Monday, April 30, 2012

Management Lesson

One fine day, a bus driver went to the bus garage, started his bus, and drove off along the route. No problems for the first few stops-a few people got on, a few got off, and things went generally well. At the next stop, however, a big hulk of a guy got on. Six feet eight, built like a wrestler, arms hanging down to the ground. He glared at the driver and said, "Big John doesn't need to pay!" and sat down at the back.

2:26 AM by Unknown · 0

Self Improvement Activities

These self improvement activities will help you become more productive, get into the positive state of mind and achieve better quality of life.
In this article you will also find out how to use your energy effectively, what is the quickest way to achieve personal growth and how to excel in every activity.

2:20 AM by Unknown · 0

Thursday, April 19, 2012

See All Your Likes on Facebook

1.First log into your account and click on your name to see your Facebook Profile.

2.Now make sure you are using the new Timeline feature in order to properly see all your activity. If you have not moved to the Timeline yet, go to the link below and activate it:

3.Once the Timeline is activated, you’ll see a button called Activity Log right below your cover photo

4.Once you click on that, you’ll see a nice “timeline” list of all the activity on Facebook .

5.If you look at the top right corner, you’ll see a little drop down box with the word All in it. This means it’s showing all your activity. If you click on that, you can filter the list to exactly what you want to see! click simply select Likes and you’ll get a list of all your likes broken down by month and year
But as you can see from the list, you can also use this to quickly see all your status updates (Your Posts), all status updates from your friends, all comments you have made on Facebook, all photos you uploaded or were tagged in, and lots of other stuff.

10:42 PM by Unknown · 0

Rules to Stay Young

1. Keep only cheerful friends. The grouches pull you down.

2. Keep learning. Learn more about the computer, crafts, gardening, whatever. Never let the brain idle. 'An idle mind is the devil's workshop.'

3. Enjoy the simple things.

4. Laugh often, long and loud. Laugh until you gasp for breath.

5. The tears happen. Endure, grieve, and move on. The only person, who is with us our entire life, is ourselves. Be ALIVE while you are alive.

8:33 AM by Unknown · 0

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Google Drive in this month

Google will launch 'GDrive', an online storage service that will store large files online instead of in PC hard drives

The service will offer 5GB of storage, and appear as an icon on Windows and Mac desktops into which users simply 'drop' files

The cloud-based service will apparently be available at

10:27 PM by Unknown · 0


Describe the performance problem in objective terms. As you begin a performance dialogue with an employee, it is important to focus on specific, observable behavior. People resent personal attacks and are more open to hearing about aspects of their behavior that need to change.

Express your opinion regarding the performance.
Value the employee. When giving performance feedback, it is critical that you clearly describe the behavior that is inappropriate, or needs to change.It is important to value the employee’s other contributions when providing feedback that addresses a particular concern.

Encourage input. With the right approach, employees should feel encouraged to talk about their view of the problem and more importantly, ideas they have to address the problem. In some cases, the manager will need to be direct about how the employee should change his or her behavior. In most cases we find that employees can generate their own solutions to behavior that has been identified as inappropriate or counter productive. Employees are always more motivated to try their own suggestions for improved performance.

Listen. Leadership is based on a relationship. You can’t build a solid relationship based on trust and respect if you don’t listen. Listening says, “I care.” Listening helps you identify, from the employee’s perspective, why there might be a problem. Listening gives you time to begin thinking about solutions that might work to fix the problem. A great coach asks questions, listens to the response, and acts accordingly. It’s no coincidence that the best coaches are also the best listeners.

Outline future behaviors. After you have clearly identified the problem and had a dialogue with the employee about what will change, it is important to clearly outline the behavior you expect to see in the future.

Project outcomes, both positive and negative, related to the performance you are discussing. Sometimes there are positive consequences for the poor performance.

Like every other skill you’ve acquired, coaching takes practice. Work hard to help your employees D.E.V.E.L.O. P. The payoff is improved performance, better morale, greater retention of team members and less stress

1:42 AM by Unknown · 0

Monday, April 16, 2012

Tips for Self-devel​opment

1. Start now
Do something about your self-development today. Tomorrow, you can build on that.

2. Write down what you want to achieve
Keep it brief perhaps three outcomes. Monitor what happens. Don't feel bad if you modify your plan life is about change. Whether you succeed or not, learn from the experience.

3. Learn from other people Notice what other people do and learn from them. You can gain from their successes and their mistakes. Experience is a harsh teacher, but less so if it's someone else's experience

1:50 AM by Unknown · 0

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Things to do to prepare for an earthquake and what to do once the ground starts shaking.

Earthquakes are a common occurrence, rumbling below Earth's surface thousands of times every day. But major earthquakes are less common. Here are some things to do to prepare for an earthquake and what to do once the ground starts shaking

Have an earthquake readiness plan.

    Consult a professional to learn how to make your home sturdier, such as bolting bookcases to wall studs, installing strong latches on cupboards, and strapping the water heater to wall studs.

11:42 PM by Unknown · 0

Monday, April 9, 2012

7 dont's after a meal

* Don't smoke - Experiment from experts proves that smoking a
cigarette after meal is comparable to smoking 10 cigarettes (chances of
cancer is higher).
* Don't eat fruits immediately - Immediately eating fruits after
meals will cause stomach to be bloated with air. Therefore take fruit 1-2 hr after meal or 1hr before meal.

* Don't drink tea - Because tea leaves contain a high content of
acid. This substance will cause the Protein content in the food we consume
to be hardened thus difficult to digest.

7:54 AM by Unknown · 0

Tips To Make Effective Decisions

 Its true that you are the product of your own thoughts and decisions.
 Whatever you decide on daily basis, whatever you do in your routine life is directly or indirectly linked to your future. That means you are making the foundation of your destiny with your decision and actions in your routine life. So by looking at the bigger picture, it is right to conclude that decision making is critically important for your success and achievements of lifetime goals. Given below is the list of insightful factors which you need to considere while making decisions.

7:45 AM by Unknown · 0

Sunday, April 1, 2012

Increase Your IQ

1. Minimize Watching the Idiot Box, Start Reading

The TV, whether an LCD or plasma, was nicknamed ˜the Idiot Box" for a very valid reason”this gadget tends to numb our sensibilities. Some people might argue that TV viewing can be rather enriching if the right channels are chosen. However, when watching TV, the human mind is pushed into a state of vegetation. Largely, its effect is entertaining and there might be short instances when it can stimulate our mind but overall, watching TV isn't the recommended way of unwinding if you want to increase your IQ. A much better medium is books, whether read physically or on the Kindle. This is because reading a book makes our mind to create mental images, decipher the plot and tests our vocabulary. This is a far more wholesome exercise for the mind.

4:40 AM by Unknown · 0

Tips on Eye Care

Here are some helpful Eye Care Tips -

Positioning is everything

Correct positioning of your computer, keyboard and typing copy is essential. Your screen should be positioned about an arm's length from your eyes and 20 degrees below eye level. Consider foot and wrist rests for added comfort.

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