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Motivational Quotes of the Day:-W. Somerset Maugham


 'It's a funny thing about life; if you refuse to accept anything but the best, you very often get it.'"




"నేను చండశాసనుణ్ణి, ఏ చిన్న పొరబాటునూ సహించలేను. నిన్న నా భార్య కాఫీలో పంచదార తక్కువేసింది. వెంటనే దవడలు వాయించాను" అన్నాడు చిదంబరం.

"నువ్వు చాలా అదృష్టవంతుడివి గురూ. నీకు చాలా మంచి కలలు వస్తుంటాయి" తలమీద బొప్పిని తడుముకుంటూ అన్నాడు సారధి."





How to Prove that You Are Worthy of a Raise

Getting a raise is one of the quickest ways to improve upon your financial picture.. A few minutes of conversation can lead to a pay increase that you will enjoy year after year.

Most of us think that getting a raise is about asking at the right time or framing the question in a certain way. We worry about coming across as ungrateful or overbearing, and we don't want to run the risk of creating a bad situation and upsetting our boss. However, the truth is that most raises are won long before we ever bring up the question.

The five steps below will help you prove that you are worthy of a raise, so that next time you can ask for one with confidence.
  1. Realize that experience does not equal value
    Simply 'putting in your time' does not make you worthy of a raise, a promotion, or even a job. Many of us make the mistake of assuming that experience merits higher pay. In reality, higher value merits higher pay.

    This is a good thing. It means that there is something you can do to earn more money regardless of your situation or experience. It means that you can take action and 'earn' a raise, rather than sitting around 'hoping' to get one.

    You can start this process by being honest with yourself. How much value do you provide at your job right now? How much responsibility do you hold compared to your peers? Let's say you went to a new job; do you provide more value than the person that would replace you? These questions are not meant to discourage you, but rather to help you realize where you currently stand as an employee in your manager's eyes. It's easier to move up the ladder if you know what rung you are starting on.
  2. Determine new ways to create value
    Once you have an idea of where you stand, you can begin looking for ways to increase your value. This is a pretty straightforward process. More valuable employees have more responsibility and generate more results. Let's turn back the clock and look at a very wealthy man as an example.

    Andrew Carnegie was one of the most successful -- and wealthy -- businessmen in all of history.

    When he was a teenager, Carnegie began working for the Pennsylvania Railroad Company. He did extra projects whenever he could, took on additional responsibilities as soon as he could handle them, and showed enthusiasm for getting results. In reference to his time at the company, Carnegie said:

    'I could not resist the temptation to plunge in, take responsibility, give train orders, and set matters going.'

    Carnegie made the practice of doing extra work a habit long before he had his own company and built his fortune in the steel industry. As a result, he earned promotion after promotion and raise after raise. He took honor and pride in the work that he did and showed a desire to go beyond the standard expectations.

    Do you perform duties outside of your regular department? Do you 'plunge in' and 'take responsibility' like Carnegie? If not, how can you start doing so?

    Make a list of additional projects, committees, and responsibilities you can take on at work. Has there been a project that has just been waiting to be finished, but no one has stepped up to work on yet? Is there an upcoming conference or meeting that you can help plan? In many cases, there will be some obvious tasks that you can help out on right away.
  3. Ask for suggestions
    Employees that earn raises are often taking initiative. You can start by having a brief conversation with your boss.

    Tell your boss that you're looking to take on additional responsibilities and ask him if there are any suggestions for what you can do. If he asks why, tell him that you have career goals and improving your skills and increasing your responsibilities is part of that.

    If your boss gives you some suggestions, then you know what you should work on next. In many cases, however, your boss will put off the conversation and tell you that he'll 'get back to you.'

    That's fine. This is where you begin to stand out from the crowd.
  4. Follow up
    Give your boss about a week and then follow up with him.

    This time, however, come with your own list of additional projects and tasks in hand. Show him that you have taken the time to seriously think about how you can create an impact and increase your responsibilities. Very few employees make an active effort like this and your actions will begin the process of setting you apart from your co-workers.

    This is an important step because it shows your boss that you are serious about providing additional value to the company.

    When you finish this follow up conversation, you should have at least one way that you can make a bigger impact. Join a committee. Take on an extra assignment. Become the go-to guy or gal in your office. There is always something you can do.
  5. Make sure you have proof
    Take advantage of your increased responsibilities by doing an amazing job. You should make sure that your new project is your best work.

    As you finish your new projects -- and as you go about your regular job -- be sure to collect clear proof and evidence of your value. Did a customer give you an over-the-top compliment for the job you did? Get it in writing if you can. Did your co-workers find the presentation you gave to be very beneficial? Save those slides for later reference.

    If you can, try to quantify your impact with exact numbers. Did you lead a new training seminar for your peers? How many people attended? How many new skills did they learn? Did you save the company time or money? How much? Using numbers makes it easier for your boss to see your value.

    Using proof is the strongest tool in your toolbox. Keep track of what you do so that you can prove why you deserve a higher paycheck. It is much easier to get a raise when you have clear, specific proof of why you should get it.

    You earn your raise before you ask for it.

    After a few months -- or maybe even a few weeks -- you will have settled into your new responsibilities and you'll have proof of the value you provide. Now that you are armed with these tools, you can confidently ask for a raise. Your additional work will put you ahead of the standard employee and show that your value is worth rewarding.

    Yes, it's extra work, but compare the cost of a few months of additional projects to the payoff that you get from earning more year after year. Asking for a raise is something that most employees always want to talk about, but 'never get around to it' because they know they haven't proven their worth.
If you are serious about getting a raise, then put in some work beforehand and prove that you are worthy of one.
నచ్చితే నలుగురికి చెప్పండి...నచ్చక పొతే వదిలి పడేయండి ....!



"నలుగు ఆడపిల్లలున్న కుటుంబరావు పండక్కి ఇంటికి సున్నం వేయించాలనుకున్నాడు. సామాను బయటకు పెడుతుంటే సోఫా కుషన కింద ఈ వస్తువులు కనబడ్డాయి.
మూడు చిన్న దువ్వెనలు
ముప్పై నాలుగు గుండు పిన్నులు
ఐదు సూదులు
రెండి చీర పిన్నులు
ఇరవై మూడు హెయిర్ పిన్నులు
అప్పడాల ముక్కలు
నాలుగు తలనొప్పి మాత్రలు
ఇరవై టూత్‍పిక్స్
పదమూడు హుక్కులు
తొమ్మిది గుండీలు
బొట్టు బిళ్ళల ప్యాకెట్ (సగం వాడింది)"




"నాకు పదిమంది పిల్లలు పుట్టిన తరువాత తెలిసింది మాఆయనకు నా మీద ప్రేమ అనేది బొత్తిగా లేదని" అంది కమల.
"ఇంకా నయం ప్రేమ ఉంటే ఇంకా ఎంత సంతానభాగ్యం కలిగేదో" అంది రాగిణి."


Amazing Events In Pictures

US President Barack Obama and his family visit Corcovado to see the statue of Christ the Redeemer in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Rinaldo Americo, a Barack Obama impersonator, greets a tourist in Cinelandia Square in Rio de Janeiro where the real President Obama gave a speech. Obama visited Brazil on March 19 and 20 as part of a Latin American tour that also includes Chile and El Salvador.

US first lady Michelle Obama and local school children plant vegetables at the White House Kitchen Garden in Washington, DC

A mother points out hot air balloons to her child as a giant balloon shaped like the head of the character Darth Vader from the Star Wars films lifts off behind them during the 3rd Putrajaya International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta in Malaysia

Glenn Knight, 39, unveils Britain's first pet first aid course where owners learn how to perform CPR and mouth-to-mouth on cats and dogs. The training sessions use dummy animals to teach pet owners how to carry out lifesaving techniques on their beloved pets. He formed the business after he was powerless to intervene when his own dog Sasha, a seven-year-old Labrador, died two years ago.

A bottlenose dolphin leaps for the first time in many months, welcoming spring to Tobermory Bay on the Isle of Mull in the Inner Hebrides, Scotland

Bolivia's President Evo Morales holds bread during "pujllay" celebrations in Tarabuco. "Pujllay" commemorates Tarabuco's indigenous culture during which members of the community perform music and dance, and present an offering to Mother Earth.

Satirical figures representing US President Barack Obama, Chilean President Sebastian Pinera, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez and Cuba's Fidel Castro, are seen mounted before the traditional Fallas festival in Valencia, Spain. Every year the city of Valencia celebrates the ancient "Las Fallas" fiesta, a noisy week full of fireworks and processions in honour of Saint Joseph that ends at midnight on March 19, with the burning of large paper mache figures displayed around the streets of the city.

A large papier mache figure is burned during the Fallas festival in Valencia, Spain. Every year the city of Valencia celebrates the Las Fallas fiesta, a noisy week that is full of fireworks and processions in honour of Saint Joseph which climaxes in the burning of large papier mache figures displayed around the streets of the city.

People smear coloured powder on each other during the Holi festival celebrations in Chennai, India

...The giant shoal of fish - thought to be sardines - formed into a bait ball, a defensive formation which they adopt for safety in numbers from predators.

Balwant Singh, a "Nihang" or Sikh warrior, wearing an 800-metre-long turban, brandishes a "talwar" or sword as he takes part in the Holla Mohalla festival in Anandpur Sahib, in Punjab. Hola Mohalla, or the festival of Nihangs, is celebrated during the Hindu religious festival of Holi, marking the congregation of Sikh devotees from all over the country.

A hot air balloon floats past people who are watching the sunrise at the Pyramid of the Sun of Teotihuacan in Mexico during a festival as part of the spring equinox

Fireworks are seen above a mountain draped with the Kurdish flag for a celebration of Nowruz in Akra, Iraq. Nowruz, the Farsi-language word for "new year", is an ancient Persian festival, celebrated on the first day of spring.

Monkeys holding on to stone taps drink water at the Peace Pond at Syambhunath stupa, a holy shrine in Kathmandu, Nepal

Spinner sharks are seen from James Abernethy's ultralight flying boat at West Palm Beach, Florida. His pictures show up to 10,000 sharks viewed from above indulging in a feeding frenzy...

A woman crosses over a tsunami-hit railway track in Ofunato, Iwate Prefecture, Japan

An elephant collects money from tourists to help the victims of the earthquake and Tsunami in Japan, on the Khao San road in Bangkok, Thailand

Admirers wait for Prince William in Kerang before his visit to flood-affected regions of Victoria, Australia


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