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About mau5779

I have 8 years experience working with big companies as well as smaller ones. The bigger companies gave me exposure of quality and best practices whereas, the smaller companies gave me the skill of handling contingencies & formulating business strategies. I have experience in marketing, Customer Relationship Management, customer service, employee engagement, operations, service delivery, vendor management, knowledge management, handling conflicts, recruitment, MIS & Reporting, budgeting, Kaizen, ISMS/ITIL, Six Sigma & Incident/Change management. I have undergone the Leadership Development training three times and have handled On the Job Trainings, Rewards & Recognition & Recreation and Event Management. I have experience working with people from various countries in the continents of US (USA & Canada), Europe (UK, Germany, Denmark, Italy, Spain, France), Asia (China, Korea, Philippines, Japan, including India) and Australia. After these 8 years of job, I decided getting into business and started a Call Center in Pune. I also help other businesses enhance their profits.

Why Writing Isn’t As Easy As It May Seem

Every educated person who’s been to school can read as well as write. No big deal! We write on a daily basis, don’t we? Emails, documents, blogs, FB posts, and even comments on something we like or dislike. So what’s … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Witch of Wanchai

The Witch of Wanchai by David Harris Lang Rating: 3.5 For those who are looking for a witch tale: this book is more of crime adventure police-procedural type of a book rather than the supernatural and witchy. I had downloaded … Continue reading

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Creativity is Like a Child

Creativity is like a child.  If it’s in mood, it will go on and on and wouldn’t let you sleep. If its not in mood, no matter what you do to get it going, it won’t. Nope. Never! They say … Continue reading

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Review: Millennium Trilogy – Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Played with Fire, Kicked Hornet’s Nest

I read The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo long ago and had really liked it. I hadn’t read anything about the Swedish culture before, and since the story was set in a place with a lot of snow, it appealed … Continue reading

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We decided to have a baby and it all came crashing down

I had been quite ambitious all my life. I rose up the corporate ladder fast; became ITIL certified, Six Sigma certified, Kaizen champion and underwent 3 leadership development programs before I got married at the age of 28. Then I … Continue reading

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Daughters of ‘Mother India’

Why feminism doesn’t mean ‘making villains out of men’, and how women can empower themselves. Continue reading

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Meet Me, Rupali Rotti

Hi, I’m Rupali Rotti and I’m a writer. Wait, what? Yeah, you read it right – roti, the Indian bread, with an extra ‘t’. Have you ever heard of a person with a surname as ‘bread’? I think not. So … Continue reading

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Heroes vs. Villains

It’s a fact that heroes are overrated, but nobody realizes this, because the audience sees the heroes through the pink goggles of awe and adoration. Point to be noted here is that heroes become heroes when they overcome difficult situations … Continue reading

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Do writers consider themselves superior than the readers? What’s your honest opinion?

Q –> Generally writers and poets consider themselves a notch superior than the reader. What’s your honest opinion? Most poetry and many articles in top-tier publications zoom right over my head, making me wonder whether the author is patting himself … Continue reading

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Book Review: Gone by Julie Elizabeth Powell

Gone by Julie Elizabeth Powell Rating: 3 The premise of this story is truly unique and intriguing… and sad.I understand how difficult and heart-wrenching, yet necessary, it would have been for the author to pen it all down. Writing this book … Continue reading

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