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K Alliance: A Total Online Training Solutions Provider

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There’s no denying that IT and computers have assimilated into virtually every business area that exists right now. The traditional business disciplines like accounting, management and human resource have been targeted by IT and right now there are many software packages that integrate these functions and more.

Now imagine you’re in the IT line itself. Gone are the days when IT people merely provide support and firefighting services whenever a system has gone bonkers. Today’s IT workforce are expected to be dynamic, self-motivated and constantly updated with the latest technological trends.

Traditionally, IT personnel went through the same traditional classroom-based training programs. But as work becomes more demanding and free time is a luxury that many don’t have, alternatives like online computer training; like the one provided by K Alliance, have gained tremendous popularity over the past few years.

I’ve had the opportunity to review the courses offered by K Alliance and the technology implemented to deliver these solutions. In this post, I’d like to share them with you.

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The 32nd Year Of My Life Begins

Happy Birthday to Me!

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I was born 31 years ago on this date. Three decades on this earth… wow! I’ve met so many interesting people and done so many deeds that I’m very proud of.

To commemorate my 31st birthday, I’ve decided to list down 31 things that I believe in. I try to run my life as closely as I can to these 31 points. I’m sure there will be revisions to this list just as I’m sure there are things to be added to it.

But as it is, here are The 31 Things That I Believe Everyone Should Know.

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Are You Ready For Change?

Waiting on the World to Change

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Change is an incident beyond norm. There are certain changes that are caused by you and others are totally independent of your actions. Some changes are positive and others are negative. One thing that’s sure is that changes happen around us all the time.

Humans are generally change averse creatures. Most of us prefer the familiar over discovering new ways to do thing. If it’s not for the explorers, tinkerers, geeks and boffins we lot would have gone nowhere! We’d still be living in caves and hunting for food.

The fact is that the world around us keeps changing. Our ancestors realize that some days are colder than the norm. Out of necessity they discovered fire, used fur and leather as clothes, reared animals and farmed. Why? Because keeping the status quo will ultimately lead to their doom.

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Why Waiting For The Right Opportunity Is Something You Should Stop Doing

Your big opportunity may be right where you are now. - Napoleon Hill

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Have you ever postponed doing something potentially profitable because you wanted to see if it really is true? What did you tell yourself?

  • I need to see if this really works
  • Maybe there are better opportunities out there
  • I’m too busy right now, I’ll take it up later

Chances are, you never got back on the offer. Worse still, the opportunity was snapped up by someone else. The absolute worst case: he made a decent amount of income!

…and all you could do was think; “Damn, that could have been me!”

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Points To Ponder: Living A More Satisfying Life

Motivation

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So what’s the key to happiness? You’ll get different answers depending on who you ask. What’s important is the essentials. I’ve received an email that lists useful advice on how to live a more satisfying life and I feel that I should share some of the points listed with you.

Once you’ve gone through the list, pick those that you haven’t already been doing and start implementing it immediately. Talk to your colleague in the cubicle next to you. Call your wife or girlfriend just to say “I love you”. Or you can patch up the differences over an argument you had with your partner.

The important thing is to take action… and to do it now.

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