Our Best Business Articles of 2009 to kick start 2010

20101First of all I would like to wish you and your dear ones a very Happy and Prosperous New Year! From BizDharma.com. I wish you great Business Success in the coming year and believe would try my best to provide all the efforts that I can for your success.

Last year has been rocking; with the launch of this blog, to pushing my grey cells to pump more unique and useful business articles. I definitely would like to thank you for the support.

This is a follow post to the previous Quarter Results at BizDharma post. (Since this is a Business blog we have a tradition of posting Quarter Results at BizDharma) With December 2009 we ended another quarter at BizDharma but rather than a quarter post I believe an annual top list will help you more.

Also to add more steroids to the quality of experience here at BizDharma, I have created a quick survey for taking feedback from you. I strongly recommend and request you to please complete this survey, which will help me understand and improve BizDharma.com further. The link to the survey is here http://bit.ly/bizSurvey

So to kick start 2010 with great Business insight you will need the following posts.

  1. 7 lessons that even ‘a one year old baby’ can teach you about product development. – One of the most innovative article here at BizDharma. We learn how having an eye for detail can help us understand the core logic of product or service development.
  2. Three powerful lessons that a 725 year old fable can teach you about Negotiation! – Negotiation is not an invention of the 21st century; it has been around for ages. In this article we look how even a fable that we read in our childhood days can help us gain great insights about negotiation.
  3. Advantages and Disadvantages of Crowdsourcing: One of the highest searched article at BizDharma, this was a follow up to an article about what is crowdsourcing. It highlighted when to and when not to crowdsource.
  4. Elevator pitch and fundamentals to care of when delivering the same. – Elevator pitches need to be short and precisely goal oriented but what’s important to deliver your 30 second Elevator pitch (whether it is for Sales, marketing, Venture Capitalist etc) that you get your fundamentals right. This post is all you would need to startup.
  5. Three Idea Stealers the world is proud of. – Who said you need a great idea to start business, many are floating around, just steal them. This post goes back into history and highlights the 3 idea stealers that have changed the way we live today.
  6. The three indefatigable pillars of kick-ass negotiation – Yet another post on negotiation. This one tries to lay the foundations on which a powerful negotiation can be done. Not only it highlights these important pillars but also
  7. Are you trying to be an “iPhone killer”? 7 good reasons to immediately stop. – We always try to compete with everything that we see. Although healthy competition is good, most of the times if not always we end up losing our own identity and fail drastically. This article takes the metaphor of – the new breed of iphone killer mobiles and what we can learn from them as a professional.

Last but not the least I would like you to download this presentation which I posted on Slideshare.net long back. It was an instant hit on Facebook and their homepage (received a mail from Slideshare regarding the same). This is kind of an inspirational gist from the last lecture by Randy Pausch.

And Hey please do not forget to take the BizDharma.com 2010 survey. This will help me improve BizDharma.com further. It will take just 5-10 minutes but will help both of us a lot in the coming year. Here’s the link. http://bit.ly/bizSurvey

Once again thank you very much for your support and wish you a prosperous new year ahead.



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Young January 5, 2010 at 12:56 pm

You have written some great posts last year, wish you more this year.

Chanda Himanshu January 5, 2010 at 7:52 pm

Thanks for the compliment Young. I am hoping to write more posts and increase the interaction further.

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