Career in art and photography: How to turn your hobby into a profession

What if your hobby could become your profession? Here’s how you can turn your hobby of art and photography into a career. The Oxford Dictionary of English defines hobby’ as an activity done regularly in one’s leisure time for pleasure’. If this leisure time’ activity can be converted into a livelihood generator then so much more better earning a livelihood from what you love to do. A walk down in a well-frequented park will bring you across many people walking around with a sketch book and pencil or a camera,…

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Career in Interior Designing: Skills needed, job opportunities, salary and where to study

Here are the skills you need, job opportunities, salary details and where you can study interior designing. Rapid urbanisation backed by the rising cosmopolitan culture and improved lifestyle is aspiring people to accommodate themselves in luxurious and comfortable spaces. This gradual shift in lifestyle is definitely a boon to the interior designing industry of India, which is growing at 8 per cent (CAGR) and is expected to reach US$ 1,138 million by 2021. Amidst this steady growth, the industry is beckoning to people who have a great aesthetic sense and the…

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Sourav Ganguly: Career Records and Achievements

General Information about Sourav Ganguly  Full Name: Sourav Chandidas Ganguly Date and place of birth: 8 July 1972 (age 47) Behala, Calcutta, West Bengal Nickname: Dada, Prince of Calcutta, Maharaj, Lord of the Off Side Height: 5 feet 11 inches (1.80 m) Autobiography: A Century is Not Enough Batting Style: Left Hand Bowling: Right Arm Medium Role: Batsman Wife: Donna Ganguly (1997) Daughter: Sana Ganguly Brother: Snehasish Ganguly Captain of the Indian Team: 2000 to 2005 Test debut: 20 June 1996 against England Last Test Match: November 06, 2008 ODI Debut: Against West Indies, January 11, 1992 Last ODI: Against Pakistan at Captain Roop…

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Chinese fashion group EP Yaying to expand into the US and Australia

Chinese fashion group EP Yaying is planning to expand beyond Asia by launching in the US and Australia by next year. The group is bullish about the increasing popularity of the Chinese culture-inspired fashion, and believes it will resonate with foreign consumers. EP Yaying started as a small garment factory in 1988 and in 2016, it has adopted a dual-brand development strategy to cater to different customer bases. Its EP brand offers contemporary international fashion styles while Yaying focuses on “deep exploration of China’s traditional culture, aesthetics, fashion and craftsmanship…

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Fashion and travel blogger Alexandra Lapp, 44, credits age for her success

If age is an obstacle for women in fashion and blogging, Alexandra Lapp may be the exception to the rule. The 44-year-old fashion and travel influencer, who has more than 260,000 followers on Instagram, believes she’s found success in an otherwise ageist industry because of her age, not in spite of it. “I guess a big success factor is surely my age as there are not a lot of women blogging past 40,” Lapp told the Daily Mail. FITNESS BLOGGER CELEBRATES 3 YEARS WITHOUT ADDERALL AFTER DRUG ‘RUINED’ HER LIFE “But there are many women…

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Nearly half of workers have made a dramatic career switch, and this is the average age they do it

What job would you have if money weren’t a concern? For some people, that’s not a hypothetical question, but rather a jumping off point to switching careers. At least, that seems to be the case according to Indeed’s latest survey, which found 58% of workers are willing to take a pay cut in order to completely change industries. In fact, the No. 1 reason why people made a significant career change was because they were unhappy in their previous job sector. Higher pay and greater flexibility tied for the second-biggest reasons…

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Your Marriage Or Your Job? How To Balance Your Career And Your Relationship

Elephant stands on thin branch of withered tree in surreal landscape. This is a 3d render … As a couples therapist practicing in the non-stop, always-buzzing city of San Francisco, I’ve seen my fair share of dual-career marriages. Tech executives, financial professionals, lawyers and others in demanding or high-profile jobs come to me asking for help. For many of these clients, their chief complaint is being unable to nurture their relationships amid their hectic lives: “We have two very demanding careers. We each work 10 or 12 hours a day, and…

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These 5 healthcare startups will help you keep track of your health and fitness

The healthcare sector in India is growing at a brisk pace, thanks to its improved services and coverage. Technology has also played an important role in transforming healthcare services in our country. However, numbers show that expenditure on matters related to healthcare expenditure has been lukewarm. In 2016, the country spent 3.66 percent of GDP for this sector, which was further reduced to 1.4 percent in 2018. But Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself is seen as a fitness icon and a big believer in yoga. So much that he went on to say that yoga…

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Good for career to be locked up: Jammu and Kashmir Governor

Jammu and Kashmir governor Satya Pal Malik felicitates DGP Dilbagh Singh in Srinagar on Wednesday for conducting a successful Amarnath Yatra(PTI) Jammu and Kashmir governor Satya Pal Malik shared multiple pearls of wisdom in his first official media interaction since August 5 when the Centre announced the decision to revoke the special status of the state and imposed a lockdown. The governor feels the longer politicians stay in jail, the higher the political dividends for them The governor believes mobile phones and Internet are essentially weapons of terrorists, and ordinary…

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Shocking Reasons Why Conformity Can Be Toxic For Your Career And Your Company

Do you go along with the pack and risk derailing your career? Or do you risk sticking your neck out and speak up? PHOTO BY DAVID ROTIMI ON UNSPLASH “And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to bloom.”—Anaïs Nin When I was an undergraduate psychology major, I was required to plan and execute a psychological experiment. I replicated the famous Soloman Asch experiment (https://www.simplypsychology.org/asch-conformity.html) on how group pressure induces conformity in decision-making. I used common geometric shapes…

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