I’m not a photographer in the sense that I do not know the technicalities or the terminologies of the field and I don’t know anything about cameras. But I love taking pictures!
I’ve not had a good camera in a long time and I’ve never had a digital camera. I’ve borrowed my sister’s camera to take a few pictures of events that I had wanted to take pictures of and then hosted them on Flickr & ofcourse saved a copy onto my hard disk.
My bank is ICICI and they have come up with an offer to make net banking payments for a couple of online shopping malls in India. And what’s more one of them said shopping sites has some sweet deals on several of their items, including the Wespro 5060s 5MP camera. I’ll be saving a whole lot of money if I buy it from their site and I’m getting excited as I anticipate using the camera. I’m waiting for the 30th to finalize the deal. Keep your fingers crossed.
The entire working day I was in a workshop conducted by an external trainer, who’s company is hired by our firm to take sessions on Transactional Analysis. Transactional analysis, commonly known as TA to its adherents, is an integrative approach to the theory of psychology and psychotherapy.
As a theory of personality, TA describes how people are structured psychologically. It uses what is perhaps its best known model, the ego-state (Parent-Adult-Child) model to do this. This same model helps understand how people function and express themselves in their behaviors. For more understanding on TA, click here to read the Wikipedia article & here to read about Eric Berne, the psychiatrist who developed TA.
I enjoyed the session today, although it did become a bit dull in places, and have got some understandings on it. I look forward to implementing it in my daily work as head of the training team.