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Hard Work Won't Make You Successful -- But Doing This Will

I don’t blame anyone who has become frustrated and disillusioned with the working world. It is a huge disappointment to grow up and realize that most of what we’ve been taught about how to be successful is bad advice. We were taught “Just work hard at whatever job you get, and things will work out.” That’s false. Working hard at your job does not get you much. When you work hard at a job where the boss doesn’t value your efforts, all your hard work gets you is taken for granted. Just working hard by itself will exhaust you and shorten your lifespan without any benefits to you. There has to be more to success than merely working hard, or millions of people around the world would be a lot more successful than they are! If you are at work right now, think about the investment of time and energy you are making. Imagine that you only went home to sleep for four hours a night, and gave up all the rest of your personal time to get more work done. Imagine that you practically lived at your de…

Plans to promote organic farming in a big way

The huge-sized VNR -Bihi type of guavas from Chhattisgarh draw attention of visitors at the ‘Agri and Dairy Tech Andhra – 2016’ international exhibition and conference on agricultural and dairy farming, in Vijayawada on Thursday. —PHOTO: V. RAJU
The huge-sized VNR -Bihi type of guavas from Chhattisgarh draw attention of visitors at the ‘Agri and Dairy Tech Andhra – 2016’ international exhibition and conference on agricultural and dairy farming, in Vijayawada on Thursday
The Andhra Pradesh government is going to promote organic farming to make agriculture more profitable, Minister for Agriculture Prathipati Pulla Rao has said.

The Minister inaugurated the three-day ‘Agri & Dairy Tech Andhra 2016’, an international exhibition and conference on Agriculture and Diary Farming at the A Convention Centre here on Thursday.

The Minister urged farmers to benefit from the interaction with scientists and experts to benefit from advances in technology. He said farmers should use technology to make agriculture and dairy more cost-effective and therefore more cost-effective.

Organiser of the three-day exhibition-cum-conference Kenes Exhibition general manager Prema Zilberman said the meet was an opportunity to international and domestic stake-holders of every segment of agriculture, dairy and allied activities to expand and diversify their business in India.

She said farmers would be trained and given access to integrated solutions to improve productivity and simplify farming at the three-day technology and trade fair.

Agri-service providers would be offered an opportunity to showcase and market their products, techniques and technologies to delegates.

With Andhra Pradesh government taking an initiative to promote agriculture, food processing and the dairy sector, Kenes came forward to organise the conference, she said.

Professors of Animal Husbandry E. Raghava Rao, V. Vaikunta Rao, professor of Dairy farming G. Venkateswarlu, organic farmers M.C.V. Prasad , B. Eswar and P. Malakondaiah were on the dais.

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