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On 1st January each year as the ‘new year’ dawns, everyone solemnly swears to some resolutions. New year, new me is the basic idea.
As 31st December shifted to 1st January on calendars and in our minds, I also made a resolution. Or rather, a promise. New year, new us was that promise and it was for me and our little, cute 4-piece family.
Who is talking to you?
Hi, people. I am Deepti and I am a regular working woman from a middle-classMORE
How much have you invested in the safety of your organization? Beyond crafting the terms and conditions, hiring a legal expert, and making sure all forms are filled out and submitted i.e?
The truth is: your organization needs more protection than these formal procedures and nitty-gritty.
How about redefining protection? How to increased the scope so it truly includes your organization? Say what?
Yes! How about activelyMORE
The economy is slowing down.
It is not a recession but the economy has lost its sheen.
The stock market is uncertain.
Are we heading into a recession?
In every 2-5years, we come across such grim news. Even if we overlook the rumors regarding financial emergency which usually spread like wildfire, we cannot outrightly deny the probability of an uncertain economy. Evidently, it makes many of us worried.
Did you know right at this very moment, you are creating and leaving a legacy for the world?
Your legacy is made up of all the tangible and intangible entities that you leave behind after you die. So, each interaction you have, each asset you own, and the impact you leave on people are all a part of your legacy. Most people do not realize this truth and hence, are unable to make the best of the present. This very often leads to a legacy that people aren’t proud of. Some of the mostMORE
The total Indian millennial population caps at 440 million. Did you know this number is 1.3 times the entire population of the USA?! However, these sprightly and somewhat unique youngsters are poor savers. They spend more on their lifestyle and grooming, and ultimately, save less than 10% of their income.
These poor planning and saving habits aren’t limited toMORE