Sunday, July 18, 2010


So this is a cliched idea for a blog post (but who cares?). I left my first job on 15th July after nearly spending two years. It was my first time to deal with "professional" world. And it indeed did teach me few things -

1. An hour for you everyday keeps you happy and if you really want to do it, you'll find time for you *anyway*.

2. At any moment of distress, remember "this moment will pass". Talk to your roommates and friends. They are the real stress-busters.

3. Its better to spend some of the "browsing breaks" on something else other than social-networks.

4. To err is human. Be little lenient to others. Who knows, you may go wrong some day.

5. Instead of having "I-am-concerned-with-only-my-work" attitude, discuss ideas with others and let others discuss their ideas with you.

6. Identify your most creative time of the day and try to make the most of it.

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