By Dilip Saraf on 24 Jun 2012
In one of his books Dale Carnegie said that to really get people to do what you want from them entails knowing about yourself these four key factors:
How you look,
How you dress,
What you say, and
How you say it!
By Ashmin Ram on 19 Jun 2012
9 Powerful Reasons to More Drink Water:
By Dilip Saraf on 17 Jun 2012
During a typical job search, referencing is one the terminal states of the process. In almost all cases I find my clients calling me with urgency to round up the right references so that they can conclude the anxious process and land an offer. This blog is about how to manage this process well so that your job offer is not delayed—or even compromised—by this important step.
By Dilip Saraf on 10 Jun 2012
In my desire to help clients present their value proposition with force and uniqueness, I have developed the concept of an Inductive résumé.
By MySahana on 08 Jun 2012
People of all ages, including children, are prone to experiencing stress. While it’s important to recognize the difference between good stress ( http://www.mysahana.org/2010/11/good-stress-bad-stress/ ) and bad stress, some level of both types of stress is essential for a healthy life.
By aukeva on 07 Jun 2012
I moved to India after living in San Francisco for more than 15 years. I was anxious about a whole bunch of things during this move but not once I thought of driving. I consider myself one of the best drivers placed on the Earth. I have driven in mountains, plains, cities and mind you never gotten a ticket. OK I will admit that I was always drove above the speed limit and I am lucky.
By Dilip Saraf on 03 Jun 2012
As a career coach I have now worked with over 5,000 clients globally during the past 11 years. The most common need with which clients come to me is to break into management from being an individual contributor. A notch below that is their need on how to get into executive ranks (above a senior director), followed by how to be more effective in their leadership roles where they work.
By Dilip Saraf on 29 May 2012
Clients often call me when they are facing a conflict of some type in their careers. Although a dictionary defines a conflict as a fight, battle, or a prolonged struggle between opposing forces, a more benign and psychological view defines it as an emotional distress due to the opposition of incompatible wishes in a person or between two parties.
By aukeva on 25 May 2012
Back in the USA, I hardly carried any cash on me. Rarely I would have more than $20 on me as I would use my credit cards for all of my purchases.
By aukeva on 23 May 2012
Many Indians who emigrated to the USA, Europe and other countries, are moving back to India, largely due to better career and entrepreneurial opportunities in the fast growing Indian economy as well as strong family ties.
First of all, let me tell you the main reasons why I returned to India after living in the USA for more than 15 years.