It doesn’t have to hurt

That is the exact word that I learn and try to live from last year. It means that you need to let go of the pain that has been holding you all this while. Whether it is physical, mental or emotional. The equation is still the same. For years, I’ve been thinking that pain is… Continue reading It doesn’t have to hurt

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Old Passion, Reignited

When I was around 6 or 7 years old, one of my favourite subject is Arts. I remember that there were so many things that I have created in classes and some I did bring it back. Other than the paper collages and cutting potatoes while colouring it with watercolour to be used as stamps.… Continue reading Old Passion, Reignited

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End of Apple era? Or lack of innovative ideas?

Since Steve Jobs left this world, I personally haven’t seen anything innovative like these products I own(ed): Apple 24″ iMAc Yes, I have gotten the non-white body iMac. I bought this to launch my freelance career. Apple iPod Shuffle 2G The “jack” that also being used to charge the iPod. Apple Macbook Pro 13″ Aluminium unibody! This… Continue reading End of Apple era? Or lack of innovative ideas?

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Focused Execution

When we wish to deliver certain project or task with the best possible way, there are so many things that will go inside of our mind. And you shouldn’t be scared of that. If you are nervous about it, that is a good start because it means you are not sure whether it is going… Continue reading Focused Execution

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Oil and Gas employees are now at the bottom of the food chain?

Going through this hard time of oil plummet. I believe it is interesting to record and thin slice things happening around the country or world. After budget cuts and right-sizing strategy across the industry, I have received this email screenshot related to the loans and financing application for employees of oil and gas industry. In… Continue reading Oil and Gas employees are now at the bottom of the food chain?

29 replies to Jeff Bezos’s Amazon Interview Questions (Part 2)

Around 2 weeks ago, I have written the answer for 15 interview questions for Amazon job interview (Part 1).  I have received unexpected responses and here are the remaining of my spontaneous answers: 16. “Tell the story of the last time you had to apologize to someone.” Back in 2010, I was working for IX Telecom, a small… Continue reading 29 replies to Jeff Bezos’s Amazon Interview Questions (Part 2)

29 replies to Jeff Bezos’s Amazon Interview Questions (Part 1)

Inc.com published this article on 29 Interview Questions Amazon Uses and I would like to give it a shot (as-an-when basis). Here it goes. 1. “Who was your most difficult customer?” The one that kept quiet. It is hard because you can force the horse to go to the river. But you can’t force it to… Continue reading 29 replies to Jeff Bezos’s Amazon Interview Questions (Part 1)

A short (art) trip

Few hours ago, I was invited to visit the studio of a local artist. I have never been to one since 2013. Before the trip, I hesitate to visit but when I ask myself when is the last time you try something new? I decide that 30 minutes visit should be good for a start. Permission Today,… Continue reading A short (art) trip

Vendor Management System in Malaysia

Today, I have visited couple of “vendor” type boutique around Shah Alam and one in Puchong. Basically, vendor boutique is a boutique where the owner rented the designated spaces to any vendors interested to sell their product at the shop. You may have 60 different brands and companies in one shop and all of them are… Continue reading Vendor Management System in Malaysia