Corporate czar Johari Bin Abdul Ghan thots Never lose confidence in your own self, nor change your persona or dreams to suit another
Never lose confidence in your own self, nor change your persona or dreams to suit another
The image becomes reality, especially if you are on television.It is only natural that we should all be our own favourite selves. What stops us from imbibing all the qualities that we admire and revere? Nothing but a lack of self-confidence, a doubt that perhaps we are not really as deserving as we should be. And so, we constantly look outside for approval and endorsement, ignoring the voice within that knows best. The only voice that speaks to us with reason and instinct on its side, the only voice that has no ulterior motives, which sometimes even those closest to us unintentionally have. The key about “Instant Thunder” is that action must follow word. The primary focus is Action. That means taking down all those elements either simultaneously or one after the other, in a rapid sequential move. The Media Strategy is simply to report on the Action and to give added perspective of the reasons behind the Action.
That is where they are wrong. Media strategy cannot exist in a vacuum and cannot be crafted in isolation to Action. The primary weapons of war has and will remain as Action, and any media strategy that does not recognise this premise is usually self defeating.
trade mark is crystal clear. He did it to past PMs and and most recently to Badawi. And now he is doing it to Najib. So obvious even my primary school daughter can tell it. It is obvious from his own statement and those his son, his henchmen like Kadir Jasin, Maydin and pro UMNO bloggers like Out Syed The Box… He must have lost face after his son failed in UMNO VP race. What a vicious and vindictive old man. No shame at all.The story right now is all about the attempts to undermine the PM’s rule from members of his own party. Even Bloomberg carried an opinion-editorial piece by William Pessek, their respected Tokyo based columnist, who began to cast doubt whether the Prime Minister can sustain an all out assault by Dr Mahathir’s faction.
Former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad It is unfortunate that UMNO has been let down by its own leader, while there are still some good people within the party who have no option but to stoop down to such a mediocre leader. More importantly, Najib style of divisive politics will only create more chasms and divide .More importantly,Popular anarchy always has a socio-economic context.Instead of repressing it and remaining as a submissive, corrupt democratic nation – where even judiciary has turned corrupt – the state needs to address the real reasons for this mass contempt for the law. We are surrounded by people trying to undermine our self-confidence. I find it a sin beyond redemption when I see people change their natural selves or kill their dreams to suit another. I cannot stand it when I see eyes that seek the endorsement of another, sometimes after every sentence that is spoken. some of the issues that the PM faces. Some like the rise in consumer prices are present today. Others like a potential regional crisis still remains a potential scenario. The key however is to develop a media strategy that is resilient against both the present and the future.
The strategy works by re-orientating the thinking of the enemy. The enemy is no longer considered as a single entity but rather as a system. In this systems based approach, the PM has to consider the system as being the set of interactions which includes wholesalers who raise prices indiscriminately, opposition media armies (“red bean army”) that fan racial and religious sentiment, pro-Umno bloggers under the influence of certain luminaries who are critical of the PM, corruption in the law enforcement department and lastly a general malaise in the government.
Difficult yes, but not impossible. As we step into 2014, let us chart our own moral and ethical compass. Let us give up bothering about what people will say, or what the world will think. We can be our own judges, and compete with nobody else but our own selves. Let us allow ourselves to dream big, believe in that dream, and aspire for it. Let us resolve to start walking towards our dream with a no-nonsense walk, self-assured voice and eyes that exude confidence – all these serve to surround us with an invincible winner’s aura that attracts all good things. And then, who can stop us from becoming our own favourite persons?