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Approaching employment

We have moved on from Taylorism but still take refuge under it. When are we going to stop behaving as emoloyees? When are we going to start taking our jobs as being self-employed? 84 more words

On Business

How to make your Accounting Post Grad less of a series of unfortunate events

So at the beginning of the year I wrote Hacks for Accounting Post Grad knowing that a lot of you needed tips and were formulating a strategy. 505 more words

Virat kohli: His Work Ethics, adaptability and hunger to score big makes him no less than a class act...

World cricket is now buzzing with the praise for Virat Kohli and with every single game he is moving ahead with very brisk speed and records are tumbling by passing with every single day. 609 more words

A Sunday Chat with Myself — 11 February, 2018

“No idleness, no laziness, no procrastination; never put off until tomorrow what you can do today” — Lord Chesterfield

Life can have its boring moments if I don’t keep busy, but, to me, that raises  a question: is the idea of boredom a penalty for idleness, controlled by societal forces that have instilled in me the idea that I must always be busy?

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I have finally moved. I did not think it will take me this long to settle in, considering that I organized everything to the last detail so that I will just keep on moving. 796 more words

Life Issues