29 November, 2011

Mama exhorted her children at every opportunity to "jump at the Sun."

We might not land on the sun, but at least we would get off the ground.

-- Zora Neale Hurston (1903-1960) American Writer

Imagination is the first step to creative learning!

We move a baby step one at the time, we might not land on the sun!

But we, get off the ground and move to other objects up over us and explore the sky!

Dexterine Ho

28 November, 2011

Take time to set small goals

Take time to set small goals and slowly accomplish as much as you can.

Exercising after long hours of study may relieve some of the stress from the heavy day.

Dexterine Ho

27 November, 2011

Accepting tough jobs

When we accept tough jobs as a challenge to our ability and wade into them with joy and enthusiasm, miracles can happen.

-- Arland Gilbert

10 November, 2011

Can you be as organized?

Spending time with someone has you inspired.

Can you be as organized, energized and dedicated as they are?

Challenge yourself, then watch the results.

03 November, 2011

The Secret

The Secret is a best-selling 2006 self-help book written by Rhonda Byrne. I read it more than once and would like to share the followings:

Secret to Success?

*Focus on What You Want! As the law of attraction work that way!

*Not What You Don't Want! If you only focus on what you do not want, you will get it too, it is just "law of attraction" in the way you make it works in reverse!

In your learning journey, the most powerful techniques you can use to ensure your immediate and continued success is to stay focused.

Learn all aspects of the subject matter! If you have worry, doubt, or fear of failure, use it to move you into different direction and focus on acquiring more knowledge to clear your doubt and eliminate your fear.

If you worry of not making progress in your study yet laying in bed day and night with the same focus. What you worrying about will certainly be materialised in your near future.

You predict the future by your own focus. The law of attraction work that way!

Dexterine Ho