Archive for June, 2010

Things You Should Avoid @ Office

Posted: June 29, 2010 in Tips

Was going through a Interesting Article….liked it very much and felt like sharing it with you all…

1. Don’t steal office supplies

An office supplies survey by career publisher Vault, Inc. found that 67 percent of employees have taken office supplies from work to use outside the office or for matters unrelated to the job. Stealing office supplies like notepads, pens, staplers, CDs etc is not a good idea. If it ever becomes known, it will only show that you cannot be trusted and will leave a bad impression on your colleagues if not your boss.

2. Don’t talk behind your co-workers

Completely avoid talking behind others, especially your boss or immediate supervisor. The person you tell about your others today could be telling them about you tomorrow.

3. Don’t talk about religion

Some like to keep their religion personal others talk about it whenever they get a chance. But it’s better to be of the first group when it comes to work environment. As much as you discuss the religious topics respectfully, you will always have people around you that you may unknowingly offend.

4. Don’t disclose your wage

Keep this to yourself, if you count on your next raise. Many employers keep each individual employee’s salary confidential for a good reason, this is to the benefit of your as well as your employer.

5. Don’t talk politics

Brush off political with the office co-worker, especially during the elections or at times of political issues. Try to leave your political views at home.

6. Don’t talk about your sex life

If you are having a great time in bed at home or otherwise, no one at work needs or should know about it. Many people tend to quickly change their views on others once they find out about their sex life.

7. Avoid spending too much time online

Most companies monitor their employee’s productive time. If you work in a big company and have been granted online privileges, be sure that the sites you go on and your time online is being monitored.

8. Avoid dating co-workers

If you like your job, you should avoid going out on dates with any of your co-workers. When work relationships do not work out awkwardness is usually the only post result. Many people have quit their jobs or have asked for a transfer due to this very reason.

9. Don’t apply for another job

Keep your resume editing for home, unless of course the position is an internal one. Many companies would not like to invest money and resources on individuals departing with intentions.

10. Leave while on the clock.

You might get by once or twice every now and then for going to lucnch earlier and coming back a little later, or leaving work 10 minutes earlier than your coworker. But if this becomes a habit, you are likely to catch your bosses attention. Sometimes that 5 to 10 mintues could be the difference maker between you keeping your job or you being laid off.

Will post more of this kinda of stuff..

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Healthy Dieting Tips

Posted: June 29, 2010 in Tips

Hi..this post is for people who have been continuously asking me for Diet Tips..Though i dont diet…but by seeing my Physique pple do feel that i do diet…i am the one among the Luckiest pple.. who can eat anything and still i dont grow.

This post is for those pple who just grow Horizontally…by just having anything.

  • Drink Plenty Of Water
  • Keep a food diary
  • Eat Breakfast
  • Say No to Oil
  • No to Sugar…(No coke.. Pepsi)…they will kill me..U can have the Diet Coke..Diet Pepsi
  • More Fiber Intake
  • Protein intake
  • Eat Healthy Fats …Olive oil..nuts
  • Green tea
  • No food Before going to Bed.. at least 2 hrs before
  • No Three Meals…Eat Less…have it 6 to 8 times
  • Eat Slowly………….

That it..follow this and make ur Husband/Boy Friend or Wife/Girlfriend feel that you have “THE PERFECT BODY

All the best..Have the best Body..Stay Fit



This is Post is to remember the Greatest Prime Minster India  Has seen…Sri Pamulaparti Venkata Narasimha Rao..or fondly called as PV.”MOUNA MUNI” Father of Indian Economic Reform…The first and Only Prime Minster from Andhra Pradesh….A Profound States Man…A Visonary who saw and wanted India to Be “SUPER POWER”…Son of Soil… Reformist….Peoples Man…..Lingusit…Scholar.

He entered the record books by winning the elections with a record majority of 5 lakh votes.

PV  became the prime minister when Indian economy was in bad shape. It was very difficult at the time to introduce new ideas, new philosophies, and to convince people to support him on something untested. The Indian public and politicians at the time did not believe that they could try something new and get out of the mess but PV persisted and persevered. PV will always be remembered for pioneering far-reaching economic changes in India, which took India on a new economic path.

PV is credited with launching free market reforms that opened up India’s stagnant, socialist economy. The shift turned the bankrupt nation into a regional economic powerhouse. According to government figures, India’s economy has posted an average growth rate of six percent since 1990 and poverty rates have fallen by 10 percent.

During his tenure he had many achievements but the one which revitalized India’s economy was the abolition of the License Raj in 1990. He introduced economic reforms like abolishing licensing regulations to attract FDI and private businesses.
During his tenure, Jammu and Kashmir was torn apart by terrorist activity. He introducing the Terrorist and Disruptive Activities (Prevention) Act (TADA).

He was minister (1962-71) and chief minister (1971-73) in AP. And from 1980-89 several cabinet posts between 1980-89 under Indira Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi , including foreign affairs minister and the defence minister. He became Prime Minister of India under most dramatic Condition..and was successfully able to complete his Term..running a Minority Government.

He could speak 13 languages including Urdu, Marathi, Kannada, Hindi, Tamil, Malayalam, Telugu, Sanskrit and Oriya with a fluency akin to a native speaker His mother tongue was Telugu. In addition to eight Indian languages, he spoke English, French, Arabic, Spanish, German, Greek, Latin and Persian.

A heartful Homage to the most forgotten Leader of our Country….  Sri PV…you made India..what it is today… Remembering Sri PV Narashima Rao on his 90th Birth Anniversary.

Salute you sir………..

Watch the prison version….

My All time fav—King of Pop

Posted: June 26, 2010 in Videos

This is awesome…this is my favourite…Phewww..What a song..hear the lyrics…Look at the Video… MJ Love u..Missing u… RIP

Tribute to the King of Pop

Posted: June 26, 2010 in Legends

This post is to tribute to the “King of Pop” and the person…the “Legend” who made entire world Dance to his tunes..the one and only “MICHAEL JACKSON”.

He is the man who made me dance..though i am not a dancer..but made me feel that i can dance..he is the man..who in my child hood told me whats “BLACK & WHITE”. He is the man who made me wear Black Trouser..with Black “CUT” shoe and a White Scocks…He is the man who made me do whats called “MOONWALK” the backslide.He is the man who made me listen to “ENGLISH”: music. He is the man who made seriouly listen to “LYRICS” He is the man who was my official poster in my bedroom. Saluting the master..the Leged..King of Pop…we all with love call him “MJ”.

Multitalnted…and a Cult figure..Singer…dancer…composer…songwriter…record producer….. choreographer….actor….author…. businessman and a philanthropist

To just mention …his Awards

  • 13 Grammy Awards
  •  26 American Music Awards..
  • 13 number one singles in the US
  •  World’s best selling male solo pop artist with 750 million record world wide
  •  Grammy Legend Award and the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award
  •  Hollywood Walk of Fame
  • Best-Selling Pop Male Artist of the Millennium
  •  Rock and Roll Hall of Fame —Twice

We miss u…and we love you…

Let u all experience the Master Chef’s Culinary power….i love coconut..like to have it in Curries..and Pickles

Now See the Recipe of Pudina Kobbari Pachandi.

Ingredients:

  1. 1/4 cup pudina/mint leaves
  2. 1/4 cup chopped fresh coriander leaves/kothimira/dhania
  3. 1 cup fresh grated coconut
  4. 2 green chillis (slit lengthwise)
  5. 1 tbsp dalia/roasted chana dal/putnala pappu
  6. Âź tsp cumin seeds/jeera/jeelakara (optional)
  7. salt to taste
  8. 2 tsps oil

For seasoning/poppu/tadka:

  1. 1/2 tsp mustard seeds
  2. 1 tsp split gram dal/minapa pappu
  3. pinch of hing/asafoetida/inguva
  4. few curry leaves
  5. 1/2 tsp oil

1 Heat 2 tsps oil in a vessel, add cumin seeds, let them splutter. Add the coriander leaves, pudina and green chillis and fry for 3 mts. Remove from heat and cool.
2 Grind the sauteed pudina mixture, grated coconut, roasted chana dal and salt to a paste. Add few tbsps water while grinding.
3 Heat oil in a pan, add the mustard and let them splutter. Add the split gram dal and allow them to turn red. Add curry leaves and hing and turn off heat. Pour this seasoning over the chutney and serve with any tiffin like idli or dosa..or just dip u finger and start “licking”….Enjoy

My Love for Telugu..made me post this…i am not competing with any one…I Love My Language..and  great way to say…. I love this.

Wow what a video…leave about the language…this shows how much Tamilians Love their Language…Hats off to their love for TAMIL. Need to learn that from them

Hi was going through this excellent article… wanted to share with you.

If you are running an online business or planning on starting a new one, chances are that you do not have unlimited capital. Yet, in order to succeed in this competitive environment, you realize that you can’t compromise on the quality of your offering. More than likely, you continually balance the needs of your business with a limited amount of resources by making tradeoffs. So, for every hour or dollar that you spend on your business, how do you maximize the mileage from that investment?

Welcome to the world of crowdsourcing. Crowdsourcing taps into the collective intelligence of online communities to complete business-related tasks that a company would normally either perform itself or outsource to a third-party provider. For every investment you make, you should evaluate whether you could have reached a better outcome by crowdsourcing that activity. For those who have not yet discovered the power of crowdsourcing, let’s take a look at why extending your brain to the web makes financial and strategic sense. Here are some crowdsourcing examples that can help you at different stages of your business.

Starting an Online Business

1. Identify a business name.
2. Design a logo or website
3. Create a marketing pitch, and build your brand.
4. Software development and programming.
5. Test your website.
6. Search engine optimization, press releases and other online marketing.
7. Get ideas from the community.
8. Help with repetitive tasks.
9. Customer service help.

Identifying a Business name-— Squadhelp.com will help u.. shell out $10 and receive 30-40 domain name suggestions from experts across the globe within hours.

Design a Logo or website—-99designs or  to engage a community of professionals from across the web to deliver quality designs.Expect to spend $200 – $1000.

Create a marketing pitch, and build your brand—-BootB is an online marketplace that allows anyone with access to the Internet to pitch his or her ideas in response to your specific creative needs.Expect to spend $800 – $5,000.

Software development and programming.—use Elance or Getfreelancer..etc for SD and Programming.Expect to spend $100 for small jobs, and up to $3,000 for a fully customized offering.

Test your website.—-site ready..now time to test it..uTest has more than 20,000 testers in more than 150 countries. Testers are paid based on the bugs they find and are rated based on the validity of their bugs.

Search engine optimization, press releases and other online marketing.—–hire professionals from Elance..etc  Expect to spend $100 to $500 for article writing, press-release writing, and other SEO activities.

Get ideas from the community.—–IdeaScale, can help you organize feedback from the crowd regarding old and new products, concepts and service, among other areas.Expect to spend $15 per month for a basic package.

Help with repetitive tasks.—–Amazon’s Mechanical Turk allows you to submit small tasks (called HITs) that people across the world can work on. For example, if you are an online retailer and need help with content development (e.g. adding attributes, or tagging your product images), you can post these tasks on Mechanical Turk for as low as 10 to 20 cents per HIT. Expect to spend $0.25 to $1 for simple, repetitive tasks.

Customer service help.—–GetSatisfaction is a good option for those companies that would prefer to build an instant-on, support community for sharing answers, ideas and solutions.

Conclusion

While it is a relatively new concept, crowdsourcing can offer significant operational and financial benefits while improving the quality of offering and engagement with the customers. Crowdsourcing adds a third dimension to the age old “Buy versus Build” philosophy. Consider crowdsourcing as a serious alternative to utilizing internal resources or outsourcing to third party providers.

I hope you all would like this..and i would like to mention the source of this article..this by Darpan Munjal who is President, LeapMatrix Inc. Great Work Darpan