Varun M.

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Focus On Delegation And Multiply Income

Frank Sinatra didn’t move pianos. Most top performers spend only a relatively small percentage of their time achieving the results they’re known for. The very best spend the rest of their time doing things to prepare them to be the best when they’re “on stage.”Delegation of… Continue Reading →

Focus On Free Time And Multiply Productivity

One of the major issues for almost all entrepreneurs is increasing their revenue, cash flow, and personal income. Let me tell you one shocking and somewhat scary fact: The secret to dramatically increasing your productivity and your income lies in taking more free time away… Continue Reading →

Focus On Vision And Multiply Progress

In order to multiply your results in all areas of life, it’s critical that you have a compelling and exciting vision of your future. If your future vision isn’t significantly better than what your life looks like now, why change anything? Entrepreneurs with a clear,… Continue Reading →

35 Google’s Tricky Interview Questions

Do you have an IQ more than 130? This question is put to check “Intellectual Humility” and “Yes” could be the worst answer to this. Remembering your IQ score sends a wrong message of your insecurity and self-aggrandizement. What shall we have for… Continue Reading →

How Interviewers Try To Figure Out Who You Really Are?

If you want to hire a great candidate, you’d better ask the right questions. And sometimes, the questions that tell you the most about a person are the ones that seem the least likely to yield anything relevant. From hypothetical elephants… Continue Reading →

Top 10 Ways to Nail the Interview

Just use these 10 points to do before any interview to completely nail it: Breathe deeply, and try not to panic. That was easy. Phew! Try to set up your meeting for one full week (five business days) from the… Continue Reading →

Why Is Scrum Called Scrum?

A question asked at an interview on the role for a tester: When Jeff Sutherland created the scrum process in 1993, he borrowed the term “scrum” from an analogy put forth in a 1986 study by Takeuchi and Nonaka, published… Continue Reading →

Interviewing and Selling Yourself

Career development center senior survival sessions by Mylene Barizo, Vice President of Human Resources Recruiting, Enterprise Rent-A-Car (Washington and Alaska).

5 Body Language Mistakes to Avoid in Interviews

Verbal as well as non-verbal cues can make or break an interview. We unknowingly do some actions that are not good for our careers on our interviews. Here is a list of body language mistakes compiled by Jacquelyn Smith for… Continue Reading →

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