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[1: 1,247 of 10,000] Work Advice To Remember for 2014

In Journal on December 21, 2013 at 7:37 PM

How To Work Better

I love each and every advice. I did crazy stuffs in the past that I forget to get things simpler and workable. It’s never too late to learn.

[1: 1,246 of 10,000] Shopping for Christmas Gifts

In Journal on December 20, 2013 at 7:31 PM

Christmas Gift

I have a long list of wrong gifts for the past years to my sissy and if I screw giving the right gifts this year I will definitely give it up and just give her money for her to buy whatever she desires. She was scarred for life and she cannot forget my mishaps.

Apparently aside from giving the right present, I got to make sure I give her a present at all as my original surprise didn’t work. I can’t find the particular vodka she wanted! So I got to rush and buy her the alternatives and I thought I am kind of running out of time.

Finally I did get her something I hope are the right ones this time. I sure will find out on Christmas morning. 🙂

[1: 1,245 of 10,000] Are You Feeling Guilty of Doing What You Love?

In Article on December 19, 2013 at 7:19 PM

Happy at WorkWe shouldn’t be guilty that we are happy because we do what we love and for what we are good at.

We cannot say that I envy that writer who sits all day writing and yet get paid handsomely; and for the writer to feel guilty that he loves what he’s doing while some people are miserable.

Imagine if a writer stop being courageous to do what he is meant to be doing, there will be no poetry, novel, or scripts that we will savour. Not every one is gifted with talent to write and put words on our feelings and narrate history for its truest glory. It will never be about being selfish because every human being owe it to himself that he should be doing what he loves.

[1: 1,244 of 10,000] Take Care of OUR Sea

In Article on December 18, 2013 at 5:39 PM

This is a great illustration why I should be conscious of what I carelessly throw into the marine.

They looked harmless but they aren’t. We probably know that they are dangerous but we don’t know how bad. We need to be informed that decomposition took so long and we should all take responsibility to take care of OUR trash. Or better yet, be wiser on what we manufacture.

An Illustration for the Environment

[1: 1,243 of 10,000] Through Our Eyes

In Poem on December 17, 2013 at 5:21 PM
MirrorUnless we look in the mirror
 
We do not see what we look like
 
We don’t see the light or dim in our eyes
 
Through someone’s eyes we see our being
 
But don’t let the reflection from others be the end
 
They can be a vindication, a testament, but never the end
 
Unless we need help
 
Then we listen
 
But if we are fine, we are great
 
Your voice and judgment is enough
 
Just enough
 

[1: 1,242 of 10,000] Special Day

In Journal on December 16, 2013 at 4:27 PM

I started to feel Christmas on December 16th, 2013 because I went to see Santa Claus and he got me a pretty yellow doll.

December 16 2013

I love the holidays because of the cheers, surprises, and every thing turns out to be magical. I should be feeling this all throughout the days of my life because I know that I am loved by the reason of the season’s celebration.

[1: 1,241 of 10,000] Good Business Advice from a Sheikh

In Article on December 15, 2013 at 3:21 PM

A1 Grand PrixI saw a video with Shaikh Maktoum Hasha Maktoum Al Maktoum and he shared a very good business advice:

  1. Be straight / direct.
  2. Be truthful / honest.
  3. Be clear.

They are pretty simple but simple words that are the best way to relay direction.

Be straight / direct. No double meaning, no bushing around, and just do what needs to be done.

Be truthful / honest. It would be nice that doing business is simply doing it honestly without ripping anyone but serving the market with the best product and service the company is capable and great at doing.

Be clear. We got to admit that some plans went wrong because of wrong instruction. I cannot emphasize being clear enough and calm are as crucial as to working things efficiently.

[1: 1,240 of 10,000] The Manuscript Found In Accra

In Review on December 14, 2013 at 12:58 PM

I finished the book and got good and a bit of disappointment feedback.

Manuscript Found In Accra

The Good

  • Love the story telling in a question and answer plot.
  • Love the fact that almost all lines were quotable quotes. It means in a brilliant one sentence the beautiful composition of thoughts were grouped to move a heart.
  • It is amazing to think the numerous wisdom Paulo shared for every essential subject in a man’s life.

The Disappointment

  • The beginning of the story was boring. It took me so long to really read this book because the beginning was not gripping but when I reached the question and answer then I was hooked.
  • There were stories taken from the Bible. It’s not that I didn’t love the Bible but it would have been impressive that Paulo were more creative and came up with a new idea. Although on a positive note, those who were not able to know the marvellous words of the Bible will learn it from him.

Highly recommended for reading!

[1: 1,239 of 10,000] I Am Not A Quitter

In Article on December 13, 2013 at 11:56 AM

Over and over I found myself working for a company that I would find myself trapped, unhappy and feeling I am not contributing to the betterment of the world. I chose companies that has not established its standard, trying to get a niche in the market, and they found me valuable in the team. It feels difficult helping out to make it a successful company and I am ready to quit… again.

When my twisted pessimistic self emerge then George Carlin words swamped my being –

Most-people-work-just-hard-enough-not-to-get-fired-and-get-paid-just-enough-money-not-to-quit.

Is that how it really is? Being too afraid to experience hardship and start all over to do what I really need to do. I have experience not having a job and all for the right timing. Rhonda Byrne said on her book, we experience the same challenges because we have not learned what we are supposed to.

A company trust to hire an employee because he will contribute to the company, most definitely to its glorious success. You know the movies were they picture a challenge and at the end things worked out brilliantly. Every time I am in a company that experience great turmoil, I always imagine we can save the day; that with my touch I could build an epic business empire.

I am underpaid right now and I am working more than I can handle; the difference this time around is I am not running away until I make it right. This time I am putting my heart, head, optimism and time. By the time I leave the company, I know I have left a legacy and I have gained the lesson I so long should have learned.

[1: 1,238 of 10,000] Oprah Says No Child

In Article on December 12, 2013 at 8:42 AM

Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy

I love Oprah Winfrey. She inspires me like no other and could speak right through my soul.

She decided not to marry until now and to not have a child too as reported on New York Daily News.

I do have my personal take that a union of a man and woman should be sealed by a marriage before anyone could have a child. If I would be the child, most likely like what the children of Brad and Angelina demanded that the couple should have a wedding and confirm a true Mr. & Mrs. I am an old school Catholic.

I know that she’s a very optimistic person and I can’t believe she would think her children would hate her. She’s a great person and I am definitely sure she will find ways to lovingly raise her children. It is her choice and in life we do pick the path that we want, the priority that we set for ourselves so more would benefit for our great existence.

When I first heard this news from the radio, I was thinking that I should write a blog post that would point out how it is going to be a lost that there won’t be a piece of Oprah’s heart in the world when she leaves (considering of course that the child will live longer than his/her mom)… Then I realised that a woman doesn’t really need to bear a child! After all, Oprah has truly mothered children in Africa who then will make wonderful contribution in the world, future women who will bring a different deeper sense of delicate hope that radiates, and it is more than enough not to question if she chose not to have a child.