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Conversation between Arjun Krishna

  1. Just live life and that is it don’t get worried about productivity.
  2. Experience is a hard teacher it gives the test first and lessons later on.
  3. Life is wonderful if you know how to live.

Life lesson from Bhagavad Gita

  1. Concentrate on your work don’t worry about the result.
  2. Do not be afraid.
  3. Anger makes you deceptive.
  4. Do not doubt.
  5. Always keep control.
  6. Control your desires.
  7. Whatever happens, happens for good.
  8. Do not run away from responsibility.
  9. You are born empty-handed you have to leave this earth empty-handed.
  10. Anger and greed are destructive

10) Anger and Greed – lead to self-destruction

These are very destructive for all mankind, Anger takes every relationship/friendship away from the person, and greed makes a person restless.

9) You are born empty-handed and you will leave this mother earth empty-handed

When an individual takes birth he is born without any materialistic thing whatever he has taken from this earth, he has to leave it here.

8) Do not run away from your responsibilities

Right from birth an individual is bounded by responsibilities, in his lifetime, he is called to complete his responsibilities and not run away from them.

7) Whatever happens, happens for good

We always felt guilty for whatever happens in our past and start worrying about the future which is yet to come and that’s why we are never able to live in our present and can not enjoy life to the fullest we always carry insecurities about the future that what will happen in the next this type of worry make us weak and our mind gets distracted from our goals, concerning this Lord Krishna states that what is happened, has happened for good whatever is happening is happening good and what will happen, will happen for good.

6) Control your desires

Humans' minds have never been in peace there is always something running in their mind and there is always inception of emotions and desires, desires related to them or some time from someone else can make them disappointed any time so to cope up with their desire of being something that they are not, one has to keep their heart and mind in peace.

5) Always keep control

If the individual lacks control over his activities he tends to get distracted by his goals and has to face failure in life and that makes him go through stress however if he spends a few hours in meditation he can control his mind and can create many new ideas regarding their goals.

4) Do not doubt

Doubt possesses a threat to an individual when an individual doubt his caliber, he cannot acquire success thus we must never doubt our caliber.

3) Anger makes one deceptive

Anger is one of the all weaknesses of human which always drag him away from his good being and make them more confused over his decision about life's important aspects as a result he tends to lose his temper and becomes unable to distinguish between right and wrong and by being angry, he ends up by harming himself and becomes deviated by their goals.

2) Do not be afraid

The biggest fear the individual can possess is the fear of death, Lord Krishna states that if a human removes the fear of death from his mind then he becomes unstoppable to achieve his goal and can live a stress-free life.

1) Concentrate on your work do your best and do not worry about the results

When an individual begins a task he firstly worries about the results due to this he cannot focus well on his work and he works lesser than that of his caliber and worries more about the result that’s why he can not get the desired result so according to Krishna if you want your 100% result you have to first work with 100% devotion and don’t worry about the outcome before the actual result has come.


  • Use the “impression management” tools of the “8 pillars of competence.”
  • Competence & brilliance aren’t self-evident.
  • Manage people’s anticipation, so they will expect you to be competent.
  • Associate yourself with good news.
  • Showcase the “competence formula”: Performance, Ability, Motivation, Dealing with difficulty and luck.
  • Master verbal and nonverbal communication.
  • The greater your attraction the greater is your perceived competence.
  • Use “power of symbols” to build your competence: your habitus – the way you look and act.
  • Judging people’s competence is hard; recognizing their incompetence is easier.

  • Perceive your work-related stress as positive and useful way.
  • Reduce stress and promote greater well-being (mindfulness meditation).
  • Be aware of your breathing and calming down.
  • “Befriend” your own awareness.
  • Begin to see yourself as larger than your problems and emotions. You can also alter your relationship to time.
  • Being truly present is a timeless moment. Notice how much you distract yourself and allow yourself to be distracted. Instead, ask, “What is most important now?”
  • Then you can redirect your attention to that. It may be the people in your life.

The Stress Code

  • Stress is good and bad. A little can help you grow. A lot can ruin you. 
  • Professional athletes face constant stress, but don’t let it rule their lives.
  • Elite athletes’ lives demonstrate four steps to deal with stress:

1: Develop an informed mind-set and attitude.

2: Alter behavior to increase oxytocin levels.

3: The vagus nerve is like a switch that turns off stress. Activate it with yoga and other practices.

4: Right stress-management program stimulates hormones that reduce stress.

To manage stress, implement a “resilience model,” and be the CEO of your physical and mental health.

During my time as a marketing specialist in Acme Inc., I got to write a lot of marketing copy. I was solely responsible for writing emails we sent to prospects and customers, including newsletters.

I also wrote short copy for social media and, occasionally, articles for our blog.

In your job ad, you mention you want someone with talent in inbound sales. I was actually a sales associate at a local store in my area for about three years.

During this time:

  • I learned how to approach customers and ask them the right questions to understand what they need.
  • I learned to handle difficult customers and solve crises. I can also be persistent without being pushy, which I think is a great asset for any salesperson.

I have been following your company’s successes for some time now and I know you have a great software development team. I checked your careers page regularly and when I saw this job, I was thinking this would be the best environment for me to apply the skills I acquired during my internship & Master’s degree.

I have experience in web development and I’m really interested in the projects you’re mentioning in the job – in fact, one of them was the subject of my thesis.

I really think I’m a good fit for the job & can grow even more in your workplace.

Frequently asked questions

What questions should your HR department ask during interviews?

  • Should include what interested the candidate in the role and clarify their experience and past responsibilities to determine if they are a good fit for the role.

Why are HR interview questions important

  • HR department interviews help screen candidates based on their qualifications and if they would be a good fit for the company, not just the hiring role.

What questions should your HR department NOT ask?

  • Asking a candidate about their family life, medical issues, or even what they do with their free time could land you in hot water.

10. Do you have any questions?

Regardless of the stage in the hiring process, candidates should always have the opportunity to ask questions themselves so they can decide if the job is a good fit for them.

The other reason that HR uses this question is to find out if candidates are truly interested in knowing more. They should ask smart questions about the company, and preferably, questions related to the role, too.

9. What are your salary expectations?

Similar HR questions to this have to do with various “technical” aspects of the job, such as willingness to travel or relocate, or ability to follow a shift schedule.

HR professionals use this question to ensure they’re not speaking to a candidate who has excessively high salary expectations (or who is generally unable to meet the demands of the job).

Candidates shouldn’t be asked to divulge their salary history or current salary – in fact, it’s downright illegal to do so in some jurisdictions – but expectations are a good way to make sure both parties are in sync.

8. Describe the workplace where you’ll be most happy and productive.

This can take other forms, too, such as “What can we do to keep you happy if you were hired?” or “What do you like about your current job that you’d like to find here as well?”

These are examples of culture fit interview questions that aim to assess the candidate’s suitability as an employee of the company. Usually, there’s no right or wrong answer. It all depends on whether each candidate is a fit for each individual company.

7. Tell me about this gap in your resume.

This is one of several very common HR interview questions that may refer to anything “out of the ordinary” or interesting in a candidate’s resume, such as a job that lasted for only a few months or that was seemingly unrelated to the candidate’s background, or an outright gap in the candidate’s employment history.

The purpose of these HR interview questions is to clarify these points and make sure there aren’t any red flags.

6. What do you know about our company’s product/services?

The purpose of these types of HR questions is clear: the HR professional wants to ensure that the candidate has researched the company and understands what they’re applying to.

Candidates don’t need to show deep knowledge of the company and its products, but they should certainly know everything that can be discovered via a simple online search – of course, if they have already used the company’s products/services or they know someone who works there, that’s a plus.

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