Ada seorang membuka bisnes ZOO HAIWAN
Di pintu masuknya, dia menulis RM10.00/orang tetapi tiada seorang pun yang masuk.
Kerana beberapa lama tidak ada pengunjung, maka harga tiket pun di turunkan menjadi RM7.00. dan tetap tidak seorangpun yg mau masuk.
Disebabkan masih tidak ada pengunjung, akhirnya ia turunkan menjadi RM3.00 dan tetap tidak ada pengunjung yang mahu masuk!!
Akhirnya ditulislah pengumuman:
Kemudian ramai org yang berebut2 masuk.
Ketika pengunjung di dalam telah penuh, sipemilik ini memutuskan untuk membuka semua pintu kandang binatang buas. Singa, Harimau, Serigala, Ular & pintu keluarnya sudah dikunci !
Di pintu KELUAR di tulis:
“Keluar Bayar RM100.00 !”
Ramai orang berebut membayarnya.
Inilah ironi kehidupan. Ketika ditawarkan untuk hidup sihat, banyak berpuasa, banyak minum air masak, banyak bersukan, makan makanan yg menyihatkan, jaga rehat dan tidur secukupnya. Tidak ramai org yang mahu mendengarnya.
Tapi kalau sudah masuk HOSPITAL, berapa pun mahalnya bil HOSPITAL, kita pasti akan berusaha membayarnya untuk kembali sembuh, sekalipun harus jual aset atau berhutang dan cari sumbangan.
Sihat lebih baik daripada sembuh. Kerana sihat itu murah.
Khas utk renungan dan ingatan pada diri sendiri.
A foreign friend living here sent this to my friend, very true and inspiring, worth sharing:
I have been following Tun Mahathir’s speech lately and I find them to be so inspirational in many ways. Leave your upcoming election aside. Let’s talk about lessons we can learn from him.
Lesson No 1. Age
Age is just a number. Successful people do not worry about their age. It doesn’t define who they are, their ability to think and act. When you are passionate about something you can find all the energy and brain to pursue your purpose untill your last breath.
Lesson No 2. Master of Your Own Destiny
Almost every other day, there is someone talking about Tun Mahathir’s age, his ability to think and decide, and the mistakes he made in the past. But nothing hinders him or slows him down. He knows exactly what he wants and ignores all the perception that won’t help him in achieving his goals. He teaches us, “be the master of your own destiny”, don’t let others decide your destiny.
Lesson No 3. Warrior Minded
Warrior is someone who is ready to die in order to win. So, going not only the extra miles, but whatever distance it takes. You don’t stop. You don’t give excuses. You don’t run away from challenges. You take the bull by its’ horn. Indeed, we see in our own eyes how Tun M faces people, his arch critics and his preparedness to face anyone anytime. A true leader is a true warrior in every aspect.
Lesson No 4. Leader is Reader.
A reader is not necessarily a leader but a leader is certainly an ardent reader. Why even at age 93, he speaks so eloquently and impactfully? It’s because he reads a lot to keep himself abreast with all the necessary knowledge and information. Knowledge is power.
Lesson No 5. Power to Persuade
As leader your ability to persuade is extremely important. Just look at Tun M as how successfully he has brought people together who once not only critisized him but also abhorred him. They all have accepted him as their leader. The fact is a leader knows how to rise above the rest despite the differences because he has mastered the art of persuasion.
Lesson No 6. One Vision One Goal
Strong decision followed by uncompromised action.. Tun M wants to bring down the current Prime Minister. It is evident, Tun M has made his team so focused and has managed to gain public attention to what he says and does. His message is precise, clear and people centric, making his goal as the goal of the nation.
Lesson No 7. Managing Emotions
This is arguably the most important quality a leader needs. “It is not the event that decides the outcome; it is how you respond to the event that decides the outcome” is the quote that I find becomes alive every time Tun M is put to test. We have witnessed him being in the centre of many challenging situations, some of which are very critical of him in nature. Despite all odds, he has shown his amazing skills and ability, managing his own emotions thereby controlling every situations so well. Not only that, he walks out as winner in such situations.
At 93 years old this man has so much yet to offer the country!
Why you don’t like the sound of your own voice (Rébecca Kleinberger | TEDxBeaconStreet)
👑 *I like this msg … felt like sharing!* 😇
Let’s get a LIFE, before Life gets us instead…
A lovely little girl was holding two apples with both hands.
Her mum came in and softly asked her little daughter with a smile; my sweetie, could you give mummy one of your two apples?
The girl looked up at her mum for a few seconds, then suddenly took a quick bite on one apple, and then quickly on the other.
The mum felt the smile on her face froze. She tried hard not to reveal her disappointment.
Then the little girl handed one of her bitten apples to her mum, and said: mummy, here you are. This is the sweeter one.
No matter who you are, how experienced you are, and how knowledgeable you think you are, always delay judgement.
Give others the privilege to explain themselves.
What you see may not be the reality. Never jump to conclusions regarding their actions.
Which is why we should never only focus on the surface and judge others without understanding them first.
Those who like to pay the bill, do so not because they are loaded but because they value friendship above money.
Those who take the initiative at work, do so not because they are stupid but because they understand the concept of responsibility.
Those who apologizes first after a fight, do so not because they are wrong but because they value the people around them.
Those who are willing to help you, do so not because they owe you any thing but because they see you as a true friend.
Those who often text you, do so not because they have nothing better to do but because you are in their heart.
Those who take out time to chat with you, does not mean they are jobless or less busy, but they know the importance of keeping in touch.
One day, all of us will get separated from each other; we will miss our conversations of everything & nothing; the dreams that we had.
Days will pass by, months, years, until this contact becomes rare… One day our children will see our pictures and ask ‘Who are these people?’ And we will smile with invisible tears because a heart is touched with a strong word and you will say: ‘IT WAS THEM THAT I HAD THE BEST DAYS OF MY LIFE WITH’.
Send this to all your friends who have touched a part of your Life….
Have A Great Day! 😇🌈
God Bless You! 🙏🏻
How language shapes the way we think (Lera Boroditsky | TEDWomen 2017)