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Strengths Finder 2.0 by Tom Rath (Book Review)

January 27, 2017 Vijay Sankar 0

A lot of discussions and research is available on how to find one’s strengths and weaknesses. Most of the authors focusses on improving your weaknesses. From schools to interviews, strengths and weaknesses are a topic. Another school of thought vouch for working on your strengths rather than weaknesses. In this blog post, we review such a book – Strengths Finder 2.0 by Tom Rath. About Tom Rath Tom is a consultant in the domain of employee engagement and leadership. I think most of his acclaimed work were done while he was associated with Gallup. Interestingly, most of this thoughts and […..]

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Pomodoro Technique for Effective Time Management

January 12, 2017 Vijay Sankar 0

I am sure all of us will be interested in getting some extra time each day. Today’s new learning was about one such technique. Pomodoro technique is a time management cum concentration improvement technique. As you will learn, it’s a simple and easy technique with no sophistication associated with it. The Technique Pomodoro technique was developed by a software engineer named Francesco Cirillo. Essentially the technique is to do one thing at a time timed for 25 minutes and keeping away any distractions whatsoever. You pick up a task in hand, start a timer for 25 minutes and start doing […..]

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Death bed Scene (Writing your own obituary)

January 10, 2017 Vijay Sankar 0

Picturing yourself in your deathbed is a typical suggestion many self-help books put forth. Essentially, the authors ask you to picture yourself that you are nearing your last few minutes of life and ask to imagine what others would like to remember you for. An alternate suggestion is around obituary remarks. Life coaches ask you to think about what you want others to think about you or remember about you when you are no more there. Such an exercise is overused to an extend that it has become a cliché. Based on some reading, this is how to go about […..]