[Wonder Girls] Take It

Penyanyi: Wonder Girls
Judul Lagu: Take It

Jakku malhago shipeo
Eolmana johahaneunji
Jakku boigo shipeo
Nae maeumi eolmana keunji
Harujongil niga nareul bolttaemada
Nan eolmana tteollineunji
Neon jeonmal moreunabwa
Naeganeol johahaneunji
Jeongmallo moreunabwa
Wae jakku nuni majuchineunji
Neoneun nareul gakkeum barabojimaneun
Nan gyeseok neol bogoisseo 

Aju jakku yeppeun sarangi yeokisseo
Eoseo waseo gajyeoka
Neomaneul wihaeseo ganjikhako isseo
Eoseo ppalli gajyeoga
Deo neutgijeone eoseo naege waseo
Na eui maeumeul da gajyeoga

Verse 2:
Maleul haebolkkamalkka
Oneuldo mangseoridaga
Yonggiga najil anha
Gyeolguk honjaseo kkeungkkeung altaga
Jibe dorawaseo chaeksange anja seo
Nan tto hu hwehago isseo
Naega mareul anhaedo
Niga arajumyeon andwae
Gobaekhaji anhado
Niga araseo wajumyeon andwae
Nae nuneul barabwa ppeonhi seo itjanha
Neon wae ireokedo molla


Aju jakku yeppeun sarangi yeokisseo
Eoseo waseo gajyeoka (eopseo)
Neomaneul wihaeseo ganjikhako isseo
Eoseo ppalli gajyeoga
Deo neutgijeone eoseo naege waseo
Na eui maeumeul da gajyeoga

Oneuldo neol barabodaga
Nuni myeotbeonina majuchyeonneunde wae
Geureokedo moreuni
Wae nunchiga eomni
Cheok bomyeon chiga nalgeot gateunde
Nae eolgure sseoijtanha
Saekkali byeonhajanha
Ppalgake niga nal barabol ttaemada
Dapdaphae imanhamyeon arayaji
Eotteokae naega gidael marayaji
Eojjeom geureokedo dunhani
Eo gajyeogaraneunde
Wae moreuni
Mweol deo eotteoke pyohyeonhaeya dweni
Naneun niga joheunde
Wae neon gyesok moreuni

Aju jakku yeppeun sarangi yeokisseo
Eoseo waseo gajyeoka
Neomaneul wihaeseo ganjikhako isseo
Eoseo ppalli gajyeoga
Deo neutgijeone eoseo naege waseo
Na eui maeumeul da gajyeoga

Aju jakku yeppeun sarangi yeokisseo
Eoseo waseo gajyeoka (oh baby)
Neomaneul wihaeseo ganjikhako isseo
Eoseo ppalli gajyeoga
Deo neutgijeone eoseo naege waseo
Na eui maeumeul da gajyeoga

Bill Gates’ Rules Of Life

Bill Gates’ Rules :

Rule 1 : Life is not fair – get used to it!

Rule 2 : The world won’t care about your self-esteem. The world will expect you to accomplish something BEFORE you feel good about yourself.

Rule 3 : You will NOT make $60,000 a year right out of high school. You won’t be a vice-president with a car phone until you earn both.

Rule 4 : If you think your teacher is tough, wait till you get a boss.

Rule 5 : Flipping burgers is not beneath your dignity. Your Grandparents had a different word for burger flipping: they called it opportunity.

Rule 6 : If you mess up, it’s not your parents’ fault, so don’t whine about your mistakes, learn from them.

Rule 7 : Before you were born, your parents weren’t as boring as they are now. They got that way from paying your bills, cleaning your clothes and listening to you talk about how cool you thought you were. So before you save the rain forest from the parasites of your parent’s generation, try delousing the closet in your own room.

Rule 8 : Your school may have done away with winners and losers, but life HAS NOT. In some schools, they have abolished failing grades and they’ll give you as MANY TIMES as you want to get the right answer. This doesn’t bear the slightest resemblance to ANYTHING in real life.

Rule 9 : Life is not divided into semesters. You don’t get summers off and very few employers are interested in helping you FIND YOURSELF. Do that on your own time.

Rule 10 : Television is NOT real life. In real life people actually have to leave the coffee shop and go to jobs.

Rule 11 : Be nice to nerds. Chances are you’ll end up working for one.


from: LiloMag

2D – Masih Ada

Judul: Masih Ada
Penyanyi: Dian Permana Poetra dan Deddy Dhukun

ada bayanganmu di mataku
dan senyummu membuatku rindu
bagaimana caranya oh kasihku
kuingin jumpa dengan kamu
bagaimana caranya 

aku yakin di antara kita
masih ada cinta yang membara
bagaimana caranya oh sayangku
kuingin juga kau mengerti
bagaimana caranya

reff:haruskah kuteteskan air mata di pipi
haruskan kucurahkan segala isi di hati
oh haruskah kau kupeluk dan tak kulepas lagi
agar tiada pernah ada kata berpisah

lupakanlah cerita kelabu
kita susun lagi langkah baru
bagaimana caranya oh cintaku
kuingin bahagia denganmu
bagaimana caranya

repeat reff

Tips for smarter meetings

No matter how big your business is, you probably spend a lot of time in meetings. There’s no need to suffer – there are plenty of ways to use IT to make meetings more efficient.

  1. Consider your options. Do you really need this meeting at all? Could you replace it with an email update or a chat over instant messaging?
  2. Use mind maps. A mind map is a way to think through an agenda in a more creative way.
  3. Count the cost. Add up the hourly salary cost of everyone attending the meeting and multiply by the duration. Does it represent value for money?
  4. Set standards. Set common expectations about how your business does meetings. Everyone should know how to chair a meeting, how to take minutes, how to brainstorm etc. You should also set clear expectations about arriving on time.
  5. Schedule breaks. Don’t let long meetings continue without giving people a chance to take a break. Schedule the start and end time of the breaks and don’t let people wander off for a coffee, cigarette or email break.
  6. Have meetings standing up. Discomfort is a great way to focus people’s minds and prevent unproductive conversation.
  7. Hold meetings before lunch. Similarly, people are unlikely to tolerate overrun if they’re hungry.
  8. Schedule shorter meetings. Agendas always seem to expand to fill the time allotted to them. It’s too tempting to schedule meetings for an hour or half an hour because that’s the default in Outlook and other diary software. Try scheduling different times and different durations.
  9. Finish meetings early. Try to finish at quarter to the hour so people can get to another appointment that starts on the hour.
  10. Ten-minute meetings. Try scheduling ten-minute meetings. Send out a very tight agenda and all the supporting documents in advance. Give everyone a brief opportunity to have their say and then move to a decision.
  11. Replace routine meetings. Status reports and so on don’t need meetings. Don’t let a ‘same time, same place’ meeting carry on after it has done its job.
  12. Deflect distractions. If an issue comes up that is interesting but off-topic, note it on a whiteboard or in the minutes so that it doesn’t get lost. And then move on with the agenda.
  13. Shorter minutes. There’s usually no need to record who said what; just what decisions you took and who is going to do what.
  14. Manage talkative people. Don’t put talkative people opposite the person chairing the meeting – that way they won’t always get eye contact and start talking. Don’t be afraid to challenge repeat offenders (one to one, outside the meeting as a courtesy). “I’m always interested in your views but perhaps with a bit of preparation you could be more succinct in meetings.”
  15. Get everyone to contribute. If you are running the meeting, always ask quiet people for their views. They might have a critical contribution but lack confidence to speak.
  16. Use a timer. Make sure each meeting room has a large clock with a second hand on it. If time is short, set time limits on individual contributions or a strict timetable for each part of the agenda.
  17. Encourage brevity. Ask people to circulate lengthy reports in advance by email. Let people give high-level summaries but don’t let status reports turn into lengthy monologues. Try to focus on the information that the meeting as a whole needs to know.
  18. Learn from your successes (and your mistakes). After each meeting, spend a minute to ask everyone what went well and what they would change next time. Those who don’t learn from bad meetings are condemned to repeat them.
  19. Use document templates. Microsoft Word 2007 has lots of templates you can use to create an agenda or minutes quickly. You can use these as a starting point for your own company templates.
  20. Use a computer to capture actions. An HP notebook or tablet PC with a projector is a great tool for capturing minutes and ideas in a meeting. Whiteboards and flipcharts are okay for capturing ideas during a meeting, but a computer never runs out of space and it’s easy to add and delete new ideas as you go.
  21. Project rooms. If you are working on a long-term project, consider setting up a permanent project room where all the meetings for that project take place. You can cover the walls with relevant material and keep documents and files in it. Or you could have a meeting room with a project wall.
  22. Be a Microsoft® Office PowerPoint® 2007. Office PowerPoint 2007 puts the control in your hands to create great-looking presentations. The special two-monitor Presenter View lets your audience see the slideshow on a projector while your notebook displays speaker notes, the current slide and a clock – ideal for staying on track.
  23. Avoid ‘same time, same place’ meetings. Regular meetings create a sense of continuity but it’s easy to lapse into bad habits – no agenda, no minutes, and a bloated invitation list. The best idea is to treat each scheduled meeting like a one-time meeting.
  24. Ban email in meetings. If people spend all day in pointless meetings it’s easy to understand why they bring notebooks and answer their email; but if meetings are going to get shorter and more efficient, you’ll need their full attention. Offer this deal: we’ll cut meetings in half so you can give your full attention to the meeting now and your full attention to your email later.
  25. Use Outlook to schedule meetings. Office Outlook 2007 has several features that make organising meetings much easier. These include the ability to see group schedules and other people’s calendars as well as the ‘Plan a Meeting’ tool which automatically chooses a mutually convenient time for a group.

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Tips berpakaian untuk sukses

Berpakaian untuk bekerja sederhana, semua menggunakan setelan kemeja/blouse. Tapi ada beberapa tempat kerja yang menggunakan pakaiannya yang lebih santai, tapi jangan terkecoh sehingga anda bisa menggunakan apa saja yang anda suka. Cara anda berpakaian dan penampilan, membawa pengaruh bagaimana orang lain melihat anda dan seberapa cepat anda menaiki tangga karir. Apa yang anda pakai dapat membuat anda diperhatikan, menjaga nama baik anda dan mendorong rekan kerja serius dengan anda atau sebaliknya.

1. Berpenampilan pintar.

Pintar tidak perlu “dandan habis”: artinya keren dan baik. Tujuan anda harus tampil profesioanl dari pada imut atau trendy. Perhatikan detil anda. Rambut dan kuku yang rapi, baju yang bersih dan tidak kusut, sepatu yang mengkilat dan stoking yang baik (bagi wanita) sehingga menunjukan anda mengerjakan pekerjaan serius.

2. Hati hati dengan warna.

Konsultan warna menekankan warna yang anda gunakan tidak hanya meng-ekspresikan personalitas anda tapi juga mempengaruhi orang bereaksi dengan anda. Warna baju kerja tradisional adalah hitam, abu-abu, biru dan merah.

3. Berpakaianlah untuk posisi yang anda inginkan.

Jika anda manager atau punya posisi senior, anda bisa mendapatkan perhatian dengan berpakaian lebih baik dari bawahan anda. Jika anda ingin naik jabatan, berpakaian yang cocok dengan jabatan yang anda mau, bukan jabatan yang anda punya. Jika anda ingin menjadi manager, tampillah seperti seseorang yang bisa mengisi posisi tersebut. Berpakaian seperti boss anda – tapi hati hati, jangan sampai ketahuan. 😀

4. Jangan terlalu kasual

Ada perbedaan antara pakaian yang cocok untuk bekerja dan akhir pekan. Jika anda menggunakan Jins di kantor pakailah yang gelap yang cocok dengan kemeja anda.

5. Berpakaian untuk acara tertentu

Jika anda harus memberikan presentasi atau ketemu pelanggan, lebih perhatikanlah penampilan anda dari biasanya. Karena anda ingin orang mendengarkan apa yang anda katakan daripada terganggu dengan penampilan anda. Ketika ingin ketemu pelanggan, berpakaianlah yang lebih baik dari pelanggan anda.


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