Sunday, March 26, 2017

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How to build the best relationship with your BOSS

How to build the best relationship with your BOSS

Your boss today should be someone that you are in touch with for the rest of your life. Sure, you will work for this person–probably for a short time, maybe a year or two–but you are building a relationship for the bigger picture.
You never know how this person will play a part in your life, who they will put you in front of, or the job opportunities they could lead you to. You want to have people in your life who can speak highly of you, talk about your professional capabilities, who can recommend you, and your boss can potentially be that person for the rest of your life.

Your relationship with your boss today isn’t necessarily going to be the relationship you have with your boss a few years from now. Don’t get too hung up on the current relationship. When you work for someone the relationship is always going to be intensified. Eventually, you will both move on and the relationship will develop accordingly. Do your best and don’t get too hung up on what the relationship will look like five years from now.

Some will be great and others not-so-great–it’s typically a personality thing. Some bosses are going to notice some things about you and others will notice other things. Your personality might rub one boss the right way but another boss another way. Such is work life.

The best thing you can do is be consistent–personality wise and work wise. Some people are moody. You can’t change who someone is. Be aware of your boss’s mood and then go on with your day like normal. The best thing you can do for your boss’s mood is act as you normally do. Be the consistent force they can rely on. Don’t let your boss’s mood affect you. You have no idea what they are dealing with after hours.

Whenever people tell me they are waiting for praise, it feels immature to me. Why does someone need to tell you that you are doing a good job? Why can’t you be confident in the work you are putting out into the world? Some people get so caught up in waiting for praise that they get frustrated when the accolades don’t come around frequently. Be confident in your abilities. Your boss isn’t a mind reader and remember, you are expected to do a good job and to do your work–that’s part of the job description.

Try to provide as much advance notice as possible when going out of town or taking days off. Let your boss plan for this as much as possible and of course, only take sick days when really needed. Successful executives need reliable consistent people who aren’t going to take advantage of their time.

I’ve talked to several executives who all say that it’s a great feeling to walk into work every day and see the same person sitting there–day after day. These busy executives need someone to rely on, someone to depend on. The more trust they build with you, the more projects they will send your way. When you are a consistent face that your boss sees in the morning and can rely on to be there already running the show that is a great thing. It will also give you time to prepare for what the day brings.

Leaving before your boss doesn’t set a great precedent. Just sit tight, get organized, and work on tomorrow’s to-do list or work pile. If you’re out of tasks to do, read the industry trades–make the most of your time in the office.

They don’t need to know everything about you or your personal life. Even it is not necessary to explain everything about your life to your boss. Never trust the boss. He may use your weak points.

Anyway, the BOSS is BOSS…He can do anything to secure his or company reputation. Please be aware with a boss. One thing you must aware… your boss is also is an Employee.

My Suggestion:
          Never try to build relation with your BOSS(At no time he may leave you). LOVE your work and update your knowledge.  On that day, Every BOSS comes to you.

All the Best. 
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Saturday, March 25, 2017

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How to prepare a Resume?

How to prepare a Resume?

Resumes communicate best when the formatting presents information in a way that allows the reader to almost instantly discern the overall structure of the document.
Margins and white spaces communicate breaks in sections and should be used appropriately. Break the resume into sections by using line breaks or white space rather than lines or graphics. Additionally, choose at most two fonts. While fonts present an opportunity to distinguish a resume, they should never distract the reader or be difficult to read.
Emphasize content on your resume with formatting rather than bold, italics or underlined text. Bold and italic text can be used sparingly, but avoid using underlined text. However bold and italic formatting appears on a resume, be consistent in its utilization. For example, if it denotes titles or dates in one section of the resume, use the same formatting for titles and dates that appear elsewhere.
Use bullet point formats to communicate information quickly and clearly. Rather than listing qualifications in prose or paragraph form, state them as clearly and concisely as possible to allow the reader to quickly glean important information. Bullet points also draw the eye, which helps important information reaches the reader.

Different styles of resumes:

The main styles of resume formats are functional, chronological and combination. There are advantages and disadvantages to each resume style, meaning the subject should decide which style best meets his requirements and type of experience. For example, functional resumes do not call attention to a person’s age, while chronological resumes highlight the names of significant past employers; a combination resume works well when making a career change.
A functional resume focuses on strength and skills, and omits details such as names, places and specific dates. This type of resume takes the emphasis off gaps in employment or a spotty work history, but the content may also appear to lack depth or give employers the impression there is something to hide.
A chronological resume highlights work history in reverse order from most recent to least recent. A chronological resume highlights steady employment and professional growth, though it may call attention to gaps in the work history and not emphasize skills clearly enough.
A combination resume blends the strengths of a functional resume and a chronological resume. This type of resume shows off upward mobility and a strong employment record, while highlighting transferable skills that benefit the potential position. A drawback is that this type of resume generally occupies more than one page, and many employers never read that far.

Best fonts for a resume:

The best fonts for resumes are traditional and easy to read. Commonly used resume fonts include Times New Roman, Arial, Calibri and Tahoma, according to Resume fonts should be set to 10- or 12-point size to ensure maximum readability. Larger sizes are acceptable for section headers but not for the main body of text. Formatting features, such as bolding, underlining and italics, should be used sparingly. When used for emphasis, it is important to use them consistently throughout the document, states When a company offers resume formatting guidelines, they should be followed even when they contradict general advice.
Creative industries, such as graphic design, offer more leeway in resume-font choices. In these fields, typography is a more important element of the resume than in other industries. A resume in a creative field must still be clear and readable but need not restrict itself to the commonly used business fonts unless requested by the company.
Not all resumes are immediately read by humans. Computers scan resumes for the most pertinent information without seeing the formatting, and some companies fax, scan or photograph resumes to send elsewhere or for future use. Using fonts that are not clear and legible can render the faxed and scanned versions more difficult to read, even if the original is legible.

Good action verbs for a resume:

Good action verbs for resumes include "facilitated," "organized," "participated," "generated" and "handled." Different action verbs are good for different contexts; use the word only if it makes sense, as there are hundreds available. Using action verbs helps avoid the passive voice when writing resumes.
Good actions verbs for experience leading a project include "chaired," "executed," "operated" and "orchestrated." Good action verbs for creating a project include "designed," "developed," "formulated" and "pioneered." Describe saving a company money using words such as "conserved," "decreased" and "reconciled." Use words such as "advanced," "achieved," "refined" and "revamped" for procedure changes and increased efficiency.
Various websites, such as and, list many more action words for use in specific contexts. Use action word lists to keep action verbs fresh, as hiring managers often see the same words on resume after resume.
Using action verbs automatically keeps sentences in the active voice. The active voice gives energy and life to a resume. It is much more interesting to employers to read that a potential employee "formulated a new database in Excel" than the passive "Excel was used to create a new database." Using action verbs puts the resume writer in the action and shows a positive, motivated approach. Focus on previous accomplishments and virtues rather than simply laying out basic job descriptions or skill sets.

Where can you go to get help with your resume?

Resume Help offers examples of successful resumes, tips for improving a resume and resume writing services. The Muse has a selection of 45 tips for successful resume writing organised by the amount of time one can dedicate to changes. Resume Help features over 100 free resume examples from professional writing partners. They span a wide range of industries and professional levels, from student intern to vice president. Their resume writing tips discuss critical information employers look for and describes how to present one's most marketable skills. The site also offers professional resume writing services that provide a competitive edge and in most cases the cost of the service is tax deductible.

The Muse's listing of 45 resume writing tips cover a number of topics that would normally seem standard. For example, the site recommends getting rid of the Objective section of the resume altogether, claiming that it is redundant and takes up valuable space. They also recommend not including an address, stating that if an applicant is not local, recruiters might not look any further. If an applicant is local, recruiters may take the commute time into account and turn down the application if they think it would be too long. The site also features a number of articles pertaining to job searches.

All the Very Best
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Friday, March 24, 2017

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Tell me about yourself

Tell me about yourself

Hello Dear Reader,


"Tell me about yourself”

            It is a very familiar question to every job seeker. Now I will discuss the simple formula for answering this great question- “Tell me about yourself”.

            Don’t fear job seekers, here is an excellent solution that will help you to answer this question. So, Let’s begin….

            “Tell me about yourself” is the first question you may get in the interview. In this question, you must remember that you are not inviting to describe your entire life story. Instead, it is your first chance and excellent chance to pitch the hiring person on why you are the right person for the job.

            Now let me give some beautiful tips for answering this question.

Tell me about yourself.

Before answering this question, you must remember some points. They are….

      1.    Think about what should I need to hear, if I ask you to Tell me about yourself.

       2.    Start your answer with the present and explain why you are the well-suited person for the position.

     3.    It is always best to start with a strong simple statement about yourself(It must be related to the job) and expand with suitable work experience that makes to stand up on the peaks.

Here is one example.

Good Morning Sir/Madam,
            First of all, I would like to thank you, for giving me an opportunity to introduce myself. My name is Renuka, I belong from Kurnool. I completed my Post Graduation in Master of Computer Application from Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad with 82% of marks.

            I love computers because, from my school days, I am having very interest to learn digital things and digital technologies. And I scored high marks in Computer Science compared to Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry.

            My hobbies are to analyze how video games are often programmed and I am having a passion for learning upcoming technologies. My weakness is I am not comfortable until I finish my work in the given time. Although I am an active person, I am a proactive person. Coming to my short term goal is to get my first job in a reputed company like you. My long-term goal is to become more responsible and knowledgeable personality on a respectable position on my company.

            That’s all a brief description about me.

            Thank you very much for giving a great opportunity to introduce myself in front of you.
            Thank you, sir/madam.

This type of introduction is well enough. Suppose, by getting impressed on you, they may ask about your family details. At that time you can approach like this…..

            Well, Sir/Madam, talking about my family, my family consists of 5 members including me and my 2 elder brothers. My father is a farmer and mother is a housewife.

At the end don’t forget to wish them like, Thank you very much for giving a great opportunity to introduce myself in front of you.

            Thank you, sir/madam.

All the very Best
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Hi Dear Reader,

        In my previous article (Tell me about yourself) under career education, we discussed, how to answer the powerful question “Tell About Yourself”.    I believe that article helps you a lot.
        Now, I am focusing on “How to face Interview”. Means, here I would like to share my views on how to prepare for the interview, how to attend an interview, how to maintain your body language, and so on. So let us begin.
        Every candidate must ensure the following tips.
1.      Wear color-coordinated professional outfit.
2.       Be immaculate in your appearance.
3.       Give a firm handshake.
4.       Provide fresh copies (NOT FOLDED) of resume and your certificates to the interviewer.
5.       Maintain good eye contact throughout the interview. 

Prepare Well for the Interview:
        Find out concerning the company’s vision, goal, products, the work culture and the management of the website Then from the job description, analyze how appropriate you are as a candidate. You can’t be prepared for all queries as there can be some googlies and bouncers hurled at you. But there are some common interview queries and if you’re ready for them, half the battle is won. You’ll be less tongue-tied and seem additional assured if you’re prepared with the response. You can inspect what the questioner needs to know for the same.
Understand your Resume:
        You must and should know about the information, what you mention in your resume. Because the interviewer expecting your knowledge in the areas of what you mention only.

Feel Free and Be confident:
        Be feel free to speak with the interviewer while answering the questions. Don’t be smart while answering unknown questions. Don’t play games to cover wrong answers. If you don’t know the answer, be confident to say “I Don’t Know Sir”, It resembles your sincerity. Do eye contact throughout the interview.

All the best.
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Tuesday, October 4, 2016

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Liver Importance

Liver Importance

Dear reader,
Today, I would like to share my views about the importance of human liver. Our discussion starts with the following figure.

Scarred Liver:
        a. Fatty Livers:
                Sedentary lifestyle(without any physical work after taking food) higher intake of  fatty foods, higher alcohol consumption and smoking are widely practiced in today's generation. Who is recklessly taking their liver, for granted to clean up the mess?  

        b. Recognize the signs of Liver under attack:
                 Scar tissue build up leading to cirrhosis is a slow gradual process as cirrhosis scar tissues slowly replace with the healthy liver tissue. Liver first swells and then starts shrinking upon degrading of cirrhosis. In early state, cirrhosis are asymptomatic, wherein the liver still continues to function but as the disease progress, liver shrinks. We observe the following.
        i. Itching
        ii. Edema
        iii. Fatigue
        iv. Weakness and nausea
        v. Weight loss due to loss of appetite.
        vi. Fluid bluish in abdomen.
        vii. Confusion and slurred speech.

        c. Diagnosis the cirrhosis liver:
                General factors such as alcohol consumption, obesity, hepatitis infections etc., play a vital role in directing the diagnosis of cirrhosis along with analyzing the patient medical and functional history.
        d. Blood test:
                This includes for ANA(Anti-Nuclear Antibody), AMA(Anti-Mitochondrial Antibody), Blood alcohol level, hepatitis infections and iron levels to determine the factor of cirrhosis.
        e. Liver function test:
                A sample of blood taken to determine the liver damage upon the estimation of excessive levels of bilirubin released when red blood cells are break down. Others are analyzed under the liver function test intake albumin, globulin, total serum protein where enzymes like aspirate aminotransferase, alanine aminotransferase.
        f. Kidney function test:
                Later stages of cirrhosis are marked by a reduce in kidney function, which is determined by testing creatinine levels.
        g. Clotting test:
                Prothrombin time and the international normalized ratio tests are commonly recommended to assess liver function. This test measure the time taken by the blood to clot and elevated results are considered to be an indicator of liver disease.
Acute Viral Hepatitis:
          A series of blood tests are performed to detect any current or past hepatitis A, B, C and infections to further observe diagnose acute liver function.
        Early cirrhosis is deal by providing target treatment of it's various casual factors such as treatment program for alcohol consumption, controlling blood sugar levels and weight, medications to control Hepatitis infections. There exist no single treatment to cure cirrhosis or repair already scarred liver. But, as per the cause, and extent of liver damage suggest lifestyle and dietary changes.
Coping with cirrhosis:
          Suffering from a chronic cirrhosis is not easy and takes a full even on the strongest and healthiest mind. A condition like cirrhosis need proper care and follow ups when affected gets regular treatment.
        1. Proper vaccinations against infections like Influenza, Pneumonia, Hepatitis etc. should be taken.
        2. Limit the salt amount and protein in your diet.
        3. Keep proper dental hygiene to avoid any mouth inflammation and gum bleeding.

        This disease does not happen in a day. It may be a silent killer. For years damaging liver without any symptoms. Or may have with some complications when lifestyle involved consume drinking and addictive smoking much to the ignore for years by the affected cirrhosis is fatal if left attended. The therefore, do not take liver for granted to clean up the toxins accumulations.
        Detoxifying blood from harmful substances like alcohol, bacteria, chemicals, to storing vitamins, iron in blood and sugar glucose. Destroying old red blood cells and aiding in digestion by secreting bile. Our body largest glandular organ liver is a multi-worker.
        Liver health is important for maintain metabolism. And to perform over 500 functions important for survival. It not only aid in production of blood clotting protein i.e., K-Vitamin. But also, absorb dietary fats, cholesterol, Vitamins A, E and D working throughout the day and processing everything ingested.

        Blessed with the wonderful capacity to regenerate liver cells(Hepatocytes) have regenerate and grow back from as little as 25% available liver mess. After a surgical removal this regeneration start to fail when an individual is severely affected by a prolonged or severe alcohol consumption. Taking excess deposit of components, i.e., glycoproteins, collagens etc., that creates excessive fibrous scar tissues and abnormal regenerative nodules. The blood flow through liver and slowly the  production of proteins and other substances. The processing of drugs, toxins continuously injure liver over time leading to liver cirrhosis. A medical condition which convert a normal liver architecture into that of structurally abnormal nodules and fibrous scar tissues.  

With this information, I hope you would understand the importance of Liver. Please feel free to give comments or suggestions in the below section. See you in my next article.

Thank You.

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