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Jan 5
2011
Career Management
Rajesh Setty
Smart But Stuck - Are you Smart
but stuck?!!
Part 1

Part 2
Sri
Feb 4
2009
Will Carter is a principal of
McKinley Carter and
serves as director of wealth
management. Regular
contributor of wealth
management and
trust-related columns for
The State Journal
Money Management -

A Chat with Will Carter to learn
more about 410 K , College
Savings, Investment et a
Part 1

Part 2
Sri
Jan 7
2009
Upbeat in the economy
Rajesh Setty
Upbeat

Author, Entrepreneur, Public
Speaker, Executive Coach

Rajesh Setty

addresses on being Upbeat
Part 1

Part 2

Part 3
Sri
Mar
26
2008
Breaking Down Barriers::
Women and Careers

Panel discussion
Panel Discussion
Panelists:

Anu Natarajan - Fremont City
Council Member

Deepika Bajaj - Founder -
Invincibelle

Meredith Vaish, Director of
Marketing at Stanford Alumni
Association

Moderatefd by Mani Iyer -
Founder and CEO of
Kwanzoo

Part 1


Part 2
Mani/ Sri
Jan 9
2008
Expanding your capacity
(Career)
Rajesh Setty
Rajesh Setty
(author of Beyond code)
addreses on

Expanding your capacity in the
NEW YEAR - Networking,
Personal Branding et all)
Part 1

Part 2
Sri
Nov
15
2006
Resume writing  and
Interview tips & techniques
Resume writing and
Interview tips
Pavithra presents on Resume
writing - do's & don'ts, Best
Practices
Latha presents on interview skills -
how to prepare and succeed in a
job interview
Part [1]
Part [2]
Part [3]
Pavithra &
Latha
May
24
2006
Emerging Science &
technology in India" and

"Planning to return to
India for pursuing
interests in Science &
technology research"

Listen to the recordings
Dr Arabinda Mitra
[Executive Director, Indo US
Science and Technology forum  
www.indousstf.org &
Dr Malathi
[Director, Bluefile
www.bluefile.com],
Part [1]  
Part [2]
Mukundan
May
03
2006
Change Management
Mukundan addresses all about
change management:- Why should
you change? What it takes to
change? Is Change good?
Part [1]
Mukundan
CEO of
BlueFile
Apr
05
2006
Career Progression
Mukundan
Mukundan talks to Sri and
addresses Career progression for
our listeners
Part [1]
Interviewed by
Sri
Jan
04
2006
Rajesh Setty
Author of "Beyond  Code:
Learn to Distinguish yourself in  9
simple steps"

http://www.squidoo.com/beyondcod
e
Part  [1]

Interviewed by
Sridhar
Nov
16
2005
G. Jagannathan
Executive VP and Head of
Business Excellence,
TCS Ltd.
Sridhar interview G. Jagannathan
on Business Excellence
Part  [1]
Interviewed by
Sridhar
Oct
12 &
19
2005
Core In(Competence)
Dr. Prasad Kaipa - CEO Advisor
and Executive Coach

www.kaipagroup.com
Part   [1]   [2]
Interviewed by
Sridhar and Sri
June
28
2005
Sridhar Krishnan
An interview with Sridhar
Krishnan
- Encover Founder and
Chairman of Board ,
on Entrepreneurship
Part [1]  [2]
Interviewed by
Sri
Programs supported by
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Create your future

The most reliable way to
predict the future is to
create it. When you take an
active role in your own life,
things are far more likely
to go well for you.
It's easy to blame your
troubles on such
influences as the weather,
the government, the
economy, the media or the
culture. Yet it can be
exceedingly difficult to do
anything about those
things.

Instead, step up and
accept responsibility for all
the factors that affect your
life. When you take
responsibility, what you
get is control.

Even if you didn't create
the situation, look first to
yourself to create a
positive and successful
response to it. Even if the
challenges you face are
not your fault, begin to treat
them as your
responsibility and you will
begin to have control over
them.

See your future not as the
inevitable result of your
past. Visualize your future
as the best, most positive,
most valuable, most
creative response to your
present possibilities.

Your future can be so
much more than a mere
extrapolation of your past.
Take responsibility, and
your future will express the
best of who you are.