Creative Name Cards / Business Cards

Name card as an important part of company’s CIS (Company Identity Sytem) might be the first impression people have to its belonging company. Hence, company pay lots attention to design an attractive name card to enhance the impression of the company. Following, I will present 51 Creative Designs of Name Card. They can be divided into three groups according to their different features: Special Material; Awesome Graphic Design and Irregular shape
Group 1: Special Material
Usually, name card is made of paper. But some special material actually can get some unexpected effect, like transparent plastic card, stretchable rubber card, eatable card. Some card are actually a small bag containing flower feed, which can be planted and some card are decomposable — its part can be used as tools.
Creative Name Card Design

Creative Name Card Design
Creative Name Card Design
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6 Tips for Resolving Conflicts

By Junaid Tahir: 
Resolving conflicts whether in office, in friends community or at home is a challenge. The situation sometimes get worst when nobody shows the flexibility on his/her stance. The below tips might help when you have been assigned (Or you assign it to yourself) to resolve  the conflict.

1-    Be fair regardless of your relation with different parties. Sometimes your closed one can be wrong. Hence make up your mind to be transparent and fair throughout. Judge people fairly.
2-   Empathetic Listening is very important. Listen to all parties carefully. Put yourself in their shoes to understand their stance.
3-   Carefully analyze the statements from each party. List down the pros
and cons of the stance from each party. Sometimes both parties are right and sometimes both are wrong. In your analysis you need to find the option which gives maximum benefit to everyone.  Article written by Junaid.Tahir
4-   If the conflict is between two persons, consider a solution which neither party-A has proposed, neither B. Propose third solution which suits both persons. Consider Win-Win scenario where everyone gains something at the cost of compromise.
5-   If you want to give advice to a party (which you think is wrong), give it privately. Don't do counseling when both are present. This will offend one party and may strain the relations further. Remember not to criticise. Article written by Junaid.Tahir
6-   Sometimes youngsters are right and old ones are wrong. If the issue is not too serious, request youngsters to be flexible. It always pay off. Remember that we have learnt so much from our seniors (bosses, team leads, parents and other senior family members). So this is the time to pay back to make them feel proud about their teachings and to develop trust in relations.

Developing emotional intelligence is another approach to study people and understand them in depth. As per Wikipedia "Emotional intelligence (EI) is the ability to identify, assess, and control the emotions of oneself, of others, and of groups" Learn this technique to improve your mental powers. Google it.

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Spreading False Information

By Junaid Tahir

What makes me sad when I see people gossiping negatively and backbiting, and pulling other's legs. It even hurts when they give extreme remarks about someone's character. Sometimes they give comments about someone with whom they haven't even worked closely. Such people posses a  polluted thought process and when they do gossips they pollute the brains around them. They spread negativity and false information most of the time. I wonder why they have such a weak criteria of judging others and they have such a lose tongue which does the character assassination all day long. My question to such people is that do they have the courage to say the same remarks in front of the person? If not, then most likely their perception and their judgment is on false grounds so they should abstain from such garbage talks and negative criticism.

As a matter of fact, if you are negative, you are spreading negativity too. On the contrary if you are an all-positive personality you are generating the ripples of peace and happiness in society. Hence I urge you not to waste your precious energies and time on gossips, issues of the past, negative thoughts or things you cannot control. Instead invest your energies in the positive present moment and do constructive activities and act like a responsible professional, a dutiful citizen and a nice family member J

Junaid Tahir, a telecom engineer and a blogger, writes articles on wisdom, happiness and stress management at his personal blog. His personal Google Group can be joined here. He is reachable at for any kind of suggestions and comments

Story: Glass, Lake and Salt

The old Master instructed the unhappy young man to put a handful of salt in a glass of water and then to drink it. "How does it taste?" the Master asked. "Not good at all," spat the apprentice.

The Master chuckled and then asked the young man to take another handful of salt and put it in the lake. The two walked in silence to the nearby lake and when the apprentice swirled his handful of salt into the lake, the old man said, "Now drink from the lake."

As the water dripped down the young man's chin, the Master asked, "How does it taste?" "Good!" remarked the apprentice. "Do you taste the salt?" asked the Master. "No," said the young man.

The Master sat beside this troubled young man, took his hands, and said, "The pain of life is pure salt; no more, no less. The amount of pain in life remains the same, exactly the same. But the amount we taste the 'pain' depends on the container we put it into. So when you are in pain, the only thing you can do is to enlarge your sense of things..... Stop being a glass.  Become a lake!"

Top Tips to Reduce Stress At the Workplace

The Way You Work 
Look critically at the way you approach your work. Common causes because of which people come under job stress are:
  1. Over committing: In order to climb the ladder faster you may be biting more than you can chew. This approach often backfires, because too much on your plate makes you stressed and affects the quality of your work, which in turn can draw criticism and cause more stress.
  2. Not delegating: Trying to do it all by yourself may be an important reason why you are always overworked. Give your teammates the maximum possible opportunity to do a task even if they are not as perfect as you are.
  3. Multitasking too much: Multitasking ability is often seen as a highly desirable skill. However, if you frequently find yourself loaded with half-done jobs maybe you are multitasking too much.
  4. Perfectionism: It's great to give your best, but it's important to realize that you may not be able to do so all the time. Learn to accept "good" instead of "perfect" once in a while.
  5. Lack of discipline: If you chat when you should be working, you may find yourself working when you should be resting. If you postpone everything for tomorrow, naturally tomorrow is going to be a difficult day. You can hardly afford to not plan your day or not stick to your plan if you want to keep stress at bay.
The Way You Communicate
Much stress and confusion is caused because people fail to, or do not have the opportunity to communicate clearly with their managers, teams, and clients. Some common communication pitfalls are:
  1. Lack of clarity about your role: Before you plunge into a job, make sure that you know what is expected from you. You may be working very hard at something that is not what your manager or client has in mind. It surely is a definite recipe for stress for both parties.
  2. Not communicating your expectations: If you have certain expectations from you manager, communicate them as far as possible. Assert yourself beforehand rather than feeling dejected when your expectations are not met.
The Way you Think 
Changing the way you think about a certain situation can greatly reduce the amount of stress that it is causing. By this we do not mean that stress is all in your head, but, yes what's going on in your head can affect the degree of stress that you are experiencing.
  1. Put it in the right perspective: Most of us work for very clear reasons, the most common and important of which is to earn a living. If you always stay aware of the reason why you are working, you will be able to look at your workplace problems more objectively. Many times accepting that there are certain things that you cannot change immediately can help you feel much less frustrated about them.
  2. Stay Positive: Become aware of the thoughts that are making you feel bad about yourself. It will turn out that they are only a part of the whole picture. When what's going wrong makes you feel terrible, list down all that is going right in your life which you may be taking for granted.
Your Physical Environment
When you are flooded with work it helps to have the right working environment. Uncomfortable working conditions worsen the physical symptoms of stress such as headache and muscle pain. Fixing these seemingly small issues can help much more than you think. Some of the things that you must avoid are:
  1. Wrong chair: Your chair should provide the right kind of back support and be at the right height. Your eyes should be at the right level with the computer screen.
  2. Too much noise or light: Noise can remarkably reduce efficiency by not letting you focus. Glare on your desk can cause eye strain.
  3. Poorly functioning work equipment: A printer that doesn't work can substantially add to frustration and irritability. These seemingly trivial issues must be solved to keep unnecessary stress away.
  4. Too much clutter: A clean environment has an instantly calming effect. Removing junk from your work environment will make you feel more organized and in control.
Eat Right 
The food-mind connection is a scientifically proven phenomenon. What you eat does influence the way you think and how you react to situations.
  1. Stress Reducing Food: Some nutrients such as Vitamin C, lycopene, omega-3 fatty acids and CoQ10 have been reported to help people stay calmer in stressful situations. You can find a good dose of these in citrus fruits, tomatoes, watermelon, papaya, nuts and fish. Or you can ask your family doctor to recommend a dietary supplement containing the right amount of these nutrients. Bananas are also known to have a stress busting effect by providing a shot of potassium and promoting serotonin release in brain. Try having them for breakfast or as a snack during the day when work makes you burst with stress.
  2. Don't Eat Junk to De-stress: A large number of people indulge in feel-good eating to bring down their stress level. Sadly, if this de-stress method becomes a habit, it can cause more distress in the long run. Unhealthy eating pulls down your energy level, causes gastrointestinal problems, irritability, mood swings and leaves you ill-equipped to deal with stress. Not to mention the long term ill effects on health and the added stress caused by an expanding waistline. So when you reach for desserts to feel better, remind yourself Desserts is just Stressed spelt backwards!
Breathe Right
Deep breathing can instantly soothe frayed nerves. Mastering the art of breathing right can keep you calm by stopping you from taking rapid, shallow breaths that make your heart beat faster.
Use Aromatherapy
Oils of chamomile, eucalyptus, lavender, peppermint, rose, and thyme are all soothing and are known to produce a calming effect. Keep a vial in your desk or put some in your handkerchief. Take a whiff when you feel stressed.
It has been proven beyond doubt that regular exercise makes you psychologically and physically better equipped to deal with stressful situations. A short brisk walk or even just getting up from your chair to stretch your muscles can dissipate a lot of stress.
Try Acupressure
Acupressure is the technique of stimulating some pressure points with fingers in order to heal certain conditions. You can try using acupressure to relieve stress by pressing on the following three points. Apply firm, steady pressure just enough to cause a mild ache but not pain. Press on each point for two to three minutes.
  1. Between your eyebrows, in the indentation where the bridge of the nose meets the forehead.
  2. On the back of the neck slightly below the base of the skull, about half an inch to the left or right of the spine.
  3. Half an inch below the top of each shoulder, midway between the base of the neck and the outside of the shoulder blade.
Don't Quit in a Hurry 
It's okay to quit an overwhelmingly stressful job, but it should be a carefully thought out step rather than a reaction to stress. There is often little guarantee that your next job will be any less stressful and unemployment can be far more stressful than the most stressful of jobs.

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There was once an earnest gardener who loved his work and his produce. One day he was walking through his delightful garden and happened to notice a weed (A weed is a plant considered undesirable in a particular situation, "a plant in the wrong place). The gardener was particularly tired so he decided to leave it.

The next day he had to leave to visit his relatives in another country for two weeks. When he came back, the back yard was covered in weeds and all his produce was dead!


Likewise, if we allow just one bad thought in our head and fail to remove it, it will sprout and instead of having to pick one weed, we will have too much to control.
If we destroy our negative thoughts, by allowing positive ones to grow, they will display in our personality like a beautiful garden.

Thats the power of positive thought. We are, what our thoughts are.
We should always entertain only good and positive thoughts in our mind and never give way for anything negative!

27 Email Etiquette Tips for Professionals

Even after the advent of social media and improvements in text messaging, email is  still the mode of communication that continues to prevail in the professional realm. The ability to give direction, put out fires, and more without being face-to-face has enabled many businesses to use email as a productivity tool. However, there are times when professionalism goes out of the window, and etiquette rules are forgotten. Today, we will take a look at 27 email etiquette tips for business professionals.

1. Greeting
s and Send-offs

I never start an email with the contents. An email always begins with a sound introduction or with the recipient's name. This will, in the beginning, let them know to whom they are speaking with. Whe
n you begin by acknowledging them by name (e.g. Hello, John Doe), you will let them know whom you intend on talking with. When you are done with an email, always finish by saying "Thanks" or "Cheers", to practice good etiquette and respect.

2. Know When to Call

Not all communication has to occur through email. Once conversation begins to mention specifics, it may be wise to schedule a phone call—this can prevent misunderstandings and can even expedite your correspondence. It is also respectful to pick up the phone when a meeting, scheduled by email, is cancelled.

3. Mind Your Punctuation

Professionalism involves knowing how to mind your punctuation. In a standard email correspondence, you should use periods and question marks about 95% of the time. Leave exclamation points to when your conversation is light-hearted, and you're familiar with the recipient.

4. The Clock is Ticking

When dealing with business, never keep them waiting. As the saying goes, "time is money". You should never let a recipient wait more than two days for your reply. Just like a phone call, waiting on an email can hold up progress on whatever project you are attempting to establish. After all, isn't that why you're emailing and not using snail mail?

5. Write it Right

Grammar and spelling should be two considerations when emailing in a professional environment. Even though the content is the star of the email, ensuring that your grammar is in check allows the business acquaintance to know that you are taking the conversation seriously. Most email clients have spelling and grammar checks, so use them!

6. Consider Company Culture

Let's be honest—while grammar and tone should be professional, we must still consider the companies that we are contacting. Inner business emails between more relaxed companies will of course be a bit different from, let's say, the White House. While minding your grammar, continue to give off an approachable vibe while emailing.

7. Engineer the Perfect Subject Line

The first thing your recipient sees is the subject line. Frankly, they will discern the importance of an email by a subject line before reading its contents. Make sure you leave a great impression by being mindful of capitalization, being concise, and to the point.

8. Reply vs. Reply-All

Nothing is more embarrassing than sending a mass email that was intended for only one recipient. This is the result of an email that began with multiple recipients. When replying, you will have the option to "Reply"—which emails the sender—or "Reply-All", which sends your message to everyone the original message was sent to. Double check before sending, or you'll be sorry.

9. Consider The Privacy of Others

There will be instances when you'll have to send business emails to multiple recipients who may not know each other. The recipient's email address is added to the "To:" section in average emails, but in multiple recipient emails, you should add the addresses to the "BCC" or Blind Carbon Copy section, to prevent others from viewing recipient addresses.

10. Tailor a Signature

Unlike a greeting or send-off, an email signature is automatically added to the bottom of a message, where you can add a small biography and contact information. This doesn't replace a quality greeting, but it does allow a new acquaintance to learn more about you and to know where to get in contact with you.

11. Go in Vacation Mode

Several times a year, during vacation, I usually find myself separated from my email. As seen in tip #4, time is of the essence, and it's rude to leave an email in your inbox unanswered. To alert individuals of my absence, I add an auto-responder (through Gmail, but also available on other clients) mentioning of why I'm gone and when I will return.

12.  Be Mindful of Links

Hackers have found ways to add viruses and malware to attachments and links. When forwarding emails, ensure that the links and attachments are safe. Also, reduce the number of chain messages you forward and never send any from an unknown recipient.

13. Create a TL:DR Summary

TL:DR is an acronym standing for "Too long, didn't read". It's quite blunt and is the case for many busy business acquaintances who simply are too busy to read long email conversations. For this reason, when forwarding or periodically when replying to conversations, summarize previous points in bullets to keep recipients up-to-speed on email contents.

14. Job Search Tip: Resume and Cover Letter

When searching for a job, email etiquette is of the utmost importance. When replying to a job board, always ensure that you include your resume and cover letter. By default, these should be attachments unless they explicitly are against them.

15. Ask Before Attaching

The reason companies don't like large attachments is because companies are given a specified storage space they pay for. Your large attachment eats up their storage allowance. Before sending a large attachment, or multiple ones, always ask for permission from the recipient.

16. When is Irony Appropriate?

Irony is a popular form of comedy for most people. However, in a business setting, you should shy away from it. Irony in any written form can be misunderstood at best, and at worst be taken as offensive. Save the irony for emails within your company.

17. Rethink Your Font

A company email isn't a PowerPoint presentation from your sixth grade English project: leave the fancy fonts for another time. Not only does it come off as unprofessional, some companies may not have the email clients that can present such fonts. Besides, who wants to read Edwardian Script font anyway?
Professional Fonts to Use
  • Times New Roman
  • Georgia
  • Veranda
  • Arial
  • Book Antiqua
  • Calibri

18. Documents Open for All

Obscure file types can prevent companies from being able to open the attachments you send, which can slow down business operations and projects. Leave attachment file types to PDFs, .doc, .txt, or .jpeg. They usually are of a reasonable size and can be opened on most machines and operating systems.

19. Separate Work from Play

It's not wise to use your company email to send personal messages to friends and relatives. Use your business email for colleagues and business acquaintances only, for two reasons: to maintain the professional nature of your inbox, and to limit wasteful use of email storage space.

20. Ensure Your Email Wasn't Trashed

If you haven't heard back from a receiver, chances are that they are busy. Inquiring on whether or not they got your message could make it worse, but there are times when emails are quite pertinent. Wait a week to a week-and-a-half if time allows, and if you still don't have a reply, call them or dispatch another email.

21. Make Your Intentions Clear

When recipients only have a minute or two to read an email, you should make your message as concise and to the point as possible. Provide an outline in the beginning of the email of what you expect from the recipient before going a bit in depth.

22. Connect Email to Your Phone

To prevent recipients from waiting, connect your business email to your phone to ensure that you are able to reply to them in a timely manner. In the settings of most smart phones, you are able to adjust your signature.

23. Inner Company Acronyms

While acronyms are ill-advised to new acquaintances, creating company acronyms between co-workers can be a clever way to ensure that they understand the importance or intent of the message. Acronyms like "NRN" (No Reply Needed) can allow colleagues to know what messages are urgent and what can wait.

24. Extend What's in Email

It's easy to blame forgetting or misunderstanding a meeting request given through an email. Most email clients don't have alarm systems. This means it's your responsibility to apply outside the inbox what is relevant (creating calendar alerts for meetings, etc) to be productive.

25. Consider Time Differences

It can be aggravating to request a call or meeting through email and not hear back within a timely manner. It is necessary, however, to ensure that this isn't due to time zone differences. If you are requesting a call from an Australian acquaintance and you're in New York, ensure time zone differences are worked out.

26. Check Your Calendar

To prevent unnecessary back and forth emailing, it is wise to be mindful of  traditions and holidays in the culture or religion of your recipient. If you are in a country where Christmas isn't widely celebrated, it may not be wise to schedule a meeting for December 24th when the rest of your location is on business as usual.

27. Inform Employees on Etiquette

It's fine and dandy to follow all of these email etiquette tips yourself, but if you are the only one following them, it still gives your business a bad image. Share valuable email etiquette tips with your co-workers to ensure the business name is kept sound.
Let us know in the comments below of a moment when your email etiquette left a good impression on the recipient. Also, let us know when email etiquette was tossed out the window, and its outcome.

source: LifeHack

Story: The Eagle and The Chickens

Once upon a time there was a large mountain side where there an eagle's nest rested. The eagle nest contains four large eagle eggs.  One day an earthquake rocked the mountain causing one of the eggs to roll down the mountain, to a chicken farm, located in the valley below. The chickens knew that they must protect and care for the eagle's egg, so an old hen volunteered to nurture and raise the large egg.
One day the egg hatched and a beautiful eagle was born. Sadly, however the eagle was raised to be a chicken. Soon the eagle believed he was nothing more than a chicken. The eagle did what the other chicken did. It scratched in the dirt for seeds. It clucked and crackled. It never flew more than a few feet because that is what the other chickens did. The eagle loved his home and family but his spirit cried out for more. While playing a game on the farm one day he looked to the skies above and noticed an eagle soaring gracefully and majestically in the skies.

He asked the chickens: "what is that beautiful bird?'

the chickens replied, "That is an eagle. He is an outstanding bird, but you cannot fly like him because you are just a chicken."

So the eagle never gave it a second thought, believing that to be truth. He lived the life of and died as a chicken depriving himself of his heritage because of lack of vision.

What a waste! He was born to win but conditioned to lose.
The same thing is true for most people. The unfortunate part of life is as Oliver Wendall Holmes said, " We don't achieve excellence because our own lack of vision."

Don't let negative people drag you down. Remember that a person's character is not only judged by the company they keep but also by the company they avoid.

7 Rules of Management

1. Stay calm.
Never react in anger or blow your stack. If you're so POd that you can't trust yourself to be calm, then go away and come back when you can. The workplace is no place for that kind of behavior, period.

2. Attack the problem, not the person.
When you criticize or attack someone personally, you risk burning a bridge. Focus on the real issues at hand. You know, what the company actually pays you to do.

3. Be open and honest.

The second you grit your teeth, cross your arms, and close your mind, you give in to stubborn childish behavior. But if you remain open and keep your wits about you, you'll manage to do the right thing in a tough situation.

4. Don't lose perspective.
Try to remember that you're being paid to do a job, not to fight a war. The workplace is about business. You know, customers, products, that sort of thing. It's not about you … or him.

5. Try to be empathetic.
Put yourself in other shoes and try to understand her perspective. If you can't or you're not sure what it is, then ask; you're assumptions may be wrong. If she does the same, next thing you know, you have detente. Click Here to learn more.

6. Take the high road.
That doesn't mean be quiet when something needs to be said. It means say it at a time and place and in a manner that's reasonable and respectful of all present. If you kick yourself afterwards, then you probably didn't do it right. 

7. Have faith in yourself.
The workplace is no place for yes-men. You were hired for a reason, and it's not to blindly march along with the pack. If that's what management wants, you work for a crappy company

10 Questions That Will Improve Results in Any Area

The only foolish question is the one that was never asked!

When you begin any project, are trying to make a change in your life, or are faced with a difficult undertaking, the best way to improve your result is to ask the important questions first. If you are working as part of a team, some questions may need to be asked of others. When working towards an individual goal, you will be the one giving the answers.

Ask, ask, ask — until you're confident that you have a firm understanding. Don't wait until you're stuck and spinning your wheels. Ask the questions and find the answers first!

Quality questions create a quality life. Successful people ask better questions, and as a result, they get better answers. – Anthony Robbins


Why am I doing this?

It's important to understand the reason behind anything you undertake. Whether it's a goal, task, habit, or project, "why am I doing this?" should be the first question you ask yourself. Understanding the reason behind the actions can be a tremendous motivator.

What is the desired outcome?

Without being clear about the desired result, you can't plan how to get there. Identify what you're trying to accomplish and exactly what that will look like. Clarity is key. Vague targets are rarely attained. Defined and tangible objectives have much greater success.

When is the deadline and are there periodic checkpoints?

Know when the action or project needs to be complete. Be aware of any phases or interim deadlines along the way. If you know how much time you have to work with, you can better plan backwards and set aside the necessary amount of time.

What is my role?

Understanding your role is crucial. Are you the leader or a worker bee? Are you a researcher or a communicator? Are you a team coordinator or planner? It's important to know which role you play so you can align your actions. If it is an individual undertaking, then you are most likely all of the above.

Who is responsible or accountable for which tasks or projects?

This is related your role, but in a more specific and tangible way. Determine which specific tasks you are personally responsible for. Know who maintains accountability. Perhaps you are the one whom others are accountable. Define your responsibilities.

Do I have metrics or some form of measurement?

Establish a measurement of success, so that progress can be determined. If metrics are set by someone else, know what they are and if there is any flexibility.

What are the possible roadblocks or obstacles?

We almost always encounter snags along the way to completion. However, difficulties can more easily be overcome if we can prepare for them. It's not always possible to prepare, complications by their very nature, are frequently unforeseen, but if you at least try to anticipate potential setbacks, they can often be resolved quickly.

What are the available resources?

Be aware of what resources are available. Be cognizant of the number of people involved or accessible to you and their skills. Be honest about the amount of time that can be committed. Also, understand if there are financial constraints.

How important is this project or task?

The importance of any goal or project determines how much attention and effort it deserves. Higher priority items get moved to the top of the list, while less crucial tasks can often be pushed back. If a project affects the profitability of a business or the health and well-being of an individual, it usually gets top priority.

What can I do to be more effective?

Develop strategies to help you be more efficient and productive. Improve the quality of your work by utilizing useful and  effective tools. Better organizational skills greatly enhance effectiveness. Learn to be resourceful.

15 Tips to Manage Politics at Work Place

Following is a fantastic list of recommendations to avoid or manage politics at work place:
  1. Understand the role of each manager clearly
  2. Master your political tools (compromise, arbitration, escalation)
  3. Know your limitations and boundaries about giving
    comments on others
  4. Be a positive minded professional
  5. Learn to read the winds of change
  6. Have a best friend at work
  7. Learn the art of public speaking
  8. Keep any eye on the sharks 
  9. Be prepared for the tough and hard talks
  10. Don't overspend your time on small events/things 
  11. Speak last
  12. Absolutely no favoritism. Treat everyone logically, respectfully and fairly. 
  13. Always think before you act.
  14. Make friendship with like minded group of professional
  15. Seek out a mentor