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December 29, 2015

Top 10 Posts - 2015

With over a half a million hits in 2015 alone, the Authentic Journeys' blog has surpassed 1,000,000 hits in July of 2015. Thank you to all the fans and loyal readers of the blog. Feel free to scan the top 10 posts of 2015 for your reading pleasure! 
  1. What does Ping Me mean?
    About 1,200 have pinged this article to find out!

  2. Expats Living in Kochi Featured in Malayala Manorama
    Jennifer Kumar's excerpt about her experience living as a foreigner in Kerala has been seen in Malayalam and English by over 1,100 browsers.

  3. Going Onsite? Cross-Cultural Training for Indians Working With Americans
    Over 1,000 are interested to learn how to prepare for their life in the US when going to the client site. This post details example syllabuses for the most popular cross-cultural training program for Indians going abroad.

  4. Speak Up in Meetings with US Counterparts
    Do you feel reluctant to speak up on weekly status review calls with your American counterparts? Over 800 are in the same boat as you, and have learned a few tips from this post.

  5. March Madness and Basketball- Small Talk Tips
    Of baseball, football and basketball, basketball is more well known in India. About 850 peers wanted to learn more about this great American sport and how to talk about it with their US clients.

  6. Career Networking Seminar at SUNY Buffalo - April 17, 2015
    Getting your career off the ground in the U.S., when it's your second home may not always be easy. Over 800 other international students, professionals and expats are also curious about this program.

  7. 15 Out of the Box Networking Strategies
    Networking is nothing but building relationships. However, when we think of networking as part of a career building exercise, more than 700 of us get curious to know what can be done to get other's attention a professionally appropriate way.

  8. Eating With Hands in the US With Colleagues - Yes or No?
    I am sure way more than 700 people are curious about this! Feel free to share your thoughts and tips on this in the comments section of the article. Looking forward to hearing your feedback!

  9. A Case Study in Business Ethics
    Almost 600 were curious to read this case study and ponder over it's intriguing questions.

  10. Tech Talks in American Conversational English
    Simple and down to earth would be how I would categorize the radio podcasts shared on this post. Listen to these easy to follow American English conversations about a range of ordinary technical problems we all could face with our computers, cell phones, and other gadgets. Over 500 have already enjoyed browsing the podcast ideas on this page, and I am sure you will, too! 

Which were your favorite posts on Authentic Journeys in 2015? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments section below. If you have blog post ideas, feel free to also share topic ideas below. Thank you!

Jennifer Kumar provides cross-cultural training and business consulting for Indians and Americans who work together.

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We help build effective, culturally competent global teams with focus on the cultures of the USA and India. Jennifer Kumar, Managing Director, an American citizen, has almost 10 years experience living, studying and working (owning a business) in India. Authentic Journeys Consultancy is registered as a Private Limited in India (Kerala) and an LLC in the USA (Salt Lake City, Utah). We provide onsite and live-online instructor-led courses, facilitation and corporate coaching.