Wednesday, April 26, 2006
So the AGM was just over last Sunday. As expected, with the exception of 3 new EXCO members, there were no further changes to the line up.
With this minimal "cabinet reshuffle", I do not forsee any radical changes to the work culture that BGF is used to.
And it is this culture of "everything also I want to do and I must do it my way because it is the way that it has been done all this while" that will eventually bring the organization to a standstill and no further progression.
Thursday, April 13, 2006
Somebody with NBTD designed a page to capture my password and now I can't access my yahoo email. F@#$%^#$&%
Therefore, please redirect your emails to:
nskhoo AT gmail DOT com
nskhoons AT yahoo DOT com
And if you receive any emails from firstname.lastname@example.org, please ignore and delete!
Friday, April 07, 2006
Thursday, April 06, 2006
It's interesting to note HOW someone thinks. Especially if one has knowledge on NLP and the infamous eye-movement modalities.
During a friendly interview session, the interviewer asked me questions which normal interviewers do. About my past challenges, my current strengths, the expectations I have for a career, etc.
And interestingly, everytime I was constructing sentences to answer the questions, I consciously knew that I was shifting my eyes to my upper left (Visual Recall), which according to the NLP literature meant that I was accessing my memories. But here's the cool thing. I was not recalling any answer. I was making those answers up on-the-fly. And logically I would categorize that under Visual Constructed.
Alex pointed out that maybe I was recalling certain words and phrases, or picturing how the word would look like when spelt out. Maybe I was indeed recalling whether or not I have used these phrases in my daily communications (verbal or email).
So, there's another tip for you to look out for when providing answers to your potential interviewers. Look up left :P