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Answer on @Quora by Anubhav Aggarwal to What is a short story which can enlighten me on life problems? http://qr.ae/fc7uG
One fine day, a bus driver went to the bus garage, started his bus, and drove off along the route. No problems for the first few stops-a few People got on, ...
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Sometimes we don't realize how much the world has changed. In particular, how much mobile devices have changed our behavior!

Check this out....

#trudat   #technology   #progress  
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This is brilliant. In her quest to create the perfect framework for understanding haters, Ann Friedman has created  the disapproval matrix. 
Now, when you receive feedback that falls into the top two quadrants, you should take their comments to heart and figure out how to address them. Even if you decide to ignore them, make sure you do so consciously. The kiss of death is to decide unconsciously (and all of us do that).

Even more critically, if you are "blessed" with feedback from the bottom two quadrants cue Taylor Swift and go... haters gonna hate hate hate!

Let me also plug self-awareness. Sometimes it is difficult to see if the feedback is in the bottom two or the top two. This is when any investment you've made in being self-aware (honestly, genuinely, critically, with all in the love for yourself) will pay off big.

If you are not self-aware, or don't trust yourself, just find someone close to you and they'll tell you which quadrant the feedback belongs to.

#carpediem  

Check out Ms. Ann Friedman's more detailed post on her graphic, and an excellent #byehater  Spotify playlist: http://goo.gl/w405q 
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It is really frustrating when that happens!

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I am a lazy blogger, a voracious reader and an eager learner.
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Currently a Reporting Squirrel(search for that word on the linked page to know what it means), I want to gain a toehold in the field of data science/analysis.

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can read, write and speak 4 languages. formerly a forum guide on the Map Maker user forums
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If you have business to take care of in this area, this is a good hotel to stay in. The complimentary breakfast is okay too. A little pricey but saved me travelling around the place. 2 rooms for one night cost me 9,391 rupees. If you are staying with family, you can ask for connected rooms.
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
This is by far the best restaurant in the area (Habsiguda) The restaurant is on the building's top floor and a window side view of the road below and the metro track (at floor level) is weirdly good. (You get the view minus the noise & air pollution) Coming to the food, they serve a decent vegetarian fare. I dont have to go too far to enjoy a decent meal.
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
Horrible service. We were made to wait for eternity for our two pizzas. (50 min)
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
I have only attended a demo for a Business Analyst Training program. The trainer was honest and did not promise the moon. She put the industry scenario as is. No boring ppts in the first intro session. it was an interactive session.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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First of all.. this place is kinda hidden. Its difficult to spot that a restaurant exists here. Its a decent place but what put me off was the service. When you have a table that has a mix of vegetarians and non-vegetarians, it becomes important that food is served in the requested order. With our outing here, the waiter bought all of the stuff at once. I still liked the food though and would like to visit it again.
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
Okay. First of all, if you are expecting to experience a Rajasthani environment, you are in for a rude shock. The place has not much on display. Nothing has been planned and the puppet and other shows are a pale shadow of the Rajasthani folk culture. As for the food, both the quality and service are poor. Of course, you still might want to give it one look - just for the record - in which case I suggest you visit in the evenings ( I have not, but they should have something more on offer in the evenings)
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Public - a year ago
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