16 October 2008

::45 degree angle::

was reading a milestone chart kat sini ...

Ziyyad will be 3 month old this coming 28/09/08 (tengah window shopping tengok play mat/play gym untuk si ketot tu tadi..weyheyyy...seronok..tunggu gaji,bulan depan,nanti saya beli!)

bagus ada internet shopping ni,sambil buat keje,sambil shopping sambil blogging..wahahaha!

ok,sudah merepek.

according carta tersebut,supposedly Ziyyad can lift his head at a 45 degree angle
(haruskah saya meletakkan protactor tiap kali dia mengangkat kepala???? +P )

dan dia dah patutnya boleh roll over from tummy to back

tapi sekarang ini dia boleh mengiring..(Yay! for Ziyyad...kat umah nenet dulu mama long,achu fiqah and umie chik siap cheer Ziyyad supaya dia boleh roll over,tang punggung tu berat sikit...keskeskes)

dan masa check up nurse semalam,nurse tu ada tanya

"anak dah boleh buat apa sekarang?dah boleh pusing?"

dan sejak pada hari itu

saya menonton (ye,menonton.) Ziyyad..kot2 ada keajaiban berlaku

saya harus memberi rangsangan untuk dia develop

hoh!cepatlah GAJI!

p/s::have to reduce reading other people blog yg banyak guna barang2 high end dan mahal2 belaka,bukan saya DENGKI cuma takut saya jadi orang tak bersyukur,kerana asyik compare "apasal lah aku tak kaya/banyak duit macam si polan bin/bt si polan ni"...

8 ::tingTong:::

erlyda said...

yer..btol tu kiter patut bersyukur dengan aper yang kiter ader n aper yang kita mampu..

Arin said...

suka tgk kalau baby dok cubaan nak mengiring..bersungguh2 kalau dia nak buat..

Elyn said...

dilla smlm wafiq blaja nk sentuh bende.... akak mcm xcited plak tgk die.... die bule buat muke rilek je ekekekekek

tu la hari2 keje x nmpk apa perkembangan baby sendiri.... ter emo plak skang ni!!! huhuh

azzamoro said...

betul jugak..mcm mane nak kire sudut time dia angkat kepala eh..musykil..hihi..

airyll dah boleh toleh kiri kanan dan kepala dah tegak bile org dukung dia. ziyyad dah boleh belum? i belum surf lagi development pasal baby. takut my bby terlambat jerk.. huhu

Anasfadilah said...

erlyda::syukur syukur syukur ya Allah..nyanyi macam nasyeed raihan tu

kak arin::tu la,Ziyyad bersungguh-sugguh nak pusing,tapi montot itu banyak berat la

kak elyn::kita yg xcited ka elyn..baby tu selumber je...:)

azza::kepala Ziyyad kalau dukung,tak stabil sangat..adaka saya patut risau?

azzamoro said...

saya pun tak tau la. kite kene merujuk pd yang pakar ni.. hihi

kakLuna said...

berkaitan yang hang tulis kat P/S tu..akak nak share artikel ni...

article by young millionaire

Some of you may already know that I travel around the region pretty frequently, having to visit and conduct seminars at my offices in Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand and Suzhou (China). I am in the airport almost every other week so I get to bump into many people who have attended my seminars or have read my books.

Recently, someone came up to me on a plane to KL and looked rather shocked. He asked, 'How come a millionaire like you is travelling economy?' My reply was, 'That's why I am a millionaire.' He still looked pretty confused. This again confirms that greatest lie ever told about wealth (which I wrote about in my latest book 'Secrets of Self Made Millionaires'). Many people have been brainwashed to think that millionaires have to wear Gucci, Hugo Boss, Rolex, and sit on first class in air travel. This is why so many people never become rich because the moment that earn more money, they think that it is only natural that they spend more, putting them back to square one.

The truth is that most self-made millionaires are frugal and only spend on what is necessary and of value. That is why they are able to accumulate and multiply their wealth so much faster. Over the last 7 years, I have saved about 80% of my income while today I save only about 60% (because I have my wife, mother in law, 2 maids, 2 kids, etc. to support). Still, it is way above most people who save 10% of their income (if they are lucky).I refuse to buy a first class ticket or to buy a $300 shirt because I think that it is a complete waste of money. However, I happily pay $1,300 to send my 2-year old daughter to Julia Gabriel Speech and Drama without thinking twice.

When I joined the YEO (Young Entrepreneur's Organization) a few years back (YEO is an exclusive club open to those who are under 40 and make over $1m a year in their own business) I discovered that those who were self-made thought like me. Many of them with net worths well over $5m, travelled economy class and some even drove Toyota's and Nissans (not Audis,Mercs, BMWs).

I noticed that it was only those who never had to work hard to build their own wealth (there were also a few ministers' and tycoons' sons in the club) who spent like there was no tomorrow. Somehow, when you did not have to build everything from scratch, you do not really value money. This is precisely the reason why a family's wealth (no matter how much) rarely lasts past the third generation. Thank God my rich dad (oh no! I sound like Kiyosaki) foresaw this terrible possibility and refused to give me a cent to start my business.

Then some people ask me, 'What is the point in making so much money if you don't enjoy it?' The thing is that I don't really find happiness in buying branded clothes, jewellery or sitting first class. Even if buying something makes me happy it is only for a while, it does not last. Material happiness never lasts, it just give you a quick fix. After a while you feel lousy again and have to buy the next thing which you think will make you happy. I always think that if you need material things to make you happy, then you live a pretty sad and unfulfilled life.

Instead, what make ME happy is when I see my children laughing and playing and learning so fast. What makes me happy is when I see by companies and trainers reaching more and more people every year in so many more countries. What makes me really happy is when I read all the emails about how my books and seminars have touched and inspired someone's life. What makes me really happy is reading all your wonderful posts about how this BLOG is inspiring you. This happiness makes me feel really good for a long time, much much more than what a Rolex would do for me.

I think the point I want to put across is that happiness must come from doing your life's work (be in teaching, building homes, designing, trading, winning tournaments etc.) and the money that comes is only a by-product.

If you hate what you are doing and rely on the money you earn to make you happy by buying stuff, then I think that you are living a life of meaningless.

Anasfadilah said...

kak luna:;happyness,priceless..

thank you so much pasal artikel ni.. :))