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Friday, August 3, 2012

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Collection of Wise Words

A collection of wise words below in summarized from various sources and media on the internet. Please be listened to, I hope these wise words can provide added value in the form of enlightenment, motivation, success and inner peace in your life.

Wise Words

Every moment of your life is like a picture you've never seen, and images that will never be seen again. So, enjoy your life and make every moment beautiful.

Do not spoil what you have right now to pursue something that you might not have. Because, what you have today could be one of the many things that you most dream of.

If you pray, do not ask for an easy life, but ask God to make you a stronger person.

Life is like a bicycle mengendaradi. To maintain balance, the bike had to go. Similarly this life.

Celebrate every day of your life tomorrow will surely come very quickly.

Education is not preparation for life because real education is life itself.

Nothing is softer than the power, and there is nothing stronger than gentleness.

The fool always thought that god is on his side. Instead, the wise man is always trying to draw close to God.

A smile is the little things that can make life easier.

Living through the streets unhindered very rarely lead to success.

Kesenanagan in life is doing, where others think that we are not able to do so.

"The reason why someone could not have achieved his goals is because he does not define it, did not learn it, and never seriously believes that his goal could be achieved" (Dr. Denis Waitley, motivational expert and author of books self-help)

"I have three treasures. Take care and keep: a deep love, simplicity, ketidakberanian win the world. With deep love, someone will be brave. With simplicity, someone will be generous. With ketidakberanian win the world, someone is going to be a world leader "(Lao-tzu, Chinese philosopher)

"You have to do something that you would not think you can do" (Eleanor Roosevelt, former U.S. First Lady)

"Confidence is a knowledge within the heart, far beyond the reach of evidence" (Kahlil Gibran, poet)

"People are very rarely too busy to change his opinion" (Nitezche Friedrich (1844-1900), German philosopher)

"A sense of happy and unhappy not from what you have, nor derived from who you are, or what you do. Happy and unhappy coming out of your mind "Dale Carnegie (1888-1955), U.S. writer-Motivation Experts

"Pain is only temporary in that fight. Could so you feel in a a minute, an hour, a day, or a year. But if you give up, the pain will be felt forever "
(Lance Armstrong, former U.S. Cycling Athlete)

"A job that most never be solved is a job that never have started" (JRR Tolkien, author of novel The Lord of the Rings)

Little the person wealthy who has a treasure. Most of the treasures that have them, Robert G. Ingersoll

Human life is full of danger, but that's where its appeal lies-Edgar Mowrer Alnsel

The poorest people I know are people who do not have anything except money. John D.Rockefeller

Reality is always more conservative than ideology - Raymond Aron

Many failures in life because people do not realize how close they were to success when they gave up. - Thomas Alva Edison

Be yourself. Who else could have done better than yourself? - Frank Giblin, Ii

Our greatest pride is not never failing, but bounced back every time we fall. - Confucius

Your chance for success in any condition can always be measured by how much you trust in yourself. - Robert Collier

So says the wise man of my word. Please provide comments through if there is other wise words from you.
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How to make a good introduction

A good introduction to the delivery of your presentation is extremely important. The first minute or so sets the stage for the rest of your talk.
You should start with an upbeat, positive mood. The first impression you make lasts. You want to quickly gain the attention, interest, and respect of your audience. Your first words should be lively, interesting, clear, and simple.
Start by expressing the fact that you’re glad to be there. A statement like, “I’m glad/excited/pleased/thrilled to be here” is almost obligatory. It invites the audience to be glad that they’re there, too. Your excitement is infectious and infuses the session with your energy.
Claudyne Wilder, in the July, 2007 issue of her newsletter, “Wilder’s Presentation Points,” said the following:
“A presenter who says, ‘I know you are busy people and have many things to do. Thank you for coming.’ only reminds everyone of all the things that they aren’t doing because they are sitting and listening. Distracting the audience before the presentation even begins is hardly a positive way to begin!”
Your introduction should answer the following
  • Who are you?
  • What is your topic?
  • Why is it important?

Who are you?

If you will be introduced, re-mention your name and re-affirm the most important fact about yourself that the audience will find meaningful, such as your experience with the topic. Otherwise, provide a slightly longer introduction, but just enough to let people know why they should listen to you.

What is your topic?

Give a brief explanation of your topic, just a little longer than the title of your talk. Don’t give away the secret of your talk, but whet their appetite.

Why is it important?

Finally, tell the audience why the topic is important to them. What will they have gained by the time the talk is finished? Don’t feel shy to promise that they’ll learn something useful; they really want to know that.
The entire opening should only take a minute or two. More than that, and it becomes boring because the audience will be impatient to hear the main content of your presentation.
Lori Giovannoni, in her e-book, So You Want to Be a Speaker, says, “Your intro should be well rehearsed, clear and filled with confidence. This is not the time to stammer and stutter and hope for the best. A poor intro will drop the energy in the room and you will spend the next half hour trying to recapture it.”
Here are some other ideas for openers:
  • Ask your audience a question and ask them to raise hands in reply. For example, “How many of you regularly give presentations to small audiences of 1 to 10 people?”
  • Begin with an interesting, relevant quote. Then use that quote to launch your talk. For example, “Author and columnist Earl Wilson said, ‘If you wouldn’t write it and sign it, don’t say it.’ This gives us a clue as to how you can gain believability from your audience.”
  • Mention something another speaker said, or a current event, that is related to your presentation.
  • Start with a short, relevant personal story or experience.
When you’ve written your introduction/opening, rewrite it and edit it until you like it. Then practice giving it out loud. Practice again. Time it. Record it and listen to it. Make adjustments and practice the new version. You should be able to speak it out without looking at your notes. When you’re done, you’ll have a great opener to your presentation!

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Hai there, my name is Agung kurniawan, i like to write, read, and play, from that 3 things, i learned a lot, by writing i learned how to be independent, from reading i learned how to be more clever, and from playing i spend a lot of my time by doing this, because this hobby make my " boring " level to 0, alright now, we're going to deeper, i was born in Indonesia, In Tanjung Balai karimun at year 1997 - 31 july, Now i study at Senior high school, and that school called SMA 1 Tembilahan hulu, alright now, my favorite thing when im boring is playing guitar, it makes me feel more comfortable, making my depression Gone just like that, and music, somehow i don't know why music makes my soul flying, my ears feel soo amazing, and it's amazing because you can make your " madness " gone just like that, my favorite Singer is Adele, she's amazing and beautiful, i don't care if she's fat or something like that, i rate people at their feeling, on how can they " survive " from judges, now our conversation is getting deeper, what about girlfriend? have i ever have my love? the answer is yes, i ever got a girlfriend, but now we're broke the love, because, you know private problem, another question for me, do you have a great family?, yes, an amazing family, i love my mom, my dad, my brothers, and my sisters well sometime they are annoying but i love them ;), we're going to the bottom of the world :D, can u tell us one of your great story? sure, why not? maybe at another topic :P, alright thank you guys for reading my articles, see you next time :) bye

- Agung Kurniawan