Looking for our dream job

Ever since we started the Young Professional Program, it has not only attracted the attention of many Young Professionals but also students and jobseekers. With this, we have decide to conduct a brainstorming session for this group of sign-ups. We were interested to find out about the primary reasons that caused the students and jobseekers […]

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15 things you should do before turning 30

Turning 30 is a big milestone in your life. The most of us will get more responsibilities and will get less time to enjoy everything the world offers us. Business Insider summed up 15 things you have to do before turning 30, you will be glad you did this!   Picture from: pinterest.com

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Change begins with a dream

We tend to dream a lot more when we were younger. We have the idea that we can do anything, and be whatever we want. However, as we progressively start to get more involved in the working world, we lose these dreams that we used to have. Sometimes we should put our tasks on hold […]

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Difference between stress and burnout

Burnout may be the result of unrelenting stress, but it isn’t the same as too much stress. Stress, by and large, involves too much: too many pressures that demand too much of you physically and psychologically. Stressed people can still imagine, though, that if they can just get everything under control, they’ll feel better. Burnout, on the […]

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”The Lost Generation”

This short but inspiring movie tells us the story about the lost generation. It got us thinking about how we see ourselves in the society today and what the future will look like.

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Reasons why you are always tired

You don’t drink enough water According to Amy Goodson, RD, a dietician, being dehydrated takes a toll on energy levels. Even if it is as little as 2% of normal fluid loss. Dehydration causes a reduction in blood volume which will make the blood thicker. In other words, your heart pumps less efficiently, reducing the […]

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Ted Talks: The happy secret to better work

For years, we believe that work and success leads to happiness, but what if it is the other way around? Shawn Achor, an expert in the field of positive psychology at Harvard University, poses in one of the famous Ted Talks of 2011, that happiness and joy can boost properly. Although this video was dated three […]

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7 Foods that could help lower your stress levels

When you’re stressed out, you might be inclined to reach for a bag of chips or a cupcake. That’s normal. According to a recent survey by the Harvard School of Public Health, NPR, and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, 39% of people say they eat more when they’re stressed out. Another 44% say they eat […]

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10 ways to be happy at work

Choose to be happy at work Happiness is largely a choice! You can choose to be happy at work. Sounds simple. But simplicity is often profoundly difficult to put into action. The main idea is to think positively about your work, dwell on the aspects of your work you like. Avoid negative people and gossip. […]

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