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Knowledge Sharing — Why Everyone Should Do It and Encourage It

“If you have knowledge, let others light their candles in it“— Margaret Fuller

Picture © 2019 Shashi Kulkarni. Original Sanskrit Schloka.

Everyone was intently listening to him, and I could see the astonishment on their faces. He was not their supervisor. He was not even working there. And he was not called in by their HR to give any training course.




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Shashi Kulkarni

Shashi Kulkarni

I love to share from the experience gained over the years, and I am sure you will find it useful. I call it heartfelt sharing, with love.

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