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  • Attention And Sex

    A nice article from Scott Berkun. An accomplished author on Project Management. Whenever someone is lost in waves of e-mail and information, they’re oftenoblivious to the deepest tragedy of their time. It’s not the stress of dealingwith so many requests and obligations (as real and challenging as that stressmight be). It’s that somewhere in the […]

    By Arun Verma March 27, 2006 Leave a comment
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  • Want To Work Hard? Take it Easy!

    In a world of too much work and too much multitasking, the best way to beat the competition may be to do less. Anne Fisher, Fortune’s Senior Writer says that to work smarter, it’s best to slack off.

    By Arun Verma March 26, 2006 Leave a comment
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  • Shifting Focus

    I just feel so wonderful when I finish a creative project. The sense of achievement is overwhelming. The creative satisfaction is mind-blowing. The exhilarating feeling of looking at a finished piece takes the driver’s seat. Ah! I love creating. Many creative breakthroughs occur when focus is shifted from one angle of a problem to another. […]

    By Arun Verma March 24, 2006 9 Comments
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  • Writing A Book? Write Your Book’s Working Title

    This will help you focus on the topic and gives you a concept to start working with. Ensure that the title is clear to you and answers the many questions that are doing the rounds in your mind. ‘Class X Mathematics without a calculator’ is a great title to start a book which focuses on […]

    By Arun Verma March 23, 2006 1 Comment
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  • Overcoming Creator’s Block

    Here are a few suggestions on overcoming creator’s block. 1. For architectural design: a. Pick up a few architectural design magazines and go through them, but don’t just look at the pictures. Take some paper and a pencil and *draw* what you like in the pictures, paying attention to the forms and detailing. I’ve found […]

    By Arun Verma March 19, 2006 4 Comments