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Looking forward to ‘some more’ – Tuhina Anand

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Looking forward to ‘some more’ – Tuhina Anand

If everything undesirable and forgettable was associated with 2009, then there is this added burden on 2010 to be a year that will shine and shine as brightly as any year has ever done before. It is a year of change, a year of hope and the year that promises great progress.

It is a year where all things that have been formulating in the mind and on papers and e-mails will fructify. It will be a year where one will actually take a leap and do some brilliant thought-provoking work.

It will be a year that will bring the much needed cheer. So 2010 would actually be a path-breaking year for me, both professionally and personally, where I look to achieve ‘some more’ than what is expected of me, not because I have been asked to do so, but because I want to do so. Let’s roll…


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