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First Build A Brand. Then you’re In Business.

Doing Business is as like building your Career, having a strong personal brand can set you apart from your competitors. Promoting through different mode’s of Marketing including Digital Marketing, it has become a requirement for getting noticed, garnering a loyal audience and making a lasting impact.

Whether you are an aspiring entrepreneur or looking to level up with your side hustle, these strategies will help you gain lasting momentum in business.

Some of the Key branding happening these days is of Personal Branding, Why is it so important?

The truth about selling is, people don’t care about your products until you make them care. Your personal brand tells them why they should care, and marketing it is a very emotion-driven way to turn them into customers.

Dale Carnegie coined the term “know, like and trust factor” which basically means that relationships are key to making big sales. Businesses that start out with building their personal brand have an advantage over those that don’t. Why? Because the “know, like and trust” factor is 100% in play here. If you’re starting up a new custom jewelry site on Etsy, getting people to know what you care about, why you started the business and how it feeds your passion can make them want it more. The more you tell your story and demonstrate your value, the more likely they are to buy from you.

Now before Branding begins one needs to understand the basics of Branding

Branding is one of the most important aspects of any business, large or small, retail or B2B. An effective brand strategy gives you a major edge in increasingly competitive markets. But what exactly does “branding” mean? How does it affect a small business like yours?

Simply put, your brand is your promise to your customer. It tells them what they can expect from your products and services, and it differentiates your offering from your competitors’. Your brand is derived from who you are, who you want to be and who people perceive you to be.

Are you the innovative maverick in your industry? Or the experienced, reliable one? Is your product the high-cost, high-quality option, or the low-cost, high-value option? You can’t be both, and you can’t be all things to all people. Who you are should be based to some extent on who your target customers want and need you to be.

The foundation of your brand is your logo. Your website, packaging and promotional materials–all of which should integrate your logo–communicate your brand.

Brand Strategy & Equity

Your brand strategy is how, what, where, when and to whom you plan on communicating and delivering on your brand messages. Where you advertise is part of your brand strategy. Your distribution channels are also part of your brand strategy. And what you communicate visually and verbally are part of your brand strategy, too.

Consistent, strategic branding leads to a strong brand equity, which means the added value brought to your company’s products or services that allows you to charge more for your brand than what identical, unbranded products command. The most obvious example of this is Coke vs. a generic soda. Because Coca-Cola has built powerful brand equity, it can charge more for its product–and customers will pay that higher price.

The added value intrinsic to brand equity frequently comes in the form of perceived quality or emotional attachment. For example, Nike associates its products with star athletes; hoping customers will transfer their emotional attachment from the athlete to the product. For Nike, it’s not just the shoe’s features that sell the shoe.

Defining Your Brand

Defining your brand is like a journey of business self-discovery. It can be difficult, time-consuming and uncomfortable. It requires, at the very least, that you answer the questions below:

  • What is your company’s mission?
  • What are the benefits and features of your products or services?
  • What do your customers and prospects already think of your company?
  • What qualities do you want them to associate with your company?

Do your research. Learn the needs, habits and desires of your current and prospective customers. And don’t rely on what you think they think. Know what they think.

Because defining your brand and developing a brand strategy can be complex, consider leveraging the expertise of a nonprofit small-business advisory group or a Small Business Development Center.

  • Get a great logo. Place it everywhere.
  • Write down your brand messaging. What are the key messages you want to communicate about your brand? Every employee should be aware of your brand attributes.
  • Integrate your brand. Branding extends to every aspect of your business–how you answer your phones, what you or your salespeople wear on sales calls, your e-mail signature, everything.
  • Create a “voice” for your company that reflects your brand. This voice should be applied to all written communication and incorporated in the visual imagery of all materials, online and off. Is your brand friendly? Be conversational. Is it ritzy? Be more formal. You get the gist.
  • Develop a tagline. Write a memorable, meaningful and concise statement that captures the essence of your brand.
  • Design templates and create brand standards for your marketing materials. Use the same color scheme, logo placement, look and feel throughout. You don’t need to be fancy, just consistent.
  • Be true to your brand. Customers won’t return to you–or refer you to someone else–if you don’t deliver on your brand promise.
  • Be consistent. I placed this point last only because it involves all of the above and is the most important tip I can give you. If you can’t do this, your attempts at establishing a brand will fail.

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3D ART MUSEUM | Story by Manish Satija

Click Art Museum is based in India’s biggest Snow Kingdom at VGP…..
Story by Manish Satija

Click Art Museum is based in India’s biggest Snow Kingdom at VGP; East Coast Road. It will also be India’s first of its kind 3D interactive “Trick Art” museum! Art has been perceived only as an artistic, sensuous, divine or as a collective asset so far. What when art becomes funny, comical and even interactive? Trick Art is one such unique art that becomes complete only with a participant than its creator. Puzzling right! Trick Art is also known as “Optical Art” or “3D art” which are mostly two-dimensional images that give the illusion of the third dimension inviting participatory actions from a visitor and is painted with clever angles for taking photographs. Art has never been so experiential and fun-filled before!

CLICK ART MUSEUM is a place with big pictures of optical illusions that will fill one’s head with Idyllic creations. It will make the participant’s to find themselves transformed into another world, probably re-born as Mona Lisa’s guest or Atlas’s Friend , A world of trick art!

Founded by Mr. A.P.Shreethar. Read more at http://www.clickartmuseum.com/index.html
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SAVE WATER | Initiative by Manishsatija.com

We at Manishsatija.com just don’t Create Ads. We rather Spread Awareness through our Ads. Save WateR

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How to Save Water?

  1. Stop the misuse of water.
  2. Manage the usage of water properly.
  3. Stop discharging pollutants without proper treatment.
  4. Take efforts in maintaining the quality of water.
  5. Stop wastage of water in our toilet.
  6. Promote rain-water harvesting and irrigation projects.

Earth is the only known planet in this universe where life is possible only because of the availability of water and oxygen. Water is most important necessity of life for all the living beings on the earth. Without water no one can exist even for a day. We also know that there is very less percentage of clean water means drinking water available on the earth (but we cannot ignore shortage of non-drinking water as well, as it’s on a diminishing rate). So, we should not waste clean water and save it for future generations. We should change our bad habits into positive ones and spread awareness among people about the importance of clean water. We should promote the less use and saving of clean water to maintain the continuity of life on the earth.

Why to Save Water

We are living in the time when we need to save clean water and use it according to our use only. People at many places in India and other countries are facing a huge water scarcity. They have to depend on the government water supply by tanks or some natural water reservoirs at long distance. They have to go for a long distance on daily basis to arrange drinking water. They better understand the value of water than the people who have sufficient water supply in their areas. The situation of lack of water becomes very terrible for the people who don’t have enough water to fulfil their basic needs of drinking, bathing, washing, etc.

India is one of the countries worldwide facing huge level water scarcity today. Places in India like Rajasthan and some parts of Gujarat are facing water scarcity where women and girls of the houses cover a long distance on bare foot to just get a pot of water. In some cities like Bangalore people have to buy water bottles worth Rs. 25 to Rs. 30 to drink clean water. People face more problems during summer months when the daily need of water increases. Recently, it is studied that around 25% urban population lacks availability to clean drinking water. In some areas, the privatization of water bodies is the main reason of water scarcity.

How to Save Water

There are different methods we can follow to save clean drinking water to deal with the water scarcity. Rain water harvesting is one of the most effective and suitable method among save water techniques. Afforestation is also best method as it reduces the surface runoff and recharges the ground water. It promotes underground water conservation. By practicing such methods we can conserve more water naturally and ensure the availability of it for future generations. We should take a pledge and make a lifelong motto of “Save water, save life, save earth”.

We should teach simple methods of water saving to our children, women and other members of the family like turning off all the taps tightly after each use, using sprinklers to water the lawn, giving bath to pets in the lawn, repair of all the leaking pipes, harvesting rain water for purposes like watering plant, washing clothes, etc. We should also practice keeping the river (especially Ganga) water clean and safe for future use and safety of water animals.


Water is known as the elixir of life, so we should save it to save life on the earth. We need water for many purposes in our daily walks of life. So, we should understand the value of water drops and save it.

Choice is yours, to survive water is the best source, so Save Water else Keeps on Wasting Water!


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Manishsatija.com Branding Solutions 2017

Branding is one of the most important aspects of any business, large or small, retail or B2B. An effective brand strategy gives you a major edge in increasingly competitive markets. But what exactly does “branding” mean? How does it affect a small business like yours? We ate Manishsatija.com has all answers and solutions. 

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Though often aiming to make products look as beautiful as possible, advertising has taken a turn for the unglamorous, and subversive branding is gaining traction as one of the leading innovative branding solutions.

Despite the fact that aspirational products and hyper-polished advertising is popular, some companies have benefited from integrating realism and sub-culture sentiments into their branding strategies. Though consumers respond to highly refined marketing techniques for some products, there are many who respond more readily to less glamorous tactics. A perfect example of this is the Habita Hotel in Mexico City. In an effort to support the community and attract more visitors, the hotel commissioned a project by which 20 graffiti artists worked together to paint one of its outside walls. This was an incredibly public project, and managed to add a unique and offbeat aspect to the hotel. Gaining plenty of coverage and respect from the community, Habita Hotel hit the nail on the head with this endeavor. Despite the fact that graffiti is typically seen as a low brow art medium, the adoption of this fad elevated the company’s brand.

Photographers and artists have truly capitalized off of the desire for more realistic depictions, and generate plenty of attention from creating stark, true-to-life pieces. Fashion, though often understood as an incredibly glossy industry, has undergone a nitty gritty makeover as of late.

Some of the key features to follow in 2017 for Branding are as follows:

  • Online Branding
    • Online Branding & Brand Building

These days many people uses internet for collecting information on brands and many of them may not use Internet for shopping. But online branding spreads your name and product when people search online to know.

  • Online branding helps us because
  • You can build your own brand identity.
  • You can communicate with your customers easily and conveniently.
  • You can build brand reputation and trust.
  • You can separate yourself from your competitors.

Remember, your brand is not your website it’s such more than that. You should consider all social media marketing tips and strategies for your brand building. Blogs, articles, press releases and many more can help you in brand building as well as fining the way through search engines. You can monitor what people talk about your brand through social media.

  • Internet branding
    • Press Releases
    • Reviews
    • Events and Conferences
    • Article Creation and Distribution
    • Defense From Negative Feedback
    • Defy Negative Press
    • Blog Marketing
    • Social networking profiles
  • Brand Advertising
    • Branding Strategy
    • Image Promotion
    • Search Engine Optimization
    • Videos Promotion
    • Facebook Ads
    • Pay Per Click Program
    • Banner Ads
    • Text Link Ads
  • Social Media
    • Social media marketing strategy
    • Implementation guidelines
    • Software recommendations
    • Competitive Analysis
    • Social Profile Creation
    • Blog Design, Setup and/or Optimization
    • Blog strategy development
    • Social Bookmarking

We at Manishsatija.com is the best in India to deliver quality and cost effective Branding (also includes corporate branding) Services for your Brand and Company.

Manishsatija.com is a creative branding agency in India | Delhi-NCR, one-stop enterprise that offers the complete range of creative related services like Branding, Logo Design, Advertising, Digital Marketing, Interiors Consultancy and Many more.

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Logo Design by Manishsatija.com

Logo Design from a year of observation by Manishsatija.com and a few all-gladiator poring over recent uploads worldwide, an overall concept develop to me: Designers are paying heed to the old saying and rebelling against involution. Simplicity is king once again.

Typography has taken a decidedly strong swing to the stark. Nearly a modern-artistic style , many wordmarks have deserted much of their attribute and adopted a universal sans-serif construction. I say modern because with every creed of a style there are shifts from its former self.

Notice also the simplicity of shape. Pure geometry is much more evident as foundation components in logos. As we’ll investigate, the circle has never been more central to design and in such a stripped down motif. Center stage without the wardrobe. These pared down planes are popping up across the board. More and more companies are electing to go, or following their designers, down this road. One conclusion we might draw is that a simplistic logo represents a company whose products or services are perhaps uncomplicated and speak for themselves.

Whatever the reason, this trend is likely to help a company break through some of the jumble, at least for the time being. But the pendulum will swing again.

Let’s take a closer look at a few examples of these techniques.

Google, Verizon and Lenovo replaced type that had unique components – serifs, gradients, italics – for very uncomplicated, sans-serif fonts.

Interestingly enough, Hobby Lobby and Viceland – two very different companies communicating very different messages – have landed on very similar type solutions.

The ArtCenter utilized univocal shape and type techniques by expanding the role of the pure, large circle and with even more simplistic type than before. My opinion is that it’s either audaciously brilliant or completely cold-eyed and averting. I can’t quite decide.

And while the ArtCenter is locking up their type to the right of the circle, TNT is setting their sans-serifs smack dab in the middle.

And remember, identity design doesn’t live in a vacuum. If we’re seeing the modern mantra manifest in logos, we’ll be seeing it in the broader design environment as well.

Take for example, some of the new ways we are communicating and understanding messages, such as the use of emojis. Because emojis are a reflection of the symbols that we understand and logo designers base their craft on symbolism, it’s important to investigate what people are working with when it comes to symbols. There is a plethora of universal symbols and icons that are widely recognized – a rotary-style telephone, for example, even though the majority of the population hasn’t used this device to place calls for decades. Other icons require us to use our imaginations, and even then we sometimes miss the message completely. As designers, we must rely on symbols and cliches that the public understands. That level of familiarity must exist, or we risk miscommunication.

As this trend progresses, as it surely will, those who are connected to the Internet of things will understand icons and logos better than those who are less connected.

When it comes to emojis, you either love and use them, or hate and discard them completely. The vast majority of the modern world is apparently loving them, and using them to convey often complex messages and feelings with just a simple mark.

The emergence of this type of design is interesting. Remember when the world was demanding a sarcasm font? I believe one was even suggested and circulated for a short while (reverse italics, anyone?). But then along came the semicolon-dash-right parenthesis, and soon after, its winking emoji counterpart, which jerked the rug right out from under the reverse italics and swiftly took its place as the preferred way of saying, “that comment/question wasn’t totally serious.”

But some people are taking emojis very seriously. In fact, there is litigation in progress regarding whether these graphics should be considered a language all their own. If you’re thinking to yourself, “well, that’s silly,” think about the message behind the icon. If someone texts an emoji of a gun pointed at a police officer to a city council member, should that be considered a threat? If someone relentlessly texts hundreds of smilie faces to you, should that be considered stalking? This is the serious side of an otherwise silly form of communication.

And for you data heads out there, we offer these insights about emojis: – Most of the messages sent using emojis are positive in nature.

  • More women use them than men, although not drastically so.
  • They’re used by people within a wide range of ages and ethnicities.
  • The popularity of specific emojis varies by geographic area offering an interesting, yet certainly incomplete, glimpse into different societies’ tendencies.
  • The most popular emojis are in the “faces,” “hearts” and “hand gestures” categories. The least popular emojis are in the “reading material,” “film” and “travel” categories. I’ll stop there, since I’m a bit terrified about what that could indicate about our society.

So what does the future have in store for icons and emojis? People will either grow weary of using the same faces and hearts to communicate and will either demand new designs to replace them or drop the trend altogether. If the former, what will future icons look like? If the latter, what will replace them?

What else we saw this year

Spot Pics – Example: TNT

Wide Logos – Examples: Oculus and Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Tinker Toys – Example: Think Geelong

Filters – Example: Fitbit

Dumbells – Example: Evolution Athletics

Based on the rich data source, we’re able to draw a number of conclusions based solely on the number of uploads and searches. This data tells us that mountains, water drops and locater symbols are still popular choices among logo designers, and that tea leaves have replaced the bounty of hops we saw last year.

Designers continue to have an affinity for birds, although this trend is slowing slightly. Ants come in last place in the logo animal kingdom. And fish and cats are gaining momentum, but foxes and goats are losing speed.

Searches for “vintage,” “orange” and “red” have decreased, while terms including “fitness,” “green,” “health,” “modern,” “clean,” “icon” and “sans-serif” have increased.

Slowing industry-related searches include “law,” “sports,” “baking,” “entertainment,” “video games,” “technology,” “food” and “ministry.” Rising industry searches include “fitness,” “residential development,” “non-profit,” “real estate,” “health care,” “brewery,” “culture” and “museums.”

Type’s of Logo Trends in 2016

At a distance these marks may give the effect of gradient ebbing from one color to the next, but by creating a series of stepped rise, designers are cheating the module. For years the phantom of creating a logo that demanded a four-color process was forbidden. Sheens and gradations that once caused reproduction costs to escalate were overcome by changes in technology and the noise of the obstructor weakened. That challenge settled, designs now achieve this ombré effect by completing color transitions one step at a time. It’s a signature effect and one that a clever designer can pull off with no more than a couple of spot colors. Example: Butrfly, Myrkott Animation Studio, Mindful Therapy Group


Creation Envision Arty

That ubiquitous icon of perfection and infinite symbolism has become a raging shape. Designers wanting to define a concept have steal onto this element as the universal visual placeholder in an effort to make the challenge as simple as pie. (Which is also round.) In the last two years we’ve seen USA Today and The Art Center adopt perfect circles as their logos, And even India has started adopting this trend. And these are by no means the first or the last. This trend is much broader and is inclusive of endless simple iterations of circles upon circles upon circles. Imagine you’re asked to explain a concept using only circles and you’ve captured the spirit of these solutions. Example: Manishsatija.com

Half and Half
Even a designer resigned to using flat tone can still lift a logo off the page. Split the center and dial up the light to one side or the other. A dynamic corner perspective nearly always trumps a head-on view, but the tone-on-tone divide delivers interest. Don’t think of this as an iteration of the positive-negative split that generally creates a high contrast break and is seldom used to imply volume. This trick has turned into the symbolic three-dimensional shortcut of choice. Without doubt the hardline value-shift breaks up surface tension and adds a modicum of interest where there was none. Example: Riverwood, Titan

You’re only as strong as your weakest link. Or, the weakest link in a chain is the strongest, because only it can break the chain. Both great perspectives depending on which link you are. The concept of linkage is packed with metaphors and similes, but they generally come down to pairing one with others to expand capabilities. It demonstrates a commitment to another and a commitment to a cause, and though breaking bondage is an entirely different proposition, these marks are built around the strength of union. Example: Qudrat

You can read clinicians who wax endlessly about individuals who subconsciously with their fingers or eyes trace figures in a never ending loop. Figure eights are common but imitating even more complex patterns will manifest as well. It’s a bit akin to a mild version of the condition “swimming,” a common habit of repetitive actions. Now consider a few of these marks by starting to trace their loop and stopping where you started, if you can stop. Mesmerizing, these logos create a continuous pathway that become both addictive and engaging at the same time. Example: Andesign

Dog Eared
There’s a long-standing tradition of building containers. They encompass what’s important, they help protect our belongings and if you dress them up, contents that are otherwise unremarkable suddenly take on a pretty good luster. Especially when trying to lift a piece of type into the category of logo or wordmark, an enclosure of whatever shape seems to be the shorthand language to get you there. In past trend reports we have identified other trending shapes but this year the number of rectangular boxes with clipped or rounded opposite corners is truly remarkable. Example: Flora Street Cafe

Whether describing a diminutive postage stamp or a quarter section, each has four corners. It’s a basic way of defining any rectangular space. It’s how we frame a masterpiece or the first dollar we earned. It the symbolic parenthesis we use to draw attention to what’s inside. And it’s a further signal that simplicity of mark and concept has returned. Whether mitered at the ends or square cut like the letter L, gathered in a foursome or standing alone, corners have played a central role in identity design over the last year. Example: The Valentine, Artspace

Line Dash
In design, the challenge with all things being equal is that all things are equal. In the evolving saga of mono-line logos you eventually reach a point where defining a hierarchy of line is valuable. That may sound challenging since the premise of mono-line design ostensibly is everything is mono or one weight. Certainly differentiation could be by color, but in a single color environment signaling variance with a dashed line seems a perfect fit and introduces some missing texture as a bonus feature. Example: Prapas, MCA Chicago

Off Shift
Who doesn’t love a good puzzle? Enigmatically juxtaposing letterforms is tantamount to a challenge. It’s throwing down the gauntlet and taunting the public to decode a message. There’s something about the need for order in our DNA. These marks leave us determined to straighten out or push these characters into alignment or make sense of the chaos. When the cipher’s been conquered and the consumer is awash with the glow of the “aha” moment the logos in question have admirably accomplished their objective. Example: Sharing Economy UK

Sometimes a visual building block debuts and in short order it’s been cast with top billing in too many productions to enumerate. Descriptive words for this element appear elusive at first blush. A transparent racetrack oval left in the oven just long enough to curl up on the edges and the ends with a twist. Frankly it’s somewhere between a Fritos Scoops and a feminine liner, but with much more potential. It’s a pleasant shape to be sure, but its function is less than evident. String a few of these together around a central axis and you hint at a pretty good sphere. Example: Osiptel

Pocket Shield
Shields have been a tried and true component of identification for as long as … well, as long as there have been shields. They demonstrate protection, authority, and are the assurance of one’s official capacity. They hearken back to kingdoms, fiefdoms, freedoms and any other “doms” with a legacy worth the battle. Symbolism that entrenched in heritage is certainly worth application but maybe with a nuanced nod, not too beholding to the past. To that end, an abundance of pocket-shaped shields have captured the industry’s imagination. Example: Wilkins

Much as a CAT Scan allows a physician to produce cross sectional views of the human body, alternately, adept designers are applying the same investigative perspective to logos. Imagine running a three dimensional logo through a bread slicer and reassembling those slices in space. Adjust for optimal perspective and you pretty much have the technique down. Of course, depending on if your slices are opaque, translucent, transparent or otherwise, the result can be an eye-popping rendition of an entity open entirely to public scrutiny. Example: Tridio

Letter Block
Squares and circles have a special place in the hearts of most designers. They’re relatively efficient shapes that allow us to contain an idea. The constraints of the shape are a concept the public understands so venial design sins can be forgiven if the greater good is to fit inside given geometry. Favicons favor the square logo as well, presenting the opportunity to maximize every one of the 256 potential pixels at hand. So who’s to blame a designer for trying to optimize alpha numeric characters in the skin of a square? These letter block logos have several other commonalities, including strong balance due to parity between the positive and negative spaces. Example: Dirt Jockey

Nearly a decade following the Moving Brands iconic Swisscom logo-in-motion, a new crop of ambiguously twisted chards is taking flight. This new generation of ethereal floating symbols is still full of potential, but is every bit as conceptual as a logo can get. Don’t expect consumers to capture the essence of an industry based on a glimpse of the mark. Rather, expect the public to divine a sense of personality, or at the very least, be so captivated by the brash vagueness that they’ll be inspired to investigate further. Example: Thai Union, SNCA

Of all the critical building blocks of design, rhythm is probably one of the most misunderstood components. There is a reason we feel comfortable with rhythm. It is the repetition of sound or movement, either simple or complex that allows us to forecast the future. It’s the repeating refrain of a song or the pattern in a textile that only requires partial consumption for you to complete what’s next. Example: Concept, Stripes and Stripes

Now what makes a Good Logo?

Five Principles of Effective Logo Design are

  1. Simple
  2. Memorable
  3. Timeless
  4. Versatile
  5. Appropriate

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GST (Goods and Services Tax) in India

Finally GST (Goods and Services Tax) bill has been passed in Rajya Sabha (INDIA)

But it only be effective and useful for Indian Citizens only if they finalized moderate GST tax implementation like in Malaysia its 6%, Japan 8%, Australia 10%. We have been hearing through all the modes like it going to be 18% but in such a case our mobile bill, electricity would be costlier and eating in restaurant or buying goods won’t affect much. So in general terms it would be less by Rs. 5-7 only after GST tax implemented next year by April 2017. Experts believe most amenities to become costlier in the stopgap.

Still this is the big revolution in Indian Government History. But does we all general public of India knows about GST. Let me brief on this, in simple terms it’s one tax over all the taxes we have been beard with from past so many years like VAT, Service Tax etc. After GST implementation, still we have to give service charge on most of the goods. Anyways it’s never been too late to introduce GST in India though it has been implemented in most of the countries way back in 70’s 80’s.

After introduction of GST rate with new system, it will be determine the path where prices would move finally. It will further revise the tax management by swapping layers of local imposes with a single tax as already been mentioned, and combine together a public countrywide marketplace.

Long time to go, as far implementation of GST to be happens, it might be fully operated all over India by next year, might be from April 2017. There is further discussion to be held for how to implement it, rate of GST tax percentage finalization in Lok Sabha today itself. Let see what rate they stamped on to be finalized. “The monetarist control of GST on the Indian citizens, mainly common man largely depends on the final GST rate. The services used by the common man are likely to prove expensive under the GST command, principally due to a higher GST rate on the supply of services, when it will be finally implemented.

Its been assumed as far as primary services such as healthcare and education concern, it should continue to be released under GST and even low percentage on Insurance. We are still not sure about the impact of GST on prices and still unknown but as far as other countries such as Australia, the first years after GST implementation caused them higher inflation. This is highly point to be consider and need to be discussed before implementing GST in India. Obviously when there is Positive of anything Negative also attracts with it. Govt has to make sure consequences of GST stays on a smaller scale so that burden of negativity like inflation stays under control.

As assumed, most of the Goods and services in Indian Economy are taxed at the Standard GST rate of 18%, as suggested by most of the GST committee, GST would result in a drop of taxes paid for Goods (currently taxed at 24% to 26%) but there will be rise in taxes paid for services (currently tax at 15%). Telecom industry has already asked the Govt. to illuminate its situation of taxes on value added services (VAS). By the wider agenda of GST, it is expected that even under the planned GST rule, telecom service providers may face substantial tasks. Though for the very first time, both the center and state governments will have control to tax services. Current proposed GST law should support the government’s initiative of ease of doing business, only if they offer a simplified tax rule.

We would be helped only if GST tax implemented in between 5 – 10% and we are the ones who can really make our Govt think for us else…. Nothing can be change for Good.

To make better use of GST implementation, effective from April 2017 lets share this information as much you can by liking and sharing, Numerous of hits can reach our government by the end and for the betterment of Indian Citizens they have to take the final decision in rights towards general public.

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Money is Killing Relationships and Humanity

Many would close down this article at first go, many would hardly bother to finish with their reading, many would forget what they have read at the end, many would give least important to this article in their life. But I expect few can make major difference in making this World a happier place. So let’s add some smiles to the World!

Boring but True!
This topic sounds boring but very important in every aspects, though it’s not related to Manishsatija.com, Creative Branding Agency in India and their services but need to be showcase in this modern era, where world revolves around ‘MONEY’ and why ? It’s simple, we let this happen and now it couldn’t be change till the time new life-cycle would begin.

Let’s Start!
So where to start and begin with, because whole life is so disturbing due to the fact some are poorer, than at the center its Middle Class and Finally, richer. Why such terms got introduced in the Dictionary, why there is differentiation in between humans when we all are same. I mean poorer & richer, just because one has little penny or even no penny and some has a huge balance in their pocket with whom they can control all of us. Money I mean whole world is just running here and there just for one thing, it could be a world record in terms of Marathon, and everyone has won Olympic Gold as for life we are just running and running behind ‘MONEY’.

It’s there in front of our eyes but NO ACTION!
I am seeing all this happening in front of me, way back from childhood. Money has full control on whole world and people living just for the sake of it. How many suicides or even killing each other and death happens because of money only, has anyone bother or have any figure related to the same. Let me tell you, what is happening around the world: Money is Killing Relationship and Humanity. And no power or super power can stop it when it sooner become a major disaster on Earth.

Living in a Virtual and Fake World!
We are just living into the Virtual and Fake World, where we all dependent on Money & Technology. We work hard to earn it, we start neglecting relationship, we start disrespecting humanity as our whole mind controlled by money so we stop worrying what’s wrong and right, we make our life so hectic that we hardly have time for our family or social life. Techno world, where technology is making our life more robotic. Hard to imagine when any child born, within a span of one year baby starts familiar with mobile, laptop and computer systems. Always seating in front of Computer, Walking with Mobile, Playing online games. We all forgotten how important is physical activities and for child growth is a must but without technology we can’t even think of living.

Believe it or not!

  • Money is like a virus spread across the Globe and killing numerous of people in a day, figure is outnumbered each day.
  • Relationships is a cure medicine of all diseases, but its diminishing so faster that world is just seating and doing nothing for WW III is waiting to happen.
  • Humanity is a Global Common Commodity for all Human Beings, but even humanity is not left behind as we humans only are differentiating this term with different religions. Condition of human being these days can be described as selfishness and egoistic like take this as an example, road accident happened somewhere. Person who was on a two wheeler got collided and down with bleeding heavily, needed immediate aid but whosoever crossing the road is just passing by, and now a days they take video and pictures and getting uploaded on to the Facebook. I mean it’s so insane and inhuman. Where this world is all heading? In fact we all know because we all have become so impractical, selfish, lost our moral values just for the sake of nothing and then we also proudly say ‘I’m proud of myself’.

Sacrifices over Money!
This is the fact as if we cannot live without money though ready to sacrifice with relationships and love. And this is also the fact, we always left up with money only at the end when no one around us or ready to accompany us till death. Such choices has been finalized by us only, so whom to Blame.

  • Sacrifice Number 1: Relationships
    As discussed above, this is the major sacrifice done by human being over money.
  • Sacrifice Number 2: Love and affection
    So busy with money making, whole body and mind got affected and become heart breaker, Cold hearted.
  • Sacrifice Number 3: Self-respect
    Running, running and all day, week, month, year of running behind money made us Inhuman.
  • Sacrifice Number 4: Time
    Time management which is very important subject in school, colleges, corporates, and business, in fact in whole life but even money has achieved the Goal of becoming the most important subject in reality.
  • Sacrifice Number 5: Health
    I mean understand this, If there is no Health – What to do with money? Still we are capable of deteriorating our health in becoming richer but paralyzed of everything else.
  • Sacrifice Number 6: Personal Life
    And not the least but no personal life left for anyone due to money only. Times where wife compromised her emotions as husband busy with earning big money, No time left for family and friends but have time to part with colleagues or to attend BOSS party which is must for any employee to get noticed, No matter you start getting neglected at home, your social life (in fact no social life these days, it was way back in our grandparents times), and no personal life of nothing.

Side effects of Money!
Surprisingly there a lots of stuff to tell you regards to side effects of Money. Effects on life, our behaviors, happiness, personal growth and environment. Sadly but truly effecting all of those mentioned. All money is giving to people is an Evil Eye with whom they are just seeing and capturing money, ignoring their surroundings. Killing whole world with its Evil Power. Sure, only power reside and capture the whole world, who are incredibly rich and justify to positioned themselves among selfish, greedy and unkind imaginary so call tycoons Or perhaps they are secretly rolling in money, where rest of the audiences prefer to held back negatively. Ultimately money causes people to less humane, less happy and evil at the end!

  • Side Effect Number 1: On Life
    Biggest example can be this: Richer is the Dad, Poor are their kids, why? Because from childhood they have experienced money is the major factor of surviving and living but no time given for their family and kids. When dad even now a days mother went outside early in the morning to earn money, kids all left behind in some day care for their grooming at early stage, and when they returned they always find their kids sleeping, specially happens in between dad and kids. We tend to forget that actual growth of any child including care and love can only be provided from parents. Day cares are just temporary but they are actually increasing rapidly and what for? You guys answer. And this is Life, Kid formation to Adulthood
  • Side Effect Number 2: On Behaviors
    One of the biggest business in whole world is of alcohols and cigarettes, tobacco. This is actually cause due to our habits and behaviors. Whether they have money or not, tendency of drinking and smoking is at huge scale. If they have to borrow money, need to fight at home for it, or to even kill someone. They just can’t change their behavior for good in fact they prefer to stay for worst. Our mood swings, living habits, anger towards smaller things, always in a mood of frustration and irritation, living with dual identity, Road rage, fighting in public, Disrespecting your parents and elder. It’s all part of our today behavior.
  • Side Effect Number 3: On Happiness – Money Buys Happiness
    The major factor among all the side effects I can say. We do meditation, yoga these days to stay happy and healthy. But reality is opposite of it and we all know it’s impossible to stay happy these days because of major factor ‘Money’. And that why this sentence introduce to the world ‘Money Buys Happiness’ but they are actually buying loneliness, inequality, unhealthy. Happiness would stay for temporary period of time but they are getting themselves disconnected with rest of the world. What you will do when only you and money will be living alone?
  • Side Effect Number 4: On Personal Growth
    We all are materialistic these days to be very frank and money oriented. How often our own personal growth got affected because our tendency of thinking rotating around money and materials. Life, work and career and innovation is happening these days but just for one purpose to earn money more and more. How many times we need to compromises our goals, decision over education, career, building quality life, building self-esteem, improving health, improving social abilities but we daily compromises on mentioning special aspects of personal growth required for any individual. Nothing is happening else making our morals down.
  • Side Effect Number 5: On Environment
    Is the self-financing materialist going to heaven? Historical studies confirmed that money has the conclusion of making people less social. It’s simple if we don’t change ourselves and economic system, Our number’s up.

Now read this!

  • Money – It’s a materialistic thing created by human beings, for which sometimes they end up killing each-other
  • Relationship – It’s an emotional thing created by human beings, for which they always end up in love and care for each-other
  • Humanity – It’s a group of commodity where we all human beings live happily, for which they spread love everywhere

Choice is yours, what to choose and for what purpose to live for!
What you will do when only you and money will be living alone?

Let’s come to the conclusion now, this is the game played forever through your comments and answers. Let’s start now. One good decision in your life can change many Life’s. It’s a matter of surviving from the outcome of future. So don’t wait anymore.

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