"Ya Allah, sesungguhnya aku memohon daripada Engkau ilmu yang bermanfaat, rezeki yang baik dan amalan yang diterima"

Friday, May 20, 2016

Complaining Detox #4

Semalam lupa nak komplen.

*sambung ajerlah...

Depa kat  grp D*J ni bilalah nak berhenti menceceh...
Aiyohhhhhhh... udah2 lah tu...

Mak nak intefrem pun xleh Bhahahaha

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Complaining Detox #3

Need to come out with 30 prospects for the meeting tonight.

Perseverance prevail!!!

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Complaining Detox #2

The AGM for company is done!

Some of the shareholders being their own-self trying hard to get extra of anything...

The Door gifts, the breakfast, even tapau-ing for their so-called doggies.

Still, Alhamdulillah...

Monday, May 16, 2016

Complaining Detox #1

I'm done with my PCE (12/5/2016) & TBE (15/5/2016-yesterday) tests.

I passed. Yeay!!!

Now, the real hard work begins...


But do it, I must...

Moga Dimudahkan.


Friday, May 13, 2016

Let's do this "Complaining Detox"


Try a Complaining Detox

  1. Seek a silver lining. "Reframe things in a way that gets a more positive feeling," says Andy Cope, coauthor of Be Brilliant Everyday. For example, rather than moaning about your partner moving your stuff around, think how neat the house looks. 
  2. Set a time limit. "Give yourself, say, 15 minutes, and complain as much as you want," says Robin Kowalski, Ph.D., author and professor of psychology at Clemson University. "Vent, scream, yell. And then you're done." 
  3. Use other outlets. Because bottling things up can't be good, right? "It's true that inhibiting disclosure takes a toll. If we're really dissatisfied and keep it inside, it can fester," acknowledges Kowalski. "Keep a journal. When you put problems down on paper, they can seem smaller." 
  4. Focus on solutions. Don't wallow when something goes wrong, psychologist Miriam Akhtar advises. "Think, How can we solve this? rather than, Oh, I feel really fed up."