Sunday, November 3, 2013

Blog Is Supposed To Be an Asset, Not Liability

Rest assured that it is not 10, or 100 blogs. There are many of them. Just grab a keyboard and do a simple search on GOOGLE by clicking this >> LINK << and you can find many, many consultants using blog as an extension platform for their consultancy services. 

Yes, this is the era of information technology where blog is a must have for many, unit trust consultant included. It is akin to have a mobile phone of sort. Or like possessing a business card. A dynamic business card, as a matter of fact. It is suppose to be an asset, not liability.

Rest assured that it is not just 10, or 100 blogs. There are many of them. Just grab a keyboard and do a simple search on GOOGLE by clicking this >> LINK << and you can find many, many consultants using blog as an extension platform for their consultancy services.

Lucky for those who sees that blog as it is, I mean as an asset. Or  as an extension of business card, as a place for greater audience. 

And not as liability that will only lead the blog owner toward harmful result by those-who-cannot-be-mentioned at the end of the day. And definitely not as a plus point for the whining sore losers so to pull down other consultant's creativity in expanding their respective business in order to make a decent living.

Each to their own by the way. 

Thinking back, it is the sore losers themselves that deserved to be blamed, not the creative consultants. Those losers are incompetent to the core and unable to bring about the advantage of the technology to provide a better service to their own existing clientele, and to tap potential market segment for their own good. As the result, they blame someone's else as a scape goat to justify their failure.

A fair play is very much appreciated, whining and complaining aside. Care to read this

"Google has publicly expressed its frustration for the current patent landscape in the United States, accusing Apple, Oracle and Microsoft of trying to take down Android through patent litigation, rather than innovating and competing with better products and services."

Yes, the point is to be creative and innovative. Unit trust business is not easy, the requirement of hard work and creativity is absolute. If someone really wants to compete and excel in this line, please do so without involving foul play of any kind. Stand up, marching ahead,  on and on straight to the top without causing any harm and definitely NOT causing others' downfall by the mean of whining in the process..

Thursday, September 5, 2013

Duran Duran's John Taylor talks about his family

The bass guitarist and co-founder of 1980s pop rock band talks about his mum and dad, and the demands of a blended family.

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TH Heavy Engineering proposes RM170m Sukuk

KUALA LUMPUR: TH Heavy Engineering Bhd has proposed to issue non-rated Sukuk of up to RM170mil in nominal value at a profit rate of 7% per annum.

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Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Visitors from Singapore top spenders in Malaysia: Visa survey

KUALA LUMPUR: Visitors from Singapore were the top spenders in Malaysia in 2012, forking out US$291.4mil (RM951.42mil) followed by Australia and United Kingdom (UK), according to a Visa survey.

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Fitch welcomes fuel subsidy cut, warns more is needed

Fitch Ratings welcomed the Malaysian Government’s move cut back on fuel subsidy and rein in import-intensive projects but warned that more needed to be done to address the country’s deteriorating public finances.

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Sunday, September 1, 2013

BIMB gets Bank Negara nod for Bank Islam acquisition

KUALA LUMPUR: BIMB Holdings Bhd has received Bank Negara Malaysia's (BNM) approval for the proposed acquisition of the remaining stake in Bank Islam but BNM could not consider its proposed Sukuk.

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Family jam sessions can be educational too!

Pamela Christian writes about how her son learns and has fun while playing music.

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Thursday, June 27, 2013

Some changes in CIMB top brass

PETALING JAYA: Several key management personnel from the CIMB group's consumer banking segment have left the group, with the latest being Peter England, who is the bank's head of retail financial services, sources said.

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Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Goldman Sachs downgrades several Asean outlooks, including M'sia

PETALING JAYA: Several Asean economies' outlooks, including Malaysia's, have been downgraded by Goldman Sachs Group Inc, with economists citing the impact from a slowing Chinese economy as a reason for the gloomier forecast.

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Tuesday, June 25, 2013

AirAsia terminates Japan joint venture

PETALING JAYA: AirAsia Bhd has terminated its AirAsia Japan joint venture with ANA Holdings Inc, calling off the partnership with the Japanese airline due to differences in management.

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Wednesday, June 19, 2013

AirAsia wants no further delays in opening of new low-cost terminal KLIA2

KUALA LUMPUR: Budget airline AirAsia Bhd wants no further delays in the opening of the new low-cost carrier terminal KLIA2.

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Monday, June 17, 2013

Astro launches 11 new channels, new packages

Astro Malaysia has launched 11 new channels - including Bahasa Malaysia, Chinese and Tamil - and also five new packages for this year as it gives the viewers more choices.

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Blue form route to AirAsia X IPO

PETALING JAYA: Malaysian AirAsia BIG loyalty cardholders who have travelled on AirAsia X Bhd (AAX) over the past two years can subscribe for the long-haul, low-cost carrier's initial public offering (IPO) shares using the blue form.

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Tuesday, June 11, 2013

TNB said to plan bid for Ireland's Bord Gais unit

dublin: Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) is considering a bid for the retail and power generation unit of Irish state-owned gas company Bord Gais.

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Monday, June 10, 2013

Are you a leader or manager? What is the diference

LEADERS and managers obviously have one thing in common – they lead or manage teams; but as their titles suggest there are differences between leaders and managers. As an executive search consultant I have interviewed many senior executives over ...

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