10 WAYS TO APPEAR CONFIDENT.

Here are 10 ways you can modify your body language to project a more confident image so that you always appear self-assured, relaxed and in control.


1. STAND UP STRAIGHT.

Keeping your back straight. your shoulders back and your head held

high displays status, power and that you are in control of your life.


2. KEEP YOUR CHIN AND HEAD UP.

Wether you are standing in a crowd or walking down a street, always keep your head up and your eyes looking straight ahead.


3. KEEP HANDS OUT OF POCKETS.

Keeping your hands visible indicates you feel confident in yourself, your current situation and ready handle anything.


4. GESTURE WITH PALMS UPWARDS.

Gesturing with your palms facing up will make you appear more confident as it gives the Impression of honesty and trustworthiness.


5. DON’T FIDGET.

Fidgeting is a clear sign of nervousness, worry or anxiety and most of
us fidget without even realizing it.


6. MAINTAIN EYE CONTACT

Good eye contact is probably the most important technique to practise if you wish to appear calm,honest, friendly and confident.


7. STAND IN AN OPEN STANCE.

Standing with your feet too close together can give the impression
that you are timid. Aim to have yourfeet in line with your shoulders.


8. SMILE.

Smiling has a powerful effect, a genuine smile communicates that
you are friendly, honest and trustworthy and makes you more
attractive.


9. DEVELOP A FIRM HANDSHAKE.

A firm, solid handshake can give you an Immediate impression af confidence while a limp handshake can communicate weakness.


10. TAKE BIG STEPS.

Take long purposeful steps, rather than short, quick or hurried steps. A slower, deliberate walk will make you appear confident and in control of your life.


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HOW YOUR GRANDFATHER PROBABLY SAW THE WORLD


This is the world’s first Farari commercially produced racing.


2. The Motor Bike.

Wooden Draisine (around 1820). The earliest two-wheeler

The penny-farthing, also known as a high wheel/ ordinary, is a type of bicycle with a large front wheel and a much smaller rear wheel. It was popular until the development of the safety bicycle in the 1880s. It was the first machine to be called a “bicycle”.


The Daimler Petroleum Reitwagen (“riding car”) or Einspur (“single track”) was a motor vehicle made by Gottlieb Daimler and Wilhelm Maybach in 1885. It is widely recognized as the first motorcycle . Daimler is often called “the father of the motorcycle”

During the First World War , motorbike production was greatly ramped up for the war effort to supply effective communications with front line troops. Messengers on horses were replaced with dispatch riders on motorcycles carrying messages, performing reconnaissance personnel and acting as a military police. American company Harley-Davidson was devoting over 50% of its factory output toward military contract by the end of the war. The British company Triumph Motorcycles sold more than 30,000 of its Triumph Type H model to allied forces during the war. With the rear wheel driven by a belt, the Model H was fitted with a 499 cc air-cooled four-stroke single-cylinder engine. It was also the first Triumph not to be fitted with pedals, so was a true motorcycle.

In 1965, a 21 bhp (16 kW) variant called the Continental GT, with red GRP tank, five-speed gearbox (which was also an option on the Crusader), clip-on handlebars, rearset footrests, swept pipe and hump-backed seat was launched.

3. AIR CONDITIONER

Is this the first ever Air Conditioner ! In the 1920s

This is the first home Air Conditioner (1910s). Little big , is it !

The principles of mechanical cooling were understood for centuries, but it wasn’t until Willis Carrier installed his first commercial system in 1902 that air conditioning was born. While it was slow to start, by the 1930’s air conditioning started to become common in stores, movie theaters, and in buildings.


4.

What do you think are these…? Handcuffs probably!

These are actually 14th century spectacles.


5. REFRIGERATOR.

Yes this was super ‘Massive’. This is one of the world’s first refrigerator which used Ether for ice making and it definitely could not be kept in one corner of the house..! However by the dawn of the 21 cenrury more compact designs reached our homes. Like the one below. Not exactly compact, but a drastic scale reduction.


6. COMPUTERS.

“The ENIAC was invented by J. Presper Eckert and John Mauchly at the University of Pennsylvania and began construction in 1943 and was not completed until 1946. It occupied about 1 ,800 square feet and used about 18,000 vacuum tubes, weighing almost 50 tons.

A fully assembled ‘Apple I’ computer with a homemade wooden computer case

Toshiba TI 100, T1000, and T1200. Toshiba launched the Toshiba TI 100 in 1985, and has subsequently described it as “the world’s first mass-market laptop computer”. It did not have a hard drive, and ran entirely from floppy disks.

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THE HISTORY OF WARGAMES.

Wei Hai (3000BC)

Sun Tzu invented the lst Wargame Wei Hai. Wei Hai means ‘encirclement. It was somewhat similar to Japanese game of Go. It used an abstract playing surface on which contestants maneuvered their armies of coloured stones. Victory went to player who out-flanked his opponent


Chaturanga (6 AD)

Indian strategy wargame developed during the Gupta Empire. It was adopted as shatranj in Persia. Chaturanga means “having four limbs or parts”. The name comes from four divisions of an army mentioned in Mahabharata i.e. – Elephants, Chariots, Cavalry & Infantry.


King’s Game or Koenigspiel (1664)

Invented by Christopher Weikhmann it was based on Chess, but had larger board and each player had 30 pieces each. It was also called ‘Military Chess’ or ‘ War Chess’. It was light on technical military content and heavy on period colour


Evolution from Chess to Wargame(1797)

Georg Venturini designed a Wargame of 3600 squares & published it as ‘Rules for a New Wargame for the use of Military Schools’. A 60 page book, It represented a bal view of all armies need for Logistic and combat elements


The Three Fundamental Concepts of Wargaming. (1780)


Kriegsspiel (1824)

Lt Reisswitz of Perssia designed Kriegsspiel. It introduced topo maps of scale 1:8000. It quantified effects of combat leading to results of engagements being calculated. It intro Gen & Special Ideas for the lst time. Each side had 26 Battalions. 40 Sqns & 12 Btys


POST WORLD WAR WARGAMES

Tin Soldier (1951)

George Gamow, created a manual game called Tin Soldier, (played from 1951 to 1954.) Gamow is credited with devising the first mathematical war game used for analytical as opposed to tactical operations research.


Navy Electronic Warfare Simulator -NEWS (1955)


INDIGO – TACSPIEL (1958)

Intelligence Division Gaming Operation INDICO made TACSPIEL. TACSPIEL was a flexible, two-sided, free-play, manually operated, rigidly assessed, computer-assisted, division-level war game.- It used Punched Cards and was oriented towards problems of grnd combat such as “mobility , fire-power, comns, lgs, comb, svl and tgt acqn means, and air attk and def.


Air Battle Model 1 – ABM (1960)


CARMONETTE (1965)

A two-sided. one-map game with 3 major parts: The first Digital Computer Game. There were a series of CARMONETTE games.

CARMONETTE I – A single tank/anti-tank battle.

CARMONETTE ll – Infantry, CARMONETTE lll -Armed blelicopter Support.

CARMONETTE IV – Communications & Night


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    IS YOUR CAR SAFE THIS WINTER FOG ?

    The fog this winter is terrible due to intense winter setting in and a combination of pollutants In the air.

    The result is quite obvious- disaster waiting to happen. However you don’t have to worry anymore. All you need to do is to install this safety light behind your car or bike and you can rest assured that the rider behind you will definitely notice you, even in the thickest of the FOG.

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    Years of Gym. But NO BULK GAIN! Here is what to you did worng.

    28 LAWS OF LIFTING

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