Don’t get a job after graduation?

Unemployment solution by Digital World Computer
Unemployment solution by Digital World Computer

I receive questions from users asking me for suggestion and solution when they do not get a job even after completing their studies. While everyone aim to get a good job right after completing their studies, most of them will find it difficult to find a job. The reason could vary from one to many.

1.      Communication Problem:
2.      You don’t have enough experience:
3.      You don’t know the basics or haven’t command on concepts:
4.      You are aiming too high or want to join as an expert:
5.      Lack of Passion:
6.      Lack of preparation:
7.      You are not applying for enough jobs:
8.      You are not applying in your field,
9.      You use Facbook, Twitter instead of LinkedIn:
10.  Unemployment in India:

Helping Tips

1.      Look for unpaid internships,
2.      Do Freelancer Working,
3.      Have Expertise in any technology or language,
4.      Work as a Trainee in company,
5.      Attend International or national level seminar or training conducting by many organization,
6.      Participate in each educational or technical event.

If you have any question related to your career and you either have no answer or finding it difficult to make the right decision then please free to get in touch with me.

Daily Routine Essay by Digital World Computer

Activities in the morning: Daily life means a routines life. So I try my best to follow my daily routine. It is my habit to get up early in the morning. I brush my hands, wash my hands, face and take my ablution and say my Fazar prayer. Then I go out for a walk in the open air for about half an hour and come back home again. Once again I wash my hands, feet and face. After that I take my breakfast and sit at my reading table. I read for three hours at stretch. Nobody is allowed to enter my room during this time. I make my lessons attentively.

Activities in the college: After finishing my regular lessons, I take my bath and meal. Then I start for my college at 10 a. m. because our college sits at 10-30 a.m. I always sit in the first bench and listen to what my teachers say. I take down the important notes. In the off period I do not move here and there. Rather I go to the common room and refresh myself by taking part in indoor and outdoor games. At tiffin period I take my tiffin and say my Zohor prayer.

In the afternoon: Our college breaks up at 4 p.m. Then I come back to my home straight. I do not spend time with bad boys on the way. Returning home, I wash my face, teeth, hands and feet very well and have my meal. I say my Asar prayer. After taking a little rest, I go to the play ground. I play football or other outdoor games with my class mates. Before the sun set I return to my home.

In the evening: Returning home, I take my ablution and say my Magrib prayer. Then I sat at my reading table and prepare my lessons till 10 p.m. After that I say my Esha prayer. I take my supper. Normally I go to bed at 11 p.m. Besides this I read the daily newspapers and weeklies. I enjoy television. I maintain my dairy.

This is my daily routine. But there are minor changes. On Friday I go to different places to remove the monotony. So during long vacation and holidays I go to the house of my relatives. I also take part in social work.

Conclusion: A routined life is a must for everybody to reach the goal of life.Without following a routined life none can hope to march in life. So everyone should have a daily life and follow it strictly.

10 Things Not To Say To Your Child

10 Things Not To Say To Your Child
10 Things Not To Say To Your Child

Parenting is no easy job. The most important and difficult part of parenting is learning to talk to your child.

Remember that children take everything literally and the way you talk to them goes a long way in building their personality. As a parent who wants the best for them, sometimes we say things that we don’t really mean. Caution: damage is done.

Read on to know the 10 things parents and grandparents should never tell their kids:

1.      ‘You are a bad boy/girl’

Never feed negative thoughts in your children, it kills their self-esteem. Kids are innocent and believe in goodness. Always tell them to be good, happy, and positive. Explain them that some words or actions are bad as they may hurt or harm somebody. But don’t tell them that it makes them a bad boy/girl. In fact, give them a positive comment like “you are the best/cutest/brightest child in the world,” it will boost their self-esteem. Chances are that they would never want to let you down. Teach them what is right and wrong, and to value good things over bad.

2.      A straight ‘NO’

A straight ‘no’ is too harsh for your little prince/princess. If kids hear ‘no’ all the time, they lose confidence and faith in their parents. If you don’t approve of your children action, try giving them options. For example, instead of saying “No shouting,” try “Talk softly, please.” Instead of “Don’t play in the house,” tell them “Why don’t you call your friends to the park and play.”

3.      ‘Don’t talk to me’

Never ban the channel of communication between you and your children. Never tell them to stop talking or arguing. Let them question and share their opinion freely. Rather talk to them, if you want them to stick to your advice. Tell them what they are supposed to do and why it’s important. Convince them with your words, tone, and expressions. Yes, keep talking and listening till they buy your point. When my child doesn’t buy my point, instead of asking him not to argue, I make a sad face and say ‘Okay, do whatever you like, but I am upset.’ This may start the conversation again and you have a chance to bargain or win the argument. Try arriving on a win-win situation.

4.      ‘Why can’t you be like your brother/sister?’

Never compare your children with their brother/sister. It makes them jealous. They will feel left out. It drives feeling of failure in your kids and dislike between siblings.

5.      ‘Leave me alone!’

You are everything to your kids. Never tell them  that you will leave them alone or demand to be left alone. Never say anything that will hurt your children to an extent that they feel they aren’t loved or wanted. It’s a big no-no even if you feel like pulling out your hair, or just want to be alone. Talk of kids teaching us patience? Yeah!

6.      ‘No one wants kids like you’

A ‘problem child’ doesn’t exist by its own, right? We are the ones to blame if kids become problematic. They are a reflection of parents. They have learnt everything from parents, family, friends, and surroundings. So if you think your children aren’t behaving properly, remember they didn’t choose to be in the world that surrounds them. You chose that world for them!
7.      ‘You can’t do this!’

Never shake your kids’ self-confidence. There will be times when they would want to do something, but you know they won’t be able to do. Just remember to give them a chance as long as it doesn’t harm them. When my son thinks he can lift a heavy chair, instead of ‘you can’t do it,’ I tell him, ‘Try if you can do it or I will help you,’ or  ‘You might hurt yourself in this attempt so let me do it for you.’ The best alternative, however, is ‘Let’s do it together!’ Kids learn through trial and error. However they’ll never try anything new, if you’ve made them afraid to try.

8.      ‘Girls/Boys don’t do that’

A child is a child, so let him/her be. Don’t create gender-biased rules. Let your kids decide for themselves—to be more like girls or boys when they grow up. Don’t stop them from exploring things they may be curious about or good at. When my son was three years old, I bought him a kitchen set and was prepared to see people surprised. Who said boys shouldn’t cook?

9.      ‘Let Daddy come and I will tell…’

This common mistake by parents is a double whammy. It instills anxiety and fear in your child—especially of the person who you’re going to tell about whatever happened—and it shows you’re incapable of handling your children or the issue. Also, don’t make it an everyday threat. There are things your kid may do unintentionally, or irresponsibly. You may want to tell your spouse about it. Ask your kids, “Do you want to tell dad, or should I explain it to him and give the reason?” Let your children take ownership of their mistakes and their actions, but do it respectfully.

10. ‘You are too big to do this!’

Don’t deprive your kids of childhood. They will grow up, what’s the hurry? Instead, be like them. See if it makes them more comfortable and happy. So when my 8-year-old wants to jump on the bed because India won a cricket match, what do I do? I start jumping too, and love to see him happier!

As a parent it’s our responsibility to make them happy, secure, and confident to face the world. What are the other things you think a parent should never say to a child? Comment now!

Motivational Speech (How a person can outcome from RELATIONSHIP or DIVORCE)

Motivational Speech (How a person can outcome from RELATIONSHIP or DIVORCE)
Motivational Speech (How a person can outcome from RELATIONSHIP or DIVORCE)

Recently, an IT Company was invited me for giving motivational speech in Meerut. We on the behalf of Digital World Computer were elaborating on the topic “How personal life beneficial for your professional life” or “How you dedicated towards professional life if you are happy in personal life”.

At the End, a best employee of the company asks me a question. The question was “Sir, recently I divorced and I lost my child custody too. I want to quit from my job because I have enough money to survive my rest of the life.”

I have no quick reply because I was survived in the same case. But I was recovered my life as I can.
Company Manager wants that employee don’t quit the job.

It is the toughest time when I heard that this workshop conducted to target this employee.

A single situation affects our Emotional Level, confidence level, physiological level, conciseness, self evaluation level and thinking capacity, etc.

1.      Make a supportive Social Network
2.      Redefine Yourself
3.      Minimize the impact on Kids

General Recommendations:

1.      Don’t be loose your confidence.
2.      Think about your first meeting, what’s your position that time.
3.      Improve your position, if you will succeed in life than you can give it to your children.
4.      Forget about the past and Live in the present.
5.      Spend your time with your loved ones.
6.      Attend party invitation and Enjoy each moment of your life.
7.      Write Poems, Stories or dairy whatever you liked most.
8.      Listen music, do yoga and others.
9.      Change your goal, mission and career status.
           10.  Start a relation and reboot your new life.