Chief Executive (Exhaustion) Officer
I'm an author, writer and blogger by hobby, a graphics and web designer by interest, and a consultant and an entrepreneur by profession. I'm currently leading my own marketing consultancy firm with one of the largest multinational corporations in my clientelle list, and writing my own science fiction novel.
Tag Archives: Motivation
If you have to fall, fall so hard that you have nothing left to lose. For when you get back up, you will achieve greatness… – Kashif Malim Xenophobic, shy, aloof; there are times when I simple put everything away and wonder what am I doing here. What is the purpose of my life? I take a step back to …
A cliché, but an astute observation, nonetheless. Books teach us a lot about ourselves and about the world, about life and about love. From the ephemeral, to the ethereal, to the surreal, books talk about all and yet talk about nothing. The one thing that very few people gain from books is the feelings or emotions behind each word, each …
One of our most important attributes through out our professional lives, our core competencies or skills are perhaps the very building blocks of our careers and life in general, yet we rarely pay attention to it. Wondering what I mean by ‘our’ core competencies? Read on!
This is a continuation of my posts, The Perfect Workplace – Part I and The Perfect Workplace – Part II. In these posts, I have highlighted some strategies that every smaller company should employ to boost employee morale and productivity. Larger organizations can also try to phase such things in on a team by team basis.
This is a continuation of my post, The Perfect Workplace. In that post, I highlighted some must-haves for startups and SMEs so that they can improve employee morale, and hence their productivity. Larger organizations can also give it a try on a piecemeal basis.