ow many of you think a lot? Talk a lot? But you can't write down your ideas? I can help. I can transfer your thoughts to words. I'm a Content Consultant who, since 2008, sat with more than ten marketing committes from various companies and new startups to help them create marketing contents for websites and promotional materials. At the same time, creating events to boost sales. This is the site to get to know how I think and write.
The Right Move
“I blend with people easily,” said Fuzi Hanim, the founder of FuziMagic, a not-for-profit organization that focuses on student development program for the underserved youth. “I make friends with everyone and build bridges to connect people. I accept differences until there are no more differences. And then, we celebrate.” Read more »
Grub Cycle was established in June 2016. Redza met the team when they were helping out at an event for refugees. “I wanted to learn more about social enterprise, so I went to the British Council to learn to be a facilitator for social enterprise. That was where someone asked me if I was interested to join an accelerator program to validate and start my own social enterprise.” As if everything he wanted was already there, all he needed to do was to show up. And he did. Read more »
Working under employment was easy, managing a business is something else. He realised that when he finally started his own business. He was so busy solving problems that at the end of the day, he was making even less money then when he was under employment. Learning to juggle so many challenges, from administration to manufacturing, from HR to marketing, from finance to sales, he decided there is only one thing he needed - education. He was determined to learn more about business management. Read more »
QUOTE FROM "INVITE FREEDOM HOME"
There is no need to worry about your purpose. What you need to do is to put joy first in everything you do. When you do so, you will see many gifts unfold before you." ~ INVITE FREEDOM HOME
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I kept my ears open and listened. With his non-stop complaints, it was hard to get some ideas in. So, I let him speak. When he stopped to catch his breath, I cut in. Stopping him from all these unprogressive banter, I said, “Look, it is so good you have a car and you are making money driving it at your leisure.” He looked ahead and for the moment, kept quiet and started to think.
Over the years, we get a lot of advise from many successful entrepreneurs, especially young and powerful ones, about business success. Many would have heard or we were told that to achieve anything at all, you need to do a lot. It is called hard work. With more success stories in the market and the thirst for more market share and more profit, we tend to lose ourselves in our work thinking that if only you could do one more thing, meet one more client, close one more deal, even if it is going to take your weekends away from your loved ones, you will do it anyway. For the money, you would reason.
How can two experiences be felt differently? Unless you think you like one and dislike the other. This happens when we have a split mind. On one side (Mind), you think you love to travel, meeting people, planning your itinerary, managing your accounts and tracking your schedules. On the other side (Mind), when you get back to work, you didn’t like meeting customers, you are not working your plans, you don’t handle the accounts well and you don’t have schedules for your work.
“I blend with people easily,” said Fuzi Hanim, the founder of FuziMagic, a not-for-profit organization that focuses on student development program for the underserved youth. “I make friends with everyone and build bridges to connect people. I accept differences until there are no more differences. And then, we celebrate.”