im so down…

as I ponder why all this things happening on me??

where I am now? when I look back.,,it’s not the life I am dreaming of…

but its the reality..I am where i am now…

not according to my plans but the consequence of my choices…

I can’t say I made the wrong choice because I know there’s always a reason behind..

the reason and purpose of all my sleepless nights, preoccupied mind, and senseless ideas…

I’m so down…

i don’t know what to do..what will happen next…what decisions to make…

I’m so down…

confused.:(

Faith without ACTION is DEAD…

It doesn;t matter what you are thinking, or what fear you have, if you just do it! Action is the only thing that matters….I can see that at the end of my life, I am not going to look back and say, [ I wish I had taken more action.]

it’s never too late to start a new beginning…a life that full of meaning, filled with joy and love..never stop learning for every journey of life is a significant lessons.

Be thankful enough. For every trials and challenges…failure is not a failure if you just conquer and stand up in every time you fall. 

 

 

New Zealand Road Trip

very nice place!!!

A Big Life

A few years ago, in the summer of 2009, I went on a road trip around New Zealand with one of my closest friends. New Zealand had, admittedly, never really been on our list of places we had to see – we were both still in the throes of Europe-love and not nearly as appreciative of our hemisphere as we should have been. But there was a special on the plane tickets and we wanted to do something, so late one night, we clicked book and locked ourselves into a Kiwi road trip.

We spent two weeks driving around both islands in two 80s-esque cars that were an utter pain to hire because New Zealand seems to operate to the beat of an even more laidback tempo than Australia is reputed to. It was one of those trips you never forget, the kind you tell your kids about, the kind…

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Thank You

A Big Life

So, Germany. This is it for a while. I’m flying home tomorrow night and even though it was what I desperately wanted when I booked my ticket, even though it is what I desperately need, I can feel my toes digging in. I want to leave you and I don’t at the same time and I think this contradiction will be inherent throughout our entire relationship. But we’ll learn to live with that, just like we learnt to live with my jaywalking ways and your thing with rules and wurst. And your terrible television. Just like we learnt to live with a lot of things.

 

I have to say, Germany, you were a bit distant at first, a bit aloof. You don’t make it easy, you know, with your grey skies and clipped conversation. You can be a bit unyielding sometimes, a bit quietly disapproving. God my face burned every time…

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team building 2012

team building 2012 its more fun in Palawan!

Team building doesn’t just mean getting the team together . The point is that these weren’t team building programmes at all, rather they were generic activities imposed upon teams without any real consideration for what the team wanted, or needed. Similarly, while it may be fun and friendly, a corporate fun day involving inflatable suits where you hurl yourself at a Velcro wall, sumo wrestling a colleague, bungee running, quad biking, karting or clay pigeon shooting, won’t necessarily build team relationships or address any problems in the group. While it may be just the right event for a seasonal celebration, especially if it involves families or partners, this kind of “team build” is seen mainly as an informal motivational activity. For this, you need a more considered approach and above all, something where the objectives are clearly stated and can be met. You need to take into account specific issues that need to be addressed and the sorts or personalities involved in the team. The resulting programme could well involve a ruthless battle for a trophy in an inflatable Olympics arena, but for a hard-working, hard-playing and highly competitive sales team, perhaps this might be exactly what’s needed. For most, however, while it may be fun to get out of the office, you can’t expect that blasting each other with paint pellets is going to be much of an exercise in resolving trust or communication issues. Perhaps a programme involving something a bit more creative and less physical – indoors or outdoors – with plenty of time for discussion is a good place to start. There are always going to be those resistant to the very idea of “team building” or others whose comfort zone is very small. Acknowledging this and creating a programme that takes it into account is going to pay far bigger dividends than forcing them to jump out of aeroplanes or role play in Arctic expeditions.