Job Networking Figure it out

Reach out to your network 
All the connections in the world won’t help you find a job if no one knows about your situation. Once you’ve drawn up your list, start making contact with the people in your network. Let them know that you’re looking for a job. Be specific about what kind of work you’re looking for and ask them if they have any information or know anyone in a relevant field. Don’t assume that certain people won’t be able to help. You may be surprised by who they know.
Networking is most effective when you have specific employer targets and career goals. It’s hard to get leads with a generic “Let me know if you hear of anything” request. You may think that you’ll have better job luck if you leave yourself open to all the possibilities, but the reality is this “openness” creates a black hole that sucks all of the networking potential out of the connection.
A generic networking request for a job is worse than no request at all, because you can lose that networking contact and opportunity. Asking for specific information, leads, or an interview is much more focused and easier for the networking source. If you’re having trouble focusing your job search, you can turn to close friends and family members for help, but avoid contacting more distant people in your network until you’ve set clear goals.
Start with your references 
When you are looking for a job, start with your references. Your best references—the people who like you and can endorse your abilities, track record, and character—are major networking hubs.
  • Contact each one of your references to network about your possibilities and affirm their agreement to be your reference.
  • Describe your goals and seek their assistance.
  • Keep them informed on your job search progress.
  • Prepare them for any calls from potential employers. 
  • Let them know what happened and thank them for their help regardless of the outcome.

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Why Do We Lives ?

Often heard questions are: "Why do we live?", "How should we live?", and "What is the purpose of our lives?". Let's not look at this from the point of view of religion, but, as is more befitting for a book on ISs and their societies, from the point of view of an IS.

It seems to me that the above are not really the correct questions. We could just as well ask if we let go of a stone: "Should it fall downwards or upwards?" Or, "Why does it fall downwards?" And don't tell me it should fall downwards because of the law of gravity. 

Today a society could live on abundant drugs and pollute their environment horribly. But if in the future a difficult moment arises, such a society will not be able to react correctly, it will cease to exist. There will be no descendants to raise the question about: "How should we live?"

So lets realize that we are IS's and as such have a main objective, that is built in through evolution, namely the survival of the species. We are members of a species called Homo Sapiens, (I doubt that we are "sapiens " except on rare occasions) but we are the animals with the best thinking processes. At least we believe so. 

It is noteworthy that anything that helps us to obtain our objectives or the objectives of our society, we call "good". That which hinders us or our society in obtaining our objectives we call "bad". It seems that there is no absolute "good" or "bad"; one independent of the existence of humans and their society. 

Note: IS = intelligent system.

PENS - inexpensive advertising tool

A pen is a fantastic way to get inexpensive advertising, which can lead to new customers. Pens have nine lives, meaning they get passed around like crazy. Don't believe me? Go look at your pens, how many are from the bank? From various stores? From random places? Get some pens printed with your company name, logo, website, etc. on it. Pass them out at your store, at fairs, etc. Leave them all over the place. They are going to advertise your name, and contact info every time someone uses them.

The cost of a pen can be very little. Pens can be purchased in bulk with custom printing, and the cost for a whole set is likely to be covered if you get just one customer out of it. So, the potential for customers is high, and the cost is low, making it a great way to advertise your business. In addition, you can use different logos, phrases, etc. on the pens to promote all or some of your products.

Pens are lso multi-purpose. You can carry them in your store for customers to use to sign credit card slips, and cross things off shopping lists, etc. enforcing your brand. Send them home with them, and they will use them and have a constant reminder of your brand. The more familiar they are with it, the more likely they are to buy from you.

This holds true for potential customers. If they get one of your pens, they are going to constantly see your advertising, and if they need what you offer, you will be the first person they go to. For example, if you are a plumber, then make pens, and distribute them like crazy. Then, if their toilet ever gets clogged, or their drain is plugged up, they will know who to call.

How to Make a Career Choice When You Have No Idea What You Want to Do

There are hundreds of career options out there. How do you make a career choice when you don't really know what you want to do? Does it seem like an insurmountable task? It's not. Yes, you will have to put some time and energy into making your decision, but your effort will be well worth it in the end. Follow these steps to making a good career choice.

Assess Yourself

Before you can make a career choice you have to learn about yourself. Your values, interests and skills, in combination with certain personality traits, will make some careers especially suitable for you and some particularly inappropriate. You can use self assessment tools, often called career tests, to gather this information and, subsequently, to generate a list of occupations that are deemed appropriate. 

Some people choose to have career counselors or other career development professionals administer these tests but many opt to use free career tests that are available on the Web. 

· Self Assessment: An Overview

· Free Career Tests

Profile Summary of a Monster in Mathematics

 Md. Farooque Khan, a man with a simple attitude. 

Md Farooque Khan was growth up in a Village known by Lilong Leihaokhong, Thoubal district, Manipur.
Md Farooque Khan

He was born on 25th of December 1988, in his native village Leihaokhong.  He started his study from one of his locality school  “ Crescent  English High school” . He have studied in “ Crescent English High School” up to class v and later he continued his study in “Jawahar Navodaya Vidayalaya, Kakching”  up to class X. From his childhood he was muscular in Mathematics and his one and only passion is to become a good engineer in future. He was completed his class X in 2006 from JNVSA, Kakching with 84.4% with letter marks in 3 subjscts i.e (Math-96, Sc-91, S.Sc-89) and he has passed his  12th standard from BHIMS Iskon in the year 2008 with 78.4%.

In the year 2009 he got selection in AIEEE and he opted electrical engineering course in GEC Modasa , Gujarat. Now he is pursuing his B.E here in Modasa and his course will be completed in this coming May, 2013.

He believes in simple living high thinking, his vision of success is one path of Sunnah and on the teaching of Quran not   these illusion things of world, He tried his best level to follow strictly the teaching of Islam. His motto of life is “To Serve the needy and poor people is to serve Allah (S.A.W)”.

Even though he is an electrical engineering student he is interested in the field of teaching, research works. He also have the capability to interact with  different kinds of people around the globe. 

He was participated in many inter exhibitions in state level as well as in national level in 2005 and won several competition prizes.  He was also  participated in National Children science congress in Cotton College Guwahati, in the topic “A study of water and its impact on health”. 

His further study would continue my M.Tech after completing my B.E course and to take up his research further in the same field. 

The one and only objective of his life is to dedicate his life for the cause of Allah and for the well-being of my Muslims community.

You can contact him on facebook  

I wish him all the best for the new venture in his life. 

************************Best Of Luck***************************

The Top 10 Presentation Errors to Avoid

To get you started, here are the 10 things:
  1. Establish yourself as an expert
  2. Strong eye contact or eye rotation
  3. Offer clear benefits
  4. Strong body language
  5. Do not talk to the screen
  6. Slides should not be too busy
  7. Don't skip slides
  8. No spelling, typing, or data errors
  9. Don't make your vocabulary too technical
  10. Don't let time get away from you

10 Probable reasons for why Manipur State can never develop

Some probable reasons for why Manipur State can never develop are as follows:

1. Manipur has been denying fair share of projects and industries during the 60 years of planned economic development.
2. The State had failed to cope with the Central funding level and earlier, funds used to come for specific programs over the State had no control.
3. The State has failed to attract investors and hence, failed to achieve higher growth.
4. In Manipur, there exists a tension between the states and the relatively distant central govt.
5. The state has been suffered due to lack of infrastructure and deteriorating central govt. grants.
6. Again, tension exists between the tribal (castes) who are natives of the State.
7. There is no transparency in the govt. affairs.
8. Education System prevails in the North east states is obsolete.
9. Exploitation incapability of natural resources.
10. Attitude of Bandh culture is a key weapon in the Manipur.