How To Improve Your Confidence In The Workplace


If you want to be noticed or considered for that next job promotion, is important that you make yourself visible in the workplace. One way to do this is to increase your confidence in the office. By doing this, you will insert yourself in the front of the minds of the supervisors and managers when they are considering what people to give their next promotion to. Below, Kartikeya Sharma gives his thoughts on what you should be doing to improve your confidence in the workplace.

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How To Be More Confident In Yourself
How To Be Confident Around People

Get Good At Your Job


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Tips That Will Help You Stay Positive In A Relationship


Relationships take work if you want them to last. If you don’t put the effort into them, you will never get anything worth wild out of them. You may be able to jump from short-term relationship to short-term relationship; however, a truly successful long-term relationship requires effort from both parties.


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How to Be Positive And Happy All The Time
How to Be Positive During Tough Times


One of the keys to cultivating a happy long-term relationship is staying positive in it. This can be difficult at times. All relationships go through rough times. There will be times where you may want to just give up and throw in the towel. This is where it is more important than ever to stay positive in the relationship. Below, we have some tips shared by Anand Mishra Tathastu Information that will help you stay positive in a relationship.


Listen Effectively


One of the most important aspects of a relationship is your partner’s ability to listen. It is important that both people in the relationship are heard. It’s easy to focus on expressing your own emotions; however, there is no point if what you are saying is falling on deaf ears.


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3D Printing 101


3D printing is an amazing new technology.  With it we can create pretty much anything at a very low cost.  Like all other technologies, this technology is going through an unprecedented incremental phase, as observed by Anand Mishra, CEO of Star Infranet.  3D printing was patented in 1986 by Chuck Hull.  He first discovered the potential of the technology by using UV lights to harden tabletop coatings.  He found out how a combination of UV lights & specific liquids could be molded into usable objects.


3D printing has come a long way since the 80s and it’s almost ready for mainstream usage.  But how exactly does it work?


 Layers on layers on layers on layers


Put simply, 3D printing is the process of making three dimensional, solid objects with blueprints from a file.  An object can be created by laying down multiple layers of material in a specific shape and order until the object is completed. Think about 3D printing like how stalagmites get formed in caves.  Multiple layers of water and minerals drop down over thousands of years until they eventually create a solid structure.  3D printing works the same way with a more deliberate (and faster) approach.



The blueprint file is known as a Computer Aided Design (CAD file).  You can create a CAD file by using 3D scanners to scan an object on to your computer.  3D scanners use complex technologies to slice an object into multiple layers and put it in language 3D printers can understand.  A recognizable example of a 3D scanner is the Microsoft Kinect, which scans your body’s movements and puts them in a language the TV and game system can understand.



3D printing is an amazing technology that’s certain to shape our world.  Almost every industry can find a use for 3D printing to help their businesses.  Even companies such as Tathastu Information Technology Private Limited can find use for a 3d printing system in their business.  Within the coming years we’ll be able to see how such a convenient technology will contribute to our society.