Without an MBA, it’s probably easier to be a millionaire than a management consultant.

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  1. Know your fit and fix your target organization accordingly.
  2. While being an industry expert helps, it helps further to be a generalist with exposure to a wide range of roles within that industry. If you have the advantage, pitch it well.
  3. Invest in skills and hone them with relevant projects. Coursework and some projects in Machine Learning not only helped strengthen my candidature but also prepared me well for the current assignment.
  4. Lack of MBA means lack of case study practice. You can still prepare yourself well with ample resources available, such as case study booklets and Youtube videos.
  5. Stay confident in yourself. If you can’t learn management after working for so many years, no degree can teach you.

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First is it’s possible to flip sides by days and even hours or minutes.

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Introverts have the gift of self-contentment. They are comfortable in their own company and do not need attention to be happy.

Extroverts are relatively free at expressing themselves out to the world without overthinking or fear of judgment.

Introverts sometimes only play scenarios in their heads instead of just doing things, restrained by their inhibitions.

Extroverts look for happiness outside in the people around them and often feel uneasy with the idea of shifting places, parting with friends, and solitude.

Being able to shift gears between an introvert and an extrovert is a fantastic blessing, but it sometimes leaves people around you confused.

The secret lies in following your heart and just letting go, but you need to listen to it first.

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First, it has the potential to be addictive.

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Second, many writers have to write an essay even if they feel like expressing a single thought, only to meet the needs of the publications.

Third, everyone feels lazy at times, not wanting to read or write lengthy pieces.

Fourth, it can help writers improve by saying more with less.

Fifth, the world is losing patience.

Sixth, it’s easier to be prolific. People write 150 words in less than 10 mins.

Seventh, the read-to-view ratio is expected to be higher.

Eighth, it’s easy to experiment (the way I am doing right now).

Ninth, it’s not as easy as it looks. Challenging to write, as I am figuring out.

Tenth, the torture ends sooner in case you got stuck writing a wrong piece.

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Divyansh Raghuvanshi

Divyansh Raghuvanshi

'The Manager' with interests in international affairs, fitness, humour, history, data science, and traveling. Currently experimenting with writing.