Being a sales person is a tough job. Your life suddenly is all about deadlines and targets and quotas. And if you get trapped into the circle of mediocre salesmanship, it could be a lifetime of tricks and turns with no real satisfaction and joy. Fortunately, as a motivational speaker for the corporate organizations, I also got to meet some really fantastic salespeople and their motivating lessons are something I use to pick my own self up at times. Read More
“A palpitating heart which might just thud out of your chest as it bolts like Bolt, sweaty palms which won’t be able to save anyone in case they are falling off a cliff and vision that was perfect till morning but now seems to have become hypermetropic all of a sudden (you can’t see your own notes but you can see the far off faces of people, waiting to rip you apart with their laughter, or worse – boredom) and a stutter that presumably no amount of speech therapy can correct”.
It’s time for your favorite, Vocabulary Premiere League, the finale episode!
Presenting to you, VPL 20-20: Season 3, the English Vocabulary Finale. It is more crazy, more difficult and definitely more memorable. This time, there are 30 words instead of 20. From Pyaar Ka Punchnaama 2 to Baajirao Mastaani to Manjhi, the Mountain Man – we have covered the season’s flavor full time & ensured that the difficult (but utility) Vocabulary words get drilled into your heads.
And your favorite Vocabulary Premiere League is back !! With an even more whacky season 2. More Bollywood movies & more awesome sauce catchy songs mean – even better ways for improving English vocabulary.
Speaking superlative English is like driving a car or cooking peas pulao at home. Remember the first time you tried doing those? The car acted like a teenager (The gear- the clutch mis co-ordinated while the car almost bounced making a funny noise and maybe stopped). The pulao probably became a khichdi!
There is nothing sexier than an inspired & intimate conversation. Isn’t it? There is a lot of seductive appeal about people who COMMUNICATE it right in their lives.
Most people have a Vinegar approach to communication. They just do it ‘just like that’. Default mode. Chalta hai ! Khuch bhi ! They do not realize that ‘One can attract more flies with Honey than with Vinegar’.