Random Thoughts

More a reminder for myself than anything else.

I’m sure we’ve all been there at one point, we’ve worked a job where the manager was absolutely dreadful. The type of boss that makes your job unbearable to a point where you feel like walking …

Source: www.business2community.com


Are you an introvert?

23 August 2014
Do you prefer your own company sometimes? Away from the madding crowd? Do you consider your personal space sacred? Chances are, like me, you’re an introvert. Contrary to what most people think, an introvert is not simply a person who is shy. In fact, being shy has little to do with being an introvert! Shyness […]
Read the full article →

So what’s all this fuss about Fibre to the Home? – Part 1

15 April 2013
By the end of 2010 there were well over 500 million broadband subscribers worldwide (including all fixed access technologies). While Japan continues to lead the world in terms of the number of FttX subscribers; South Korea has the highest penetration in the world and is the first country in the world to reach over 50% […]
Read the full article →

21 Social Media Marketing Tips (Infographic)

30 October 2012
See on Scoop.it – Aspiring Outliers Today, businesses define social media marketing in many different ways. Some businesses see it as an extension of offline and online advertising. Others use social media as a way to interact with current customers. But no matter how your business uses social media, there is one thing you should […]
Read the full article →

Your Brand Is More Than a Logo; It’s an Experience

24 October 2012
See on Scoop.it – Aspiring Outliers Brands come to life when an experience confirms what the logo or tagline promises. Where are some places that your customers can experience your brand? When we talk about a company’s brand, people’s minds usually jump immediately to that company’s logo. No argument there: A logo is a vital […]
Read the full article →

Grid-Tied Residential Solar Energy Systems

8 February 2012
There has been plenty said about the electricity tariff hike which came into effect this year. I have yet to assess the impact it has on my home’s electricity cost but looking at the cumulative records, it looks quite significant. Thankfully though, electricity cost is no where near what it is in Perth where the […]
Read the full article →

WDD 2011 Feature: Diabetes and Blood Sugar Levels

14 November 2011
Today is World Diabetes Day. I am a diabetic and as part of WDD, I am taking the initiative to share as much information as possible about diabetes as possible for the next week or so. Most of the info will be stuff that I’ve gathered over the years but I still find useful as […]
Read the full article →

20 Dumb Mistakes Employers Make

2 September 2011
Add another level of hierarchy because people aren’t doing what you want them to do. (More watchers get results??) Appraise the performance of individuals and provide bonuses for the performance of individuals and complain that you cannot get your staff working as a team. Add inspectors and multiple audits because you don’t trust people’s work […]
Read the full article →

In Retrospect

3 August 2011
“One day, in retrospect, the years of struggle will strike you as the most beautiful.” — Sigmund Freud
Read the full article →


2 August 2011
Never continue in a job you don’t enjoy. If you’re happy in what you’re doing, you’ll like yourself, you’ll have inner peace. And if you have that, along with physical health, you will have had more success than you could possibly have imagined – Johnny Carson
Read the full article →

Who you are…

29 July 2011
I stare at my reflection in the mirror: "Why am I doing this to myself?" Losing my mind on a tiny error, I nearly left the real me on the shelf. No, no, no, no, no… [Audio clip: view full post to listen] Don’t lose who you are in the blur of the stars! Seeing […]
Read the full article →

What did you do last weekend?

21 July 2011
Last weekend, a whole bunch of like-minded parents who wanted to see their kids succeed in school and in life, accompanied their kids to a two-day intensive workshop called the “Genius IQ Success Training” program. The program had two objectives, firstly to teach study techniques to the kids (and the parents heheh) and to instill […]
Read the full article →

Parents, how to be positive?

19 July 2011
I’m sure all of us aspire to positive parenting all the time, but its not easy. Trust me, I know… Positive parenting allows parents the ability to raise happier, healthier kids. Kids raised using a positive parenting approach have strong self esteem, confidence, and more contentment in their lives. You can instill core strength in […]
Read the full article →

Memories of Leicester

16 July 2011
Lesta Masta, a set on Flickr. How time flies… It was this time last year I was in my room in Leicester contemplating whether to go home or stay on till September…
Read the full article →

Don’t these people get tired of trying?

29 June 2011
(BARR HAMZA NAHOR & ASSOCIATES CHAMBERS) DES AMBASSADE RUE 01BP 52 COTONOU REPUBLIC OF BENIN Tel; +299 9828 15 83 E-mail; [email protected] Assets of my deceased client {Engineer Michael Azwan} Dear Muhammad Malik, I am highly esteemed to write you this proposal; after I have got your information’s through B/R Chambers of Commerce. My name […]
Read the full article →

30 sikap wanita

13 June 2011
Something random for a Monday morning. Have a great week ahead people! Bila sorang wanita mengatakan dia sedang bersedih, tetapi dia tidak menitiskan airmata, itu bermakna dia sedang menangis di dalam hatinya. Bila dia tidak menghiraukan kamu selepas kamu menyakiti hatinya, lebih baik kamu beri dia masa untuk menenangkan hatinya semula sebelum kamu menegur dengan […]
Read the full article →


17 January 2009
While waiting to see the doctor in one of the clinics at RIPAS today, I noticed a poster on the wall which read as follows: Menjadi ibubapa memang sukar, tetapi kita harus berusaha dalam menjaga anak-anak dengan sempurna. Kasihi anak awda tanpa syarat. Ajarkan mereka supaya bekerjasama dengan orang lain, meminta maaf jika bersalah, bersabar, […]
Read the full article →