Saturday, December 31, 2016

My Youtube Channel for Project The Remote Influencer.

Hello. How are you all doing? Good I hope. I wish you a Happy New Year. I can't believe how fast 2016 went.

Here is a link to my Youtube channel for Project The Remote Influencer. I don't make too many videos as I am quite shy by nature. However, I will try to make more videos from 2017 moving forwards.

I am very impressed with Youtube. It is so easy to upload videos onto Youtube for the world to see. It's a great invention. I have found many great educational and entertainment related videos via Youtube. I usually shoot videos from my laptops and then I save the video onto my pc. I then upload the video from my laptop to my Youtube channel. It's a great feeling when you click the upload button and wait for your video to be placed onto your Youtube channel.


Thursday, December 15, 2016

Transferable skills gained through past or present jobs.

In this post, I am going to be writing about an author named Susan Cain. The post here shows how people can gain valuable transferable skills through their past or present jobs.

Whether you’re in your first or last semester of your law degree, everyone is always telling you that everything is important: you have to have effective public speaking skills, you have to have excellent writing skills, you have to network, and you have to have excellent critical analysis skills.

All of these skills are useful, but having effective legal research skills is incredibly important to your success, not only in your law degree but also throughout your legal career. 

You’ve probably been given a problem solving assignment or an essay during your law degree, for which Google didn’t have the answers, and you instead needed to navigate the labyrinth of legal databases (if you’re just starting your law degree, this is probably coming!). For the assignment you needed to look up cases and legislation, and even if you started the assignment the day or the week before the due date, you realized that good research takes time.


Susan Cain has a law degree from Harvard and she has a BA in English from Princeton university. She quit corporate law at the age of 33 to become a writer. She wrote the book, 'Quiet: The power of introverts in a world that can't stop talking'.

 Susan pursued a writing career after leaving her corporate law career. She is not a licensed psychologist. However, through analyzing the text on legal research, and my own personal research in this area, I can say that Susan had used the skills and knowledge she had gained from her law career, and she had transferred those skills into her book writing project. Her book has been excellently researched. She knows her subject area: Introversion. Susan had stated that she had wanted to become a writer since she was around four years old. As most people are aware, writers are usually introverted by nature. Legal research can take time. Susan's book must have taken her quite a bit of time to research and to complete. Research plays an important part in law. This skill had given Susan an advantage in her writing career. Susan has made quite a few videos and she has spoken to large groups of people in videos too. Again, this is something that she was used to as public speaking is part of what is required in the legal profession.
Susan didn't set too much pressure on herself in regard to time frames for her writing career aspirations. She said that she just wanted to write. She didn't set out to become a writer. She just wrote and became a writer by doing. She didn't over think or over analyze her goal. She had stated that she probably wouldn't publish anything until she was 75. My point here is that many people give up on their targets and goals in life because they want to achieve overnight success. This is a myth. It takes time to achieve great things.

Research is paramount in Project The Remote Influencer – PTRI. Text analysis is part of the work I do with PTRI. This post here shows some of PTRI's text analysis skills. Please read this article carefully. Focus upon the underlined segments too. When you do this, you too will see the power of text analysis.

Here is a video made by Susan Cain.


Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Using Facebook pages and Google plus pages for non governmental organizations that are just starting out.

I wrote a post for my Facebook Project The Remote Influencer page earlier today. I wrote about new non governmental organizations - Ngo's and how they can benefit from using Facebook pages or Google plus pages instead of stand alone web sites.

I am not against web sites. However, my point was that new NGO's do not always have the funds required for creating a stand alone web site. The web site/s can come later once the organization can afford them.

Here's a link to the post in mention.


Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Welcome to my new Google Blogger, Project The Remote Influencer blog.

My name is Anand Sule. I am the founder of Project The Remote Influencer - PTRI. I had started my basic research project, PTRI in 2009. I came up with the unique idea for School of The Remote Influencer - SOTRI in 2010 while working on PTRI. I am still working on PTRI at present and will continue to do so until I decide otherwise. This work will be conducted under my SOTRI banner. In some ways this is similar to universities. They too conduct basic research.

PTRI is the name of the basic research project, and it is also the name for the highly creative and somewhat unique self-experiments I am undertaking. PTRI is being run as a non profit web based research organization. PTRI is operating as an unincorporated association. I may change this structure in the future.

 For now, I will be running PTRI through my Facebook page and through this blog here. There are no costs involved in becoming a member of PTRI. I have association members from America and South Africa at this current time. I hope to have members joining from across the world. PTRI has a local and an international scope. PTRI is e-based. However, I do get involved in physical, in person work too, as deemed necessary.

Here is a link to my Facebook PTRI page.