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My Horoscope March 24, 2011

Filed under: Info,Life — paulinnation @ 12:30 pm

It is very difficult to define the characteristics profile of a Capricorn girl exactly. She can be the sexy babe on the beach or a scientist sitting in the laboratory, doing experiments that can save mankind. Whatever she is on the outside, when you look inside you will find a girl who looks for security, authority, respect and position. It is an entirely different matter how she seeks to achieve these goals. It may be as the president of a country or as the wife of an ambitious man. She seeks recognition and it doesn’t matter how she gets it.

A Capricorn female is like that goat, which has to reach the top of the mountain. It doesn’t matter what position she starts and how slowly she walks, she will be at the top much before those, who were running in front of her. She will do it with such subtlety that you wouldn’t even know when she crossed all the milestones. She has her aims and ambitions, but they don’t come before her family. She can enjoy the role of a wife or a mother as much as that of the CEO of the biggest MNC. However, you will have to provide her with equivalent respect and security.

Almost all the Capricorn women have immaculate etiquettes. They have an inherent sense of social elegance, modesty and conventional look. Though she looks completely calm, composed and balanced, don’t think she doesn’t have mood swings. She can become really depressed if she thinks that someone has misjudged or ill-treated her. In such a case, she may brood for months at a time. This stems from the fact that she does not feel as secure as she seems to be and fears being ridiculed or laughed at.

It is advisable not to tease a Capricorn girl; she may take it too literally. Though she may pretend otherwise, she seeks as much compliments as the other girls, probably even more. Show her that you appreciate her and make her feel secure. It will help her in opening up and showing her deliberately controlled passion. A Capricorn girl’s personality doesn’t include the trait of wishful thinking. She sees only those dreams that can be converted into reality. She enters a boat only when she knows that the waters are safe.

She will emphasize heavily on social etiquettes and you never see her serving the guests in anything but crystal cutlery. There will always be something fresh about her beauty and she will never ever be unattractive, even when she is wearing those hair-curlers. A Capricorn female will appear to be extremely confident, but inside she is quite unsure about her appearance. You will have to reassurance her time and again that she is attractive. She will always be honest and will expect the same from you.

At the same time, you will have to respect her family. Remember when you marry a Capricorn woman; you marry her family and relatives too. If ever you criticize her family members, better ensure that the criticism is constructive or she will never forgive you. Her love for you will never prevent her from taking care of her family. The plus point of this attitude is that she will be equally considerate towards your family too and give them the same respect as her own fellows. She will never mind if you cancel your holiday trip to pay for dad’s operation.

The home of a Capricorn female will always be sparkling clean, that to with effortless ease. She is a realist and daydreaming is not her idea of passing the time. She has the ability to make even the dullest of surroundings looks warm and attractive, with her earthly passion. She will never stop you from dreaming, as long as there is bread in the house and the dreams have atleast some chances of turning into reality. As a mother, she will teach the kids discipline, economy, practicality, etiquettes and respect for elders. Make her feel loved, protected, needed and cared for and in return, she will support you in realizing your dreams and give you a deep, lasting love!

By : ILoveIndia.com

 

Love Indonesia March 22, 2011

Filed under: Info,Office — paulinnation @ 6:51 pm

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Selamat Untuk Para Geeks! Geek is the New Sexy January 24, 2011

Filed under: Info — paulinnation @ 1:21 pm

Di event komunitas #startuplokal belum lama ini, Marketeers menjumpai wajah-wajah yang tak asing lagi di dunia Netizen. Ada tim pendiri Koprol, Fajar Budiprasetyo, Daniel Armanto, Satya Witoelar. Ada Andrew Darwis dari Kaskus, Danny Oei dari Semut Api, Gunawan dari MediaXAsia, Antonny Liem dari Merah Putih Inc, Edi Taslim dari Kompas, dan banyak lagi lainnya.

Acara yang digagas dan dirintis oleh beberapa Netizen muda, seperti @nataliardianto, @Nuniek, @Sagad, dan @salsabeela, ini mengambil tajuk “Acquisition: Take it or leave it.” Maklum komunitas #startuplokal ini menjadi wadah bagi para perusahaan web startup yang semakin menjamur di Indonesia. Dan akuisisi menjadi topik yang menarik bagi mereka. Apalagi kalau yang bicara salah satunya adalah Satya Witoelar, yang membahas kasus Koprol.

Sebagaimana yang dikatakan Satya, “Di sini kami tidak akan bicara tentang produk, tapi tentang pengalaman Koprol dalam konteks akuisisi, what we did right, what we did wrong. Sebelum basi, sudah waktunya diceritakan.”

Akuisisi Koprol oleh Yahoo! memang sudah delapan bulan yang lalu. Dan sejak itu telah banyak media yang menceritakan success story Koprol. Dan bukan itu saja, media luar negeri sudah mulai melirik ke Indonesia, bukan hanya karena melihat potensi konsumen social media di tanah air saja, namun juga ternyata Indonesia bisa jadi prosumer yang kompeten.

Banyak yang tak terungkap dari soal deal Yahoo! dengan Koprol. Salah satunya adalah nilai transaksi dan strukturnya. Namun telah banyak beredar rumor tentang nilainya sendiri yang dikatakan sebesar $2.5 juta.

Sebuah angka yang sebetulnya menggambarkan kesuksesan dari sebuah produk New Wave yang diciptakan oleh urban geek asal Indonesia. Ketika Yahoo! beli Koprol, jumlah user-nya masih 75,000 orang. Dan belum ada revenue stream yang jelas, dan business model pun belum solid. Dan kondisi itu ternyata masih hingga sekarang.

Koprol yang sudah 1.5 juta user hingga saat ini, menurut Marketeers sangatlah layak untuk mendapatkan New Wave Product of the Year 2010. Dan belum terlambat rasanya untuk memberikan apresiasi setinggi-tingginya kepada mereka untuk hal itu.

Melihat pula dengan kesuksesan para Netizen di Indonesia yang geek dan memiliki web startup, adalah bukan berlebihan apabila kita bilang bahwa sebetulnya geek pun bisa lebih powerful ketimbang pemasar. Contohnya sudah banyak toh? Mulai dari Bill Gates sampai Mark Zuckerberg. [Waizly Darwin dalam Editor’s Note Majalah Marketeers edisi Februari 2011]

Source : The-Marketeers

 

What Do You Think? January 20, 2011

Filed under: Info,Point of View,Spotted — paulinnation @ 2:56 pm

If you think that wearing a hijab is not-so that-cool-and-fashionable, better for you to check this slideshow…

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You will say “WOW..” after click Hijabscarf and Fromfifi .

Enjooy  🙂

 

Words.Words.Words. December 13, 2010

Filed under: Info,Life — paulinnation @ 12:01 pm

I’m not referring to the caustic ones spoken (or received) tainted with sarcasm, irritation, anger or frustration, carrying an emotional punch. I’m talking about simple, everyday, normal word choices. These words, like black ice, are not an obvious danger at first glance. But, they can impact your results. So, user-beware.

Words create impressions, images and expectations. They build psychological connections. They influence how we think. Since thoughts determine actions, there’s a powerful connection between the words we use and the results we get.

Think about these two words: spend and invest. Would you like your bank to spend your money or invest it? Since spending implies the money is gone, you probably want a bank that invests. Now apply these same words to corporate budgets and see how that influences thinking. Early in my career, I saw budgets as allocated company money I had permission to spend. And I did spend it. I never thought of budgets as investing in the company’s future until I was given profit and loss accountability for a new department and discovered my flawed thinking. I learned that in order to grow the department, I needed to budget with an investment mentality. Shifting words shifted my thinking and my results.

Try these words: problem and challenge. Would you rather a boss see your mistake as a problem or as a challenge? It’s more than semantics. Problems are fixed; challenges are met. Different words evoke different feelings. I have a more positive frame of mind meeting a challenge than fixing a problem. But a word of caution. I’m not suggesting you play the buzz-word game like a colleague of mine who walked into my office saying, “Do I have an opportunity for you.” We both knew differently.

Here are two favorites: bodies and people. As a young manager, I was jolted every time I heard another manager talking about how many “bodies” they needed, or putting “butts in seats.” Later, I learned many of those managers struggled with departmental morale problems. I could understand why if they saw people as interchangeable pieces to a puzzle rather than individuals playing an important role in their departments.

I realized the words I use to think and talk about my workload, my goals, my projects and the people I worked with influenced my thoughts and actions about them. So, I changed my words. If I say I work “for” someone I have a different vision about my work-life than if I work “with” them; same with my staff working with, not for me.

Poorly chosen words can kill enthusiasm, impact self-esteem, lower expectations and hold people back. Well chosen ones can motivate, offer hope, create vision, impact thinking and alter results. I learned in twenty years in management my words have power over my thoughts and actions. They also impact and influence people I speak them to.

If you want to be winning at working, learn to harness your word power to work for, not against you; select words that create a visual of the desired outcome; and choose each word as if it mattered. You might be surprised how much it does. Want better results? Check your words.


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