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  • Scrap It - Before They Scrap It!

    Help your child/children know their family tree, the source of their existence, why they are the way they are, etc. This article can be helpful to learn how to put those little hands and minds to work so that they have fun as well as stay connected to their roots. 

  • Saving Your Child's Artwork

    There are different ways to customize and appreciate your child's art work. Using the simple ideas mentioned in this article not only helps in sorting out the clutter but also shows your child that you love them and that their work is valuable.

  • Grieving the Loss of a Job

    In India our work often represents who and what we are. In addition to monetary returns a job provides a sense of purpose and self-esteem. Thus when a job ends, part of us seems to end with it. If you or someone you know has lost your job, it is important to remember . . . you have lost a description of what you do, not who and what you are.

     

  • Financial Crisis: Overcoming fear and stress

    News of the crashing stock-market, recession, layoffs, salary cuts, and the uncertain financial situation is certainly a cause of great stress to most people. In the current economic situation the fear of unemployment is also very real. Experts recommend a number of steps that could be helpful, and warn against others that are actually counter-productive. Here is a look at some of these.

  • E-mail Etiquette at the Workplace

    Easy access to mails and blogs on the phones, laptops and desktops has popularized the time-saving, travel-free social interactions. It has become easier to opt for work from home, manage a team from a different location and organize an official meeting without much running around just by one click on a mouse. However, since e-mails are permanent records of a person's contribution to work, it is also essential to follow some email etiquette and guidelines that convey professionalism and efficiency.

  • Women's Relationship in the Workplace

    Girls get better grades at school than boys, and in most developed countries more women than men go to university. However, women still get paid less and few make it to the top of companies, and those that do get to the top level, have to face a lot more opposition than most men. Thankfully, there are things women can do to overcome these stereotypes and prejudices and achieve success

     

  • Self-Confidence at Work

    Self-Confidence is vitally important to our success at work. It directly affects not only our level of performance, but also reflects in our interactions with colleagues, clients, as well as bosses. This can have a huge effect on our relationships at work and our growth and success in our career. Here is what you can do to improve your self confidence.

  • Shyness in the Workplace

    When shyness is properly managed, there is no limit to the achievement of shy people in the business world. Even the Microsoft co-founder, Paul Allen, one of the world's richest and most successful people in the world, is a shy person. What do shy people who succeed professionally have in common? They are in control of their shyness instead of it controlling them!

  • ALL WORK, NO PLAY?

    When work gets the best of one's time, energy and imagination, when nothing is left over for friends, spouse, children or oneself, work is an addiction. Workaholics are often surprised when friends or family ask for more attention or time. In some ways, overworking is harder to kick than the other addictions because it is the only one that draws applause.

  • The Battle for Daytime Sleep

    Getting adequate sleep is most essential to maintaining good health, both, mentally as well as physically. And getting enough quality sleep is one of the most serious challenges that shift workers face. The fact is that daytime sleep tends to be of shorter duration than normal night sleep, it is often less restful and it is more prone to interruption. Here is what you can do about it.

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