Monthly Archives: February 2014

Reasons to Change Your Job Mr. Karpe Explains

Job Changing, Changing Job

One becomes success when he starts loving what he is doing. When you love and do your job you will be able to give 100% which will lead to your success. It is not good that every time to think to change your job. It will give a bad impression among the industries.

Sachin Karpe says if the following few reasons suits you then only consider changing your career. Find a career which would suit your skills, talents, lifestyle and passion.

Many of them work where they are not interested in. Reasons could be like they might be sole earner, they have been recommended by their most respected elder in their family, taking care of family business so and so reasons go on. Do your job to sharpen your skills and become an expert what you love.

In your job environment you might be given limited opportunities where you cannot explore much and your skills are not utilized. In this case change your job and make sure you find a job where you can be show your skills, most important it should fit your personality and interest you.

Working in an environment just to earn higher package won’t stay for long. Because when you don’t love your job you won’t be able to give the best, due to this you might end up in termination. Even if you work, how long you will be able to work on the job which doesn’t fit. Do what interest you even if are paid less in the start. Show your skill and improve yourself and you will be rewarded in no time.


Sachin Karpe Shares the 5 Easy Ways to Work Smarter Not Longer

Work Smarter

Companies have begun to realize that they’re not getting more work out of people with even longer hours, and might be cutting down on the volume and quantity of effort they actually could get. Fatigue and sleep deprivation slows thinking and impedes effectiveness, not just in the extra hours, but during the whole week says expert Sachin Karpe. Be ruthless about prioritizing tasks, List your items to do, prioritize them, and work on the most important, then the second most important, and so on. The biggest time waster is redoing a task you didn’t do completely the first time around, thus doubling the time it takes, be realistic about how many gains you can really make. Trying to do everything yourself, though, is another way of ignoring priorities and avoiding planning.

Sachin Karpe Talks About 5 Things Every Business Leader Should Know About Strategy

Business Leader, Business People, Work Strategy

‘Strategy’ is a cool word. Business people like to use it. It leaves a good impression with your audience if you talk about strategy. It’s even expected from a certain seniority level in an organization, says Sachin Karpe. Here’s a list a 7 things he believes every leader should know about strategy. Know these inside out and you will do better than 80 percent of the managers that you will come across. Compete to be unique, not to be the best, Compete for profit, Know your industry, Learn to say no, Don’t ever stand still, Scenario thinking is important, Every leader should at least master the basics so that they don’t need a strategy consultant for every reflection process or at least to help them challenge the scenario models that the strategy consultant presents.

Markets Sharp and Volatile

Stock Markets

The volatility in the market continues to be sharp, and markets tend to confuse most participants with the yo-yo moves during the past couple of sessions. Today’s trade too opened in the red but moved into green soon enough as the bulls started getting an upper hand. The strong PCR at 6000 levels clearly indicates an expectation of the 6000 level being a strong support as of now. The sudden surge of strength in the power and allied stocks like COAL INDIA, TATA POWER, PFC helped elevate the mood in an otherwise dull market. Banking stocks also continued to show some resilience on a selective basis while pharma provided the support to move the NIFTY into green and remain afloat till the session ended on a +ve note.