Boss your wardrobe… What we wear, and how it makes us feel, affects how we show up in the world. It sets the tone for our day. And it doesn’t stop with us. It affects those around us, as well. It doesn’t stop there either! Our impact on others affects the people around them, too. When you win at your wardrobe, you have better chances of winning at life. Those around us end up winning, too. Streamline your STYLE. Step in to BEST VERSION OF YOU.
HOW TO OVERCOME CULTURAL CHALLENGES IN A GLOBAL PROJECT
“We become not a melting pot but a beautiful mosaic. Different people, different beliefs, different yearnings, different hopes, different dreams.” Former President of USA Jimmy Carter The Background If you read my PMP Journey post, you would know I studied Japanese and started my career as a language expert handling business and project communication involving translation and interpretation support for software development assignments. If you are new in the area of learning a foreign language, let me share with you about one major distinction and some details about this field: translators write and interpreters speak. Mostly people opt either of the two options and the choice depends a lot on…
Your Gift can change the World!
I received some birthday presents/gifts from a dear friend and I want to tell about it. Why did I decide to write on this? On surface, to anyone this will look as some ordinary experience of feeling the happiness getting a gift from a dear friend. But there is a deeper meaning also which I feel I must share with those taking out some time and stopping by here. You are giving your time to me and so I want the takeaway to be something relatable and meaningful, trust me it will be…keep reading Every Gift Matters… Couple of years ago also, I received a lovely handwritten postcard from this…
My PMP Journey – Little Tough, Very Meaningful
In this post I will share with you my PMP (Project Management Institute USA, Project Management Professional Certificate) journey. This will be a long post as it will capture about few years’ events details - starting from the trigger, preparations, study difficulties and discussing my entire experience with you. I hope my PMP story would be helpful to some of you who want to be a PMP or get any other certification along with a full time job, home and other things to manage. The Trigger I started my career as translator and interpreter about 10 years ago in Tokyo in a Japanese IT company and in few years along…
GRATITUDE is my RELIGION
My experiences in life clearly tells me, Gratitude is the best religion that anyone can follow. This belief has not got developed in a day, week, fortnight, month or a year but has taken few decades to get cultivated and understand the depth that this religion carries. I think it started as a little first time school student feeling, and that our teachers are putting in so much of effort to make us learn things and equip us with skills as simple as learning the ABC. Later in the journey, when I arrived in Japan as a young girl on a scholarship program, my sense of responsibility heightened and along…