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Dr. Rekha Shetty’s Innovate Happily

Dr. Rekha Shetty’s Innovate Happily

All of us wish to be happy and we run from pillar to post every day of in pursuit happiness. What most of us ignore all the time is happiness is just at the end of our nose and it is a pity that we do not realise it. Happiness is infectious and we pass on a healthy infection to our neighbours by being happy ourselves. Happiness has much more relevance in the corporate world, because studies show that happy people are the most productive and most innovative. By adopting the happiness culture and by revealing the happiness quotient to the...

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The Unspoken Rules of Business Success- Beverly Y.Langford

The Unspoken Rules of Business Success- Beverly Y.Langford

Today at the workfront it has become manditory to exhibit exemplerory interpersonal skills so that you have an edge over the others. This does not come naturally for everyone.It has to be cultivated through reading good books that can help you follow certain workplace decorum to achieve your career goals. ‘The Unspoken Rules for Business Success’ by Berverly L. Langford is one such self-help book which is a must read for both managers and staff alike.Besides ,being a president of LMA Communication ,a firm that coaches individual on stragetic...

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The Color Purple

The Color Purple

Author: Alice Walker Director: Stephen Spielberg Co-producer: Quincy Jones Nominated for 11 Oscars. The Color Purple is based on Pulitzer-Prize-winning novel by Alice Walker. It spans the years 1909 to 1949, relating the life of Celie (Whoopi Goldberg), a Southern black virtually sold into a life of servitude to her brutal husband, a widower sharecropper Albert (Danny Glover). The book is presented in the form of letters, which Celie starts writing at the age of 14, to God about her life. She is raped at 14 by her “supposed” father, has 2...

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The White Tiger – Arvind Adiga

The White Tiger – Arvind Adiga

The book which took Indian literature to the world with the Booker Prize to its name, as we all know. This White Tiger spits anger and lends voice to an utterly distraught Indian who can no longer stand the disgraceful radical politics. You could potentially enjoy this book if you are smart enough to read between lines and tap what the authors conveys incandescently. Comic sense is the highlight of the book, which takes the limelight from the amazing narration, which swims in a sea of metaphors. One interesting portion of the book which was...

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