Sunday, January 24, 2010

my essay for MIS subject.. haha

When I was a child, I always dream about becoming a lawyer. I find a career as a lawyer is very fascinating because of the attire and the confidence. However, God had a better plan for me; I ended up joining UiTM’s business school instead of the law school. I was very frustrated because I wanted to become a lawyer so badly. I cried for days but my parents were very supportive and they said to give it a go at business. I reluctantly agreed but I managed to finish my diploma in business studies in 2003.

I hated math ever since I was little. I have to struggle to pass the mathematic subjects. I passed the final examination with 3.21 which I think was suffice to my laziness back then because I have no interest at all in business. But, I still pursued my degree in international business in UiTM Melaka and graduated with a 3.18 cgpa. The reason I wanted pursue degree in International Business because I wanted to become a business consultant. Within 10 years I see myself as an established business consultant. I want to set up my own consulting firm and help organizations improve their performance, primarily through the analysis of existing business problems and development of plans for improvement. I see management consulting has huge potential as far as business opportunity is concerned.

But, in order to become business consultant, experience is very crucial. Experience is the best teacher of all in consulting. How to consult people if I only learn it from the book? Of course, I have to work in a Multinational corporation to gain knowledge and experience in business field. Maybe after 5 years or so, I will become a manager and I will pursue my PHD. I am very sure that people will go for a business consultant who has a doctorate in the field rather than those who only graduated with MBA. Why business consultant? The answer is simple, it is because business consultants are respected and relied upon in every industry in every country. Consultants are admired for both their expertise and their independence. Imagine having a high paying career where executives turn to me for direction in running their businesses. As a business consultant I will help businesses and other organizations identify problems, and I will recommend solutions to those problems.

According to research from Harvard Business School, the business consulting industry generates about $100 billion in annual revenues from U.S. consultants. Especially in a slow economy, companies need business consultants to help them increase revenues and cut costs. In catching up with the advanced technologies nowadays, I will do an online consultation for clients from oversea. Not only I have a firm in real world but I also can get in touch to my potential clients virtually.

Saturday, January 09, 2010

good food only in malacca!

anyway these pics are old. i was so bored being left alone at home today so i browsed the "Malacca" folder and found them! miss malacca and its good food!!

irresistible banana pancake at limau2 cafe

grilling time

at seoul garden. eat u all can!

delicious cendol @ jonker 88



Tuesday, January 05, 2010

what a hectic week...

my semester began not so smoothly.. since i dropped two subjects last sem which was a stupid action.. i should've dropped HR only not HR and ACC both! now i face problems when my classes clash. damn. im thinking of taking HR and ACC this sem together with other 5 subjects. but wait, i have applied business research proposal to be done too this sem. fuck. im stucked. i wanna grad on time with my classmates but its irrational to take 7 subjects + ABR this sem! some of my frens got B- for ECO and now they have to take the subject again. me+ 7 subjects? u gotta be kidding me. the new coordinator is so strict, she didnt allow us to join evening track classes because uitm doesnt have a free flow registration. fuck it,. we pay u rm3k every sem, what, the amount is so little compare to other universities so thats why u treat us like shit??