Priorities

In your daily life …..

What is your ULTIMATE priority

?Who is your ULTIMATE  priority ?

It is OUR CHOICE on where we wish to focus our energy most. What ever our choices are, it is ultimately a free world.

Choose your path correctly and live a path with integrity and dignity.

Avoid dissapointing others who has relied on you, believed in you, trusted you and had hopes on you.

Best to walk a life with a clear conscience than to live a life-time behind a mask of hypocrisy ; as they will ultimately see who YOU truly are !!

Someday, somehow, someone will ask …. shall you be my PRIORITY if I am not yours ?

Tastefully arrogant …

Its “funny” that sometimes one is too shy to be proud of what they have or what they have accomplished.

Too humble  ?
Well, sometimes,  humility is not a strength.

Stylish and “classy-arrogance” may be needed to get noticed.

Believe in your YELLOW umbrella and “shout” to everyone that it is indeed the greatest colour and only those with exquisite taste can appreciate it.

2  points ….
–  believe in YOURSELF & what you have
–  a slight tinge of arrogance may be needed to promote YOU.

Finally, if you do not have a yellow umbrella, perhaps you should make one.

Listen with no prejudice

Many people feel that they are  listening well.

But their minds are already conjuring up answers even before they understand the real problem.

If you want to listen well, empty your thoughts first. Absorb and focus to what is being said. Have the sincerity to understand.

LISTEN WITHOUT ANY PREJUDICES.

Bear in mind you do not have an answer for everything.
And that’s entirely OK.

Listen …..

Listen to learn
Listen to understand
Listen to serve  
Listen to solve a problem
Listen before you speak.

You will be more successful in selling if you listen better. Poor listening skills leads to wrong proposition and you will be wasting everyone’s time.

Not every customer is your customer. If you listen well, then you will also know when to walk away or when to keep quiet.

Sorry

A mistake made.
A wrong turn taken.

If only you are willing to say sorry, willing to own up, stop being defensive and take sincere actions to correct your fault, life will be less complicated and meaningful relationship will be forged.

Nobody is perfect … and the ability to admit your shortcomings shows dignity and humility.

What’s your value ?

Inevitably customers will bargain and negotiate for a better price. It is human nature.

So, as a salesperson – what is your worth ?
What is your value ?
Where do you draw the line in giving better prices ?

In your quest to deliver great product and services,  your SELF-WORTH is important too. 

Should you have a feeling of desperation or being pushed into a corner by a customer, perhaps you have wrongly positioned your product or even perhaps chosen a wrong customer who does not appreciate your product/services.

They say that “Customer is King”.   

But remember …… a good KING is compassionate, understands his subjects and will not make his people suffer. 

Hence, are you then serving and being loyal to the right KING ?  Find a KING who appreciates you, values you and not taking you for granted.

New-ME

As we forge ahead into the new normal era, we will need to redefine our niche and strengths again.

We will need to adapt, change and re-change many times to achieve a balance on what our new routines should be like.

Our past strengths could be our new weaknesses today. Be prepared to leave some of our “old me” behind. 
Create a NEW-ME …..a one that is stronger and compassionate as well as living a life of mutual respect and empathy.

Open we Must

After 2 months of closure, for many,  the risk of falling sick is now overshadowed by the fear of  hunger or not being able to provide food for their loved ones.


Like it or not the economy has to open up again.We must be brave to move forward whilst enforcing stringent rules to punish thosewrong-doers.


Let us all be responsible on our personal hygiene, social distancing rules and adapting to new behaviors. Easier said than done, but Open we MUST

Way of life …

How does one tell one’s daughter to use less of her mobile phone when he himself has heightened the usage of his own handphone in this Covid19 lockdown ?


Over the past few years, we seem to have acknowledged the fact that children growing up today are spending too much time on their mobile phones. The “people to people” interaction seem to be missing significantly. 

Most social interaction and activities are done through their mobiles. Chatting, gaming, shopping, googling, posting about themselves (and others)  and even just merely “scrolling to see what others are doing” have become a daily favorite hobby weekdays or weekends alike. Some are even expressing that being online is a relaxing therapy and they can be stressed up if they have no access to Instagram, FB or WA.


Is this an unhealthy way of growing up ? Or are we just being old-fashion stuck in our own minds on how the future generation should behave ? Did we experience Gojek, Tokopedia and Grab when we were growing up years ago ? Did we ever imagine we could ever be “prisoners”  to the wrath of the Covid19  ?


Humbled by the current situation and reality, who are we to judge ? How can we ever predict and dictate what is best for our children in this one single aspect of life on their “need and addiction to mobile phones” ?

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