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Stress at the Workplace

“Pressure is a stress or force acting in any direction against resistance.”

How To Work Under Pressure?

  • First step towards being able to work well under pressure is to be skilled at planning. Be prepare for surprise actions in advance.
  • Second step in learning how to work under pressure is to maintain control.
  • Thirdly, evaluate the issue and describe it confidently.
  • Don’t show confusion by acts and actions.
  • Before explaining the issue make to-do list first that all points can be explained.
  • Always manage the time.
  • Think positive and focused on your work.

    Work pressure is a response people may have when presented with work demands and pressures that are not matched to their knowledge and abilities or sometimes unforeseen obstacles, deadlines are the reasons.

    Work pressure is a response people may have when presented with work demands and pressures that are not matched to their knowledge and abilities or sometimes unforeseen obstacles, deadlines are the reasons.

Everyone responds to pressure differently, the main thing is to be self-aware and understand how you act in pressurized situations.

 
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Posted by on June 8, 2015 in #deadlines, #pressure, #work Force

 

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What is Woman Power?

Women who openly display their power, knowledge, and skill, receiving public recognition and honor.

Being a strong, independent woman doesn’t necessarily require that you be a die-hard feminist. Rather, it means learning to express who you are at your core, whether you are shy and soft-spoken or loud and assertive, without trying to fit a certain mold implied by your being a female.

Women have determined the course of events and the forms of human culture. We originated, founded, governed, prophesied, created great art, fought for our rights, and for our peoples. These are the women edited out of history, their stories omitted, distorted, and replaced with an endless litany of men (and the occasional queen or meddling concubine).

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Be Confident. Don’t compare yourself to other women.

For me, feeling empowered is an inside job. There isn’t just one pill you take and all is well in your world. To feel empowered you have to continually make choices that are going to be in the highest good for yourself and others around you.

There are many historical accounts of women warriors, and women often fought to defend their homes, their people and their country. However, although it is hard for many people today to conceive of such broad female authority, in some societies women had the formal power to veto the decision to go to war.

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Instead of pretending that all women share the same experience, that we are one in the same let’s make the word “woman” a perpetual agent of change. Instead of repeating history by chaining ourselves to one specific definition or concept, let’s make the word “woman” a celebration of each of our uniqueness.

According to the Harvard Business Review, women’s earned income is also rising, growing at 8.1% versus 5.8% for men. This has tremendous implications for women’s purchasing power. Indeed, it has tremendous implications for women’s power — period.

Women represent the largest market opportunity in the world. Globally, they control $20 trillion in annual consumer spending (U.S. dollars).

Being a woman is always defined in opposition to a man … and so being a woman becomes living up to other people’s expectations.

Pop-culture tells us that a real woman knows how to use her body to get what she wants, wielding the power of attraction, seducing with her animal magnetism. But question is how much power is there in being a carrot on a stick that is dangled in front of someone? And we can’t help but notice that when men try to flatter woman, they often use words like “enchanting” and “mysterious.” But those words seem like a subconscious attempt by them to place some distance between them.

 
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Posted by on May 23, 2015 in #lady, #strength

 

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What is 3G?

3G A mobile communications standard that allows mobile phones, computers, and other portable electronic devices to access the Internet wirelessly.

G in 2G, 3G and 4G stands for the “Generation” of the mobile network.A higher number before the ‘G‘ means more power to send out and receive more information and therefore the ability to achieve a higher efficiency through the wireless network.

Most people usually refer to the third generation technology as 3G. Third-generation wireless technology is the advanced wireless technology. This technology enhances the features that were available in second generation and adds further advanced features. This technology is widely used in mobile phones and data cards.

This wireless telecommunication platform brings together all the features of the second generation of technology and integrates them with various systems to create a self-sustaining and high-speed connection route. Despite its impressive presence and acceptance, the 3G, like any other technology, has its own shares of advantages and disadvantages.

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3G Features :

Getting information is one of the best features of the 3G technology meaning you would additionally view the latest news as well as headlines, receiving data like the weather, sports and economic information. You have the ability to get the up-to-date scores for an actual baseball match as well as other favorite sports or shows. The improved caliber of facilities as well as speed of 3G devices may permit you to see music clips as well as film clips with very clear images, when held in comparison to 2.5G technology devices.

3G offers greater security features than 2G like Network Access Security, Network Domain Security, User Domain Security, Application Security.

This technology provides localized services for accessing traffic and weather updates.

Advantages of 3G:

  • Overcrowding is relieved in existing systems with radio spectrum.
  • Bandwidth, security and reliability are more.
  • Provides interoperability among service providers.
  • Availability of fixed and variable rates.
  • Support to devices with backward compatibility with existing networks.
  • Always online devices – 3G uses IP connectivity which is packet based.
  • Rich multi media services are available.
  • The 3G mobile can be used as a modem for a computer which can access internet and can download games and songs at high speed.
  • 3G technology provides high quality voice calls and video calls.
  • View live TV broadcasting in mobile. Get weather updates and news headlines in mobiles.

Disadvantages of 3G:

  • Requires closer base stations and are expensive
  • Problem with the availability of handsets in few regions and their costs.
  • High power consumption.
  • Service provider has to pay high amount for 3G licensing and agreements.
 
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Posted by on May 22, 2015 in #Mobile, #Network

 

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Difference between 3g and 4g?

4G, short for fourth generation, is the fourth generation of mobile telecommunications technology, succeeding 3G and preceding 5G.

In one word: fast! To be technical, 4G stands for “4th generation” mobile data protocol. But as a growing band of 4G users will tell you, it’s all about the speed.

What is 4G LTE? 

LTE stands for Long Term Evolution. It’s a term used for the particular 4G protocol that delivers the fastest mobile Internet experience. Some experts even refer to it as “true 4G.” A 4G LTE network is therefore one that operates at the leading edge of speed and reliability.

4G phones are supposed to be even faster, but that’s not always the case. There are so many technologies called “4G,” and so many ways to implement them, that the term is almost meaningless. The International Telecommunications Union, a standards body, tried to issue requirements to call a network 4G but they were ignored by carriers, and eventually the ITU backed down. 4G technologies include HSPA+ 21/42, the now obsolete WiMAX, and LTE (although some consider LTE the only true 4G of that bunch, and some people say none of them are fast enough to qualify.)

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The reasons that 3G is still necessary are:

  • 4G networks cover a smaller area than 3G, meaning that 3G is still needed in many areas
  • 4G technologies sometimes have short range, making it harder to gain significant network spread across Australia’s spread-out population.

In 2015, almost everyone should have a 4G phone. Verizon now has nationwide 4G LTE coverage. T-Mobile and MetroPCS have nationwide HSPA+ 42 and growing LTE networks. AT&T has broad LTE coverage. Sprint is still building out LTE, but by next year the carrier aims to be comprehensive.

When to go with 3G:

You might want to skip the 4G route and opt for a 3G phone if:

Your area doesn’t have 4G network coverage.
You don’t really use a lot of data-hungry applications.

When to go with 4G

It really depends what you use the internet for. If you’re a very occasional email-checker and download the odd application then we’d say no. If you like browsing, using social media, uploading photos, streaming videos or music, or really doing anything other than the most basic web-related activities, then 4G has great advantages.

If you like to surf the Web and especially stream video, 4G can be heaven. If you connect a laptop to your mobile link, 4G makes a huge difference. In general, anything involving transferring large amounts of data gets a big boost from 4G. Watch out for the data limits on your service plan, though; it’s easy to use up a lot of data very quickly with 4G.

 
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Posted by on May 22, 2015 in #Mobile, #Tech, #WiMAX

 

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Self Confidence…

Self Confidence…

“A manager can read you the moment you walk in the door”

If our actions are not supported by our current beliefs then those beliefs will begin to lose their credibility. This opens the way for new beliefs that are being validated by the signals coming from our new behaviors.

 Therefore, we can conclude that our Self-Confidence or “belief in self” has its origins in three major areas: 

  • the reflections of the opinions of others,
  • your internal assessment of the opinions of others about your competencies, and finally,
  • your opinion, in a given situation or circumstance, of the adequacy of your personal inventory of skills, abilities, and achievements.

If people have high self-efficacy in an area, then they think, feel, and behave in a way that contributes to and reinforces their success, and improves their personal satisfaction. They’re more likely to view obstacles as challenges to overcome, so they aren’t afraid to face new things. They recover quickly from setbacks, because they view failure more as a result of external circumstances than internal weaknesses. In general, believing in your abilities affects your motivation, your choices, your toughness, and your determination.

Personality Traits of a Confident Person

Self-Assured
Ambitious
Sociable
Competitive
Risk Taking
Hard Working
Determined
Accepting
Shrewd
Positive

When you earn trust and respect, then no matter where you go or what you try, you do it with true confidence. Because you know the people who truly matter the most are truly behind you.

 
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Posted by on May 19, 2015 in #Ambitious, #Competitive

 

Is this BlackBerry’s First Android Phone?

Is this BlackBerry’s First Android Phone?

TechCrunch

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For the past month or so, the general thinking around the rumor mill has been that BlackBerry is working on an Android phone. If you can’t beat’em, join’em, right?

Now we’ve got a rough idea of what their first Android handset might look like.

Posted by the endlessly resourceful Evan Blass (aka evleaks), the photo shows a device that appears to have curves on both halves of its display — not unlike Samsung’s Galaxy S6 Edge. It’s said to be called the BlackBerry “Venice”, though that’s likely a codename.

If you’re paying extra close attention, you might note that the general silhouette of the device is quite similar to something that BlackBerry themselves quietly showed off back at Mobile World Congress in March. That device, however, appeared to be…

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Posted by on July 5, 2015 in #Idea

 

After Water

After Water

After Water.

Longreads

Susie Cagle | Longreads | June 2015 | 21 minutes (5,160 words)

The sun was going down in East Porterville, California, diffusing gold through a thick and creamy fog, as Donna Johnson pulled into the parking lot in front of the Family Dollar.

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Since the valley started running dry, this has become Johnson’s favorite store. The responsibilities were getting overwhelming for the 70-year-old: doctors visits and scans for a shoulder she injured while lifting too-heavy cases of water; a trip to the mechanic to fix the truck door busted by an overeager film crew; a stop at the bank to deposit another generous check that’s still not enough to cover the costs of everything she gives away; a million other small tasks and expenses. But at the Family Dollar she was singularly focused, in her element.

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Posted by on July 3, 2015 in #Idea

 

Advantages and Disadvantages of Linux

Advantages and Disadvantages of Linux.

 
 

Meet Musio, A Robot That Talks Back

Meet Musio, A Robot That Talks Back

Next step toward the creation of a robot that you can really, truly talk to.

TechCrunch

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Natural language and machine learning company AKA says it’s taking the next step toward the creation of a robot that you can really, truly talk to, with a new project called Musio.

Members of the AKA team demonstrated an Android-based prototype for me last week. As you can see in the video, Musio should be able to carry on a normal conversation, complete with bad jokes and (thanks to Bluetooth connections to smart devices) magic tricks. Why would you want that? Well, besides the novelty and fun of having a talking robot, it could be useful for practicing English and other learning activities, and for controlling smart home devices.

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[related_articles] To be clear, this version of Musio is very much a prototype. Its conversation followed an established script (and I wasn’t allowed to butt in). But linguist Jacob Bradsher promised that when the product launches next year…

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Posted by on June 1, 2015 in #Idea

 

5 Things I learned in 5 Years of living in Pakistan

5 Things I learned in 5 Years of living in Pakistan

Amazing.!

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When I made the decision to move to the notorious land called Pakistan because of my husband’s job, there were mixed reactions from the community (to say the least). My non-Pakistani, non-Muslim friends were terrified for my safety and were keen on reminding me of the short list of freedoms and long list of restrictions soon to be imposed.  As for the Pakistani-American communities, their concerns involved my husband’s salary, the tough humidity and the eternal inconvenience of load-shedding.  Ignoring all concerns, I decided to take on the adventure and assured my friends that I was happy and ready for anything! Boy did I lie. I was terrified- but very much in love.

  1. I had been living in the American Bubble

As Americans, we value our privacy, our personal space, our neatly scheduled routines and our mood swings.  After struggling through some awkward social encounters and unannounced guests coming to…

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Posted by on June 1, 2015 in #Idea