Assalamualaikum wbt. Hai kwn2.. Apa khabar u all.? Hope u all berada in PiNk oF hEalTh la.. btw.. today will be a last day i will be at Home.. Insyallah starting from tomorow, i will be going somewhere else for my task..ahha.. wat task ea? haaha..not la.. juz for my practical la.. insyallah tomorrow, i will fly to US.. I m not sure what time i will depart from KLIA.. Tomorow morning, i will attend a medical check up.. Ya Allah , hope dimudahkan urusan ku Esok hari.. Insyallah.. Nevus la nak belayar..Siyesly.. 1st time.. but.. i will face it as tis is my career.. Insyallah..i will sign on Eagle Turin.. Kapal ni kapal tanker..bawak minyak mentah.. so, i will attempt 1 year training.. hope, tis oppurtunity bring me a succesful in my life.. em.. barang2 smua dah pack..alhamdulilah.. Thanks mum n dad coz dh bnyk berkorban utk sy.. i love both n all of u .. Btw.. esk , mybe akak sy x dpt teman sy g airport..xpe..mybe x de rezeki kali ni..Akak sy ada class time 2 dekat uitm lendu.. this sem is a last sem for her.. papepun.. gd luck to her my beloved sista..
ok, now , talk bout biskut batik..actually saja je buat..juz nk bg adik2 n fmily mkn air tangan sy before sy pergi.. After tis , i will miss u damn so much ..im sorry my bro..my sista.. my dad n mum.. i had to go.. i have a responsibility..let me go ..n i juz ask a prayer for me...tat all.. doakan sy yek.. ok now.. mari kita lihat , cara2 nk buat biskut batik.. check it OUT ????
Bahan- bahannya :
2) Coklat masakan
3) Susu lemak
4) Biskut Marie
Cara- caranya :
1) patahkan biskut
2) Panaskan kuali dan letak butter dengan coklat
3) Setelah butter n coklat cair , campurkan ia dgn susu lemak
4) stir up n relaks..haha
5) Tunggu 5 min kot atau lebih
6) dah siap..apa lagi ... tuang ke dlm bekas yg dipenuhi biskut
7) sejukkan ke dalam fridge..tahap beku tau suhu dia..haha...
p/s: doakan kemudahan sy disana.. Jumpa lagi..maafkan kesalahan sy :) thanks
*Le@rn By HeaRt *
Young is not at all .. but 2 times .. one in the world and one in the hereafter ... it was quite fun 2 be a teen .. but, my life Teenagers will stop here .. coz i need a life of "manhood" ..i need to be tough, strong, matured 2 begin my career as my quotation responsibily .. .. so, no prince anymore but a man of the masterpiece Which conquer life as 'WORSHIP' .
Wednesday, November 30, 2011
Friday, November 25, 2011
I believe the interview starts at the point when you are selected from your written application and invited to meet with the employer to talk further about your suitability for the vacancy. Every interaction thereafter is ‘on the record’, and applicants should expect to be under constant evaluation.
The moment you receive that call, e-mail, or letter confirming that you have been shortlisted for interview, your focus should change from what you said on paper to how you will live up to the claims of your CV and covering letter.
Accept that the interview has started, even though it may be several days or weeks away. In my opinion, the first thing you should do is reply to the organisation, confirming (if you can) that the appointment offered is acceptable, with your thanks. I suggest keeping this very short and right to the point – this is no place for new information, or waffle.
The most important thing throughout every stage of the recruitment process is to avoid being rejected – you have to make the ‘last three’ in the mind of the recruiter before you can be offered the job and subsequently appointed. If you haven’t done so already, clean up your social networking sites (or check their privacy settings). Employers do look on the Web for further information about their prospective employees. What they find may influence – positively or negatively – their opinion of you before you even enter the interview room.
On interview day, interviewers hope to see all the candidates they have shortlisted. If you change your mind about attending the interview – perhaps because you have secured an alternative job – have the courtesy to let the company know in good time so it can consider inviting other applicants. It doesn’t want its valuable time wasted, and your paths may cross again one day.
Confidence comes from preparation – everything else is beyond your control. Nothing boosts the former like the latter, and the door of opportunity won’t open unless you push it. You can only prepare before, not after – and you only get one chance to make a good first impression.
Read the interview invitation letter very carefully. There will likely be facts or clues as to how the interview will be conducted. You may find out how many people will be interviewing you, and who they will be. If the interviewers’ names are there, you can search the Internet for further intelligence and background information on them. If the duration of the interview is indicated, you can estimate how this time might be used. Unless the letter advises otherwise, this is a good guide:
What to wear and getting there
Good advice is ‘keep it simple’ and dress for the work you seek. This is no time to experiment with your wardrobe. Wear a dark suit and a white shirt, or blouse. A sharp tie or scarf will make you look very distinctive. Get a haircut if you need one, and shine your shoes. There are some good ‘dress for success’ tips on the Web.2
I’m no fashionista, and there’s a fair chance that your interviewers will not be, either. We had a chap show up in a pink shirt and a flowery pink tie. My colleague interviewer and I could not decide between ‘inappropriate’ or ‘hideous’ as our overall visual impression. Either way, it didn’t help and after conducting all of the interviews, he was the first we rejected – it seems we remembered him for all the wrong reasons!
If you are driving to the interview location, park in a designated car-parking space and report to reception. Sign in neatly, and smile at the receptionist, perhaps saying something pleasant but neutral. This is important – interviewers (including me) often ask the receptionist for their views on those who have attended. When our receptionist, Cherry, said that an earlier candidate had been rude to her, we ruled him out right away – if he could not be polite in our office, we imagined how he might deal with our clients.
Employers offer jobs to great candidates – those who can apply properly, and who can measure up to their written submissions, and live up to their CVs. I am an employer and, in these two articles, I have shared with you my honest views concerning what it takes to successfully negotiate these two steps of application and interview. Appointment to my company follows for those of you who can navigate these to my satisfaction. Good luck in your job search, and I hope you find the job you love.
Credit to : Mr Harry Teh ( KPM -FB GRPUP )