How to work smarter, not harder

How to work smarter, not harder

Who doesn’t want to work and get efficient results and that too without working really hard? But in our day to day run of cumbersome and never ending schedules we start to forget simple yet effective measures of working smartly, to get more apparent results. Besides our forgetfulness, many of us don’t even know how to cut our efforts and change the way we work into smart working instead of hard working. To prevent you from the latter, following are a few useful and result oriented tips to increase your efficiency. List Down Your Daily Tasks The foremost tip may sound very basic but it actually is the smartest move, you have to adhere to. In this, you must list down and then religiously follow your ‘to do list’ every day. This will help you prioritize your tasks without a stress and you won’t waste your time sitting idle till you remember a forgotten task near a deadline. This will also help you from getting a panic attack and thus you...
6 things to do when fired from a job

6 things to do when fired from a job

The most stressful time of one’s career is when he gets fired from a company; people often go in deep depression or cause a bigger mess when they are leaving. To prevent such a scenario or worse, we have a few tips regarding the things you should do when you get fired from your job; we hope that this will guide you on how to professionally handle this set back of your career. Swallow your pride When you get fired or hear the news, your first instinct is to respond back and clear to everyone who would listen that you were fair and it is not your fault. But you must not do that because once the administration has taken a decision, you can’t alter it, anyway. So the best way to leave is to swallow your pride and go silently. In fact, the more silent you are the more positivism you will exhibit. You need to let them think they are on top and should fight the urge to be bitter to everyone. The more retaliation you will show, the more worse...
The shocking cost of making a wrong career choice

The shocking cost of making a wrong career choice

Choosing a career that aligns perfectly with your skills, values and interests isn’t always easy. In fact, a staggering 9 out of 10 people aged between 21 and 65 say they regret rushing their career choices, with many picking a university course at random because they simply don’t know what they want to do and feel pushed to make a decision because they are ‘running out of time’. Others are persuaded by parents to follow in their footsteps, often in a career that they do not find remotely interesting. Over half of the 3,000 students that responded to a GTI Media survey said their parents tried to exert influence over their choice of career or course, with 69% saying their parents tried to influence their choice of university. It, therefore, comes as no surprise that 20% of students currently enrolled at university say they would have chosen a different course if given the chance, with 18% saying they regret their choice of degree. The...

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