These past 18 months have shown several ways in how work can be done and results can be achieved. But you know what? It has also shown what personal time means. The urge to work from home and flexible working hours has always been there in the mind. Oh, how I wish that would happen. … Continue reading Covid Days at home – The Dahi Vada Effect
Most of you will agree that a sense of purpose, belonging, respect and job satisfaction are extremely vital parameters in continuing our journey at our current work place. However, it’s quite impossible for our workplaces to consistently uphold these values and that can be reason enough to make us walk out the door. If you are reading and nodding in agreement, some of these questions can help guide the next step that you take before you submit that resignation.
Earning the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification is tough. There is a difficult exam to take and you need a disciplined approach to your preparation in order to pass it. But even if you are working full-time, it can definitely be done! I was able to accomplish this even though I had extra responsibilities in … Continue reading How I passed my PMP in 60 days
If you are a part of a small business, self-employed, or work remotely you might not have an IT department to support you if something goes wrong with your computer and going to a third party for computer repair can be time-consuming and expensive. Fortunately, there are a couple things you can do as a user to be better prepared in the event of computer problems.
We have all heard it before - failures are the stepping stones to success. Then why are failures so hard to deal with? Perhaps it's because a lot of emphasis is laid on success and minimal emphasis is laid on learning from failures.