Recently I came across an article in edex magazine of The New Indian Express, reporting how a stand-up comedian had just one person showing up as audience at an open mics event in Bangalore, and most interestingly, how he still performed!
Life is full of awkward situations. It is never going to be a smooth sail all the time. Whether you are new to the office or working for years, we all have to go through those uncomfortable situations at work that hurt our feelings and make us feel out of control.
Critical thinking is the most powerful problem-solving tool in existence. Not the kind of problem that can be coded with an algorithm, but a complex problem that involves thinking. How do we develop the skill of critical thinking? Critical thinking is not a single skill but a collection of skills that allow someone to figure out a difficult, complex problem.
As the years go by, jobs are getting excessively competitive. Increasing population coupled with higher literacy rates and qualifications, this competitiveness is sure to blossom into something even more meaningful, like the raise you always wanted. As people vie for the same position in an organisation, it is important to prove your work is above the mark.
Education is the key to economic growth. Knowledge acts as the platform on which our generation is built. With the growing advancement of technology and the increasing thirst for knowledge, it can be noted that more and more people these days tend to take the other end of the crossroad and delve into research based professions.
Pruitt’s Purchases I have been following the expenditures of Secretary Scott Pruitt, something that would surely get me fired or demoted if I worked for him (which I do not). Now, there are lots of ways to reflect on his spending, including a determination of whether he really is physically at risk. And, if he actually is, we do need to spend to protect him for sure. How much that costs is a different question.
In a world awash with information, people have become more and more ignorant. Information is ubiquitous and is available to almost everyone in the developed world. Information is a powerful tool. The control of the information abundant society we now live in has created some of the largest and most powerful corporations the world has ever seen.