Friday, August 28, 2009

Okay, momo is sleeping now... Got some time for blogging. Just fed her milk moments ago, she was groaning with hunger. Her eyes are closed but her finger is pointing at where the milk bottle and milk powder is.

Now she is getting taller and taller...

I like cars, and I got my dream car too. Everyone who like cars sure will have their dream cars.

Mine was this parallel import car, Toyota Blade.

Doesn't she look pretty?



Look at the interior design... The hand brake, the gear. Wow!! Fantastic....


See how nice she looks?


She is simply too tempting to resist.
Btw, I'm referring to the car, not the lady hor....
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Then as time passes by, I begin to change my dream car.

Now in 2009, my dream car is this Audi R8.
Sooner or later I will make this car mine, rightfully mine. Drive it along the highway.
Dream it, Do it and Achieve it.
In order for your dream to come true, first of all you need to have one.

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Bouncing Back from Tough Times with Self-Encouragement Part 1 by Jim Rohn

Here is a familiar scenario for all of us; you may even be going through something like this right now: You have an exciting goal in mind, you’ve done your homework, you think you’re amply prepared… but things just don’t work out. You’ve probably had times when you thought you were doing what you were supposed to do, but you were misinformed. You thought you had it all laid out, but it just didn’t work. You burned the midnight oil day after day after day, but it didn’t seem to help. You couldn’t seem to change the end result.

These are the times when you have to be your own best cheerleader. And there are two ways to keep yourself encouraged.

Number one: Take responsibility for the missed opportunity or the misrepresentation. Learn from the fact that even though you made the best presentation possible, your client wanted it a different way. Be prepared for the letdowns that happen every so often. Know that this lost opportunity just set you up to take advantage of the next one. Realize that you can make the necessary alterations next time. Make the changes that will make the difference. Study your mistakes and learn from them. Instead of dwelling on the mistakes, simply acknowledge them and learn from them. Remind yourself that you’re smarter than your bank account leads you to believe.

Encouragement practice number two: Remind yourself that you’re bound to get better. Don’t get down on yourself. Don’t beat yourself up. It’s the next opportunity that matters, not the last one. The last one matters only in that you must learn from your mistakes. But the next one gives you the opportunity to show that you have learned from your mistakes. You can do it better next time. You just have to practice. Keep trying until. Until what? Until you’ve got it down.

If you figured out what went wrong last time, then you know how to make it right next time. If you figured out what it was in your presentation that didn’t work, don’t say that next time. If you figured out that the reason you didn’t close the deal this time was because you didn’t have all the facts and figures in place, have all the facts and figures in place next time. Don’t beat yourself up for messing up. Pat yourself on the back for figuring it out.

You need to encourage yourself. You need to pump yourself up. You need to be your own cheerleader. Why? Because you can’t wait and hope that someone else will come along and cheer you up… make you feel better… tell you that you’ll do better next time. You have to rely on yourself. You have to have faith in yourself and your ability to figure out what works and what doesn’t. You have to have the inner belief that everything you’re doing, you’re doing for a positive outcome in the future. You have to encourage yourself with future successes.

When you miss an opportunity, are unprepared for an opportunity, or suffer a setback while realizing your goals, you need to encourage yourself by immediately getting back into line. There’s an old cowboy saying, “Fall off a horse seven times and you’re a real cowboy.” If you fall off a horse, get right back on. If you fall off track, get right back on. If you fall away from your disciplines, get right back to them. If you fall out of habit, get back into the habit. Something goes wrong, do what you can to make it right.

If you fall off… get back on. If you fall off the horse, that is, the horse of habits or disciplines or progress, get back on. It may be hard. It may be a bit frightening. But get back on. Keep your resolve alive and active and well. Cheer yourself on to victory. You can do it.

Asking is the beginning of receiving. Make sure you don’t go to the ocean with a teaspoon. At least take a bucket so the kids won’t laugh at you.

Resolve says, “I will.” The man says, “I will climb this mountain. They told me it is too high, too far, too steep, too rocky and too difficult. But it’s my mountain. I will climb it. You will soon see me waving from the top or dead on the side from trying.”
Jim Rohn

Friday, August 14, 2009

穷人缺什么?

Last nite when I got home, a letter from Herbalife, a letter of recognition from our CEO Michael O Johnson, all the way from California, US.

It represent Herbalife recognize our efforts in distributing the products. How we talk to people, get them on the products their health improves, their lifestyle gets better.

How many of us in our daily work can get a recognition letter from our CEO? Most to most is just a pat on your back by your supervisor or your team leader. "Oh you done good, keep it up..." That's all, that's all.

C'mon, let's face it. Many of us left our previous companies is not because of the pay we received. Well, partly is bcos' of the pay, but studies has shown that most of the people who left is due to they are not being recognised at work. Our hard work, our effort, our sweat... all are not been "seen" by the Management. In fact, most probably they dun even know your existance at all.

Michael O Johnson, the man from the magic kingdom.


Simple design and yet exclusive.
A stone from a friend is much better than a diamond from enemy.

Thursday, August 13, 2009

I was really holding back my tears when i saw this pics.... Such a pretty lady, she look great amazing and she is really amazing.

You saw what she lacks with? Most ppl will say she is disabled but she is not. In fact she is much more able than most of us. So many of us stay in our safe harbour, not satisfied with our current situation but doesn't want to make any changes. We curse and swear behind our boss but still go to work everyday, get the miserable paycheck and still hoping that we still be employed the next month, all we know is to complain and complain...

You can either curse the darkness or you can light up a candle.


This lady, I'm sure she will make it big in Herbalife. In fact, she is already a winner.

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Wow... I love cars!!! So many cars with the logo "Herbalife". I got these pics from my Facebook new added pal. Those cars are not cheap to own one. I know there are a lot of ppl here in Singapore drives some of the cars, but mind you those owners of those cars are from third world countries, like Brazil, Mexico, etc. Their average income per month is around USD$200 or so. Well not to be envious of them, they work very basic stuffs and they really work hard for it.

What does poor people most lacked of/ 穷人最缺什么?
When I first heard this question, I'm sure many ppl will be having the same thinking as I did. "Money loh, opportunity loh". Well, the answer is not money or opportunity. It's ambition, it's desire. The ambition to climb higher, the desire for success. I once heard from one President Team member who told us, it is not your fault to born poor, but it's definitely your fault if you die poor.

If you resign to your fate, you will forever be stepped by rich people, forever be under them. I once read a book The Elephant and the Twig. There are many ppl like the elephant, being tied to a twig and doesn't want to escape. In fact, they dun even want to try. They resigned to their fate that they can't get away. In the past, they tried and they failed so they think that no point trying it again now.

A very meaningful verse by Robin Sharma, when you die, what fills your heart with greatest regrets is not the risks you took, but what fills your heart is deepest regrets is all the risks you didn't take, all the people you didn't meet, all the sunrises you didn't watch, all the things you did not do.

A ship that stays in the harbour never get banged up, never experienced rough seas but that's not ships are made for.




I love red Ferarri, esp the F430 model.

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Skills/Sales by Jim Rohn

Don’t wish it was easier; wish you were better. Don’t wish for less problems; wish for more skills.

Don’t wish for less challenges; wish for more wisdom.

You must either modify your dreams or magnify your skills.

You can cut down a tree with a hammer, but it takes about 30 days. If you trade the hammer for an ax, you can cut it down in about 30 minutes. The difference between 30 days and 30 minutes is skills.

The key to life is to become skillful enough to be able to do rewarding things.

Learn to hide your need and show your skill.

To succeed in sales, simply talk to lots of people every day. And here’s what’s exciting—there are lots of people!

Practice is just as valuable as a sale. The sale will make you a living; the skill will make you a fortune.

Selling is a person-to-person business. You cannot send the sales manual out to make the sale.

Sales manuals have no legs and no voice.

In the sales profession the real work begins after the sale is made.

Sales people should take lessons from their kids. What does the word “no” mean to a child? Almost nothing.

Even if you are new in sales, you can make up in numbers what you lack in skills.


Principles of Personal Achievement by Napoleon Hill

Lesson 1: Definiteness of PurposeDefiniteness of purpose is the starting point of all achievement. Without a purpose and a plan, people drift aimlessly through life.

Lesson 2: Mastermind AllianceThe Mastermind principle consists of an alliance of two or more minds working in perfect harmony for the attainment of a common definite objective. Success does not come without the cooperation of others.

Lesson 3: Applied FaithFaith is a state of mind through which your aims, desires, plans and purposes may be translated into their physical or financial equivalent.

Lesson 4: Going the Extra MileGoing the extra mile is the action of rendering more and better service than that for which you are presently paid. When you go the extra mile, the Law of Compensation comes into play.

Lesson 5: Pleasing PersonalityPersonality is the sum total of one’s mental, spiritual and physical traits and habits that distinguish one from all others. It is the factor that determines whether one is liked or disliked by others.

Lesson 6: Personal InitiativePersonal initiative is the power that inspires the completion of that which one begins. It is the power that starts all action. No person is free until he learns to do his own thinking and gains the courage to act on his own.

Lesson 7: Positive Mental AttitudePositive mental attitude is the right mental attitude in all circumstances. Success attracts more success while failure attracts more failure.

Lesson 8: EnthusiasmEnthusiasm is faith in action. It is the intense emotion known as burning
desire. It comes from within, although it radiates outwardly in the _expression of one’s voice and countenance.

Lesson 9: Self-DisciplineSelf-discipline begins with the mastery of thought. If you do not control your thoughts, you cannot control your needs. Self-discipline calls for a balancing of the emotions of your heart with the reasoning faculty of your head.

Lesson 10: Accurate ThinkingThe power of thought is the most dangerous or the most beneficial power available to man, depending on how it is used.

Lesson 11: Controlled AttentionControlled attention leads to mastery in any type of human
endeavor, because it enables one to focus the powers of his mind upon the attainment of a definite objective and to keep it so directed at will.

Lesson 12: TeamworkTeamwork is harmonious cooperation that is willing, voluntary and free. Whenever the spirit of teamwork is the dominating influence in business or industry, success is inevitable. Harmonious cooperation is a priceless asset that you can acquire in proportion to your giving.

Lesson 13: Adversity & DefeatIndividual success usually is in exact proportion of the scope of the defeat the individual has experienced and mastered. Many so-called failures represent only a temporary defeat that may prove to be a blessing in disguise.

Lesson 14: Creative VisionCreative vision is developed by the free and fearless use of one’s imagination. It is not a miraculous quality with which one is gifted or is not gifted at birth.

Lesson 15: HealthSound health begins with a sound health consciousness, just as financial success begins with a prosperity consciousness.

Lesson 16: Budgeting Time & MoneyTime and money are precious resources, and few people striving for success ever believe they possess either one in excess.

Lesson 17: HabitsDeveloping and establishing positive habits leads to peace of mind, health and financial security. You are where you are because of your established habits and thoughts and deeds.

Thursday, August 06, 2009

Lately I was adding a lot of Herbalife distributors from all over the world to my Facebook. Come across some pics that I didn't see before so I guess it's good to upload them here.







Wow.. I didn't know that Herbalife was once appearing on our own MRT? Now then I realised that was a few years back...





I think that this slide is really meaningful... Never give up even if you're being eaten, persist till the last moment.

Momo is sleeping while I was typing this post. I shall blog a bit about this lass whom I called momo.

Now she knows that when her panties and shorts are soiled, she knows she need to change them and where to get them.
She knows how to tell me when she need to pee, and when I was bringing her outside she can hold her bladder until we reaches home.
She can wear her own shirt, panties, shorts and even her shoes.. all by herself.
Earlier on, I just reached home after work. I was thinking about how this lass was doing while I was at work so I wanted to take a peek at her. Who knows she wasn't asleep and when she saw me, she ran into my room and refused to sleep after that. I had to bring her downstairs, bring her to the playground, bring her walk around the neighbourhood before she agrees to sleep while in my arms...
That was one time even more aggregating... I was still sleeping and momo from her own room, came crying and opened my door, she climbed onto my bed and lie onto me. I got no clue what was happening... I just hold her body and continue sleeping.

Tuesday, August 04, 2009

Love the Opportunity by Jim Rohn

Somebody said you have to love what you do, but that’s not necessarily true. What is true is that you have to love the opportunity—the opportunity to build life, future, health, success and fortune. Knocking on someone’s door or making that extra call may not be something you love to do, but you love the opportunity of what might be behind that door or call.

For example, a guy says, “I’m digging ditches. Should I love digging ditches?” The answer is, “No, you don’t have to love digging ditches, but if it is your first entry onto the ladder of success, you say, ‘I’m glad somebody gave me the opportunity to dig ditches, and I’m going to do it so well, I won’t be here long.’ ”

You can be inspired by having found something, even though you are making mistakes in the beginning, and even though it is a little distasteful taking on a new discipline that you haven’t learned before. You don’t have to love it; you just have to learn to appreciate where you live, appreciate opportunity and appreciate the person who brought you the good news—the person who found you.

Appreciate the person who believed in you before you believed in yourself. Appreciate the person who said, “Hey, if I can do it, you can do it.”

If you will embrace the disciplines associated with the new opportunity, and you will soon find that your self-confidence will start to grow, that you will go from being a skeptic to being a believer. And soon, when you go from person to person, talking to people, you will find it to be the most thrilling opportunity in the world. Every person you meet—what could it be?

Unlimited! Maybe a friend for life. The next person could be an open door to retiring. The next person could be a colleague for years to come. It’s big-time stuff. And sometimes, in the beginning, when we are just getting started, we don’t always see how big it is.

So, before you are tempted to give up or get discouraged, remember, all success is based on long-term commitment, faith, discipline, attitude and a few steppingstones along the way. You might not like the stone you are on right now, but it’s sure to be one of the stones that leads to great opportunities in the future.

"Life asks us to make measurable progress in reasonable time. That's why they make those fourth-grade chairs so small—so you won't fit in them at age 25!"
Jim Rohn
"There are some things you don’t have to know how it works—only that it works. While some people are studying the roots, others are picking the fruit. It just depends on which end of this you want to get in on."
Jim Rohn
"I can tell how much money you make by looking at how you respect your time."
Mike Litman