Wednesday, June 26, 2013


AsSalam readers! :)

What a hectic days, yesterday and today. But still can't challenge with the hecticness at weekend. Working in retailing field is like that. Everyday is a busy day. But it's fun, because we gotta meet with different people (customer) everyday. Different people, different behavior, different way of thinking and etc. Mingle around a lot of people is definitely very interesting, I like that.

Ahem. The actual purpose for this entry is to highlight a conversation that I had today. So, this is the details of the conversation:

S     : @#%$%& (mumbling something to me)
Me   : Ape?? (while looking at S)
S     : (He look at me and said..) Ehh, kenapa muka you ada itu jerawat. kasi bersih lah..
Me   : (With a cynical smile, how dare you to talk to me about my jeghawat?! then I said..) Diam lah S.. (walking away            from him, without looking at his face)

Just a short conversation, but succeed to pissed me off. Grrr.

Girls / women are beauty conscious by nature. Having an acne is actually something they dislike. Thus, if you talk about her acne, it seems as if you disrespect her. As if you said directly to her "You don't wash your face cleanly!" That was an insult bro.

So, moral of the story: Guys, don't you ever dare to talk about a girl's / woman's acne to her because she will definitely...

# I think that's all for now. See ya in the next entry. Cheers! :)

Friday, June 21, 2013


Salam Jumaat everybody :)

Today I wanted to show you the correct way on how to arrange your certificates. This is very important especially if you have to bring your certificates for an interview.

For your information,  historical order is the correct way to arrange certificates. Please don't get me wrong, I'm not saying arranging certificates following chronological order or any other way is wrong. You have all the right on determining the way of arranging your certificates. But, if you have to bring your certificates for an interview, historical order is definitely the correct way to arrange it. Your interviewer will also expect the same thing, historical order of certificates.

Arranging certificates are very simple task, as simple as A, B, C...

1: Of course you will need a file and all your certificates.

2: Arrange the certificates following historical order which is from the most recent certificates to the oldest one.

3: Put it in the file. Finish!
Please make sure the first certificate that you will see when you turn the front cover of the file is the most recent certificate.

If you have so many certificates, I advise you to have two files for certificates. One is for the recent certificates for you to bring during an interview. Whereas the other one is for the oldest certificates such as those from your primary school.

For an interview, just bring the most recent certificates of yours which is relevant to the post you are applying for. But I tell you what, sometimes the interviewer don't even take a look at your certificates because they are focusing on interviewing you. Thus, you also must prepare on how to answer the interview's questions properly.

I think that's all for now. See ya in the next entry. Cheers!

#  The above certificates belong to ma younger brother. 

Wednesday, June 19, 2013


A few months ago, I bought a watch especially for my Convocation Day. Truth to be told, that was the most expensive watch I've ever had to date. The function of that watch is to be captured during my convocation (on-stage). So that, the picture will turn out to be more formal la konon-kononnya.

The watch is a fully stainless steel (metal). Truth to be told, I'm allergic to that kind of material. But still, I bought that watch because I have a thought that such an expensive watch will not affect me. 

But I'm wrong, so wrong! That watch is gradually showing its color these days. My wrist is getting itchy and I think it's time for me to get another watch, of course not a fully stainless steel one!

Or another option, I'll just wear my previous watch. That will be better, yes, I do love my previous watch which cost double or triple cheaper than that fully stainless steel watch.

I think that's is all for now. cheers!

# In life, we should go for what suit us the best. I opt for the cheapest watch instead of the expensive one. Apa gunanya pakai jam tangan mahal tapi pergelangan tangan gatal-gatal kan??

Monday, June 17, 2013


Truth to be told, I have had a bit of phobia in cashiering. I've faced a complicated situation involving cashiering which lead me to develop a  thought that I'm too bad and not suit for cashiering.

But today, I succeed to break the cashiering phobia which been haunted me for nearly 10 years!

* Wow, congrats congrats to myself! *

Well, we don't know what we capable of until we try it. Today, I've tried cashiering for the second time and I found cashiering is very interesting. Can't deny that I'm a bit nervous while doing it (of course because of my past experience) but Alhamdulillah everything went well.

Thank to the person who gave me a chance for cashiering, and also thank to the person who assisted me in cashiering. * They don't know that I've had a cashiering phobia, and no need for them to know...hihii *

No more phobia, can't wait to try it again!

I think that's all for now, see ya in the next entry. cheers!

Sunday, June 16, 2013


The most pleasure moment you will get if you're working in a bookstore is when you successfully attended to the customers' inquiry.

When the customers inquire for a book, you'll automatically react "oh, that book! I know where is it. wait a moment, I'll get that book for you"

And then you get that book for them, and their reaction will be "oh yes, this book! thank you!!" with a smile on their face.

Oh, what a relief knowing you are able to assist them in finding their desire book.

That is the most pleasure moment working in a bookstore :)

That's is all for now, see ya in the next entry. cheers!

Friday, June 14, 2013


Salam Jumaat everyone :)

Just a quick update for today.

What is tertiatry sector

It refer to the service sector or the service industry. Those working in this sector providing services rather than goods. It enable consumers to obtain and used the finished goods. Thus, they does not produce raw materials or manufacture products. For example banking, education, retailing, they are all in tertiatry sector. 

But some of the retailing might also be involve in secondary sector which is produce or manufacture finished goods. For example a wholly Malaysian-owned company, MPH Group Malaysia Sdn Bhd which is owned by Tan Sri Syed Mokhtar Al-Bukhary. This company is also involved in the printing and publishing its own books. For example Reaching For The Star, Biography of Tan Sri Syed Mokhtar Al-Bukhary and Amber Chia's Guide to a Successful Modelling Career, those were published by the company itself.

I think that's all for now.

See ya in the next entry. Cheers!

# As for primary sector, it refer to the industry engaged in production or extraction of natural resources. For example farming, fishing, and mining.

Tuesday, June 4, 2013


The situation:

You standing in a crowded shop,

People walking past you,

You walking past them,

You looking around,

You see many people - different gender, race, age and etc.

but they did not grab your attention at all.

They look common to you. Very common.

Until a woman come in,

You can't take your eyes off her.


Simply because she has a dimples on her cheek.

A deep dimples which make a perfect smile.

That is what we call as selective attention.

You pay attention to something you find attractive.

In this case, you are attracted to the dimples.

If it is not because of the dimples, she might not grab your attention at all.

Do you realize that you also practice selective attention in your life?

For your information,
selective attention is actually the first step of making perception.

Thus, you surely passed this step before you make any perception.

No exception! LOL~

Till then, see ya in the next entry!

# Today is better than yesterday and tomorrow will be better than today. Today, I've done my very best. Can't wait for tomorrow! ihhiks :)

Monday, June 3, 2013


I've been waiting for today so badly since a week ago.

Really? is this how it supposed to turn out??


No worry,

I still have time.

I still have tomorrow.

I still have many things to catch on.

I just have to take it slowly and steadily.

I realize,

It's not a matter of fast or slow, as long as I keep going...
that's good enough.

Today, I've done my very best.

*Inhale* *Exhale*

I'll make sure tomorrow will be better than today. In Shaa Allah.


# Gosh,  what the heck am I doing here being so emotional? mhmm  -_-