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"Do What You Can With What You Have" - Theodore Roosevelt (Ex-USA Precident)

This is a story of mine, at the age of 32 years old some of my friends have already achieved a good profession. There some young people who have been assigned Minister, Assemblyman, and Member of parliament. 

    My point is everyone has their own time indeed. Recalling back past events, some people desire your job as a teacher but they don't get it among cousins and classmates. Even though they fail to get what they want, it is not the end of life, some of them get much better for example better job position like a lecturer through perseverance and not giving up.

     So I think everyone kind of destined with a specific role, job for them. Since that, each person has a different starting point being brought up by different family and environment so you as a person should do:

1) Do as best as possible in whatever job you are - this means that you put your 100% focus on the task you are given. Completing it giving what you have.

2) Be Better than Yesterday - keep improving every day which means identifying your weaknesses than improving it, for example, you are overweight you are getting ideal weight by getting exercise regularly. Getting fitter each day so it can keep you performing at your best. Furthering studying or attending any skills courses paid or free spend some time self-development.

3) Be grateful or count your blessing - by doing so you will appreciate what you have and want what you already have not wanted what you don't have which is tiring at some point.

4) Grabbing any good opportunities that added values. 


Faizal Nasir
Faizal Nasir

Ini adalah biografi ringkas penulis artikel. Faizal Nasir guru Sains dan Matematik sekolah menengah. Beliau telah berkhidmat selama 8 tahun di 4 buah sekolah. Berkelulusan Ijazah Sarjana Muda Pendidikan Sains dan Ijazah Sarjana Pendidikan Kimia (UPSI). Artikel ini pandangan peribadi penulis dan tidak mencerminkan pendirian mana-mana pihak.

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