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Don’t complain. Stand up, own your career & life

By | Anand Bhaskar

Over my years in the industry, there is one consistent aspect of human behavior I have observed is that around 70% of the people employed in the corporate world are dissatisfied, constantly complaining and appear to be unhappy with how their career is progressing viz. their aspirations. Another interesting facet that I have observed is that most people hold other people responsible for the state of their careers. There is always a punching bag and all issues are conveniently externalized.

People seldom look at themselves in the mirror and ask the hard question – What am I doing or not doing for this to be happening to me?

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Anand BhaskarA professional, an entrepreneur, a humanist & thought leader with 25+ years of Industry experience across varied sectors – Petroleum, FMCG, Financial Services, IT Product and Digital & IT Services. Worked with well respected companies such as BPCL, Unilever, GE, Microsoft & Sapient.Specialties: Executive Coaching, Management & HR Consulting in the area of business & HR strategy, Org design & change, Talent Management and Leadership coaching & development. Professional Certified Coach (PCC) from International Coaching Federation (ICF), USA.

He is currently the Founder & Head of Planet Ganges, a Global Learning & Collaboration Eco-System leveraging “digital” to bring global learners, learning providers, corporates & universities on one platform to collaborate & enable boundary-less learning opportunities for every human on the planet.

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