Thursday, 28 February 2008

More important stuff

There are more important stuff than silly lawsuit between ex-employee and former employer, making 'scary' phone calls to backed her case.

Who cares about those things when the most wanted man escaped detention.

Set your PRIORITIES straight woman!

Sunday, 17 February 2008

Setting your mood for the day

Reading emails in the morning can either set your day with a good start or a bad start for the rest of the day. So, if you are not in the industry with emails are your bread and butter, I suggest, that you check your inbox at 4pm in the afternoon.

Why? At least it will give you a whole full morning to be inspired with your ideas, plan your week and not have your day or mood be driven by the emails.

Initiative takes more effort and empowering than Reactive mood.

So, to my friends, if you sent me an email, it will only get read at 4pm in the day. Because, I value and respect myself to be bothered and concerned by any bad news.

Oh, if there are good news, I am sure you know how to find me.

Ring! Ring!

Wednesday, 13 February 2008

My Valentine

I am all smiles. Can't complain to that. :-)

Monday, 11 February 2008

Big on Bike

So i am sitting at MacD Pasir Ris overlooking about a hundred or so parked bicycles. We cannot say that Singaporean are not trying to lower the number of cars on the road. Come 6pm every weekday, owners of there bicycles in shirts pants and backpack will be greeted by their transportation back home. Bicycle, is a great invention.

Friday, 8 February 2008

Law of finding Lost things

Someone told me that there is a way to find things that you lost or just can't find.

To find the items you lost, you need to verbalized the items you lost to someone like, for example

"Hey, have you seen my car keys?"

Almost as immediate you will find the item. Even after you looked at the same place over and over again.
I am not sure if it work all the time but, worth the try. Seems to work for me mostly. I usually verbalized to my cat.


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Sunday, 3 February 2008

What is Mission and Vision

I just returned from T Harv Eker's Life Directions last weekend.

The 3 days seminar was about finding my life purpose. In the past, I have been taught about writing corporate Mission and Vision but never quite like this. Never quite like how the tools and questions that provoked me while writing my personal mission and vision statement.

What I learned was, a Mission is what I would like to dedicate my life to. It is a cause that is beyond my lifetime. It could be small, it could be big. But it resonates with me and without the need for other's approvals.

A Vision is an accomplishment that I obtained and achieve for the Mission. Visions are planned periodically 3-5 years, 10 years etc. And the juicy point that I learned, Visions are vehicles for my mission. I can have multiple visions that are in line with my mission. That point sets me free. I felt a whole lot better now. I can have and pursue many opportunities that is in line with my personal mission and current vision.

Am I ready to live my Mission and make a difference?


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