Pada 1 Syawal 1441H iaitu 24 Mei 2020 berlangsung program ikhtiar energi rezeki yang mana Dato Eddy menjana energi secara percuma kepada peserta yang join program. Ini adalah usaha jariah dari pihak Dato Eddy bagi membantu peserta dalam usaha ekonomi sepanjang tempoh pandemik ini. Kita berikhtiar menjana energi rezeki yang baik2 semasa tempoh pandemik ini.
Fenomena yang berlaku kepada diri kita sukar dijelaskan dengan anggapan2 atau fikiran2. Namun, ianya boleh dijelaskan dengan kaedah Pernomboran atau kaedah Graf Hayat. Kaedah Graf Hayat menjelaskan fenomena2 yang berlaku pada kita supaya kita dapat memahami punca sebenar permasalahan fenomena yang kita lalui itu. Dengan itu dapatlah kita bina strategi sewajarnya bagi membetulkan atau meningkatkan kualiti kehidupan.
Taylor Nicole Rogers, Business Insider US
May 25, 2020
Some industries produce a lot more ultrawealthy people than others.
While some have become billionaires working in the food and beverage sector, a lot more people become extremely rich in real estate.
Nearly one in four people with a net worth over $5 million work in banking or finance.
People have been able to turn lots of different ideas into billion-dollar businesses, but it’s easier in some fields than others.
As a part of its 2020 Decade of Wealth report, research firm Wealth-X analyzed its database of thousands of people across the globe with net worths over $5 million to see how they made their money.
Keep reading to learn which career fields are most common among the ultrawealthy, according to research firm Wealth-X.
10. Food and beverages
A mere 3.8% of wealthy people made their fortunes in food service, according to Wealth-X. Daniel Lubetzky created the first KIND bar after trying a snack bar made with whole fruits and nuts while on a business trip in Australia and has since built a $1.2 billion fortune selling the bars and other snacks, according to Forbes.
9. Construction and engineering
James Dyson is one of only 3.9% of wealthy people who made in their fortune in construction or engineering, Wealth-X reports. Despite lacking a formal engineering degree, Dyson invented the world’s first bagless vacuum cleaner in 1986 and has since branched out into other appliances, earning him a net worth of $6.1 billion, according to Forbes.
8. Hospitality and entertainment
Only 4.1% of high net worth individuals got rich working in hospitality and entertainment, Wealth-X reports. Former street performer Guy Laliberté built a $1.2 billion fortune after growing his Montreal-based circus troupe into the multibillion-dollar entertainment empire known as Cirque du Soleil, starting with only a $1 million arts grant, Business Insider previously reported.
Just 4.1% of wealthy people made their fortunes in the manufacturing sector, according to Wealth-X.
That group includes Diane Hendricks, who made an $8.9 billion fortune running roofing, window, and siding producer ABC Supply, per Forbes.
Tech billionaires such as Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, and Larry Page might be some of the most famous members of the three comma club in the world, but relatively few wealthy people made their money from technology. Only 4.7% of people with net worths over $5 million made their fortunes in tech, according to Wealth-X.
Only 4.9% of wealthy people with fortunes over $5 million made their money in the healthcare industry, according to Wealth-X. The net worth of Ernesto Bertarelli, the richest person in Switzerland, is from his stake in pharmaceutical company Serono, per Forbes.
4. Real estate
According to Wealth-X, 5.4% of wealthy people made their money in real estate. With a net worth of $7.6 billion, Stephen Ross is the wealthiest real estate developer in America, The Real Deal reported in 2019.
3. Non-profit and social organizations
Over 7% of wealthy people work for nonprofits full time, according to Wealth-X. However, many of them initially made their fortunes elsewhere, like Bill and Melinda Gates.
2. Business and consumer services
More than 16% of wealthy people made their fortunes working in business and consumer services, according to Wealth-X.
David Steward founded World Wide Technology, an IT services company that has generated over $11 billion in sales, and earned himself a $3.5 billion fortune in the process, Forbes reports.
1. Banking and finance
More wealthy people work in banking and finance than any other industry, according to Wealth-X. JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon is among the 22.6% of wealthy people worth over $5 million who made their money in the financial sector.
Dato Eddy Rosyadie
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016 624 9666
Ada yang menyatakan mengarut nombor telefon boleh pengaruhi potensi manusia. Percaya sangatlah nombor telefon pengaruhi potensi manusia tetapi inilah hakikatnya jika nombor phone sentiasa dikacau ramai orang tentulah kena tukar nombor bukan? Takkan nak kekalkan nombor phone yang selalu dikacau ramai orang sebab nombor phone tak pengaruhi potensi manusia. Ada juga sebab kenapa ianya dikacau orang ramai dari aspek pernomboran jadi kita elakkan nombor2 sebegitu.
Zaman kini kita disibukkan dengan melayari media sosial dan kerja/ bisnes sepanjang hari menyebabkan kita dah berjauhan dengan mengambil hobi sebagai satu aktiviti untuk tenangkan diri kita. Membaca buku, memancing. menjahit sulaman, melukis dsbnya. Jadi, kita mudah tertekan dan depresi. Kajian penyelidikan menunjukkan hobi mengurangkan depresi.
Setiap hari ada masa tertentu energi menaik. Waktunya berbeza setiap hari. Dan hari tertentu ada khasiat atau parameter tertentu. Bagi 24 Mei 2020 lalu, waktu energinya adalah 730 malam - 930 malam. Bagi yang join program ikhtiar energi 24 Mei 2020 dijanakan energi oleh Dato Eddy Rosyadie. Tetapi ikhtiar energi itu bukanlah untuk bertujuan untuk mengantuk atau pening. Sepatutnya energi lebih cergas bukan? Ini bergantung kepada situasi energi diri sedia ada. Ada yang cergas apabila dijana energi. Ada yang mengantuk. Mungkin mengantuk juga sebentuk kesan energi bagi membetulkan energi diri yang mungkin tak selari dengan keadaan. Ikhtiar energi memberi kesan untuk kebaikan individu tersebut tetapi kesannya berbeza2.
Dikala kesukaran waktu pandemik, masih boleh menjana kekayaan. Yang kaya semakin kaya. Cara mereka? Ada pegangan pelaburan dalam bursa saham (stock market). Mereka membina syarikat dan menjadikan syarikat mereka itu disenarai di bursa saham. Tahun 2020 ini tahun pola 636 pola pelaburan jadi potensi mereka makin menyerlah.
Ada pola 38+537 pola kesultanan.
Minggu 1 Jun 2020 - merancang
Dengan ilmu - buku, kursus, dengar ceramah.
Membincangkannya dengan ahli keluarga/ rakan2
Minggu 2 Jun 2020 - Melaksanakan
Mulakan untuk bertindak
Bina rangkaian komuniti untuk melaksanakan tindakan anda itu secara lebih meluas.
Minggu 3 Jun 2020 - Memeriksa
Periksa setiap tindakan anda - adakah mengikut landasan yang telah dirancang pada Minggu 1.
Minggu 4 - Memantau
Teliti dan pantau progress tindakan anda dengan ilmu yang telah anda dapat pada Minggu 1
Minggu 5 - Membetulkan
Kumpul semua maklumat2 tindakan dan betulkan mana yang silap/ tersasar.
Maklumkan hasil tindakan anda kepada ahli keluarga/ rakan2 / komuniti.
Hubungi Dato Eddy Rosyadie untuk mendapatkan pola2 potensi bisnes/ kerjaya anda (sesi bertemu / online Whatsapp/ Telegram):
017 769 7946
016 624 9666
Kesan energi rezeki tidak diketahui sebenarnya. Kadang tu ambil masa seminggu (seperti kes individu ini), kadang tu cepat, kadang tu duit masuk akaun, kadang tu rezeki dalam bentuk lain dsbnya. Ianya bergantung kepada situasi energi diri individu. Apapun, menjana energi perlu berterusan kerana energi ada surutnya ada turunnya menyebabkan rezeki jadi berkurangan, terhalang dsbnya.
2020 = 4 elemen KAYU satunya kesihatan. Syarikat pengeluar sarung tangan getah untuk kegunaan institusi kesihatan/ perubatan, tentunya di kala pandemik. Tahun ini 2020 juga tahun pelaburan ada pola 636. Kedua2 faktor ini menyebabkan sahamnya melonjak naik tertinggi. Walaupun ancaman pandemik kepada ekonomi tetapi pelaburan/ saham naik.
Tarikh nikah merupakan satu lagi potensi perjalanan kehidupan kita. Selain daripada potensi perjalanan tarikh lahir, tarikh nikah mempengaruhi potensi kita keseluruhannya. Sebab itulah sesi konsultansi bersama Dato Eddy Rosyadie dijalankan kerana kita perlu memastikan yang mana satu menggangu prestasi perjalanan kehidupan kita. Bila disebut masalah kewangan, tentunya ramai meletakkan masalah itu kepada diri tetapi daripada kaedah pernomboran, mungkin masalah kewangan itu daripada tarikh nikah dan strategi2 dicadangkan. Mungkin masalah kewangan itu memang dari diri sendiri bukannya tarikh nikah. Apapun kita meneliti setiap aspek pernomboran potensi kita untuk memahami dan mencari punca sebenar sesuatu kesulitan itu supaya dapat diusahakan sebaiknya.
Satu artikel menarik tentang sejarah kegunaan astrologi (satu kaedah metafizik) yang digunakan secara meluas sebelum wujudnya teknologi sains. Kaedah astrologi/ metafizik pencetus kepada teknologi sains. Artikel ditulis oleh ahli akademik sebuah universiti.
Tidak dinafikan terdapatnya kaedah supersitituous (mengarut) tentang astrologi tetapi itu adalah bidang yang berlainan dari kegunaan astrologi yang akademik. Tidak adil meletakkan semua astrologi/ metafizik semuanya mengarut; kalau begitu haramkan juga pengajian sains Kimia yang diajar di sekolah kerana terdapatnya teknik buat bom kimia di internet. Haramkan juga sains Fizik kerana terdapatnya konsep Multiverse; satu konsep di luar logik. Mana yang mengarut kita tapislah. Mana yang baik kita gunakan secara akademik.
Sebagaimana kaedah metafizik pernomboran mencari pola/ pattern begitu juga astrologi dulu2 mencari pattern kepada fenomena tertentu dikaji dan dijadikan panduan.
May 19, 2020
Postdoctoral Research Fellow in History, The University of Queensland
The internet is awash with comparisons between life during COVID-19 and life during the Bubonic plague. The two have many similarities, from the spread of misinformation and the tracking of mortality figures, to the ubiquity of the question “when will it end?”
But there are, of course, crucial differences between the two. Today, when looking for information on the incidence, distribution, and likely outcome of the pandemic, we turn to epidemiologists and infectious disease models. During the Bubonic plague, people turned to astrologers.
Exploring the role played by astrologers in past epidemics reminds us that although astrology has been debunked, it was integral to the development of medicine and public health.
The flu, written in the stars
Before germ theory, the Scientific Revolution and then the Age of Enlightenment, it was common for medical practitioners to use astrological techniques in their everyday practice.
Compared to the simplistic horoscopes in today’s magazines, premodern astrology was a complex field based on detailed astronomical calculations. Astrologers were respected health authorities who were taught at the finest universities throughout Europe, and hired to treat princes and dukes.
Astrology provided physicians with a naturalistic explanation for the onset and course of disease. They believed the movements of the celestial bodies, in relation to each other and the signs of the Zodiac, governed events on earth. Horoscopes mapped the heavens, allowing physicians to draw conclusions about the onset, severity, and duration of illness.
The impact of astrology on the history of medicine can still be seen today. The term “influenza” was derived from the idea that respiratory disease was a product of the influence of the stars.
Public health and plague
Astrologers were seen as important authorities for the health of communities as well as individuals. They offered public health advice in annual almanacs, which were some of the most widely read literature in the premodern world.
Almanacs provided readers with tables for astrological events for the coming year, as well as advice on farming, political events, and the weather.
The publications were also important disseminators of medical knowledge. They explained basic medical principles and suggested remedies. They made prognostications about national health, using astrology to predict when an influx of venereal disease or plague was likely to arise.
These public health predictions were often based on the astrological theory of conjunctions. According to this theory, when certain planets seem to approach each other in the sky from our perspective on earth, great socio-cultural events are bound to occur.
When Bubonic plague hit France in 1348, the King asked the physicians at the University of Paris to account for its origins. Their answer was that the plague was caused by a conjunction of Saturn, Mars, and Jupiter.
Predictions from above
Astrological accounts of plague remained popular into the 17th century. In this period, astrology was increasingly attacked as superstitious, so some astrologers tried to set their field on a more scientific grounding.
In an effort to make astrology more scientific, the English astrologer John Gadbury produced one of the earliest epidemiological studies of disease.
In London’s Deliverance Predicted (1655), Gadbury claimed his contemporaries couldn’t explain when plagues would arrive, or how long they’d last.
Gadbury proposed that if planets caused plagues, then planets also stopped plagues. Studying astrological events would therefore allow one to predict the course of an epidemic.
He gathered data from the previous four great London plagues (in 1593, 1603, 1625, and 1636), scouring the Bills of Mortality for weekly plague death rates, and compiling A Table shewing the Increase and Abatement of the Plague. Gadbury also used planetary tables to locate the planets’ positions throughout the epidemics. He then compared his data sets, looking for correlations.
Gadbury found a correlation between intensity of plague and the positions of Mars and Venus. Plague deaths increased sharply in July 1593, at which point Mars had moved into an astrologically significant position. Deaths then abated in September, when Venus’s position became more significant. Gadbury concluded that the movement of “the fiery Planet Mars” was the origin of pestilence and the “cause of its raging”, while the influence of the “friendly” Venus helped abate it.
Gadbury then applied his findings to the pestilence plaguing London at the time. He was able to correlate the beginnings of the plague in late 1664 and its growing intensity in June 1665 with recent astrological events.
He predicted the upcoming movement of Venus in August would see a fall in plague deaths. Then the movement of Mars in September would make the plague deadlier, but the movements of Venus in October, November, and December would halt the death rate.
Looking for patterns
Unfortunately for Gadbury, plague deaths increased dramatically in August. However, he was right in predicting a peak in September followed by a steep decrease at the end of the year. If Gadbury had accounted for other correlates – such as the coming of winter – his study might have been received more favourably.
The medical advice in Gadbury’s book certainly doesn’t stand up today. He argued the plague was not contagious, and that isolating at home only caused more deaths. Yet his attempt to find correlations with fluctuating mortality rates offers an early example of what we now call epidemiology.
While we may discredit Gadbury’s astrological assumptions, examples such as this illustrate the important role astrology played in the history of medicine, paving the way for naturalist explanations of infectious disease.
Biodata; Dato Eddy Rosyadie
Pengasas Kaedah Metafizik Pernomboran Dinamik dan Metafizik Energi Dinamik (Sejak 2006)
Pola 38 + 459, 426
Main Structure: SUN
Main Structure: Great Financier
Sun in Virgo & Moon in Scorpio
Chinese Zodiac: Water Rat.
Lulusan SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY, New York, United States of America (1993 - 1995).
Bachelor of Science in Biology.
Cell Biology, Genetics, Oncology & Immunology.
Certificate in Clinical Medical Assistant, Onondaga Medical Career School, Syracuse, New York, USA.
Bugis - Pertubuhan Seni Silat Panglima Bugis, Senai, Johor.
Minangkabau - Setiausaha, Persatuan Waris Anak Keturunan Minang (WAKAM), Kuala Lumpur.
Jawa - Pegawai Khas Internasional, Kesultanan Kraton Pajang, Solo, Indonesia.
Melayu - Panji Gua Kota Gelanggi, Persatuan Cahaya D'lima, Muar, Johor.
4-Step Entrepreneur's Guide to Surviving COVID-19
In times of crisis, this simple four-step plan will help you stabilize and recover
President of Assemble
May 19, 2020
No business will be able to outwork or outrun the impacts of COVID-19. So what should an entrepreneur do next? Take the time to GASP, an acronym for the terms: Ground, Assess, Stabilize and Plan. This approach worked well for businesses that survived and thrived during the Great Recession of 2007/8 and other major market challenges.
Ground yourself, your family and your team.
1) Slow down enough so you can reflect. This is not the time to take a vacation, but you do need to take a deep breath.
2) Resist your entrepreneurial instinct (to immediately work harder) for an hour or a day. You need time to clear your head before you can respond efficiently and effectively.
3) Work quickly to set up yourself and your family for the new normal. You will need their support and understanding while you navigate through this next business challenge.
Once you are in a more settled state of mind, assess your situation. The medical term for this phase is ‘triage’. Assess the vital signs of your patient—your business.
1) Determine how much and from where your business is hemorrhaging cash.
2) Determine the actions your team will need to execute in order to stabilize.
3) Remember, you must preserve cash at all costs. Cash is the lifeblood of your business.
Work to stabilize your business quickly. On the cash collection side:
1) Create a list of everyone who owes you money. Make calls to those who owe you. Get in the front of their cash line before they run out.
2) Develop payment plans with those that can’t pay you immediately and work those plans diligently. Know that squeaky wheels get paid faster.
3) Require more credit card payments or cash upfront from your customers. Don’t sell anything with less than a 50% down payment on new sales unless a customer can offer iron-clad payment assurances in this new environment.
On the payments side of the equation:
1) Make a list of all your expenses, vendors and your broader payables. Sort them into critical and non-critical. Immediately cancel every service, subscription or order that is nonessential.
2) Monitor your payables list daily, but only cut checks twice a month. Pay some amount (not the entire invoice) to the most critical first. Don’t pay out more than you have collected. No more payments to anyone unless absolutely necessary. Lease payments? Nope. Bank payments? Only interest. Non-critical vendors? Definitely not. Critical vendors? On a payment plan. Tax payments and employee benefits? Yes! It’s the law!
3) Slow paying will be difficult but expected. Make sure to notify your bank, landlord and vendors that will be impacted. Keep them informed at least monthly. And if you have to cut staff, cut quickly and decisively, but respectfully and humanely.
Once you have stabilized the business, take a moment to consider your circumstances within this new world order. Take a fresh look at your market, customers, suppliers, competitors, available technologies, and internal capabilities. Our challenge, as entrepreneurs, is to recognize and capitalize on opportunities.
A turbulent market offers a rare opportunity to gain significant market share. Old habits and loyalties are disrupted. Acquisition costs plummet. So plan your investments and pounce when opportunities open up.