After I retired, my wife insisted that I accompany her on her trips to Walmart. Unfortunately, like most men, I found shopping boring and preferred to get in and get out. Equally unfortunate, my wife is like most women – she loves to browse. Yesterday my dear wife received the following letter from the local Walmart Continue reading “Note for the Shopaholics and Non Shopaholics”
Are you maintaining a good work life balance? Most kids of working professionals have a degree of insecurity, despite the time you may think you are carving out for them. Do remember, work life balance not only keeps the harmony in your home but also improves the longevity of hard working professionals.
What do you prefer to do as a professional? What are your priorities in your life?
Do you have a super talker in your office? What do you call him? How do you handle his incessant ranting about things that bother you the least? Some people simply would not talk.
Ever wondered what the banking manager may tell you when you apply for a loan? Don’t be surprised if you hear something like this from the bank manager when you meet him on your appointment.
Apple has surprised us with many innovative product launches in recent times, some more useful than the other. Steve Jobs is known for pushing his teams to innovate beyond barriers. How about something like this for the executives so that they can work while on the move? Whats up next Stevey? Just you wait and see 😉
Will it be Apple, or Will it be Microsoft? Who wins the battle of the titans? Check out this humorous cartoon on Steve Jobs vs Bill Gates.
Three professionals were riding in a car: a hardware technician, a systems analyst, and a programmer. The systems analyst is driving and when they come to a steep hill he finds that the brakes have failed and the car is accelerating out of control. So, the driver starts pumping the emergency brake, downshifting the gears, and rubbing the wheels’ rims against the curb. He finally manages to bring the car to a stop.
The three professionals climb out and assess the situation.
Hardware technician: “Let’s try and fix it. I’ll crawl under the car and take a look. ”
Systems analyst: “No. I think we should get someone qualified to fix it, a specialist in brakes.”
Programmer: “Why don’t we just get back in and see if it happens again?”
Moral of the story: There’s an urgent need to come out of your comfort zone to taste success
Facebook is the cyber tool which enables you to stop worrying about wasting time even when your schedule is super busy, by making you play the stupidest quizzes and talk about not-so-important things in your life, with friends with only an online existence.
Check out this humorous cartoon sketch of Facebook.
Its funny how much inadvertently we tend to depend more and more on technology to run our lives. So much so, we fail to understand how much it has actually taken control of the way we do our everyday work. While technology has, with no doubt, made its impression on the progress of mankind, what has it taken away? Few years hence, will we become toys in the hands of intelligent technologies, as our fiction movies sometimes depict? Continue reading “The Digital Age Cannot Resolve Everything”
Check out how Dr. Yoram Bauman gives a humorous insight to what economics is. He gives entertaining insights while entertaininig the audience, throughout the lecture. How difficult is that? Way to go Dr. Bauman, we love the way you present theory. Wish every class could be as entertaining also. Continue reading “A humorous perspective to economics”