03 July, 2011



Creating a wave of change is good, start creating your own personal wave of change first. Creating multiple wave of learning process is even better!

1. Dayak must learn to develop and accelerate vision by enhancing their Future Learning capacity and capability.

2. Dayak must learn to search and secure opportunity.

3. Dayak must learn to seek and acquire new or advanced “tactics and techniques” in uplifting their well being.

4. Dayak must learn to research and develop “solutions” in improving their backwardness.

5. Dayak must learn to work hard and smart in achieving their personal growth.

6. Dayak must learn to prioritize and accomplish their goals; short-term, medium-term and long-term.

7. Dayak must learn to strategize and structure their policy and value; personal and/or organization.

8. Dayak must learn the art-of-survival and self-determination.

9. Dayak must learn to work in unity and as a team.

10. Dayak must learn to think outside of the old box and become positive thinkers; professional think-tank.

11. Dayak must learn to build initiatives and possibilities; domestic, regional and global.

12. Dayak must learn to compete and remain competence in facing regional and/or global challenges.

13. Dayak must learn to become proactive and build the right attitude.

14. Dayak must learn to seek out opportunities to learn new skills and absorb intelligences.

15. Dayak must learn to empower their thinking with multi-approaches not just focusing in politics but also regional, economics, technology, law, international, education and social development.

16. Dayak must learn to build, re-enforce and strengthen their institutional; Asset, Fund, Facility, Alliance, Network, Development, Investment, Revenue and Research & Development.

17. Dayak must lean to focus, shoulder and take-up responsibilities in enhancing peace, unity, prosperity, security and righteousness.

18. Dayak must learn to absorb and adapt new opportunity regionally and globally to maintain their sustainability growth.

Success is all about positioning yourself to be better than before and with credible advancement. Achieving success takes focus, determination, and the ability to identify and navigate possible roadblocks.

Considering no one is perfect it is fair to say that there is always room for improvement. We all have strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, threats and areas in which we can improve.

Successful happy people continuously seek growth and development opportunities because they know that improving self is a key factor to improving life.

If you are unhappy with certain aspects of your life, if you are not where you want to be, if you are stressed, depressed, or uncertain about your life direction self development is your first step towards positive and productive change.

Now start mobilizing yourself with these winning principles for self-development to see real change right away:
  • Set goals for yourself.
  • Commit your goals to "mission paperwork".
  • Expect to be successful.
  • Ask for what you want.
  • Be decisive.
  • Accept responsibility for your life and your actions.
  • Proactively seek opportunities to learn and grow.
  • Make it a point to learn from key experiences.
  • Seek the lesson in any failures, mistakes, and setbacks.
  • Look for the good in every situation.
  • Seek feedback.
  • Accept constructive criticism.
  • Adapt to changes.
  • Find ways to effectively manage stress and/or frustration.
  • Balance work, personal, and family life.
  • Work effectively with little or no supervision or direction.
  • Meet commitments.
  • Face fears and challenges head on.
  • Believe in yourself first.
  • Refuse to compromise.
  • Follow and trust your intuition.
  • Be confident and build your self-esteem.
  • Be persistent and never give up.
  • Don't hold grudges. Forgive, forget, and let go.
  • Go the extra mile.
A solid commitment to self-development lays the foundation to living life abundantly. Everyone wants to be prosperous, happy, and fulfilled, it all begins and ends with self-development.

Thank you

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