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Work smarter, Not harder



10 ways to work smarternot harder



The importance of hard work in our lives is undeniable. There is absolutely no substitute for hard work. But there is intense competition at work and you need to prove yourself. That means you need to combine working hard with working smart. Here are 10 tips to help you become a smart worker.
1. Maintain a to-do list: Whether in a diary, on a computer or on your smartphone, maintain a list of tasks along with their deadlines. A to-do list will help you keep a track of things to do, help you plan your workday, and allow you to multi-task as well.
2. Prioritise: Starting your day with no structure will not help you achieve your goals. At the onset, classify your tasks as must-do and good-to-do. You must channel your early-morning energy and enthusiasm towards the must-do activities.
3. Find effective approaches: There are many ways to complete a task. Before you begin, analyse these approaches. Make sure to choose the most effective and least time-consuming option to complete the task. Spending some time to analyse the task in the beginning will help you avoid an unproductive approach.

Bangalore Past and Present

Little known facts about Bangalore

Bangalore is one of the nicest cities to reside in. Today it is known as the city that used to known as ‘The Garden City’. With the changing landscape of the city, Bangalore has changed from ‘Garden City’ to ‘Garbage City’ to ‘IT City’. While it is most loved for its weather, the city has quite a few secrets that not many are privy to. 
Here we bring to you some little known facts about Bangalore that are sure to astound you.
<p><b>How Bangalore got its name:</b></p><p><b><br /></b>Legend has it that once an old woman served boiled beans to a lost and hungry Hoysala king. That area of the forest was named - Benda Kaal Ooru meaning Town of Boiled beans. This place went on to develop over time and its name was shortened to “Bengaluru” and anglicised into “Bangalore”.</p><p><br /></p>
How Bangalore got its name:

Legend has it that once an old woman served boiled beans to a lost and hungry Hoysala king. That area of the forest was named - Benda Kaal Ooru meaning Town of Boiled beans. This place went on to develop over time and its name was shortened to “Bengaluru” and anglicised into “Bangalore”.
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