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Mapping Your Career Aspirations
Mapping Your Career Aspirations
Mapping Your Career Aspirations
Mapping Your Career Aspirations
Mapping Your Career Aspirations
Mapping Your Career Aspirations
Mapping Your Career Aspirations
Mapping Your Career Aspirations
Mapping Your Career Aspirations
Mapping Your Career Aspirations
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  • 1. mapping your career aspirations<br />muki - founder and CEO<br />23rd July 2011 – pepper square campus, Bangalore<br />
  • 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.<br />
  • 3. people traits<br />doing what you love <br /><ul><li>risk taking abilities
  • 4. leader
  • 5. ambition
  • 6. go getter</li></ul>doing things for otherreasons<br /><ul><li>playing it safe
  • 7. manager
  • 8. lack of goals
  • 9. laid back</li></li></ul><li>why people do what they do?<br />doing what you love <br /><ul><li>mark zuckerberg
  • 10. aamir khan
  • 11. abdulkalam
  • 12. santoshhegde</li></ul>doing things for otherreasons<br /><ul><li> financial pressure
  • 13. family pressure
  • 14. peer pressure
  • 15. going with the trend</li></li></ul><li>consequences<br />doing what you love <br /><ul><li>mentally prepared
  • 16. you are alone
  • 17. fail</li></ul>doing things for otherreasons<br /><ul><li>mentally static
  • 18. you are a crowd
  • 19. sail</li></li></ul><li>success<br />doing what you love <br /><ul><li>moving forward
  • 20. recognition
  • 21. wealth</li></ul>doing things for otherreasons<br /><ul><li>stagnate
  • 22. seniority
  • 23. money</li></li></ul><li>career expectations<br /><ul><li>mapping your personality traits with career
  • 24. dilemma
  • 25. big company - minimum learning
  • 26. small company - big learning</li></li></ul><li>what it takes to be great?<br />is it talent or hard work?<br /><ul><li>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</li></li></ul><li>employment statistics in india<br />
  • 31. my learning<br />consequences<br /><ul><li>from Rs.550 to millions of $$$
  • 32. others hit by recessionbut pepper squarethrived
  • 33. continuous growth
  • 34. take people along </li></ul>traits<br /><ul><li>risk taking ability
  • 35. transforming problems to opportunities
  • 36. constant visioning & setting goals
  • 37. people skills</li></li></ul><li>

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