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Follow these seven rules to make tough choices from today - Sajid Rahman
Do you often feel stuck? Overwhelmed? Not upto the responsibility you are given? Is it common for you to postpone decisions? Do you often feel like an impostor when faced with a tough decision.
The good news is you are not alone. A recent study indicated that managers think "making difficult decisions" as the most challenging part in professional life.
So, why we are afraid to make decisions? Specially the difficult ones?
The reason is our instincts are conditioned to avoid "risk" and with every decision (and subsequent action) you are taking a risk... risk that may significantly change the course of your career.

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Reliance eyes controlling stake in Hathway, DEN to launch Jio Gigafiber

Reliance Industries may soon buy controlling stakes in two of India’s largest cable TV and broadband service providers, Hathway Cable & Datacom and DEN Networks, as it seeks to ramp up coverage of its ambitious high-speed broadband network. RIL is likely to own more than 25 per cent each in the two companies giving it the ability to control developments and get a seat on the board.

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Vodafone Idea, Airtel amp; Jio submit Aadhaar exit plans to UIDAI

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India-Korea FTA may shield Reliance Jio from higher telecom gear duty

Reliance Jio Infocomm buys such gear from Samsung, which enjoys duty-free status under a free trade pact.

Google tweaks Android licensing terms in Europe to allow Google app unbundling — for a fee

Google has been fined a record breaking €4.34 billion (~$5BN) by European antitrust regulators for abusing the dominance of its Android mobile operating system. Competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager has tweeted to confirm the penalty ahead of a press conference about to take place. Stay tuned…

Smartphone sales set to break records this festive season despite plunging rupee

Smartphone sales are set to break records for the festive season this year, shrugging off the effects of a plunging rupee, say analysts, with some eve..

Chinese ZTE: BSNL to take cautious call on 5G network rollout

The Shenzhen-based company is accused of being founded by China's Ministry of Aerospace for a purpose of spying on other nations.

Indian Navy, Sterlite Tech team up to build Rs 3,500 crore worth digital network

The Rs 3,500-crore project is a multi-year contract, which, according to the company, would include design, execution, operations and maintenance of t..

Nokia partners BSNL to implement industrial automation solutions at Chennai factory

Nokia said that it is working with BSNL to implement the next level of industrial automation, leveraging 4G LTE technology to enable greater operati..

Lenovo to raise mobile production capacity in India by up to 10 fold in 2019

The capacity expansion does not include volume of Motorola phones -- a brand which is owned by Lenovo.

Too little too late: Post Reliance Jio "test launch", DoT defines network testing norms

Network testing shall have a time limit of 90 days, extendable to 180 days if DoT permits. DoT and TRAI have to be informed about the testing 15 days before launch.  Telecom operator, during networ…

NDTV and Airtel launch NDTV HoP, a live channel only for mobile phones

This channel will be exclusively available to users of Airtel TV app. It will also be available for download as an app on both iOS and Android and on for all users

Mohandas Pai says payments data will be safe if stored in India

Our data is safest if stored in India, said Pai.

Sony Xperia XZ1, Xperia XZ Premium get Rs 10000 price cut in India

Sony is slashing the price of its majority of last-generation phones in India.

Palm makes comeback with credit card-size Android smartphone

Palm is back! Palm is making a comeback with a tiny handset that is unlike any other smartphone in the market.

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