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Be hard on yourself: Ask yourself if you make sense,or you are crazy.You can listen to everybody else but finally follow your heart.


A first impression is made in less than 30 seconds.


Love your company: It is important to have a feeling of ownership, a sense of mission and a state of belongingness to be able to achieve and deliver.


There is never going to be a precisely right moment to speak, share an idea, or take a chance: Just take the moment.


Nothing beats Tenacity and persistence:if your talent isn’t there yet, you can always develop it to what it will eventually be.


Every year or two, spend time thinking about your career: Go out and warm up your network, check out new opportunities.


The higher you need to rise, you need to shed the weight of your ego. Some learn it the difficult way, and some adopts humility as the way of life.


Let go the ego: The higher you move, the more you need to get things done from your team members AND the more you need to align up with clients.


The best career or job is the one in which you are using the skills you enjoy: Try to Keep an open mind.


Rule number 1 for dealing with bad bosses: It is okay to question authority.


Do not Hide Your Failures: Your career will accelerate if people understand what you are doing and that you are taking risks.


Let go the ego: If you want to take them along, you need to respect their ego more than yours.


Stand out from the crowd: It is important to produce something a bit different to get noticed for an interview.


Play to your strengths:Putting your focus on those things that you are strongest at, over time makes you an expert at it.


Embrace uncertainty: The need for clarity and certainty stops most of us before we even start. But the reality is no one has it all figured out.


Do not follow your passion; Instead,always make sure that you follow your effort.


Do not ask for the earth: Asking for a promotion is one thing, asking for a pay rise and extra privileges at the same time might not be a good idea.


Love your company and be helpful to the employees and the employers: Criticizing someone strength and weakness would not help anyone.


Create value for clients: You work for a company, but your salary bills are paid by the clients that the company has. Think about them.


Surround yourself with good people: Avoid smalltalk and gossips. Remain positive. Every coin and thought has two or more aspects.