as being present at work, doing tasks assigned to you, attending meetings, etc. Apart from these typical office routines, there are some behaviors that are not discussed but should be avoided if you don’t want to distract colleagues. 638 more words

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Celebrating small success

The one well viewed LinkedIn post of 17 July 2015 might lead to reading the book titled “Amanah in the workplace” because the Kindle edition is only priced USD1.20. 6 more words

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