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Why Should Change Be Your Constant?

So what do I mean by this statement? Any seasoned account manager will take offence to this. “After all, what’s the use? I know how to sell. I’m good at it and I’ve been doing it for years.” So what’s the point? Well, chances are, you may be absolutely correct. You might have been a […]

Has Anyone Seen my Glasses?

So what did you forget today? Your keys, your watch, your lunch…Are you going senile?? Forgetfulness or in other words impairments to memory, communication and thinking, is called dementia. Understandably, the likelihood of having dementia increases with age. However, it is not a normal part of aging. A normal part of agi

October Haunts across Nations!

October is a month full of scary and haunted happenings… Witches and haunted houses, ghosts, ghouls and jack-o’-lanterns often carved with monstrous and grotesque faces symbolizing the awakening of spirits or goblins. Halloween, also known as All Hallows’ Eve is celebrated every October 31 on the eve of the We

Planning to do Business in India?

In India, Independence Day is observed annually on 15th August. It is a national holiday commemorating the nation’s freedom from British rule on 15th August 1947. This day also marks the partition of India into two countries divided along religious lines. India is considered a country of villages and essentially is a melt

Indian Premier League (IPL)

The Indian Premier League (IPL) is a cricket tournament played in India and various parts of the world in the months of April and May each year. At present, there are ten teams from all over India participating in this tournament. These ten teams consist of top notch players from all over the world. Top international cric

Multi-Lingual Popes

  Weeks away from Easter, and just at the start of Christians’ Lent season, we followed the news regarding the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI and the group of Cardinal-Electors that were inside the Sistine Chapel appointed to elect his successor, the new Spiritual Leader for the 1.2 billion Roman Catholics arou

Holidays with multicultural families

This holiday, like many others we will be gathering at my mother-in-law’s to celebrate the holidays. The crowd that gathers there for Christmas is just as colorful as the lights strung outside on the roof, ranging from various generations to different cultures, languages and foods. For years the tradition has been for the