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Ghulam Sughra Solangi and Marie Curie-Uncovering Our Greatness

This is a monthly column on becoming a great human being and has two opinions on the subject from eastern and western parts of the world namely Dr Amit Nagpal from India and Michael Thallium from Spain. If you wish to read more articles on this topic, please visit The Joys of Teaching by Dr Amit Nagpal. - See more at: This is a monthly column on becoming a great human being and has two opinions on the subject from eastern and western parts of the world namely Michael Thallium from Spain.and Dr Amit Nagpal from India Michael Thallium, Spain Imagine you are woman. It is not very difficult to do so if you are already one. Now imagine you are a twelve year old girl. Not too difficult either, if you are already one, although I pretty much doubt you would be reading this if you are a twelve year old girl. If so, congratulations, because this is about you..

BNI Incredibles, Gurgaon--A Story of Networking and Bonding

An Incredible Story of Success through Collaboration A Senior Finance Executive who quit his job at American Express to start a health food restaurant  A CA who started a recruitment consulting firm to put round pegs in round holes  A Signage systems expert who brought the 80 year old pioneering business from Chawri Bazaar to Gurgaon  A IIT IIM graduate & high flying executive who became a passionate photographer  A Senior Executive from radio industry who started an event management company  A Dentist who was sent on deputation to NSG  A Senior Gynecologist from AIIMS who has started a holistic women wellness clinic chain. You can meet all these zealous entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs at one place i.e. BNI Incredibles. Imagine the energy in the room when so many passionate entrepreneurs come together. (Make sure you stay in control and don’t get hyper because of the high energy around you). With such energy, it's no big surprise that referrals worth Rs 11 c

Dr Prakash Hindustani-A Story of a Hopeless Optimist and Journalist

My Story “Go as far as you can see. When you will reach there you will see further” J.P. Morgan I followed the above principle and took strange and bizarre decisions in my life. I left a government job and became a journalist at one third of the salary. Even in journalism, from daily to weekly, from newspaper to TV, from TV to web journalism, from web back to TV, the journey and switchovers continued. The bright side was that I got a chance to work across multiple platforms, from print to TV to web media. (Photo- Receiving ABP News Award from Dr Kumar Vishwas) One thing which I never gave too much thought to during these transitions was my salary. The paradox was that at one time, I was the highest paid editor of my city, and at other time I was a journalist who had switched jobs at two thirds of the salary. I didn’t think twice in shifting cities also and the result was that I got a chance to meet and work with a variety of friends in many media organisations acro