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A Comeback Lesson In Serve And Volley

Aided by the sultry Chennai weather, the Indian Davis Cup team scripted a famous come-from-behind victory at Chennai, outplaying Brazil in both the singles matches on Sunday, the 19th of September, 2010. This time though, the victory was achieved in

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Posted in India, sports, Tennis

Wimbledon Finals: A Preview

So, it’s final! The last men and women standing at Wimbledon are Serena & Vera, Tomas & Rafael. 11 days of tennis and the draw has whittled down to these 4 contenders for the throne at the green lawns at

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Posted in sports, Tennis

Theory of Constraints

Theory of Constraints (TOC) gets its name from the fact that all enterprises are constrained by something. If they weren’t, they could grow as large and as fast as they wanted. But one has to monitor Wall Street or Main

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Posted in Finance, Leadership, Management, Project Management, Thought

Indian men at the Grand Slams

With Somdev Devvarman qualifying for the French Open main draw – his second Grand Slam appearance after the 2009 US Open, let’s look at the best Grand Slam appearances by any Indian male player in any men’s professional singles Grand

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Posted in India, sports, Tennis

Managing Your Personal Information Environment

Attributes of people who consider themselves to be highly proficient at managing their own personal information , both at work and at home. 1> They avoided gadgets. Most find a few key tools and stuck to them. Most are universally

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Posted in Management, software, technology

Quotes & Asides

Image via Wikipedia I can’t understand it. I can’t even understand the people who can understand it. – Queen Juliana —> What’s to understand? None but a coward dares to boast that he has never known fear. – Ferdinand Foch

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Posted in thought for today

Ernest Hemingway’s Top 5 Tips For Writing Well

Ernest Hemingway’s Top 5 Tips For Writing Well

by Brian Clark

http://www.copyblogger.com/ernest-hemingway-top-5-tips-for-writing-well/

Who better?

Many business people faced with the task of writing for marketing purposes are quick to say:

Hey, I’m no Hemingway!

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Posted in blogging, fun, language, Thought
  • IF YOU CANNOT SAY/WRITE WHAT YOU FEEL, YOU'RE BEST OFF NOT SAYING/WRITING ANYTHING AT ALL! 3 weeks ago
  • People only echo what they believe, not what they do not. 3 weeks ago
  • If it feels unjust, it usually is. It helps to know why and, better still, explain why. 3 weeks ago
  • Giving and gifting are not the same. The giver expects; giving should be sustainable. The gifter does not. Gifting is usually excess. 3 weeks ago
  • A change of heart in one does not necessarily imply a change of heart in all. 3 weeks ago
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