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Wednesday, October 5, 2011


Don’t talk negatively about
people behind their backs. If you gossip, people won’t confide in you. Mind
your own business. 

2. Try to work for someone who’ll challenge your powers. You’ll
learn more in a year than 4 years of college.

3. Successful bosses have good communication skills. They learn
from people, including their employees.

4. Work in such a way that makes your boss
look good. It’s not flattery.

5. On downsizing, the first to go are those
with few friends. Bosses prefer competent people whom they respect.

6. Dress for the job you want, not the one
you have. Let your dress reflect professionalism.

7. Workout to get in good physical shape.
Unless exceptionally skilled, the unhealthy are at a comparative disadvantage.

8. Personal integrity is crucial. Tell
nothing but the truth. Bosses can forgive mistakes but if you lie, you’re gone.

9. Be on time. Try to arrive few minutes
early. It saves you from stress. You’ll be much relaxed & work better.

10. Strive your best to keep a deadline. If
you cannot meet it, then apologize & ask for an extension

11. Don’t take things personally. If some
people are unhappy with you, it’s their problem. But always strive to give your

12. If you must correct someone, don’t get
personal about it. Do it never in front of others.

13. Spend some time alone every day. What’s
the mission of my life? What do I want to be? And how to go about it.

14. As you move along Plan A of your career,
maintain a Plan B as well — an alternative course to rely

15. Always remember that the secret of
success is passion. Always think big. Spread love & joy. You’ll have
blissful years ahead.


ONE’s new
film The F Word:
Famine is the Real Obscenity
 isn’t a typical emotional
emergency appeal. It’s about focusing the media spotlight on the tragedy
unfolding. It’s about building political support in the US and around the world
for interventions that will stop the suffering today and break the cycle of famine
in the future. Most of all, it’s about taking action — because famine is

Of course it’s complex, and
solutions are difficult — especially in Somalia where there has not been a
formal government for 20 years. But that is not an excuse for the world to look
the other way. Most of us (thankfully) have no experience of starvation, but we
do know what it’s like to lose someone you love. Each of those 30,000 children
was someone’s daughter or son, someone’s sister or brother. If you look at reports
from the Horn, there are stories of mothers having to decide which child to
feed and which to let die; women leaving their children’s bodies on the side of
the road as they walk for weeks in search of food and water for those still
fighting for life.

History shows there are ways to
prevent drought from becoming famine, even though it’s complicated. So check
out the film and sign ONE’s petition to world
leaders calling on them to live up to promises already made to invest in things
proven to work… early warning systems… irrigation… drought resistant seeds… and
of course, peace and security. At
there’s more explanation and information. And while ONE doesn’t solicit funding, if you want to give money, you can
find links to other
organizations providing emergency assistance
 in the Horn who
need all the support they can get.


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