Showing posts with label Practical Tips. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Practical Tips. Show all posts

Sunday, August 31, 2014


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Saturday, June 28, 2014

The most productive ways to spend time on the Internet

1. Duolingo
This isn’t the first time I’ve recommended this language-teaching website (and app), and it certainly won’t be the last. Duolingo is a free version of Rosetta-Stone that delivers the same results: teaching you another language. Regular use of the site can have you speaking and writing Spanish, English, German, French, Portuguese and Italian in a matter of months depending on the diligence you put into it. Hopefully, even more languages will become available soon.

2. Khan Academy
Have you ever wanted to pick up a subject you’re not well-versed in, but you didn’t have the money to invest in a college course? Khan Academy aims to provide education at the collegiate level for anyone who wants it. They provide resources for learning pretty much every subject out there, including math, science, history and more. As you learn, the platform will even assess your progress and help you gauge what you’ve learned.

3. Justin Guitar
Guitar is one of the few instruments out there that’s actually pretty easy to learn if you’re a little older, making it one of the most accessible instruments. Still, learning how to play still takes some direction, at least for most people, so a guy named Justin decided he was going to help out. His website provides hundreds of free guitar lessons that range in different styles, depending on how you want to play. His schedule for learning is pretty easy to follow, and the site is a great stepping stone for people wanting to pick the instrument up.

4. Cooking for Engineers
Founded by Michael Chu, Cooking for Engineers goes further than just providing recipes. The site is a blog that is geared toward making your food taste good. Additionally, his analytical take on ingredients and cooking recipes is interesting and will likely change the way you approach cuisine.

5. The Dating Specialist
Or Nick the Dating Specialist is a website that wants to help guys be better dates. The site is full of advice on how to approach social situations and flirt successfully with different types of people. Nick even offers personal coaching at your request, so he can help your specific situation or hurdle to successful dating.

6. Nerd Fitness
When we think of exercising and gym techniques, we typically think of bodybuilders and jocks from high school. Nerd Fitness aims to provide resources for getting in shape from a nerd’s point of view. All of the guides, blogs and fitness tips on this site have a geek flavor that is intended to make anyone who feels uncomfortable at the gym feel right at home here.

7. MIT Open Courseware
As much as I would love an education at MIT, that isn’t really in the cards. Thankfully, the educators at the Massachusetts Institue of Technology decided to give out information for tons of courses online through Open Courseware. Hundreds of millions of people have benefitted from the information that they can learn from these courses, starting a trend for other sites to offer free courses as well.

8. Investopedia
I don’t like to admit it, but my lack of a business degree tends to make me feel easily intimidated when a conversation starts taking a turn for the financial. To solve this, Investopedia was born to provide a news blog that makes it easy to digest and really understand the financial markets. There are tons of resources like tutorials and videos that will help you keep up with the ever-changing world of money, and the news stories will keep you coming back for more.

9. Quora
 And this had to come :P

10. Information is beautiful
I love reading, but sometimes a visual demonstration just makes information come alive. Hence, Information is Beautiful is a platform that uses gorgeous visuals to impart data. For example, if you want to find out how much money individual organizations have lost from data breaches, you can view an action visual that shows bubbles that are labeled and sized accordingly, giving you an in-depth, but easy to digest overview of the data.

11. Spreeder
According to Spreeder, a lot of us have trouble reading quickly because we can only read as fast as our “inner voice” can. Spreeder’s solution is to teach you to read without an inner voice, boosting reading speed and comprehension immensely. The best part? It’s totally free.

12. Project Gutenberg
Imagine a library with tons of free books that you can keep for the rest of your life. Actually, you don’t have to imagine that because Project Gutenberg gives you the ability to download thousands of free e-books, and it’s completely legal.

13. Codeacademy
If you haven’t noticed by now, the Internet has pretty much taken over everything, which means the skill of coding and developing websites is in higher demand than ever, and that’s not likely to change. With Codeacademy, you can use free tutorials that teach you the basics of coding with interactive and handy tools for helping you become an expert.

14. GeographyIQ
Imagine if Google Earth and Wikipedia decided to make it official and have a child. That would be GeographyIQ. Using the world map, you can select any country and access virtually every facet of useful information there is about that country, including history, currency, population and more.

15. Anki
It’s no secret that the key to memorizing information is mastering recall. With flashcards, you can recall things faster, making Anki an ideal resource for using flashcards online. Unlike other sites that use flashcards, Anki allows you embed more than just text. You can use video, audio and images to help you start studying faster and smarter.

16. Lumosity
Using games to learn is something I’ve treasured since Kindergarten, making Lumosity a trusted resource for me and countless others. Using a daily schedule of games, Lumosity is literally designed to make you more clever. As you progress, the software figures out what your strengths and weaknesses (such as memory or math skills) and assigns you games accordingly. The best part is that the games are actually addicting and fun to look forward to!

17. CliffsNotes
Ideal for high school and college students, Cliffsnotes provides valuable resources like study guides and test prep for standard books and subjects you’ll have to read anyway. The site also provides resources for math and science, giving you the chance to finally master the dark arts of homework.

18. TED
For years, people have been benefitting from TED talks that provide free insights from the world’s smartest people. TED provides the value and learning growth of a seminar, but without the exorbitant costs and travel expenses, by providing visitors with tons of free video lectures. The app is also great for catching up on the latest talks, and you can even download some on iTunes.

19. Pinfruit
Need to memorize a lengthy number? Pinfruit analyzes the number and provides all of the options you could want as a mnemonic device. That’s all there is to it, since (unfortunately) they only provide this for numbers and not words.

20. Mindtools
There are countless blogs that you can enjoy for being interesting and mildly useful, but how many of them actually help you with your career? Mindtools is a blog that teaches you what they call “practical career skills” that you can apply at your job. This is a great daily read for entry-level workers who want to make a great impression, and the variety of topics and advice provided make this is a fantastic bookmark for anyone wanting to excel.

21. Learn Street
Want to take your coding skills to the next level? Learn Street helps teach you how to use advanced coding scripts such as JavaScript, Python and Ruby without making your head explode. It even provides a service for helping you teach advanced code to others.

22. HowStuffWorks
There are things we want to know about, and then there are things we didn’t know we wanted to know about. HowStuffWorks addresses the latter by providing information on a variety of topics and eye-opening facts that will broaden your horizons.

23. OneLook
Finding a great dictionary is not a difficult task in a world full of search engines, but it can be tricky to define more complicated words and phrases that most dictionaries (besides UrbanDictionary) don’t attempt to define. With OneLook, you can find multiple definitions from numerous dictionaries in one place, even if you’re looking up a phrase that is obscure or too specific for normal dictionaries to help you out with.

24. The World Factbook
Did you know that the CIA has information on pretty much everything in the world? Okay, but did you know that they make a ton of this information open to the public? The World Factbook is your godsend for research, allowing you to cite facts and details that pertain to a seemingly endless amount of information from reputable sources.

25. Couchsurfing
Don’t let the name fool you, as Couchsurfing is far from a website that will make you lazy. Couchsurfing lets you connect with travelers all over the world and is the ultimate resource for experiencing other cultures. Put simply, you can use the social network to meet locals in a new community you are visiting. You can also open up your home to fellow couchsurfers, giving you the chance to make new experiences and memories with fascinating people from all over the globe.

26. - This is the big daddy of internet when it comes to knowledge and learning new things. The best free cultural & educational media on the web

27. - Instructables is a huge community of do-it-yourselfers who actively engage in creating and sharing well-illustrated, step-by-step how-to articles on everything from building robots to repairing torn clothing to creating 3D anamorphic sidewalk art (really).

TED Talks That Will Change Your Life - links to 11 Ted talks that will change your life.

John Hunter - The World Peace Game
Marcin Jakubowski - Open-Sourced Blueprints for Civilization
Hyenseo Lee - My Escape from North Korea
Simon Sinek - How Great Leaders Inspire Action
Brene Brown - The Power of Vulnerability
Amanda Palmer - The Art of Asking
Derek Sivers - How to Start a Movement
William Kamkwamba - How I Harnessed the Wind
Elizabeth Gilbert - Your Elusive Creative Genius
Myshkin Ingawale - A Blood Test Without Bleeding
Hans Rosling - Let My Dataset Change Your Mindset

- Uncommon Sense for 21st Century Living

Sunday, June 22, 2014


This year from Jan 1st 2014, my life was changing for ever, I got into problems from one after another, unexpectedly people in close circle became strangers / enemies and unfortunately to be true I fell into traps of others.

But every experience made me strong and taught me to be stand alone and be strong. I learned weeping or day dreaming of the looses wont make any difference in life. Life has go on and I have to move faster to catch my life and dreams. 

First and for most lesson is don't compare your life to others, even to close your friend / close relative / or some one of same age group.You can't please every one / entertain every one as joker. You should stop trying to manage others situations and devote more energy to improve your quality of life to grow more quickly. So once you have made up your mind here is the action steps,

Action steps:-

1.Picture the desired end result (what ever it be)
2.What is your confidence level that you’ll actually achieve the goal?
3.If it is low- ask yourself why?
4.What steps were you unable to execute ? 
5.How could you overcome those?
6.With those steps, are you now more confident?
Don’t tell yourself I can do this Better: “Can I do this? How?” 

We people are creatures of habit. We are what we repeatedly do. We become our habits. The meaning of our life is to find a reason why we are here and the purpose of our life is to then give it away.

üStart exercising
üStart eating more healthily
üStart reading
üStop smoking (If you do so)
üStart walking / cycling instead of using the car every time, all the time
üStart volunteering (my pics are coming )
üStop working always over time
üStart enjoying the moment and relaxing more
üStart saving more
üStart spending less

Friday, March 14, 2014


What do people wear at your office?

Chances are jeans, casual t-shirts/shirts or sweaters dominate the culture. Of course, certain industries require you to dress up, but a large majority of companies have embraced casual attire.

Research shows your alertness is affected by what you wear.
“So much of it depends on your gender, your age and your job title. It’s very individualistic.”

Many companies, particularly in tech, insist on employees dressing down, to cultivate a casual work culture.

What can you do to help you make that distinction?
“People can dress up in a way that still promotes their company’s culture and brand. You can take a creative approach to dressing in ‘work’ mode, even if you’re wearing jeans,”

Wearing a dressier shirt with customized buttons or cufflinks is one way for men to dress up jeans. 

Women have a multitude of options – picking fancier shoes or accessories – for example.

Experiment with outfits that help you feel more focused.


Wednesday, January 22, 2014


A person who truly knows and loves you– is someone who sees the pain in your eyes while everyone else still believes the smile on your face.
Don’t look for someone who will solve all your problems; look for someone who will face them with you. That can be mother/ sister/husband or some stranger that comes to your life like a wind.......

Monday, January 20, 2014


IN MY LIFE, I've lived,
I've loved, I've lost,
I've missed, I've hurt,
I've trusted, I've made mistakes,
but most of all,