Big twist: Dismembered human remains were found in Delhi’s Trilokpuri month after Shraddha’s death

Prepare For Life After Crisis: 5 Key Considerations

Although, we are presently, experiencing, a period, like no other, in recent memory, it is essential, to prepare, not only, for the necessary actions, and precautions, needed, to successfully, overcome these obstacles, but, also, be ready to effectively plan, for the future, and to consider, the best way to plan, and proceed, accordingly, If we have learned, anything, from this current crisis, it should be, we would be better served, if our public officials, planned better and more effectively. It’s essential for us, to be better prepared, in the future, and while, obviously addressing this pandemic, in the best way,…

Why Aren’t Leaders SMARTER?

After, over four decades of involvement, in nearly all aspects of leadership, from identifying, and qualifying, to training, leadership planning, and, personally, serving as a leader, on several occasions, in a variety of positions and groups, I have often wondered, why so many seemingly, smart/ intelligent/ educated individuals, do not become far SMARTER leaders! Most organizations, these days, would benefit, from this, yet, very few, seem to be willing to pay sufficient attention, to quality, relevant, meaningful planning. With that in mind, this article will attempt to briefly, consider, examine, review, and discuss, using the mnemonic approach, what this means and represents,…

5 Reasons Many Still Have Faith In This President

Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me again, shame on me. Nearly all of us, at some point, have heard this sage advice, yet, it seems, especially in their trying times, quite a few of us, have seemed, to not pay much attention, when it’s most needed!

Improving Your Day – How to Be Positive

In troubled times as of today, how do you stay positive? You are confined indoors and feel bored to death. How can you improve your day?

Are There Signs Your Career Stalled? It’s Time for a Mindset Tune-Up

You’ve started your job and worked hard in your career, and yet for some reason you are no longer feeling a sense of fulfillment any longer. It may seem to you the harder you work, the less you are being recognized for your work, or you are summarized in your performance reviews by short sentences of how you have failed, rather than how you have succeeded. The work you enjoy has now reached a point where you are tolerating it as you need the income, or perhaps you do not foresee a future with the company you are working for as you are not appreciated or noticed. The longer you find yourself feeling unfulfilled, unappreciated, or unnoticed in or for your performance at work, you are going to reach a point in which your entire career may seem as if it has been stalled. If your present employer doesn’t willingly acknowledge you as an employee, or at least the person you report to directly, how will your career ever advance? What’s the point of developing career goals if you are not moving forward along?

The Toddler’s Brain!

Want to learn how the more things change, the more they stay the same? Begin here to understand the toddler’s brain and our past thinking.

Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence: Back to Basics

Both Machine learning and artificial intelligence are common terms used in the field of computer science. However, there are some differences between the two. In this article, we are going to talk about the differences that set the two fields apart.

7 Tips to Help You Buy a New Apartment

Buying an apartment is not a small deal. Therefore, make sure you consider a few important things before making this decision. In this article, we are going to take a look at 7 tips that can help you make an informed decision and you won’t be ripped off.

Guns, Germs and Steel by Jared Diamond

Jared Diamond’s Guns, Germs and Steel purports to present A Short History of Everybody for the Last 13,000 Years. It was written as an answer to a question as to why the transfer of ideas, influence and technology happens predominantly from Europeans to others. Guns, Germs and Steel can be understood to be war, disease and technology, the elements that facilitated the colonial expansion of the European powers. While war and technology facilitated the battles, it was the germs that wreaked the greatest havoc via pandemics that wiped out entire civilisations. Corona virus now provides a context to remind us all that perhaps no-one is ever really immune to the effects of history.

Women Are Naturally Sexually Passive With a Lover

Women accept intercourse because they are unresponsive. A woman can only respond to male initiative. Most stimulation in any encounter is initiated by men.

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