“Don’t say you don’t have enough time. You have exactly the same number of hours per day that were given to Helen Keller, Pasteur, Michelangelo, Mother Teresa, Leonardo Da Vinci, Thomas Jefferson, and Albert Einstein.”– H. Jackson Brown, Jr.
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Teaching positive attitude for quality life and personality development
Learning is the endless quest of life. This learning becomes fruitful when it is built on the premises of positive attitude. The affirmative approach towards life makes all impedances just vanish away in a fraction of seconds. Teaching is one vital part of making somebody learn. A proper human being is created only when his or her premise in childhood is built on the foundation of a positive attitude towards himself and most importantly his life. Continue reading “Strategies for Teaching Positive Attitude”
Innovation has always been an essential for great inventions, creative thinking and impacting the world. But there are many of us lost in the riddle of how we should innovate. There are many videos you will find on the internet that may guide you into steps for innovation but here’s a video by leadership trainer Dr Vivek Bindra that we think sums up some unique points that may help you.
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Six Sigma training can benefit the career of a student and working professional and help them in meeting long term goals. A thorough understanding of this highly strategic tool of Total quality Management has wide applications in production and operational industries. This certification also helps to see new career possibilities where the salary potentials are high.
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“How was Egypt?”
A question I frequently encountered once I returned from the internship with AIESEC. Although various thoughts rushed into my mind, all I managed to utter was: “Amazing!”
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