35-Part 1- Earthsoft- Path Ahead- Guidance to Professionals

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  • People expect you to do things and you make it!
  • People expect you to do things and you make it
  • People expect you to do things and you make it
  • Need to consider our assumptions regarding our work and a need to strengthen research, theory and practice connections between counseling psychology, vocational psychology and career development practice. A need to consider occupational and career development in ways that are appropriate to the culture in which they occur. Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development
  • An  aptitude  is a component of a  competency  to do a certain kind of  work  at a certain level, 
  • Perseverance - चिकाटी
  • so as they feel confident of positive behavior & good conduct
  • , strategic decisions and implement those Create trust with associates , and help others to grow too. Participate in every bit & pieces so as organisation grows & financially secured
  • Be ahead of others, Be first always Take calculated risk; mitigate it Plan for early retirement
  • Do not rely on e-mail only. Face to face discussion or on phone is essential , understand other sides Introspect, appraise yourself & improve Keep yourself busy , Ask for help if you need
  • If everybody in the UK ate no meat for 2 days per week, it would save the equivalent of almost 73 million return flights from London to Ibiza, Spain (1100 miles) If everybody in the UK ate no meat for 6 days per week, it would create greater carbon savings than removing all the cars off UK roads (29 million cars). Gas Emissions, responsible for 24% of global warming 760 million tons of grain fed to animals every year 16 pounds of grain to produce 1 pound of beef Following are the reasons to be vegetarian Health Ecological Religious concerns Dislike of meat Compassion for animals Belief in non-violence Economics A healthy vegetarian diet promotes Good health and long life Energy for the young and old Improved immune system Better endurance and athletic performance Weight control Calm and clarity for the mind, High IQ Mild and peaceful temperament The proximity of animals in animal farming leads to an increased rate of disease transmission Meat causes a transmission of diseases from animals to humans Animal products, like red meat has harmful saturated fat Cholesterol in animal foods causes heart disease Non-lean red meat, associated with increased risk of cancers of the lung, oesophagus, liver, and colon. Diseases Meat products in most countries contain various parasitic diseases (Trichinosis, Hydatids) Bacterial infections are common - Salmonella, Listeria Viral diseases such as Bird flu Prion diseases such as mad cow disease Too much protein in the diet is associated with increased stress on liver and kidneys, risk of gout, leads to excess homocysteine production & blood vessel diseases
  • If everybody in the UK ate no meat for 2 days per week, it would save the equivalent of almost 73 million return flights from London to Ibiza, Spain (1100 miles) If everybody in the UK ate no meat for 6 days per week, it would create greater carbon savings than removing all the cars off UK roads (29 million cars). Gas Emissions, responsible for 24% of global warming 760 million tons of grain fed to animals every year 16 pounds of grain to produce 1 pound of beef Following are the reasons to be vegetarian Health Ecological Religious concerns Dislike of meat Compassion for animals Belief in non-violence Economics A healthy vegetarian diet promotes Good health and long life Energy for the young and old Improved immune system Better endurance and athletic performance Weight control Calm and clarity for the mind, High IQ Mild and peaceful temperament The proximity of animals in animal farming leads to an increased rate of disease transmission Meat causes a transmission of diseases from animals to humans Animal products, like red meat has harmful saturated fat Cholesterol in animal foods causes heart disease Non-lean red meat, associated with increased risk of cancers of the lung, oesophagus, liver, and colon. Diseases Meat products in most countries contain various parasitic diseases (Trichinosis, Hydatids) Bacterial infections are common - Salmonella, Listeria Viral diseases such as Bird flu Prion diseases such as mad cow disease Too much protein in the diet is associated with increased stress on liver and kidneys, risk of gout, leads to excess homocysteine production & blood vessel diseases
  • Osteoporosis  is a disease of bonesthat leads to an increased risk of fracture
  • Inhibitions - संकोच
  • e.g. murder and punishment
  • you will continue to get fruits in every season
  • Safeguard rights of privacy of present, former, & prospective associates adhering to guidelines, legal aspects to my colleagues and to their opinions , which corrupt the industries I serve, or damage the business community or society I live
  • If everybody in the UK ate no meat for 2 days per week, it would save the equivalent of almost 73 million return flights from London to Ibiza, Spain (1100 miles) If everybody in the UK ate no meat for 6 days per week, it would create greater carbon savings than removing all the cars off UK roads (29 million cars). Gas Emissions, responsible for 24% of global warming 760 million tons of grain fed to animals every year 16 pounds of grain to produce 1 pound of beef Following are the reasons to be vegetarian Health Ecological Religious concerns Dislike of meat Compassion for animals Belief in non-violence Economics A healthy vegetarian diet promotes Good health and long life Energy for the young and old Improved immune system Better endurance and athletic performance Weight control Calm and clarity for the mind, High IQ Mild and peaceful temperament The proximity of animals in animal farming leads to an increased rate of disease transmission Meat causes a transmission of diseases from animals to humans Animal products, like red meat has harmful saturated fat Cholesterol in animal foods causes heart disease Non-lean red meat, associated with increased risk of cancers of the lung, oesophagus, liver, and colon. Diseases Meat products in most countries contain various parasitic diseases (Trichinosis, Hydatids) Bacterial infections are common - Salmonella, Listeria Viral diseases such as Bird flu Prion diseases such as mad cow disease Too much protein in the diet is associated with increased stress on liver and kidneys, risk of gout, leads to excess homocysteine production & blood vessel diseases
  • If everybody in the UK ate no meat for 2 days per week, it would save the equivalent of almost 73 million return flights from London to Ibiza, Spain (1100 miles) If everybody in the UK ate no meat for 6 days per week, it would create greater carbon savings than removing all the cars off UK roads (29 million cars). Gas Emissions, responsible for 24% of global warming 760 million tons of grain fed to animals every year 16 pounds of grain to produce 1 pound of beef Following are the reasons to be vegetarian Health Ecological Religious concerns Dislike of meat Compassion for animals Belief in non-violence Economics A healthy vegetarian diet promotes Good health and long life Energy for the young and old Improved immune system Better endurance and athletic performance Weight control Calm and clarity for the mind, High IQ Mild and peaceful temperament The proximity of animals in animal farming leads to an increased rate of disease transmission Meat causes a transmission of diseases from animals to humans Animal products, like red meat has harmful saturated fat Cholesterol in animal foods causes heart disease Non-lean red meat, associated with increased risk of cancers of the lung, oesophagus, liver, and colon. Diseases Meat products in most countries contain various parasitic diseases (Trichinosis, Hydatids) Bacterial infections are common - Salmonella, Listeria Viral diseases such as Bird flu Prion diseases such as mad cow disease Too much protein in the diet is associated with increased stress on liver and kidneys, risk of gout, leads to excess homocysteine production & blood vessel diseases
  • If everybody in the UK ate no meat for 2 days per week, it would save the equivalent of almost 73 million return flights from London to Ibiza, Spain (1100 miles) If everybody in the UK ate no meat for 6 days per week, it would create greater carbon savings than removing all the cars off UK roads (29 million cars). Gas Emissions, responsible for 24% of global warming 760 million tons of grain fed to animals every year 16 pounds of grain to produce 1 pound of beef Following are the reasons to be vegetarian Health Ecological Religious concerns Dislike of meat Compassion for animals Belief in non-violence Economics A healthy vegetarian diet promotes Good health and long life Energy for the young and old Improved immune system Better endurance and athletic performance Weight control Calm and clarity for the mind, High IQ Mild and peaceful temperament The proximity of animals in animal farming leads to an increased rate of disease transmission Meat causes a transmission of diseases from animals to humans Animal products, like red meat has harmful saturated fat Cholesterol in animal foods causes heart disease Non-lean red meat, associated with increased risk of cancers of the lung, oesophagus, liver, and colon. Diseases Meat products in most countries contain various parasitic diseases (Trichinosis, Hydatids) Bacterial infections are common - Salmonella, Listeria Viral diseases such as Bird flu Prion diseases such as mad cow disease Too much protein in the diet is associated with increased stress on liver and kidneys, risk of gout, leads to excess homocysteine production & blood vessel diseases
  • If everybody in the UK ate no meat for 2 days per week, it would save the equivalent of almost 73 million return flights from London to Ibiza, Spain (1100 miles) If everybody in the UK ate no meat for 6 days per week, it would create greater carbon savings than removing all the cars off UK roads (29 million cars). Gas Emissions, responsible for 24% of global warming 760 million tons of grain fed to animals every year 16 pounds of grain to produce 1 pound of beef Following are the reasons to be vegetarian Health Ecological Religious concerns Dislike of meat Compassion for animals Belief in non-violence Economics A healthy vegetarian diet promotes Good health and long life Energy for the young and old Improved immune system Better endurance and athletic performance Weight control Calm and clarity for the mind, High IQ Mild and peaceful temperament The proximity of animals in animal farming leads to an increased rate of disease transmission Meat causes a transmission of diseases from animals to humans Animal products, like red meat has harmful saturated fat Cholesterol in animal foods causes heart disease Non-lean red meat, associated with increased risk of cancers of the lung, oesophagus, liver, and colon. Diseases Meat products in most countries contain various parasitic diseases (Trichinosis, Hydatids) Bacterial infections are common - Salmonella, Listeria Viral diseases such as Bird flu Prion diseases such as mad cow disease Too much protein in the diet is associated with increased stress on liver and kidneys, risk of gout, leads to excess homocysteine production & blood vessel diseases
  • Safeguard rights of privacy of present, former, & prospective associates adhering to guidelines, legal aspects to my colleagues and to their opinions

35-Part 1- Earthsoft- Path Ahead- Guidance to Professionals 35-Part 1- Earthsoft- Path Ahead- Guidance to Professionals Presentation Transcript

  • Making earth little softer Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance Edge-Aggressive-Reliable-Trust-Honesty-Soft-Obedient-Fun-Transparent
  • Making earth little softer Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance (EFG) has uploaded following presentations at http://myefg.in/downloads.aspx Be mentor using your education, knowledge & experience to contribute for a social cause & do conduct free training seeking help of existing platforms. Kindly share with your friends •Motivation for higher study, Planning for study, Education guidance, Career guidance, Career available after SSC & HSC •Personality development – 3 files •How to prepare resume, Tips to attend interview successfully •Religion related –To understand basic religion, Do & Don’t tips •Health related - Be vegetarian, Be healthy, Manage health •Corporate - Project management, Assertiveness, Ownership, Effective communication, Leadership, Be entrepreneur •Finance - To avoid speculation in stock market •Social - Women empowerment, Choosing life partner, conflict resolution, stop ragging, stop alcohol, snakebite treatment About us
  • Making earth little softer • What we hear • What is success • Success is related to • Methodology of study • Importance of time • Sample time table • Planning for examination • Wish – A poem of La Mancha • Career tips • What you want to be? • Influencing factors • How do u decide? • Evaluate yourself • Holland’s Hexagon • Cycle Index • To evaluate course • What will make Career • Career tips • Attributes to success • Best Career • To get recognition • Dos & Don’t • Skill enhancement • Mistakes & happiness • Points to ponder • Commitment & Oath • Stop eating Non-veg food • Stop Smoking • Stop Alcohol & its impact • Conclusion
  • Making earth little softer • You must be successful • Try hard till you are successful • You need to be restless while eyeing for success • Do whatever but be successful! What we hear
  • Making earth little softer What is success
  • Making earth little softer What is success
  • Making earth little softer What is success Success means • Timely closure of clear vision • Deriving expected quality • Integrating various events • With associated people • Following highest ethical values • Impacting lives of living being positively
  • Making earth little softer What is success Person Role Organisation Creation Creation Event Education Career Relationship Image Process Process Wealth Person Person Spiritual State of mind Goal
  • Making earth little softer Success is related to Person Relationship Role Self Image Organisation Goal Creation Process Function Wealth Education Spiritual understanding Profession / Career State of mind
  • Making earth little softer Success is related to Impacting Whom?
  • Making earth little softer Gems of Wisdom
  • Making earth little softer Methodology of study Read the complete content & understand fundamentally Do imp. points & formulae by heart Select Unit (Para, Topic, Page) Practice by writing on paper Read once again & confirm Solve all problems & preserve notes Solve the question paper of earlier years & compare with answer sheets Study ideal answer papers
  • Making earth little softer Importance of time • To realise the value of Time & its management • 1 Year – Ask a student who has failed in exam • 1 Month – A mother delivered premature baby • 1 Week – An editor who has to publish a weekly • 1 Day – to a daily wager heading family of 8 • 1 Hour – Ask a lover who is waiting to meet • 1 Minute – A person who has missed a train • 1 Sec – A person who has survived an accident • 1 milli-Sec – An runner who won the Gold medal • Time waits for no one, treasure every moment you have, conserve & utilise every second • If you do not respect your time, who will?
  • Making earth little softer # Time slot Hours Preferredtopic Remark 1 12:00:00AM-6:00am 6hours Sleep Rest 2 6:00am-7:00am 1.0hour Exercise,Yoga,Meditation,Getready (Breakfast,Bath,etc) 3 7:00am-10:30am 3.5hours Study 4 10:30-11:00 am 30min NewsPaper 5 11:00am-2:0pm 3hours Study 6 2:00pm- 3:0pm 1.0hours Lunch,TV,Friends,chat,etc 7 3:00pm- 6:0pm 3hours Study 8 6:0pmto6:30pm 30min Indoor-OutdoorGames Entertainment 9 6:30pm- 9:30pm 3hours Study 10 9:30pm- 10:30pm 1.0hour Dinner,TV,Friend,Chat,etc Relaxation 11 10:30pmto12:0am 3.5hours Study OrCollege Sample time table Microsoft Office Excel 97-2003 Worksheet
  • Making earth little softer • Note the date carefully, Do not make mistake while noting down the time table • Plan for at least three revisions of study • First revision of 3 to 5 days of study per subject • Second revision for one day of study per subject • Third revision just before day of exam • Keep time for practical separately Planning for examination Microsoft Office Excel 97-2003 Worksheet
  • Making earth little softer To dream the impossible dream To fight the unbeatable foe, To bear the unbearable sorrow, To run where the brave dare not to go, To love the pure and chest from a far, To right the unforgivable wrong, To try when your arms are too weary, To reach that unreachable star, This is my quest to follow that star, No matter how place, no matter how far, To fight for the right, without questions without pause To be willing to march into hell for heavenly cause. Wish – A poem of La Mancha
  • Making earth little softer जे अशक्य वाटते ते स्वप्नं मला बघ्याची आहे ज्या शत्रूचा पराभव करू शकत नाही त्या शत्रूचा मला पराभव करायचा आहे कुणाला सहन होत नाही ते दु:ख मला सहन करायचे आहे, ज्या ठीकांनी धाडशी माणसं जाण्याचे धाडस करत नाही त्या िठकाणी मला जाऊन धाव्याचे आहे, ज्या वेळी माझे पाय थकले आहेत हात थकले आहेत, माझे संपूणर्ण शरीर ठाकले आहेत, पण मला समोर माझे यश िदसत आहे त्यावेळी मला यश कडे माझे एक एक पावूल टाक्याचे आहे, त्या यशाला मला गाठ्याचे आहे, मला त्या यश प्राप्ती साठी संघर्ष र्ण करायचा आहे, मला कुठले िह कारण चालणार नाही, मला कुठला िह थांबा घ्याचा नाही, माझी नरकात जाण्याची तयारी आहे, पण त्याला कारण सोगीय असले पािहजे . . . Wish – A poem of La Mancha
  • Making earth little softer Career tips
  • Making earth little softer What you want to be? Chef Masonry Pathologist Painter Sport Teacher AccountantBanksFinanceAdvisor Stock market Consultant Journalism TV-news TV-Finance HardwarePower stnSteelSatellite Mech Mining Software Civil FitnessDoctors Nurse Diet Media Medicine Pharma Space NavyPilotMilitary QualityLawyerLibrary Beauty Radiologist RailwayIASPolice NGOSocial Peace
  • Making earth little softer Influencing factors
  • Making earth little softer How do u decide? Ability + Aptitude + Interest + Personality + Motivation + Influences = Career Choice Professional choice – Aspirations, assets and market reality
  • Making earth little softer Evaluate yourself Criteria Parameters Quotient Memory Intellectual Emotional Influence Self Parental Friends & relatives Ability Sustain pressure Response to change Quick learner Personality Attitude Culture Value Hobbies Habits Health Traits Communication Leadership Stability Excitement Passion to learn Enjoy to study Liking & Interests Body Thin Normal Builder
  • Making earth little softer Evaluate yourself Criteria Parameters Nature Entrepreneur Management Follower Assertive Aggressive Happy go lucky My world Social Dreamer Disciplined Stable Dynamic Creative Routine Comfort level Workaholic Leisure Smart working Liking Art Commerce Science Location In country At overseas Financial Constraints Need Well placed
  • Making earth little softer Holland’s Hexagon Career choices
  • Making earth little softer Cycle Know your abilities Enhance your skills Map to your interests Know your style Supportive? Influential? Your upbringing Set your goals Execute your goals
  • Making earth little softer To evaluate course Above numbers are just as a sample & not the views or a advice Microsoft Office Excel Worksheet Microsoft Office Excel 97-2003 Worksheet
  • Making earth little softer What will make Career
  • Making earth little softer Best Career
  • Making earth little softer Career tips
  • Making earth little softer Attributes to success • Vision, Mission, Goals & Objectives, Clarity
  • Making earth little softer Energy Energise Edge Passion, Attitude, Leadership, Personality (Hobbies, Health, Habits), Dreams, Liking & interest, Life style, Commitment, Self Motivation, Flexibility, Consistency Team Player, Relationships, Ability to connect, Contacts, Delegation, Interpersonal skills, Stability Aptitude, Education, Ability ,Skills, Expertise, Management, Teaching & developing ability Execution Etiquettes Ethics - Values Hard work & Smart work, Efficiency, Risk takers, Entrepreneur, Family support, Ability to complete, Reliability Discipline, Well planned, Organising Honesty, Trustworthy, Value, Believes, Character, Reputation
  • Making earth little softer • I want to excel, not to compromise lesser than the best • Be highly reliable to my commitments • Be highly competent in my domain, Keep learning technologies, Remain updated & enhance skills • Build skills & strengths from successful people • Cultivate a trustworthy transparent friendship & respectful relationships • Be a team player To get recognition
  • Making earth little softer • Build the fearless environment & encourage people to express & live freely • Be caring for every associates • Execute assignments with concentration, aiming to achieve the highest possible quality • Contribute as much & more than expected to let organisation continue to grow • Be responsible & accountable for all actions To get recognition
  • Making earth little softer • Honesty is the best strategy • Aim High, lead from front, accept the challenges • Take initiatives, Increase efficiency • Get surrounded by the successful personalities, observe them, seek their guidance • Study Finance, Money is business language • Read business magazine, management books • Think innovatively, deeply & clearly, Create Ideas, do the things differently • Strategize the career • Conserve hard earned money Dos
  • Making earth little softer • Be flexible • Have positive attitude • Accept criticism, introspect yourself, fix the weaknesses to enhance individual capability • Accept however learn from mistakes & failures • Thank to who have helped & supported • Help others, share knowledge • Do effective communication, Be assertive • Understand clients, understand the real issues • Heath is wealth, Take care • Conserve as much time, utilise it for rational purpose Dos
  • Making earth little softer • Do not give excuses • Don’t shy away from the responsibilities • Do not refuse your failure • Do not tell a lie • Do not wait. Resolve business issues on priority • Don’t make mistakes, learn from wiser people • Do not speculate, conserve money On personal note • Don’t consume alcoholic drink • Don’t smoke • Don’t eat non-vegetarian food, save health Don’t
  • Making earth little softer • 24% of global warming due to gas emission • 760 million tons of grain fed to animals PA • 16 pounds of grain to produce 1 pound of beef • Animal products has harmful saturated fat • Animal disease transmission due to proximity or consumption • Cholesterol in non-veg causes heart disease • Non-lean red meat increases risk of cancers of the lung, oesophagus, liver, and colon • Too much protein stresses liver & kidneys • Bacterial infection (Bird Flu , mad cow disease) • To produce 1 kg beef 12009Gal water is needed Stop eating Non-veg food
  • Making earth little softer Stop Smoking
  • Making earth little softer There are effects almost on every organ of the body Brain damage Stomach ulcers Stoke Irregular beat Blurred vision Muscle weakness Slurred speech Intestinal ulcers Bleeding throat Infertility Breathing may stop Liver failure Heart disease Osteoporosis Liver disease- cirrhosis Obesity – weight gain Stop Alcohol
  • Making earth little softer Alcohol-Consequences Vomiting Driving accidents Loss of inhibitions Headache Hangover Loss of control Imbalance Fighting Swing - Loss of control
  • Making earth little softer Time (or Age) Ratio–Skill&time • Skill enhancements is a planned activity • Master training to be planned to improve the skills and abilities • Skill is like weight of body, does not give you a feel of increasing / enhancement • Ratio of skill to time needs to increase then stable during implementation phase and again should increase • Ratio remaining constant is ok however it is an alert if it is decreasing Skills enhancement
  • Making earth little softer • Skill enhancements • Acquire expertise in the field of strength and liking for 10-12 years after graduation • “What to do and when” to be planned • Understand gaps and upgrade the skills • Measure the abilities • Grow lateral in other skills like Quality, accounting/ finance / economics ; HR science; Recruitment, Networking, etc • Focus on future targets, roadmap to achieve and how Skills enhancement
  • Making earth little softer Time span in years Happinessafter mistakes 30 • Analyse the mistakes / failures / blunders • Mistakes are fine, not blunders, MUST not be repeated • Few mistakes are like ghost in the whole life and have negative influence throughout the life • Mistakes might be out of misunderstanding; communicate effectively • Avoid risks which get converted to mistakes After age 30; extremely low affordability & sustainability Mistakes & happiness
  • Making earth little softer • Break the believes “It’s difficult" "what others will think“ “I cannot do it” • Start saying "its eazy" "it’s possible" "I can do it" • Do not afraid of failure, learn from those • Let your mind think it simple & eazy • Plough the SEED, offer the fertile land & water • Grow it like a big tree, day by day, step by step! • Share the fruits of your success with community • Listen to heart, choose the work which you do with joy, without tiring, passionately, without bothering about money • Start changing, commit yourself Points to ponder
  • Making earth little softer Formulation of the problem is difficult than the solution itself Important skills for successful career & learning •Critical thinking and problem-solving •Collaboration across networks and leading by influence •Agility and adaptability •Initiative and entrepreneurialism •Effective oral and written communication •Accessing and analyzing information •Curiosity and imagination •And finally deeds and decision making Highlights
  • Making earth little softer Tips
  • Making earth little softer • It is never too late • Learn to gather latest information, gain knowledge & apply wisdom • Improve on soft skills - problem solving, decision making, effective communication, disciplined & professional behavior, ethics, hard work, aptitude, attitude, and leadership • Compete with yourself, do the best and keep improving on your best • Do not give up, keep fighting! Follow few tips
  • Making earth little softer
  • Making earth little softer How are you feeling? • Dreaming • Cloud of new ideas • Energetic • Enthusiastic • Confident • Happy • Free • Confused • Lonely • Miserable • Magical Know yourself
  • Making earth little softer • It is never too late • Gather latest information, gain knowledge & apply wisdom • Improve on soft skills - problem solving, decision making, disciplined, professional behavior, ethics, hard work, aptitude, leadership, etc • Compete with yourself, do the best and keep improving on your best Follow few tips
  • Making earth little softer • You will see the need of courage, determination, optimism, faith, hope, humanity & confidence • There is also a need of compassion, tolerance and understanding • You can build a brighter and better tomorrow with your vision, hard work, and a deep will to make a difference in this world • Money-Power-Status-Security will follow if you are honest to yourself • Remember, nobody wins a silver medal, its loosing a gold medal Build yourself
  • Making earth little softer I commit to myself • Will follow the highest standards of honesty, integrity, personal conduct and ethical values • Will deal with all stake holders in honest, courteous, respectful and polite manner showing respect • Will not share false or misleading information • Will not engage in wrongful deeds & practices, which corrupt the industries I serve, or damage the business community or society I live • Will take responsibility for my actions. Commitment & Oath
  • Making earth little softer Conclusion Think, Pair, Discuss, Share, Decide! Plan, Review, Execute & re-review! Cultivate habits to be ahead! Live life with pride!
  • Making earth little softer Thank You