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MINDSET SHIFT: EMPLOYEE TO ENTREPRENEUR

MINDSET SHIFT: EMPLOYEE TO ENTREPRENEUR
BY JAMES OH

Saturday, May 21, 2011

DIAMOND SUPER CONNECTOR AWARD FROM BRANCHOUT

DEAR EVERYONE,


That's why I decided to make this announcement so that together we share this award and am celebrating with you. Meantime, I also write to express my great appreciation to the organiser who has taken painstaking process to keep track of my contacts.



 
James Oh is well connected! He is now able to reach out to over 60,000 people and 33,516 companies in his BranchOut professional network to better his career and open doors for new opportunities.


At the same time, I also want you to know that it is near impossible for me to list down all names who have helped me make this a reality. What is more important to me is that all your good works have been kept in my heart, which I will never forget. Please do let me know should there a chance for me to return you favour in anyway I could, eventhough you may not request for it. 
In this connection, I write to dedicate the following songs to all of you I loved forever.
a. I love you, please click http://liftyouup.blogspot.com/2011/04/i-love-you-video.html to listen to this song
Big thanks again and your continuous support and guidances is greatly appreciated at all times.
Together we make things happened for a better tomorrow.




James Oh


Skype me at james.oh18

Friday, May 20, 2011

TAI CHI - GOOD FOR ELDERLY, REAFFIRMED BY RECENT JOINTLY RESEARCH

TAI CHI - GOOD FOR ELDERLY, REAFFIRMED BY RECENT JOINTLY RESEARCH


Dear Folks,

I am pleased to announce the recent medical studies jointly conducted by Edzard Ernst of the University of Exeter, southern England and Myeong Soo Lee of the Korean Institute of Oriental Medicine. These researchers gave Thumbs, Toe and Tongue up to Tai Chi as a way of preventing falls and improving health in the elderly, but does not confirm other claims made for the Chinese martial art.

This centuries old martial art practices is based on tenets in Confucian and Buddhist philosophies that health was governed by two opposing forces, comprise of Yin and Yang. It basically entails regular practice of deep breathing and relaxation techniques, coupled with slow and gentle body's movements.


This art has been well received by the populations in Oriental and Western world and also constantly reviewed by medical experts of its claims. This time, the above researches derived their findings based on the examination of 35 assessments of Tai Chi found in English-language, Chinese and Korean databases.

They found "convincingly positive" evidence that, among the elderly, practising Tai Chi helped sense of balance and boosted psychological well-being. This finding will further enhance confidence among the practitioners to spread this healthy activity to larger populations.

However, it "appears to be ineffective" for treating symptoms of cancer and arthritis as some quarter claimed. The evidence also contradicts other claims such as Tai Chi improved high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, muscle strength, osteoporosis and other conditions.

This may be flawed by many studies due to their poor design or their biasness. For instance, they may select a small numbers of volunteers or lacked an adequate "control" group to arrive at a just and fair comparison.

More over, this exercise also believe to make a considerable difference to the collective energy field and goes some way toward diminishing the pain-body by reducing thinking and generating Presence. (Page 158, A New World, Eckhart Tolle)



The above finding also appeared in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, published by the British Medical Association (BMA).


Overall, we can safely infer that this healthy exercise is definitely good for elderly folks and they should not be clouded by any unnecessary doubts. But continue to enjoy it for their health as it has been proven and reaffirmed by the recent research.

And I love hearing from my readers! So, if you would like to contact me, you can drop me an email at jamesoh2003@yahoo.co.uk 

To your healthy life,


James Oh


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Thursday, May 19, 2011

ANOTHER MILESTONE SET BY SOLAR PLANE


As usual, I read through the Sunday Star, May 15, 2011 and noticed another new milestone set by Solar plane reported under the world column.


First, there is a positive note for the world as lots of people have put up their efforts and time to create a better world. It was reported that a solar energy plane had made the world's first international flight powered by the sun to show the potential for pollution-free air travel.


I recalled very well that I was very impressed with this little country, with lots of natural beautiful scenary and superb duper air quality during my stay there, more than a decade ago. And today, I found that the Solar Impulse took off from an airfield at Payerne in western Switzerland on the last Friday morning and landed at Brussels airport after 13-hour flight set another new milestone.


This is remarkably incredible as they are taking this project seriously to demonstrate what we can do with existing energy and energy savings.


We, at this blog, agreed with the project co-founder that it is symbolic to be able to go from one place to another using solar energy. This will not only reminds us of the bright side of it. But it also shows to the world that there are people who cares and are concern with this planet.


The Solar Impulse project began in 2003 with a 10-year budget of Euro 90 million and has involved engineers from Swiss lift maker Schindler and research aid from Belgian chemicals group Solvay. In this connection, we write to express our sincere thanks to these two bodies for making this project into a reality.


The plane, which requires 12,000 solar cells, embarked on its first flight in April 2010 and completed a 26-hour flight, a record flying time for a solar powered aircraft, three months later.


However, it had been a great challenge to fit a slow-flying plane into the commercial air traffic system. With an average flying speed of 70kph, Solar Impulse is not an immediate threat to commercial jets, which can easily cruise at more than 10 times the speed.


Secondly, it brings  great news to humans  as the above well illustrated a point that there is a great opportunity for us to take this successful project further so as to address the global warming issues.


Thirdly, a larger prototype is scheduled to fly around the world in 2013 and we trust more organizations will chip in and lend them whatever support to this noble project, which we believe majority will do. As such, we shall spread this good news around and make people aware of their noble intention and efforts so as to make a brighter world.


Thanks for your precious time to read this article and please help us to spread this news through your contacts, so as to help you in return.






James Oh


Skype me at james.oh18

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

FIRST MALAYSIAN-BORN MAYOR IN BRITIAN

FIRST MALAYSIAN-BORN MAYOR IN BRITIAN


Very warm welcome here,

In response to the message, Aim For Impossible, advocated by our YB Datuk Seri Idris Jala, another breakthrough record is achieved by our fellows Malaysian, Miss Helen Chuah, born and raised in Penang. She will take oath tomorrow to be the first non-English mayor in England. We, at this blog, trust all Malaysian will welcome of this great hero and feel proud of her achievement, which stands tall in the world stage.


The above news was reported in the Star, May 17, 2011 and we also take the similar initiative to spread this news to our circle of contacts, which we trust will give hope and confidence specially to our fellows Malaysian who pursue such a direction of success. This evidence has strongly suggested that lots of Malaysian have been trying to work hard to restore her former glory. Such fruitful outcomes had surfaced recently and well indicate that there are plenty of opportunities outside Malaysia, for us to excel in whatsoever endeavour we are taking because our knowledge is world class, as claimed by our previous achiever Mr. Ong.


It was also reported that Miss Helen Chuah, 61, who loves her curry mee, will be taking the badge and robes of the mayor's office of the city of Colchester in a ceremony held at the city's Moot Hall. This city is located about 100 km northeast of London. Both heroes, aged 60 plus have shown us that age is of no barrier in achievement and give rises of hope of second prime time for those who have missed out their 40-50 first prime time. As such, both of them have proven that "refirement" should replace retirement of the age of less than 60. Please don't get me wrong here, I am never against anyone who have decided to retire much earlier. We respect their decision and of course we do congratulate those who afford to do so.

She told Star the day before that she felt very honored and privileged to be elected as the first non-English mayor of this historic town of Britain, and would wish to foster ties between Colchester and Malaysia. She is truly a good spoke person who has the passion to promote Malaysian culture, food and possible business links as well. Well done, Helen and we all love and are proud of you. You truly possess the Malaysian spirit which always does the best for our country. We write to inform you that we are more than happy to will give you all our support, as 1Malaysia's spirit, we could.

We were told that she was a student from St. George's Girls' School in Penang, left to be trained as a nurse in Britian in 1971. She was described by her younger brother, Kean Chee, 58, a retiree staying in Bukit Jambul, as her enthusiasm in charity work had been a source of inspiration for his two sons. Here, we can safely say that we are also inspired by her as well.

Despite her past 40 years staying in Britain, she still has a close relationship with Malaysia by returning to her homeland every year. She even visited her former school and impressed the principal Shariffah Afifah Syed Abbas two months ago, whom she described as a humble and outstanding person.

No surprise that Helen's success story also attracted the attention of Malaysia-born Westminister City Council Chinese Community liaison officer, David Tan, who said he was happy to hear this good news, like all Malaysians.


One thing we feel sorry for her is that both her late parents and none of her siblings will be available there to attend and witness such a meaningful ceremony. In this connection, we at the same time, wanted her to know that she is not alone and she is always in our hearts.

Please click 'like' in FB to lend your support and care to her and wishing her a great success in the near future. Big thank to you in advance.

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 James Oh

Skype me at james.oh18





Tuesday, May 17, 2011

WIKILEAKS' ASSANGE AWARDED PEACE PRIZE

WIKILEAKS' ASSANGE AWARDED PEACE PRIZE

Hi! everyone,



We write, in response to the recent news that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was awarded the Sydney Peace Foundation's top honour for "exceptional courage in pursuit of human rights", as a noble and timely move. This is in line with the notion that the truth should be upheld so as to preserve the world's peace. Do not forget that we are living in the modern technology era where information can be easily and speedily disseminated. As such, high integrity of information should be preserved at any cost; without fear and favour.


Assange, an Australian former computer hacker who is fighting extradition from Britain to Sweden over alleged sex crimes, was highly praised and fairly rewarded with Sydney Peace Prize's Gold Medal. His bold action of disclosing the truth should be an excellent example for us to follow.


In this foundation's 14-year history of annually awarding such prizes, only 3 have been awarded the gold award for courage in pursuit of human rights, these are for Dalai Lama, Nelson Mandela and Japanese Buddhist leader Daisaku Ikeda. Such a great honour is highly recognised and sought after. As such, Assange being awarded for his determination to seek greater transparency and accountability from governments around the world. His huge and challenging task of dismantling "centuries old practices of government secrecy" should be viewed in a positive note in line with human rights fundamental notion.


By championing people right's right to know, both Wikileaks and Julian Assange have put journalism on a new landscape that truly allows free flow of information. With such drastic changes, people have rights to demand for a free flow of information, without interference, so as they can make an well informed decisions. Such fundamental right to access to information should be healthily cultivated so as avoid any manipulation of information, so to speak.

It is timely to extend best practices and more transparency into the journalism industry. This new landscape is timely required to replace the centuries old practices of concealing government secrets, which are occasionally misused by certain irresponsible parties to conceal their ugly agenda, which we have been seen from time to time.


As such, we at this blog urge the readers to click 'Like" to show your support and care for this healthy and best practices being made by all parties. In doing so, we trust that the increasingly awareness of accountability will put an end to the old practices, but we as a whole have the right to demand for a better world to live in.


Thanks for your kind support and participation to ensure a better world to live in. However, we need to constantly get our voices heard and making a just and fair demand until it is fully delivered. Having said that we also need to be reminded that we should not compromise for anything less.


This is an opportunity for those who wanted the truth prevails, to extend us their support to us so as to make it a reality. Together we make it happen.










James Oh






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Sunday, May 15, 2011

ANOTHER GREAT ACHIEVEMENT BY MALAYSIAN


Dear friends,

Further to our recent article on "Can Do" spirit, we write to bring you another great achievement attained by another Malaysian, which many of you may know of. He is none other than Mr. Ong See Lian, who will be the 130th president of the London-based professional body beginning July 4 for the 2011-2012 session. Big congratulations to Mr. Ong, who is standing tall on the world stage as the Royal institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) has, for the first time in its 143-year existence, elected a non-British president.


This healthy move is very welcome and encourage more nations to follow suit.


Mr. Ong, the 60-year-old man from Petaling Jaya, attributed his secret of success to his unwavering dedication to work. This is a well established and proven success formula, which the readers can also apply it to achieve their success.


To him, commitment and putting his best are two main successful ingredients which got him recognised and honoured to be elected. He is very proud to be a Malaysian. In this connection, we at this blog, are deeply proud of him and his achievement and trust he will be another great model for us to follow. This well illustrated the point that there are Malaysians who are working hard to bring back its former glory silently.


It was also reported that he hope this appointment will spur Malaysians forward due to the fact that our knowledge is world-class. As such, he urged Malaysians to have confidence and know how to articulate our ideas to others, he also attributed his election to being able to communicate with members in UK and China. This opportunity has opened doors to those who are pursuing in this direction of success.


During the recent exclusive interview with the Star at his Mutiara Damansara home, he sees one of his primary challenges as the new president of RICS is to engage more UK members to see the relevance of expanding into Asia, which has been registering the highest economical growth due to China factor.


Here, we write to take this opportunity to wish him all the best and we trust he has all the capabilities required to bring himself greater success.


In this connection, we trust the above news will inspire us to be better than what we can, in line with our 'Malaysian Boleh", can do, spirit.




James Oh


Skype me at james.oh18

something to consider

hi! I write to share with you the advice that I just received from my contacts of friend.

This gives us something to think about with all our new electronic technology.
 
GPS
 
A couple of weeks ago a friend told me that someone she knew  had their car broken into while they were at a football game. Their car was parked on the green which was adjacent to the football stadium and specially allotted to football fans. Things stolen from the car included a garage door remote control, some money and a GPS which had been prominently mounted on the dashboard.

When the victims got home, they found that their house had been ransacked and just about everything worth anything had been stolen. The thieves had used the GPS to guide them to the house. They  then used the garage remote control to open the garage door and gain entry to the house. The thieves knew the owners were at the football game, they knew what time the game was scheduled to finish and so they  knew how much time they had to clean out the house. It would appear that they had brought a truck to empty the house of its contents.

Something to consider if you have a GPS - don't put your home address in it. Put a nearby address (like a store or gas station) so you can still find your way home if you need to, but no one else would know where you live if your GPS were stolen.

 
MOBILE PHONES
I never thought of this.......
 
This lady has now changed her habit of how she lists her names on her mobile phone after her handbag was stolen. Her handbag, which contained her cell phone, credit card, wallet... Etc...was stolen.

20 minutes later when she called her hubby, from a pay phone telling him what had happened, hubby says 'I  received your text asking about our Pin number and I've replied a little while ago.' When they rushed down to the bank, the bank staff told them all  the money was already withdrawn. The thief had actually used the stolen cell phone to text 'hubby' in the contact list and got hold of the pin number. Within 20 minutes he had withdrawn all the money from their bank  account.
Moral of the lesson:
Do not disclose the relationship between you and the people in your contact list.

Avoid using names like Home, Honey, Hubby, Sweetheart, Dad, Mom, etc....  

And very importantly, when sensitive info is being asked  through texts, CONFIRM by calling back.

Also, when you're being texted by friends or family to meet them somewhere, be sure to call back to confirm that the message came from
them. If you don't reach them, be very careful about going places to meet 'family and friends' who text you.

*PLEASE SHARE THIS ON
 
* I never thought about the above!
As of now, I no longer have 'home' listed on my cell phone


Even if this does not pertain to you....Share it with your family & friends