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LETTING GO AND MOVING ON BY JAMES OH

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MINDSET SHIFT: EMPLOYEE TO ENTREPRENEUR

MINDSET SHIFT: EMPLOYEE TO ENTREPRENEUR
BY JAMES OH

Friday, March 20, 2009

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Pulau Sentosa , Singapore
























Dear valued visitors,

It is a small resort island, yet offers abundantly which we think we do not need any introduction. The photos tells more than thousand words. See yourself and trust they are pleasing your eyes.

Love,

James Oh

The Old Man and His Shoe

One day an old man boarded a bus. As he was going up the steps, one of his
shoes slipped off. The door closed and the bus moved off so he was unable
to retrieve it. The old man calmly took off his other shoe and threw it
out of the window.

A young man on the bus saw what happened, and could not help going up to
the old man and asking, "I noticed what you did, sir. Why did you throw
out your other shoe?"

The old man promptly replied, "So that whoever finds them will be able to
use them."

The old man in the story understood a fundamental philosophy for life - do
not hold on to something simply for the sake of possessing it or because
you do not wish others to have it.

We lose things all the time. The loss may seem to us grievous and unjust
initially, but loss only happens so that positive changes can occur in our
lives. We should not always assume that losing something is bad, because
if things do not shift, we'll never become better people or experience
better things. That's not to say of course that we only lose "bad" things;
it simply means that in order for us to mature emotionally and spiritually,
and for us to contribute to the world, the interchange between loss and
gain is necessary.

Like the old man in the story, we have to learn to let go. The world had
decided that it was time for the old man to lose his shoe. Maybe this
happened to add momentum to a series of events leading to a better pair of
shoes for the old man. Maybe the search for another pair of shoes would
lead the old man to a great benefactor. Maybe the world decided that
someone else needed the shoes more.

Whatever the reason, we can't avoid losing things. The old man understood
this. One of his shoes had gone out of his reach. The remaining shoe would
not have been much help to him, but it would be a cherished gift to a
homeless person desperately in need of protection from the ground.

Hoarding possessions does nothing to make us or the world better. We all
have to decide constantly if some things or people have run their course
in our lives or would be better off with others. We then have to muster the
courage to give them away.

HOW TO PUT THE RIGHT PERSON IN THE RIGHT JOB?

Does your Company have a problem in recruiting the right person for the
right Job? If yes, try this simple experiment.


Put around 100 bricks in some particular order in a closed room with an
open window. Then send 2-3 candidates into the room and close it
from outside. Leave them alone and come back after 6 hours, and then
analyze the situation:


If they are counting and recounting the number of bricks - PUT THEM IN
ACCOUNTS DEPT.


If they have messed up the whole place with the bricks
- PUT THEM IN ENGINEERING


If they are arranging the bricks in some other order - PUT THEM IN
PLANNING.


If they are throwing the bricks at each other - PUT THEM IN OPERATIONS.


If they are sleeping - PUT THEM IN SECURITY.


If they have broken the bricks into pieces - PUT THEM IN INFORMATION
TECHNOLOGY.


If they are sitting idle - PUT THEM IN HUMAN RESOURCE DEPT.


If they have thrown the bricks out of the window - PUT THEM IN THE
MATERIALS DEPT.


If they are clinging onto the bricks - PUT THEM IN TREASURY.


If they say they have tried different combinations, yet not a brick has
moved - PUT THEM IN SALES.


If they have already left for the day - PUT THEM IN MARKETING.


If they are staring out of the window - PUT THEM IN STRATEGIC PLANNING
AND last but not least.... . . . . . . . . . . If they are talking to
each other and not a single brick has been moved


PUT THEM IN TOP MANAGEMENT.

She is not my wife

她不是我老婆

有一對已結婚一段時間的夫妻在性方面已經沒什麼興趣,可以說粉不幸福,

老婆也無法滿足,後來老婆就去找了心理醫師治療,回來第一天晚上老婆穿

著性感衣服真的粉惹火,兩人就過了快樂的一夜,

第二天老婆更是火辣辣,兩人又過了風起雲湧的一夜,老公就覺得很好奇,

第三天晚上就偷偷的看老婆在做什麼??

只見老婆對著鏡子大喊:我很年輕!我很年輕!


後來老公覺得心理醫師很有效,也跑去看心理醫師,

回來第一天晚上只見老公有如猛虎出岬,堅挺不拔,讓老婆很 High

第二天老公依然像超人般欲罷不能,搞的老婆有一點受不了,老婆就覺得很

訝異,第三天晚上就偷偷的看老公在做什麼??

Chinese Garden in Singapore

Dear my valued visitors,

Below please find some of my shots at The Chinese Garden in Singapore. Trust you enjoy seeing this lovely beautiful Bongsai trees - greenery and so pleasing to my eyes, hope it is so to you.









The two photos below are taken surrounding outside the compound of the Chinese Garden. You can still find lots of greenery.









That is me, wearing the 60an cap of bad thug. Am I look like one?




Bongsai trees at other part of the garden.




















This photo of the way illustrate how the trees is nurtured according to the shape accordingly.