What's new Today?

Aashitha R Pade
Published on: 25th September 2014
The extent of growth of Business and Information Technology today is almost at its peak. Nevertheless, we can't deny the fact that there is never a limit to its advancement!! Everyday there is one or the other new discovery emerging out or an invention or new information. The list of "what's new today" just goes endlessly on in search engines just as you start typing today - today's news, today's gold rate, today's market, today's dollar rate and what not! One can go endlessly talking about what's new every day. One should never forget that if there are these many new things emerging out today, it all started with some small IDEA someday!
whats new today
Efforts of lots of people go behind each and every small requirement of people. It all starts from a very basic necessity that we start our day with, such as toothpaste and can go on up to the highest of the needs that a man is in need of! There's lot of cost involved in this which isn't mere cost. It involves the cost of manpower, machine, material and time in the manufacturing process of each of them. There are a lot of things that take place behind the screen before we visualize numerous wonderful things which we are really unaware of most of the times. It happens that we never even bother to think of where all these commodities come from or who might be procuring them. Maintaining the standards of the products while meeting the rising day-to-day demands of the people will be the main constraint with respect to any firm.

Irrespective of the professions, there's never an end to the process of learning and the scope for betterment. Especially, in the field of HR and Entrepreneurship, every day is a new challenge. In simple words, those are the fields where in "un-expectations are to be expected!" A simple yet ***important*** thing we have to understand is that one thing that's very much constant in this world is the CHANGE! The key to success in any field lies in "how long you sail your ship across the waters through the blowing winds trying to change its direction and still how you sustain until you reach your destination..."
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