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Shashi Kumar U  |  Argues in support of  "Yes"  |  2 years ago
They live in world of make believe and when the reality strikes life turns upside down
abhishek paul  |  Argues in support of  |  2 years ago
modeling world is dark and lonely this is true to some extent as to be in glamour most models compromise their life to climb the roof of the fashion world. so shortcut gives the focus of what you want to be but indeed it takes other traits of your...
Sulagna Brahma  |  Argues in support of  "Yes"  |  2 years ago
Yes, models relatively lead a lonely life. As they start ageing, they get fragile and that is how it is. Sex and rock n rolla are a part of their lives. The post IPL parties were horrifying considering most of them did coke there! As far as...
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It is essential to retain employee to run business smottthly  
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 New hires come with new ideas
abhishek paul  |  Argues in support of  "It is essential to retain employee to run business smottthly "  |  2 years ago
yes, i agree to this statement because to hire new employees is to invest time to make them understand the things going in a company in form of trainee. so after understanding the process of company the new hires come with new ideas to match with...
domenico fama  |  Argues in support of  "New hires come with new ideas "  |  2 years ago
thanks Alex to have invited me, any case I feel to be obliged to support an opposite opinion due to actual unbalance here (:-). As in everything, there is a right measure also between retain and hire: you cant have a sustainable organization (for...
ALEX FERNANDES  |  Argues in support of  "It is essential to retain employee to run business smottthly "  |  2 years ago
Retention of old employees are better, new hires will reduce your productivity for some days till they understand the process ...... so always try to retain your old employees, if not possible then prefer new hires !!  
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Dear friends, The story of Patricia Narayan , winner of this year's 'Ficci Woman Entrepreneur of the Year' award is amazing. She started her career 30 years ago as an entrepreneur, selling eateries from a mobile cart on the Marina beach amidst all odds -- battling a failed marriage, coping with her husband, a multiple addict, and taking care of two kids. Today, she has overcome the hurdles and owns a chain of restaurants. An entrepreneur by accident I was always interested in cooking and passionate about trying out new dishes. But, the thought of becoming a business woman never came to my mind at all as I do not come from a business family. Both my parents were government servants. But my m...
RAMACHANDRAN NURANI  |  Commented  |  2 years ago
Madam Paricia Narayan, Your story is truly inspiring. It is a symbol of self-belief and your Faith in God.Fortune certainly favours the Brave. The message that I have got from your story is that one should carry on in life with a positive attitude...
abhishek paul  |  Commented  |  2 years ago
that is a good story with glimpse of reality
NATTERAJA R. ARIKRISHNAN  |  Commented  |  2 years ago
Thanks for referring Ms.Disha Roy. It is really a real surprise story of a hard working women who has been elevated to the height. So hard work, perseverance,constant efforts, courage to face the odds in life will definitely take one to reach...
 
 
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Shashi Kumar U  |  Argues in support of  "Yes"  |  2 years ago
Bandhs do not achieve anything. But it is counter productive.
abhishek paul  |  Argues in support of  |  2 years ago
we earn heavy economic loss and sensex trumbles down with a steady straight slope and guess what to compensate this loss our govt. either has to take loan from IMF or to make a new budget to overcome the loss. 
Sunita Malpani  |  Argues in support of  "Yes"  |  2 years ago
Okay, i have not read a single comment that supports this bandh. I for one felt that the bandh was in the making for many days. I felt that at last something that i was experiencing for so many days, gasping everytime i went to a grocery shop or...
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Rohit Thakur  |  Argues in support of  "No"  |  1 year ago
I think present generation is engaged more into social networking sites and other activities.
abhishek paul  |  Argues in support of  |  2 years ago
a very few youngsters participate in nation building as most of them are so busy in enjoying the full priviledge of freedom in their life and the condition is such that if you ask about the current president of india , i garentee that most of the...
Disha Roy  |  Argues in support of  "No"  |  2 years ago
I don't think so that youngsters are participating in building the nation.  I mean all these conferences are good to ignite the minds of youngsters, but the reach here is very less, the situation of the country would have been way better if...
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YES, businesses models and existing companies have to transform 
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abhishek paul  |  Argues in support of  "YES, businesses models and existing companies have to transform"  |  2 years ago
transform to more reliable process and easy go medium to give the maximum benifit with less expenditure as we are primarily dependent on petroleum which is limited as due to more increase in population ultimately forcing to peroleum hike and we...
Varun  |  Argues in support of  "NO, its not necessary."  |  2 years ago
I don't think India is ready for that kind of marketing as yet. If you consider Interruption Marketing, it still has a very strong hold in the indian market where the average amount of time is spent mostly on TVs than internet. Creating exciting...
Sunita Mohapatra  |  Argues in support of  "YES, businesses models and existing companies have to transform"  |  2 years ago
Yes exactly it is true, no more fooling people. People are more aware of a products once it enters the market you can't make them to buy it by telling stories. The best product sells by itself..... So try to change your marketing strategy to be...
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ERP 
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NATTERAJA R. ARIKRISHNAN  |  Argues in support of  "ERP"  |  2 years ago
First ERP, then comes BPR which will emerge from ERP.  
abhishek paul  |  Argues in support of  |  2 years ago
well now a days ERP comes to prime focus as it has brought all the process of various field to one common platform where everyone will be aware about the current status of the work that is being performed in the company so in my opinion ERP comes to...
Isha Verma  |  Argues in support of  "ERP"  |  2 years ago
In my opinion ERP comes first. Today most of the organizations depend on ERP solutions. ERP enables an organization to optimize its resource use hence gives a competitive edge to the company. Thus, ERP solutions come ahead as they tell the...
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1 take final military action
2 Can we make it as a buffer state?
Ramakrishnan V  |  Supported idea  "take final military action"  |  1 year ago
first you must understand that people in kashmir are peace loving only. only few seperatist group who was encouraged by pakistan later 1971 india - pakistan war though india won the war by liberating the east pakistan as bangladesh.this creates...
abhishek paul  |  Added idea  |  2 years ago
people don't know whom to trust thats no surprise so heavy thoughts shift through dust and the lies. and thats good not to break but tired of this deceit. every time we fall try to get back upon our feet and all the tiring time you think about this is...
ketan natubhai vakil  |  Supported idea  "take final military action"  |  2 years ago
When the things are out of control,and no political actions are effective in generating peace,the only action is left and that is militry action.The state should be hand over to militry with out any policital inteference and law and order should...
 
 
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Sales Skills ... The Five (5) Critical Selling Skills   FACT: 82% of Salespeople Fail to Differentiate Q: Why is this? Most salespeople fail to follow a process that matches the natural buying process that nearly all customers make. 82% of sellers are out-of-sync with the buyer. Learn how to join the elite sellers that truly understand how to 'walk arm-in-arm with their customer' as each of the Five Sequential Buying Decisions are being made. We structure our sales presentations in this order to avoid resistance later in the call. The salesperson who follows this process always wins . FACT: 99% of Salespeople Fail to Set the Right Call Objectives Q: Why is this? This is not surprising since...
abhishek paul  |  Commented  |  2 years ago
thats stuff is pretty appriciable. but let me put a notion in your head and in head of every sales person. while negotiating with customer put yourself in place of customer then you come to know the desire of customer thus make things in a easy go...
Badri N Srinivasan  |  Commented  |  2 years ago
Thanks for the referral, Sheetal... Very good article... The stats are amazing and hope they are based on accurate data as it is difficult to collect accurate data in these areas...
Mohit Aggarwal  |  Commented  |  3 years ago
Are these some facts or what?? Vishab.. these are great insights. Thanks for sharing it with us with such an attractive presentation. These are such vital information which, at most times, go unnoticed. Sales is not just any job. It's an art. A...
 
 
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Hi, my dear frnds....hope you all are doing well in your life. I would like share something on how to face the job loss nightmare that is haunting each one of us.. JUST HAVE A QUICK GLANCE HOPE IT WILL BE USEFUL... 1. Check you have received your full entitlements. Ask your company’s human resources department to explain your entitlements. Try to negotiate financial advice, outplacement and career planning as part of your redundancy package. If you feel that you have been underpaid, call your union. 2. Organise your personal finances. Review your budget. If you are unable to fulfill financial commitments, such as mortgage or credit card payments, you may have to negotiate new terms with you...
shiva shekhar  |  Commented  |  2 years ago
While doing good job is fine and continue to do, it is better to have plan-B apart from spending within the budget and save as much as you can which will help in job crisis period.
abhishek paul  |  Commented  |  2 years ago
well thats adorable but I hope such things should never encounter in our life. that's like a fierce dream come true then definitely my head bolt out
kshantaram  |  Commented  |  2 years ago
useful tips! could add - keep updating yourself through seminars, professional friends, books/magazines keep visible through writing articles, as visiting faculty, etc regards/kshantaram
 
 
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