9 months into this business, here’s a gem of a lesson that I have learnt. It’s good to have vendor’s guilt (you need to be clued in on Amit’s blog for this term, he is going to has shed more light on this – Vendor’s Guilt). It keeps you on the edge, it makes you deliver […]
I read about the recent Julie Horvath issue which is out there on the internet, and thought that I might share some of my experiences on this topic. In case if you are not familiar with the Julie Horvath issue, Google it, or simply head over to TechCrunch who gave Julie’s side of the story. […]
When I was going for my first interview, no one told me this … however as time went by, all of us learnt the hard way. Always sit upright in the chair, slightly lean forward Never cross your arms or legs, that makes your posture defensive Always smile and be forthcoming about your weaknesses Be […]
In the course of our lives, we create a large paper trail which we take with us as a means of identifying who we are, this trail involves Identification proofs such as driver’s license, pan cards, UID (hope that works!), ration cards Bills (telephone, electricity, credit cards) and their respective receipts Mark sheets and […]
A couple of years back I had posted about some of the idiotic things that people write in their CVs. Lessons were not learnt it seems … till date we see thousands of such resumes with grammatical mistakes. If you have a grammar nazi for an HR team (and yes, we do) … then your […]
This is a rhetoric question. In the month of December, it was decided by us that the rate at which we are able to generate leads by SEM are not enough and we need to outsource this function. Obviously, my SEM team was a bit disheartened, however the demands of the business have to be […]
De-mystifying the minds of women and finding out what women want. A survey from LinkedIn shows us the answer!