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Newsletter Issue 31 : Dec 1, 2010 - Dec 31, 2010

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A life without vows is like a ship without an anchor or like an edifice that is built on sand instead of a solid rock.

Mahatma Gandhi

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Happy New Year

 

We will open the book.

Its pages are blank.

We are going to put words on them ourselves.

The book is called Opportunity & its first chapter is New Year's Day.

new year's resolution success tip

Most of us will make a New Year's resolution - maybe to quit smoking or lose weight - but only one in 10 of us will succeed, say researchers.

But before you give up altogether, it is possible to boost your chances of success, UK psychologists report.

Study leader Professor Richard Wiseman, who is based at the University of Hertfordshire, found more than half of those in the study believed they would be able to stick to their resolution. But by the end of the year, just 12% had been successful.

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We in India are blessed with intelligence & hunger for success.

With six decades of stability as a nation, the humane culture that has nourished us & the need for doing well, places us right in the place from where to leap forward.

The right nurturing can create a whole lot of entrepreneurial sparks that may transform us as a society.

What makes intrapreneurship distinctive is its focus on realization of opportunity.

in_cr_ove training workshop on intrapreneurship inspire participants to not only realise opportunities that come their way but also create opportunities as they go along.

10 principles of intrapreneurship

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keeping senior citizens safe

India has a whopping 60 million senior citizens, even though it's a young country overall. (That 60 million represents only 5% of the population.) Providing those seniors with good health care is a growing problem. This is partly because of changes in the family structure — the "joint family system" under which extended Hindu families lived under the same roof and cared for both young children and elders communally has been in decline for some time now. Also, many young people have moved to developed countries.

Munoth Communications, an Indian Telecom Company, was quick to realize this potential in the senior citizen segment and came up with a unique solution.

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entrepreneur nation

Sanjeev Dhawan

As a visitor from India, I was awestruck by the well functioning city, beautiful people and all round prosperity. I later visited other parts of Taiwan and even in smaller towns & cities, the trend was pleasantly replicated.

I was really surprised as to how a small island nation, with little or, no natural resources could afford to become such a success.

and why, we in India can not?

The answer started revealing as I went through my business.

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should we celebrate the new year?

In the season of scams and corruption, no one has been spared. Not even the survivors of the Tsunami, who despite generous donations from corporate giants, are forced to live in the middle of a swamp, battling diseases.
The resettlement colony for 830 Tsunami-affected families of Palayar village in Tamil Nadu's Nagapattinam district was built in a swamp with hefty corporate donations. For almost eight months in a year it remains flooded.

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