Enam Deposit Utama Dalam Akaun Bank Emosi

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1. Memahami Individu

2. Beri Perhatian pada Perkara yang Kecil

3. Menepati Komitmen

4. Menjelaskan Jangkaan

5. Menampilkan Sifat Integriti Peribadi

6. Mohonlah Maaf dengan Ikhlas Apabila Kita Ada Membuat Pengeluaran

Tony Fernandes’s top 10 tips for entrepreneurs

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fernandes_2390658b1) You don’t need to know everything

I came from the music business. I knew nothing about planes. To all the entrepreneurs out there, you don’t need to know everything about what you want to do. It’s all about the idea, it’s about passion, it’s about implementing it.

2) Just do it!

Don’t let anyone tell you that you can’t do it. You’ve got one life, so you can’t press the rewind button and say ‘I wished I had done that.’

So I recommend to all of you out there, just do it. Live your life to the utmost, be positive. If you fail, at least you have tried.

I have failed miserably at Formula One, but I have no regrets because I got to stand with the greats from Ferrari, McLaren, and others.

3) Passion is a key problem-solver

Dreams do come true. Don’t worry about failure. You have one life, make the most out of it. Nine times out of 10, if you have the passion, you will find a way to work through it.

4) Invest in marketing

If you have the greatest idea in the world, please, please, please put some money on marketing. This is because if you don’t put money on marketing, nobody is going to hear about your great idea.

There are so many great ideas that never took off because of a lack of marketing.

Marketing is not about the dollars, it is also about public relations (PR). In AirAsia, we had no money. So I ran around with a red cap on and said controversial things so that the press would always take a picture of me. That was our marketing in AirAsia’s early days.

We have been through so many issues, and marketing played a key role in overcoming them.

Remember SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome)? At that time, nobody wanted to fly; we all thought we are going to die.

Everyone cut their advertising, but I told my guys not to cut because this was the best time to build our brand. In fact, we tripled our advertising and everyone looked at me and said, “Are you on drugs?” I said, no, it is the best time because no one else is advertising.

When the first Bali bomb attack happened, everyone cancelled their flights. I said to the guys, we cannot let the Bali route die. We must continue to fly.

So we came up with ‘Love Bali’ campaign, giving away 10,000 free seats, and it worked. All 10,000 seats were snapped up in like under one minute. And all those who got those seats told all their friends about it on social media. Your best advertisement is your customers.

5) Leverage social media

When Malaysians get a good deal, they will tell the whole world about it. So the 10,000 people who went and had a good time in Bali, told 10,000 people that they had a good time. That was the early gestation of AirAsia’s social media.

We realised the power of social media very early on, so when Facebook and Twitter came up, we latched onto them. We were early adopters. We now have 32 million people on our various social media platforms, and 7 per cent of our business comes directly from social media.

The Bali campaign taught us that our best advertisements are our customers.

6) Don’t be scared of complaints

Complaints are actually free market research. Someone took the effort to write to you to tell you where things went wrong and how they should be improved. These are things that companies pay a lot of money for consultants to tell them that same thing.

So we treat every email preciously.

7) Focus on one image when it comes to branding

During the early days, there was the word ‘AirAsia’ and a logo of a bird in our branding.

If you look at the top brands in the world, there’s only one image that comes to your mind. When I say “Shell,” you think of the Shell logo. When I say “Coca-Cola,” you think of the word ‘Coke’ in italics, and when I say “Nike,” you think of the swoosh.

So, back to our earlier AirAsia brand, we said drop the bird – we felt it was facing the wrong way anyway – and we used ‘AirAsia’ as our logo. Just one image. Why spend double the money to promote two images?

We also dropped the blue and the green colours. I tried very hard not to go with red, because everyone thinks that I want to be Richard Branson [the Virgin Group founder and Fernandes’ former boss] … but it was the best colour, so we picked red.

So yes, the colour does make a big difference!

8) Go on the ground

What I used to do – although I don’t do this anymore – was that once a month, I would carry bags, I would be a cabin crew [member], and also at the check-in counter.

I did this for two reasons. The first is that you can’t be an effective CEO (chief executive officer) unless you go on the ground to experience the real situation.

Here’s a true story. The baggage handling team told me that they needed belt loaders. I told them, “No, we can’t buy that as it’s too expensive.”

So one day when I was tasked to carry bags, they put me on one of the Indonesia flights. People who fly with us generally bring their house with them, but people who fly to Indonesia bring their neighbour’s house as well!

So there was a lot of bags. I broke my back in the process, and I told my team that they were right and I was wrong, and let’s buy the belt loaders.

If I didn’t do that [go on the ground] and just sat comfortably in the office, I would have made a wrong decision, damaged a lot of bags, and probably started a union.

The second reason [for going on the ground] is that I wanted to look for talent. I wasn’t looking for the talents from Oxford or Cambridge, I was looking for the Grade 3 SPM [O Levels equivalent] kind of guys who needed a second chance.

9) Never underestimate the potential of your staff

I broke all the rules in terms of hiring people. To me, as long as you have a dream, you can do anything.

There was an ex-cabin crew member – she came up to me one day and told me that her dream was to become a pilot. I told her to go for it.

Then she called me up one day and asked if she could take part in the Miss Thailand [beauty pageant], and I told her okay, as long as I get to use her photographs in our marketing materials.

She won the [Miss Universe Thailand] pageant and recently became a captain – so we are the only airline in the world with a Miss Thailand flying with us.

The moral of the story is that we have such a flat structure that she was able to tell me what her dreams were, and we were able to make a raw diamond into a diamond.

Another one of my boys, a baggage handler in Kuching, told me he wanted to become a pilot. I told him to go for it. He passed all the exams … he had the top marks in the flying academy. Today, he is a captain.

We have many of such stories at AirAsia.

Your biggest assets, besides your ideas, are your people – because at the end of the day, it is the people who will deliver your ideas.

 

10) Data is king

We have a huge amount of data that we don’t know what to do with it, but everyone else wants our data … so we figured it must be something very valuable and there must be an opportunity there.

We are investing in a few ventures. We plan to launch our own version of TripAdvisor, a travel dongle, a new YouTube-type of channel and more – data will be playing an essential role in these ventures. Data will be king. —

 

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MoPro Initial Project Setup

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Required Tools

  • Microsoft Visual Studio 2013 Update 4 (Version 12.0)
  • Microsoft .Net (Version 4.5)
  • Microsoft SQL Server 2014

Adding and Updating the object/properties database

Using the Package Manager Console

1. Add a new object or property in Entity Folder

2. Add a mapping for the new object in Map folder

3. Add DBSet Properties in DbContext, and add in the modelbuilder

4. Go to Tools > Nuget Package Manager > Package Manager Console

PM> enable-migrations

….

PM> add-migration initial

By running this script, VS will generate the migration files in the Migrations Folder

5. Run

PM> update-database

 

Reference

 

 

 

NAK MULA BERNIAGA

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Makin ramai yang nak mula berniaga. Ramai yang bertanya. Dah tak nak makan gaji katanya.

3e3556eApa yang saya kongsi hanya daripada pengalaman saya, dan juga ilmu yang Allah turunkan melalui individu lain dan buku-buku bacaan.

Tak banyak pon pengalaman, baru setahun jagung, orang lain lagi hebat. Tak kaya pon. Cuma seronok je. Tp bila org dah tanya, kita sharing je lah.

Berniaga ni macam2 boleh buat, isteri sy Siti Sarah Zakaria agent Shaklee pon mahsyuk. Sgt mahsyuk. Alhamdulillah.

Namun, cara, pilihan dan keputusan tetap bergantung pada diri masing2. Situasi saya mungkin berbeza daripada tuan2. Tuan2 semua lagi hebat daripada saya. Semoga tuan sukses selalu.

 

Ciri-ciri Usahawan -Dato’ Dr Maznah Hamid

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Ciri 1: Menjadi usahawan adalah atas keyakinan dan usaha diri sendiri

Diri kita sendiri yang benar-benar ingin menjadi seorang usahawan, ingin menjadi seorang usahawan, ingin memulakan perniagaan yang kita sendiri mahir, arif, minat, sanggup dan rela menjalankan sendiri, tanpa terpaksa berharap dan bergantung kepada orang lain.

Ciri 2: Tumpuan penuh pada satu perniagaan dahulu

Tinggalkan segalanya! Tumpukan sepenuh perhatian terhadap ‘satu’ perniagaan sahaja (pada peringkat permulaan) dan binalah perniagaan tersebut sehingga kukuh, kemudian kembangkan perniagaan tersebut ke seluruh negara dan akhirnya ke peringkat antarabangsa. Kita hanya boleh memulakan bisnes kedua apabila perniagaan pertama boleh berjalan tanpa kita.

Ciri Ke-3: Perniagaan adalah survival untuk hidup

Jadikanlah perniagaan yang diceburi sebagai survival atau hidup-mati kita, yakni mata pencarian kita hanyalah bergantung kepada yg satu ini sahaja! Nothing else! Ikutlah resmi pendatang tanpa izin dan juga sejarah jutawan asing yang dahulunya datang dengan tongkang sehelai sepinggang. Kini mereka telah berjaya menjadi jutawan, kaya-raya, ternama dan berkuasa pula!

Ciri Ke-4: Menjauhi zon selesa

Sanggup melupakan segala kesenangan hidup, zon keselesaan selama beberapa tahun dan sebaliknya sanggup bekerja kuat, work long hard hours tiada cuti, sama ada cuti mingguan, cuti am atau cuti raya!

usahawan-berjayaCiri Ke-5: Berjiwa kental dan penuh semangat

Mempunyai semangat yang kental, daya ketahanan, keberanian, kesanggupan menghadapi risiko, ciri-ciri ketabahan dan kesabaran. Kejayaan adalah keupayaan kita untuk bangun semula setiap kali kita jatuh atau gagal! Bangunlah! Dengan penuh semangat!

Ciri Ke-6: Punyai kepintaran yang praktikal

Mempunyai kepintaran (practical intelligence) yang praktikal yang saya rumuskan sebagai mempunyai MCS(Masters of Common Sense), BSS(Bachelor of Street Smart) dan PS(People Smart). Salam kejayaan buat sahabat.

Ciri Ke-7: Punyai daya kepimpinan

Mempunyai daya kepimpinan yg tinggi dengan ciri-ciri kepimpinan yg boleh diteladani, diikuti dan berupaya mempengaruhi sikap dan tingkahlaku pekerja utk bertindak dgn cemerlang demi mencapai matlamat yg diingini.

Ciri Ke-8: Bijak mengawal emosi

Mempunyai emosi yang stabil, boleh tahan kritikan atau makian dgn senyuman dan muka selamba serta boleh pula melupakan dlm masa 5 saat.

Ciri Ke-9: Berdaya saing

Mempunyai daya saing dan daya juang. Fight for your right dan juga mempunyai cara serta daya untuk menghadapi lawan atau ‘musuh niaga’ kita. Ada kalanya kita kena belajar gunakan taktik ‘perang saraf’! Aha…bagaimana tu agaknya?

Ciri Ke-10: Tidak bergantung pada orang lain

Anggaplah tiada siapa yang ada untuk membantu diri kita. Lupakan dulu niat untuk mendapatkan bantuan kewangan daripada mana-mana institusi kewangan pada peringkat permulaan perniagaan. Kita kena survive dengan apa yang kita ada dan terus mencari jalan bagaimana untuk mendapatkan sumber kewangan. Pada peringkat awal, mungkin kita terpaksa menggunakan OPM untuk memulakan perniagaan.

Ciri Ke-11: Sikap yang wajar

Mempunyai sikap mental yang wajar terhadap segala-galanya termasuk orang, tempat, situasi dan persepsi. Kita mesti ingat, sikap adalah punca penentu kepada kejayaan dan kegagalan seseorang.

Ciri Ke-12: Tidak takut pada kegagalan

Tidak gentar menghadapi saat-saat kegagalan. Sentiasa menganggap kegagalan itu sebagai kekalahan sementara. “Jika hari ini aku gagal, esok pagi aku akan mulakan yg lain pula!” Kajilah kelemahan dan kesilapan diri kita, kemudian bangun semula, mengatur strategi baru!

He forgot his admin’s password for Windows 7 and he don’t have the reset disk

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After several hours googling and testing, at last, I had manage to solve it by following the instruction from this link.

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To summarize it

  1. Download this usb140201.zip for USB boot
  2. Extract and copy all content (without root) to your USB drive
  3. Run comand prompit (with administrator) and enter command syslinux.exe -ma X:" where X is your USB drive letter
  4.  Then you can use the USB to boot your Windows 7 Machine
  5. Follow the instruction from this link.

 

Catatan untuk sewaan tapak booth di KB Mall

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Catatan untuk pembukaan booth di KB Mall. (info pada Dis 2014)

  • Tempoh penyewaan minima adalah 3 hari
  • Harga mengikut tingkat
    • Ground Floor, RM 470
    • Tingkat 3, RM 300
  • Deposit Keselamatan RM 1000
  • Harga istimewa untuk penyewa yang melebihi 10 hari, RM 180
  • Lokasi lot adalah di hadapan pintu masuk Pacific
  • Untuk memohon perlu menghantar borang ke pihak pengurusan. Borang boleh diambil di kaunter pertanyaan.

Kemudahan Pinjaman Di Malaysia

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Senarai pihak yang menawarkan khidmat pinjaman kewangan

Money Money Money

Pinjaman Perniagaan

Francais

 

Agensi dan Jabatan Kerajaan Yang Turut Menawarkan Skim IKS:

  • Bank Pertanian Malaysia
  • Kementerian Sains, Teknologi dan Inovasi
  • Kementerian Belia dan Sukan
  • Multimedia Development Corporation Sdn Bhd
  • MIMOS Berhad
  • Perbadanan Pembangunan Industri Kecil dan Sederhana (SMIDEC)
  • Amanah Ikhtiar Malaysia
  • Perbadanan Usahawan Nasional Berhad
  • Credit Guarantee Corporation (CGC)

Grant

  • http://www.mdec.my/
  • http://www.mscmalaysia.my/msc_malaysia_rnd_grant_scheme

Personal Interest Rate comparison

  • http://www.moneystreet.com.my/Banking/PersonalLoans?categoryId=2&bank=0&field1=1_ASC&balance=100
  • http://www.imoney.my/personal-loan
  • https://krste.my/

Lain-Lain

  • https://www.kickstarter.com