Akan berlaku gerhana bulan pada tarikh hari ikhtiar energi rezeki pada 6 Jun 2020 ini. Ada signifikan tentang gerhana bulan mengikut kaedah Metafizik Energi terutamanya pada hari ikhtiar energi rezeki. Umat Islam disarankan solat sunat gerhana.
Join program Ikhtiar Energi pada 6 Jun 2020 ini untuk mengetahui signifikan gerhana bulan lebih2 lagi untuk aura rezeki untuk 20 tahun rezeki masuk berterusan.
Tips: untuk tarikh daftar syarikat dan tarikh nikah, sebaiknya diperiksa gabungan sebegini.
Tahun ini 2020 Malaysia di dalam kitaran 7 (31+8+2020=7) tahun ujian, kerugian, kehilangan. Ianya tahun menguji mental, spiritual dan minda kita. Kebetulan dengan PKP dan pandemik wabak, rakyat Malaysia dilanda ujian. Ini adalah satu medan ujian mental terbesar yang pernah dijalankan menyeluruh kepada rakyat Malaysia. Apapun, kitaran 7 semakin hampir kepada penamatnya dan ianya menjadikan kita lebih kuat mental hadapi tahun hadapan kitaran tahun 8 yang stress dengan lebih tabah,
8 Ways to Motivate Yourself
William R. Klemm Ph.D.
In my book for parents and teachers, The Learning Skills Cycle, I made it a point to begin the cycle with motivation. If motivated to learn, a student not only acquires the knowledge but, in the process, can become more learning competent as learning skills develop. As a student realizes that such skills have been acquired, confidence about the ability to learn grows and this in turn stimulates more motivation to learn. This positive feedback cycle does not occur if students do not acquire learning skills.
Bad educational environments and experiences stamp out the motivation to learn. In my work in consulting with middle-school teachers, I have found that by that grade level many students have been turned off of learning. They had too many bad learning experiences in the earlier grades. This is especially true of the majority of students who have not learned how to excel in school. Week after week, year after year, ordinary performance kills their interest in learning. Such students develop defense mechanisms. “Why do I have to learn this?’ “This book is boring.” “My teacher doesn’t like me.” “I could make As, but I don’t want to.” “School work is for nerds.” So goes a litany of excuses.
These problems have always plagued teachers who try to motivate the under-achievers. In today’s standards-based, high-stakes testing environment, we have the new problem that a teacher is liable to give an answer that is equivalent to “You need to learn this to score well on the state learning achievement tests so that you make your teachers and school look good.” This, you can be assured, does not do much to motivate students.
Well, learners, I have shocking news for you. Motivation that works in learning has to come from inside of you, not from the outside influence of parents, teachers, school district, or whatever. You are like horses that can be led to water. Outside influences can't make you drink if you are not thirsty.
How do you make yourself thirsty for effective and efficient learning? Well, the efficiency goal comes easy. We are all rather lazy about school work, and thus naturally want our learning to occur with minimal effort. The effective goal should also come easy, because what is the point of trying to learn if you aren’t good at it? What is the point of learning if you don’t remember it?
Beyond such basics, I can list several things that will motivate you to learn:
The Wonder of Learning.
We live in a universe and world full of natural wonder. Every academic subject is wondrous to some people. Why not you? You can see the wonder in every subject (yes, even algebra, if you look for it.) Babies are fascinated by what they see, hear, and touch. Watch a baby as a mobile dangle overhead. Exploratory activities become conspicuously pronounced if the mobile objects are close enough to be manipulated. Everything a baby encounters is new and astonishing. Why do we allow ourselves to lose that fascination with the world as we get older? For some people, the more they learn, the less wondrous the world seems. Among adults, scientists seem to be an exception (to a biologist, pond scum is beautiful and wondrous).
The real-world relevance of academic subjects is not always self-evident to someone learning the subject for the first time. Even if the learner understands the relevance, the subject may not be relevant for them at the time they have to learn it. The first step in seeing relevance is to realize that our lack of knowledge about a subject has put us in a small and narrow world that blinds us to the relevance. Once we know there is relevance we do not yet perceive, we have reason to look for it. In other words, we need to try to identify the relevance of what we need to learn for us. Once we realize how we might use new information or how it might make us a better or more competent person, we have reason to learn it. Even if the relevance is limited to the recognition we would get from successful learning, that in itself can be sufficient relevance.
Rewards and Punishments.
We have all been amazed by performance animals that demonstrate astonishing feats of learning at Sea World, circuses, and similar venues. These animals learn all sorts of tricks they seemingly have no need to learn. Their training process is known as “operant conditioning.” They learn under conditions in which they are punished for failure to learn and rewarded for successful learning. Direct punishment does not work very well as a motivator. As used by trainers, punishment occurs in the failure to receive a reward if the learning objective is not met. In a typical school environment, grades are the usual basis for reward and punishment. The principle here is called “positive reinforcement.” It means that when we receive a reward, even a small one, for generating a certain behavior, we are motivated to repeat the behavior. So, the practical point for students is to construct or find positive reinforcement for themselves for improving their learning skills and resulting learning successes.
Ownership and Pride.
I think it was back in the Great Depression that someone coined the expression, “Knowledge is something nobody can take away from you.” You may have things stolen, you may lose your job, you may lose out in a competition, but your knowledge is always yours. And you earned it. You have the powerful sense of ownership. This is the obvious benefit of projects where the student builds something, like robots or a science-fair presentation. Even less obvious products, like cursive writing, are something a student owns in a very personal way, and if it is done well, can take great pride in. Speaking of cursive, in the first 6 weeks of the 7th grade, I had to take a penmanship course. I apparently have good hand-eye coordination, and I readily learned to write well. I took great pride in showing others my handwriting, because I knew it was really good. That little success may have had more to do with my 7th grade academic reformation than anything else. To this day, I still get compliments on my handwriting. It was a great feeling in the 7th grade, and still feels good every time I look at my handwriting.
No one likes failure. No one likes to feel inferior. Everyone relishes achievement. Failure should not be an option. However, we make failure an option by constructing excuses for it. We develop attitudes to explain away our failures and in the process perpetuate the failures. At some point, when it dawns on us that our attitude is counter-productive, we realize the value of adjusting our attitudes to be more positive.
Acting “as if.”
Behavior changes attitudes, emotions, and motivation. Conscientious students try to adjust their attitudes and feelings by force of will—this often fails. A better result, especially with students who are not all that conscientious, can sometimes occur with the principle enunciated about 100 years ago by the famous psychologist William James. He noted that how a person acts can change his or her own thinking, attitude, and feelings. This is the "as if" principle, which states that behaving the way one wants to be will help make it so. We know that mind can sometimes change behavior, but the "as if" principle says that behavior can change mind.
Few things in life are as motivating as when you reach the point where you are in charge, where you discover that your capacity for self-control gives you power. Once you discover that you have the power to be a good learner, you will want to seize the added power that learning gives you in this world.
Confidence is something you have to earn. As you begin your trek to effective and efficient learning, small successes will happen. They will build on each other and give you reason to be more confident. When I made my first A in a difficult subject, I realized, “Hey, I can do this. I just did. Maybe I am not as stupid as my former Ds suggested.” Belief in your ability to learn can become a self-fulfilling prophecy. As confidence slowly grows, you start thinking about what worked in the learning.
1. Find what is awesome and wonderful in everything you have to learn.
2. Identify why or how what you have to learn is relevant to something in your life.
3. Give yourself little rewards for each successful learning event.
4. Take ownership of what you learn and be proud of yourself for knowing it.
5. If your attitude about school or learning is impeding successful learning, adjust your attitude to be more positive.
6. Act "as if" you are a good learner, and do the things good learners do.
7. Control yourself. Be the "master of your own ship."
8. Gain confidence from successful learning events. Believe in yourself.
Sejak akhir2 ini beberapa posting tentang pola 769 kekayaan. Ini adalah sebentuk kajian oleh Dato Eddy Rosyadie. Mengumpul data-data kajian. Ianya kemudian dijadikan panduan dalam bentuk strategi bagi mereka yang ada pola 769 kekayaan atau ikhtiar energi pola 769.
Dari perspektif Metafizik, gerhana mempunyai peranannya. Begitu juga dengan Islam, bagi umat Islam disarankan untuk solat sunat gerhana dan khutbah gerhana. Maknanya, ada fungsi dan peranan gerhana ini bukan sahaja dalam metafizik tetapi secara Islamik. Apapun, dalam kebanyakkan agama dan kepercayaan lain juga ada peranan gerhana. Ini bermakna gerhana ada peranannya kepada manusia.
Year Element Strategy 2020 dicipta oleh Dato Eddy Rosyadie dan dilakarkan pada tahun 2019 lalu menunjukkan elemen WATER satunya pelancongan dalam fasa CAUTION untuk Mei- Jun 2020 . Berita Mei 2020 ini menujukkan fenomena tersebut.
Tips: perniagaan dapat diperbaiki dengan menggabungkan elemen. Contohnya, industri makanan yang berganding dengan industri losgistik menjadi penghantaran makanan.
Kiraan perjalanan Pernomboran tarikh lahir adalah baik namun mengapa masih ada masalah2 begini berlaku? Rupanya, kiraan nama pula ada isu. Pernomboran versi Dato Eddy Rosyadie meliputi pernomboran tarikh lahir, pernomboran nama, pernomboran no telefon dsbnya. Jadi, bagaimana cara untuk atasi pernomboran nama yang menjadi isu? Nak tukar nama agak mustahil. Antaranya tentulah perubahan sikap dsbnya.
Maklumbalas peserta Energi Ikthiar Mei 2020.
Bulan Mei-Jun sesuati tahun amat penting untuk kita bina, jana dan kekalkan atau tingkatkan energi positif kerana bulan Mei-Jun merupakan petunjuk untuk apa yang bakal kita lalui pada tahun hadapan. Walaupun Mei 2020 ini kita dilanda energi negatif pandemik tetapi kita boleh ikhtiar untuk mengatasi energi2 negatif tersebut.
Mempunyai Tahap Kewangan Tahap 12 (paling bawah) berpotensi untuk tidak berduit. Maka, pengurusan kewangan perlulah lebih banyak berbanding orang lain yang berada di lain2 tahap atasan yang membolehkan mereka lebih berbelanja. Walaupun pendapatan tinggi namun perlu perbelanjaan perlu disesuaikan dengan tahap kewangan 12.
Dekad halangan diri (Graf Dekad ciptaan Dato Eddy Rosyadie) mempengaruhi perihal perkahwinan. Kadang tu dekad perkahwinan adalah baik tetapi dekad diri yang bermasalah. Jadi, dengan mengenalpasti yang mana satu bermasalah (diri atau perkahwinan), dapatlah kita tentukan strategi2 penyelesaian yang lebih sesuai.
10 Skills to Master Before Launching a New Business
From Excel to public speaking, every entrepreneur should have these skills.
Launching a business is hard. Launching a business before you've done the legwork to determine your market and identify your challenges is nearly impossible. Similarly, if you're becoming the head honcho without mastering some important skills first, you may find success harder to come by.
Here are some of the most important skills any entrepreneur should know, and where to learn them. All these courses are on sale for Memorial Day, so make the savvy business decision and take advantage.
1. Microsoft Excel
Microsoft Excel is one of the most important programs in business today. It's far more than just a spreadsheet software (although that's a valuable use case, as well). Excel helps you with data analysis, financial forecasting, and many more things that are essential to running a data-driven, solutions-oriented business.
2. Public Speaking
Entrepreneurs must be able to sell their product or service to others. Whether you're pitching to investors, employees, or potential customers, public speaking will be a significant asset. With great public speaking skills, you're more likely to inspire people to see your vision and get on board with your company.
3. Developing Business Plans
Naturally, every entrepreneur needs a business plan. This course is led by an award-winning business school professor and offers a 13-step methodology to creating a business plan. It even comes with 50 business plan templates and 25 business presentations made specifically for startups.
4. Data Science
Data drives everything in business. As an entrepreneur, if you can successfully model and understand data, you're already a few steps ahead of the pack. Not only will you save money by not having to hire analysts, but you'll also have the skills to make informed business decisions right out of the gate.
5. Facebook Marketing
Facebook is the second-largest advertising platform on the planet, meaning it's a key tool for any entrepreneur starting out. In this course, you'll learn how to reach and engage with new audiences on Facebook. Hitting the ground running with a Facebook marketing strategy can go a long way for your business.
6. Search Engine Optimziation
If you don't have a ton of capital to work with when you're just starting out, paid advertising may not be for you. Search engine optimization (SEO), however, is often free and just requires a technical understanding of how to make content stand out online. This course will show you how to get your web pages to the top of Google's search pages.
Great copywriting sells products. You can outsource your marketing and sales content to third-parties, or you can handle it yourself. This guide will teach you how to write copy that sells so you can save money and generate more income from the get-go.
QuickBooks is the top accounting software on the market. When you can use QuickBooks effectively, you can handle all of your business's financial and bookkeeping needs, thereby saving money on accounting services. It'll also help you track inventory, vendor payments, invoices, and much more.
9. Generalist Skills
The best entrepreneurs never stop learning. With that in mind, check out Big Think Edge. This library is filled with lectures from Ivy League professors and world-renowned experts like Elon Musk and Malcolm Gladwell, covering some of today's most important topics.
10. Project Management
Project management is all about finding the most efficient and least wasteful way of doing something. For entrepreneurs who are likely strapped for cash after launch, that's extremely important. This training will introduce you to several top project management methodologies, including Scrum, Agile, and PMP.