Saturday, 31 January 2015

[www.keralites.net] 9 Most Important Career Planning Tips

 



 

 


1. Never Stop Learning
Life-long learning is your keyword.

The world is constantly changing, and everybody is looking for new ways of doing business.

If you have decided that your current skills are good enough, you have also decided that your current job is good enough.

But if you want a career in the future, you should add regular updates to your skills and knowledge.


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2. Ask, Listen And Learn
A good listener can learn a lot.

Listen to your co-workers, your boss, and your superiors. You can learn a lot from their experience.

Ask about issues that interest you, and listen to what they say. Let them tell you about how things work, and what you could have done better.

Most people will love to be your free tutor.


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3. Fulfill Your Current Job
Your current job might be best place to start your career.

It is often very little that separates successful people from the average. But nothing comes free.

If you do your job well and fulfill your responsibilities, this is often the best way to start a new career.

Talk to your supervisor about things you can do. Suggest improvements. Offer your help when help is needed. In return ask for help to build a better career. It is often possible - right inside your own organization - especially if you have proved to be a valued employee.


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4. Build Your Network
Your next career step might arise from your contact network.

Did you know that more than 50% of all jobs are obtained from contact networks?

If you have a good contact network, it is also a good place to discover future careers, to explore new trends, and to learn about new opportunities.

Spend some time building new contacts, and don
�x378t forget to maintain the ones you already have.

One of the best ways to get serious information from your network is to regularly ask your contacts how they are, what they do, and what is new about their careers.


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5. Identify Your Current Job
Your current job should be identified, not assumed.

Make sure you don't work with tasks you assume are important. This is waste of time and talent.

When you start in a new job, talk to your superior about your priorities. If you are not sure about what is most important, then ask him. And ask him again. Often you will be surprised about the differences between what you assume, and what is really important.


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6. Identify Your Next Job
Your dream job must be identified.

Before you start planning your future career, be sure you have identified your dream job.

In your dream job, you will be doing all the things you enjoy, and none of the things you don�
x378t enjoy. What kind of job would that be?

Do you like or dislike having responsibility for other employees. Do you like to work with technology or with people? Do you want to run your own business? Do you want to be an artist, a designer or a skilled engineer? A manager?

Before building your future career your goal must be identified.


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7. Prepare Yourself
Your dream might show up tomorrow. Be prepared.

Dont wait a second. Update your CV now, and continue to update it regularly.

Tomorrow your dream job may show up right before your nose. Prepare for it with a professional CV and be ready to describe yourself as a valuable object to anyone that will try to recruit you.

If you dont know how to write a CV, or how to describe yourself, start learning it now.


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8. Pick The Right Tools
Pick the tools you can handle.

You can build your future career using a lot of different tools. Studying at W3Schools is easy. Taking a full master degree is more complicated.

You can add a lot to your career by studying books and tutorials (like the one you find at W3Schools). Doing short time courses with certification tests might add valuable weight to your CV. And dont forget: Your current job is often the most valuable source of building new skills.

Dont pick a tool that is too heavy for you to handle!


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9. Realize Your Dreams
Put your dreams into action.

Dont let a busy job kill your dreams. If you have higher goals, put them into action now.

If you have plans about taking more education, getting a better job, starting your own company or something else, you should not use your daily job as a "waiting station". Your daily job will get more and more busy, you will be caught up in the rat race, and you will burn up your energy.

If you have this energy, you should use it now, to realize your dreams.


Source :
w3schools ListPost, management, Professional

 

 


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[www.keralites.net] PICTURES OF JAWAHARLAL NEHRU

 

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 12 Pictures that Nehru did not want us to see
 
Keep scrolling down as the photographs get more and more interesting!!!!
 
This is young Jawaharlal Nehru with his brother-in-law Ranjit Sitaram Pandi.
 He was imprisoned many times during Civil Disobedience Movement.
 
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2. Have you ever seen any of our former Prime Ministers riding a horse or any other animals? 

This is our Pandit Nehru riding a huge yak somewhere in Bhutan. Truly badass!

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3. Panditji having a flirty and LOL moment with Edwina Mountbatten.

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 Image Courtesy: Henri Cartier-Bresson

Close enough?

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4.  Here, Mr. Nehru lights up a cigarette for Mrs. Simon like a real gentleman. 

It is rumoured that he was a chain-smoker. But does it matter?

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 Homai Vyarawalla

5. He was a charmer, so many beautiful ladies always get attracted to him.

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6. Want more proof?

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7. He looks sad and damn tired! This is just after he voted for the partition of India.

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8. Angry Nehru throws pillow during a heated debate somewhere in 1950s.

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9. Nehru, The Sword Warrior: He also had some hidden skills on sword fighting.

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10. Probably, this is the most weirdest photo of Jawaharlal Nehru ever taken.

 He comes out topless for a swim, with his 'topi' on. Looks classic!

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11. But he wasn't alone! This is Nehru, just chilling out with a few girls like James Bond.

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12. Rules are made to be broken, and he did. A fun guy indeed, just like us.

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Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru - Very RARE Film

Jawaharlal Nehru (14 November 1889 – 27 May 1964) was the first Prime Minister of India and a central figure in 
Indian politics for much of the 20th century. He emerged as the paramount leader of the Indian independence
 movement under the tutelage of Mahatma Gandhi and ruled India from its establishment as an independent nation in 1947
 until his death in office in 1964. Nehru is considered to be the architect of the modern Indian nation-state:
 a sovereign, socialist, secular, and democratic republic.

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