Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Think +ve!

salam peeps! how r u doing?
m feeling great much greater than before :D

ok! well..thr r so many things to update but so little time :(

alhamdulillah that my Happy Life Project menerima byk feedback yg positif dr semua. TQ so much for the overwhelming respond ya. *hugs*

let me share some tips utk kita terus berdaya maju dlm apa jua perniagaan yg diceburi

yala..alang2 menyeluk pekasam biar sampai ke pangkal lengan!

dulu saya pernah juga terduduk, memikirkan tentang perniaagaan yg tidak mendapat sambutan, sokongan dan yg paling teruk mendapat tentangan daripada org2 yg saya percaya.

namun semua itu tidak mematahkan semangat saya.

saya sering berdoa kp Allah dan meminta diberikan saya satu lagi peluang untuk terus bergerak dalam perniagaan walaupun ianya hanyalah perniagaan kecil-kecilan.

Alhamdulillah, doa telah termakbul dan disini saya suka untuk berkongsi dgn semua tentang perniagaan baru ini dan pada masa yg sama, saya dapat membantu ramai diluar sana mendapatkan tahap kesihatan yg lebih baik dimana produk ini dapat mengawal tahap cholestrol dan gula dalam badan dan sekaligus mengnyahkan lemak2 yg tidak sihat daripada badan.

Kenapa saya memilih perniagaan 'pelangsingan' juga walaupun, perniagaan lama juga memberikan khidmat yg sama serta mendapat sindiran dari pelbagai sudut.

Jawapanya mudah saja...

sentiasa mengambil kata Irfan Khairi

Tidak kira apa saja industri anda, terdapat peluang untuk anda "popularkan" diri anda di dalam industri tersebut sekiranya mengenakan sedikit kreativiti kepada diri anda sendiri.

dan itulah yg saya lakukan sekarang!

utk jadikan perniagaan kita dikenali/ popular :-

we have to
ghairah dalam apa yang dilakukan
Hebat dalam apa yang anda lakukan (walaupun ianya hanya perniagaan networking yg diperlekehkan oleh sesetengah pihak)
Ciptakan Kelainan - lakukan sesuatu di luar jangkaan

dengan kata lain

populariti boleh menjadi strategi perniagaan yang baik jika digunakan dengan cara yg betul ;)

dan yg menguatkan lagi semangat saya dan the story that inspired me alot ....

Father, paralyzed son ready for final Ironman race

KAILUA-KONA, Hawaii -- When Rick Hoyt developed cerebral palsy at birth in 1962 after his umbilical cord became wrapped around his neck, cutting off oxygen to his brain, doctors suggested to his parents that he be institutionalized. But Dick Hoyt and his wife refused, insisting that their son have as normal a life as possible.

AP Photo/Jeff Chiu
Rick Hoyt (left) and his father, Dick, have competed in nearly 1,000 marathons and triathlons over 27 years.

Although some might question whether running nearly 1,000 marathons and triathlons over 27 years is normal, the Hoyts think it is. On Saturday, Dick and Rick will attempt their fifth Hawaii Ironman Triathlon World Championship.

The normal life saw Rick, who cannot talk or walk, graduating from a public high school and going on to Boston College, where he earned a degree in special education. After teaching for one year, Rick turned to his interest in computers, and helped Boston College develop the "Eagle Eyes" computer system that uses eye and head movements to help him communicate.

While attending a college basketball game, he heard an announcement about a benefit run for a cross-country runner who had become paralyzed in an accident.

Dick remembers his son coming home and saying, "Dad, we have to do something for him. I want to show him that life goes on even though he is paralyzed."

"It was Rick who was the motivation," for their racing career, Hoyt said. "He asked me to race."

That first race, in 1979, was a five-mile run with Dick pushing Rick in a two-wheel running chair.

"We started building up to marathons, and entered our first marathon in 1981," Hoyt said. Their list of racing accomplishments includes 64 marathons, a distance of 26.2 miles, including 24 consecutive Boston Marathons.

"We did our first triathlon in 1985 -- a one-mile swim, 40-mile bike ride and a 10-mile run," Hoyt said.

In 1988, they attempted their first Ironman race, featuring a 2.4-mile ocean swim, a 112-mile bicycle ride and a full marathon. They had to drop out when Dick became nauseated during the swim and failed to make the cutoff time. They returned the next year and finished the race. In 2003, they crashed at the 85-mile mark of the bicycle ride and spent five hours in a hospital emergency room. But they finished again in 2004.

They also completed a triathlon over the Ironman distance that was not sanctioned by Ironman. That race, in 1986 at Cape Cod, Mass., gave them their best finish time of 13½ hours.

"Rick loves sports," his father said. "He really looks forward to the Ironman and gets very excited. He is getting the same benefits I get. His adrenelin really gets going."

During the swim, Hoyt tows his son in a 5-foot-long rubber inflatable boat, with a tow line attached to a belt around his waist. Rick sits in a seat in front of the specially built bike, and in a three-wheel chair for the run.

"The chair has been updated to make it lighter," Hoyt said.

The long bicycle ride takes athletes from the pier in this seaside village over barren lava fields to the rolling ranch lands at the northern end of Hawaii Island.

"I don't mind the hills, but the winds can be brutal," said Hoyt, who pushes a total of 365 pounds during the bike ride.

"I don't know how much longer I can do this," said Hoyt, 66, adding that this will be their last Ironman-distance race. "But we're not giving up on triathlons."

He said he and his son, now 44, plan to compete in the new Ironman 70.3 series of races, which cover a distance half that of the regular Ironman course.

Now retired from the Massachusetts Air National Guard after 37 years, Hoyt spends much of his time traveling extensively as a motivational speaker. He also promotes the book he wrote during the first six months of his retirement. The book, "It's Only A Mountain," book chronicles how Rick's parents "went about raising him," and "is selling all over the world," the father said. "It was recently translated into Korean and is in the process of being translated into Japanese."

The Hoyts also are featured in two DVDs, including one called "Team Hoyt Ironman" with "My Redeemer Lives" as background music that Hoyt said is "very powerful."

Their impact is evident when they walk down the street here and are constantly stopped by fans who wish them well, thank them for their inspiration and ask to pose for pictures.

I'll share you the video in next entry.

kita semua ada peluang utk berjaya

kalau jatuh, bangun dan bergerak semula!!!

jgn hanya duduk bersandar sahaja....

peluang ada dimana-mana

call/ pm me utk to know abt "Happy Life Project!"

investment....20k, 10 trust me! it wont be that heafty....



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