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Mapping Your Career Aspirations

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  • 1. mapping your career aspirations
    muki - founder and CEO
    23rd July 2011 – pepper square campus, Bangalore
  • 2. The appeal of pepper is in its distinct flavor opening up a world of overflowing possibilities. The flavor that is comparable to everything we do at pepper square. We think it has the ability to bring us together.
  • 3. people traits
    doing what you love
    doing things for otherreasons
  • why people do what they do?
    doing what you love
    doing things for otherreasons
    • financial pressure
    • 13. family pressure
    • 14. peer pressure
    • 15. going with the trend
  • consequences
    doing what you love
    doing things for otherreasons
  • success
    doing what you love
    doing things for otherreasons
  • career expectations
    • mapping your personality traits with career
    • 24. dilemma
    • 25. big company - minimum learning
    • 26. small company - big learning
  • what it takes to be great?
    is it talent or hard work?
    • talent is irrelevant to great success
    • 27. talent doesn’t mean intelligence, motivation or personality traits but an ability to do a specific activity well
    • 28. the most accomplished people need around ten years of hard work before becoming world class
    • 29. if great performance was easy, it wouldn’t be rare
    • 30. we are not born great but greatness can be achieved
  • employment statistics in india
  • 31. my learning
    consequences
    • from Rs.550 to millions of $$$
    • 32. others hit by recessionbut pepper squarethrived
    • 33. continuous growth
    • 34. take people along
    traits
    • risk taking ability
    • 35. transforming problems to opportunities
    • 36. constant visioning & setting goals
    • 37. people skills