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Greetings Reader,
My name is Ravi Gajjar & I am working with A.F.I.L. (Ankitt Sharma Foundation for Intelligent Living) Ahmedabad
I am working under Mr. Ankitt Sharma who is applied patenet founder of behavioural intelligence & has rendered his trainnings to the followings:

Welspun India Ltd.
Indian Police Services
Avalon Aviation Academy
Indian Clinical Research Institute
& Many More

He has even released his commercial series in Ahmedabad called 'Why Careers Fail & Business Derails'

He now plans to take out more

But we need more muscle

Ladies & Gentlemen who are well skilled & have know hows or even if are smart goodlooking freshers who want to work in an organisation which follows the concept of self employed professionals

Please mail me your resume with two photographs (Close up & Full Body)

you can visit our webstie <link outdated-removed> to know more
You can even mail me at the emailid mentioned above

We strictlly want good looking & out of the box thinkers

From India, Bhopal
Strategy And Training Evaluation
Success & Behavioural Trainings
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Find attached my profile and if you could please shed a little more light on your business model.
From India, Delhi

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Hi Ravi,
I have a question related to your Job post.
I would like to know how a "Behavioral Intelligence Training" requires you to post - 'We strictly want good looking & out of the box thinkers'?
Have you checked and followed up with the 'anti-discrimination law obligations' while posting this job add?

Thats so true
Thank you for lighting up that point
But being a B.I. Trainer
Its not just work
As we are into commercial public workshops even
Its lot of glamor quo involved
& thats the reason why we have posted it
By the way a person who is a trainer himself needs to be very disciplined & very fit as he is the guide light for the people
But if you see many trainers (No offense) are bulky,uncharismatic & very old traditional thinkers
If you see for example OSHO, he was a highly charismatic & a fit personality & his lines where very modern for example "Who says that you only should meditate sitting under a tree, I sit in my Royal Royce & put on the music & meditate"
Somewhere very technically all these things matter a lot
Have I solved your query?

From India, Bhopal
Sure you have Ravi.
Come to think of it 'looks' is a very relative term and perhaps not limiting to only the physical size/shape i.e. being fat or fit and thus my question on perhaps discriminating against those who may have inherited few aspects of their looks by birth, etc.
As for Osho, everyone has a right to his/her opinion and agreeing/disagreeing to others' ideologies and that is what makes us democratic without forcing ones beliefs on others.
Thank you for a prompt response.
Have a good day.

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