01. On-line selling Trend in Growing

1. The Cloud Factor

When you think about putting in analytics, you most likely reach for Google Analytics. And you wouldn’t be alone. …

As a developer or freelancer, there is also times once you need to give the towel and decision it equal.

There might be several reasons for this and uncertainty may be a massive one.

Uncertain if your efforts can even pay off, if what you’re doing is true and if…

We tend to ignore the mental health of our own and people around us so much that we do not even realize how big of a problem it is today.

  • Be Kind and Polite. Whatever you say or do, DOES & WILL affect people around you.
  • Get at least 8…

Irrespective of your field, career path, your geographical diversity or culture, these 5 skills WILL help you; and sooner you conquer them, better you get at it over time.

01 Learn to Communicate Well

There’s a huge difference between intelligence and wisdom. And that difference is called perspective.

Intelligence boils down to curiosity and wisdom boils down to patience.

Intelligence will help you find right answers and wisdom helps you to find right questions.

Overuse of one attribute can wear you out while the other one can calm you down.

Both are needed in the right mix. Nurture accordingly.

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I have studied in both Kendriya Vidyalaya and a Convent private school.

While I was in KV, everyone was encouraged to participate in sports and cultural functions. Every single student was given a chance and motivation to speak in public.

Unfortunately this was not the case in my other school. We were not allowed to speak or put up our opinions. Students were not given any opportunity to speak or perform in front of masses.

Before joining this school I was a confident boy and ended up graduating as a shy person with stage fright.

It took me years to overcome these challenges and fear.

A phrase which can almost immediately destroy your credibility is “I will try”.

A person who says “I will try…” has accepted failure and can use it as an excuse or getaway.

A person who hears “I will try…” is left with doubt and chance of success. What probability? No…

There is this saying in Sanskrit:

Shanti Tulyam Tapo Naasti, Na Shantoshaat Param Sukham, Na Trushnayah Paro Vyadhirne, Cha Dharmo Dayaparah.


Shaanti samaan koi tapasya nahi hoti, Man ki santushti samaan koi Sukh nahi. Lobh samaan ko rog nahi hota, aur daya-karuna samaan koi dharm nahi.


There is no pursuit like pursuing peace of mind, there is no happiness like being content. There is no illness bigger than greed and there is no Religion bigger than compassion.

Aditya Agrahari

Dreamer | Learner | Writer

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