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Read about a salesman who studied software, accidentally discovered his passion for advertising, and overcame hurdles to set up his agency.
Using her communication skills and varied interests, Lotty Alaric planned a move from being a school teacher to a television anchor and newsreader.
From being a preacher to a practitioner, Naresh Malhan’s career has come a full circle, interspersed with interesting career breaks along the way.
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Krishnamurthy Vijayan went through the grind of mastering the basics of three diverse skills before moving on to bigger projects.
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Mentoring can provide direction to your career and add value to your networth.
From a computer engineer to a marketing professional, Mrinalini Batra has finally found her niche in student counselling.
When an injury left him unfit for active duty in the Indian Army, Deependra Sengar cleared CAT to study HR practices and is now the chief executive of a hiring firm.
Despite a spectacular rise from a clerk to deputy general manager, Arun Grover quit her public sector job for an unplanned second career. She has no regrets.
Prabir Jha's career focus did not waver nor did his professional plans go awry after quitting his cushy government job.
Ram Badrinathan moved from marketing to follow his passion for travel. “It’s like being on a paid holiday 24/7,” he says.
A job loss need not put you permanently out of action. With some planning and care, you can emerge intact and solvent.
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When your career stops generating positive returns, it is time to reinvest in a more paying job; just like you would do with your money.
In his mid-40s, Sunder Iyer decides to resign from a regular job to follow his passion for photography, taking a cut in his income. Yet he is happy.
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