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View Poll Results: Vote for the best tips!
Top 5 tips to appear smarter than you are 3 25.00%
Top 5 tips to live a successful life 2 16.67%
Top 5 general tips for weight loss 1 8.33%
Top 5 Tips to Start Learning a New Language Effectively 3 25.00%
Top 5 Tips To Increasing the Chances of a "YES" for for Her to Agree on First Date With You 2 16.67%
Top 5 tips to prepare for your future while in school 6 50.00%
Top 5 Tips To Be Popular At Work 4 33.33%
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Old 25th January 2013, 09:29 AM   #1 (permalink)
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'Top 5 Tips' Contest!

Everyone here knows something better than many other members on this forum. So let's share our own personal tips based on own-life experiences in this contest!

Write a short article with title starting with the following 3 words:

Top 5 Tips _____________________

Eg.
Top 5 tips to learning the guitar
Top 5 tips to finding a seat at hawker centre

I will shortlist the finalists and winner will be decided through an open poll!

Prizes
1st prize: $50 cash
2nd & 3rd prize: $5 cash


Rules:
1. Article must be original. Any number of words. Submit the article as a post in this thread.
2. Finalists will be decided based on originality, quality of content and interest.
3. Closing date: 3 Feb 13, 2359H
4. We reserve the right to cancel this contest if there are less than 10 entries.

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Top 5 tips to appear smarter than you are

Wrongly associating certain traits with intelligence is a common occurrence. Not too long ago this issue even caused a conflict to ensue on our very own soil. Depending on your very own intelligence caliber, this may be a fortunate or frustrating issue for you. If you belong to the former category (like me), here’re 5 tips to make you seem smarter than you really are by the general eyes.

5. Learn the Rubik’s cube

If everyone’s honest about why they’re unable to solve the Rubik’s cube, it would be that they’re lazy. There are thousand and one websites dedicated in helping you solve that thing. It’s even easier if you can get someone to teach you. But mainly due to not wanting to put in the effort, many brush it off as ‘I don’t have the intelligence to do so’. It has since become a stereotype that only the intelligent ones that are able to solve it, which works in your advantage (if you’re reading this, anyway). On top of that, the Rubik’s cube, given its popularity, has a relative common appearance. Learn to solve it in under a minute and it’ll definitely be of some use, some day.

4. Pay attention to quotes from movies

Not as easy as item number 5, I fear by Bane , but this does not make it any less of a machete to you intelligence thicket by Jack Sparrow . If you can pick up quirky quotes just by watching a film once, it must mean a lot about your ability to pick up stuff quickly – except that it doesn’t. All you need is to pay slightly more attention during the show. This works better if it’s a new film which quotes are still embedded somewhere in the subconscious of the other party. On top of that, making reference during regular conversation makes it much more interesting too.

3. Do well in school

Academic grades – at lower levels, at least – is not really an indication of intelligence. What it really discerns, I believe, is how disciplined a student is from another student. The hardworking ones will end up doing well; the intelligent ones may not – perhaps because even his teacher lacked the ability to comprehend the intelligence within his answer.

Yet, ability to do well in school is almost always correlated to intelligence. With or without good reasons, I do not know, and dare not assert. In any case, study hard to top the class once every couple of tests. This will almost guarantee you to be regarded to be intelligent, when what you really are is a disciplined student. Intrinsically, this works well too, because having good grades is always a good thing.

2. Selectively learn obscure facts

Pay particular attention to facts that are not well known, and yet revolve around things that are common. One example would be facts on the psychology of color, because color is part of our everyday life. For example, when your friend is choosing between shirts of different color, suggest blue while letting him know that blue calms one down and may be a good color for presentation. This works best if the facts are supported by empirical evidences. Another example of such topic may be non-verbal cues. Throw in your knowledge when doing a group analysis. In addition on making you look smarter than you really are, this improves your knowledge as well – bonus!

1. Do not repeatedly assert that you are intelligent

People will not endorse your intelligence just because you repeatedly assert it like a parrot. It will come as a by-product if you do your things right. Modesty is a sign of excellence as well, because to be modest, you need to know how good you really are (Psychology Today, 201…1?). Lie low, be patient, and practice modesty: someday you’ll come off as being intelligent – and a better person to be with, too!


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Top 5 tips to be a better moderator

Nothing sucks more than a moderator who runs around with a blunt instrument right? Because when you are holding a hammer, everything looks like a nail. If you wish to be a better moderator, or wish to learn something before joining our volunteer moderator program, here are some tips that will make your life easier no matter which forum you moderate in:

5. Be familiar with the rules

This bears repeating first and foremost, because people tend to join a forum and not read the forum rules. And for the most part, by clicking on the "register" or "I agree" button, you are already bound by a 'contract' to obey the forum rules and avoid trouble. So for the beginning moderator/to-be, you have to know what are the rules you are enforcing to avoid embarassing (or troublesome) mistakes.

4. Do not follow the rules blindly.

Most forums do not have their terms and conditions written like legal documents and as such do contain many grey areas and loopholes. A good moderator must never take the rules so literally that there is simply no room for a more neutral or beneficial resolution to a situation. Consider how the effect of a member's behavior has as an impact on the rest of the community. If that behavior is relatively harmless and does not have as big an impact as initial impressions turn out to be, it could be a better idea to close an eye (and keep the other eye) and move on.

3. Always go for the gentlest of interpretations of the rules

People make mistakes, that much is a fact. Moderators can afford to take it easy on first/second time offenders, especially when there is enough judgment or proof that the infraction was a genuine mistake or a slip of the moment. When someone makes a mistake and is aware of it, and when apologies had been given or are about to be given, that person would have been punished enough emotionally. There is no need to add fuel to the fire.

2. Be merciless against those who are out for trouble.

Tip 3 is particularly on the "light side", so how do you deal with people who insist on trying to screw around? Be firm. If despite repeated warnings the same infractions were committed, it is time to take more drastic action. If you are unable to execute without getting emotional or personal about it, get another moderator to do it for you.

1. Before you do anything involving your duties as a moderator, Communicate First

Communication is a two-way street. You must really find out all there is to know about an incident before a judgment call can be made. You do not simply communicate with the person in question, talk to other members involved in the incident, refer your findings to a senior moderator or a fellow moderator, ask their opinion, get a really good grasp of the situation before you make the call. Because most of the time, once you make a call, it really cannot be taken back without screwing up bigger than you think.

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haha. we are off to a nice start. hope to see more interesting tips

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Top 5 tips to live a successful life:




1. Results is not the key but the process. Some will say to set a target for the result. But the key is to set, plan and carry out the process REQUIRED to reach that target.

2. There are two type of failures in the world, one is people who failed and did not go to look back at where they failed the other is people who succeed and never go back to look at why they succeed. If they don't look back at how they succeed, they will never know what are the requirements in succeeding

3. Never give up and always continue to pick yourself up in positivity. This is known commonly to almost everyone but not many carried this out hence failing.

4. Right character and attitude. Even if you hate you office and work place, continue to work there and give your fullest effort. Don't go around gossiping, scheming, cheating but putting a nice attitude so that the atmosphere around you will be pleasant and the people around will fill good and therefore understanding you more.

5. Have good values and integrity. Don't cheat or do unlawful stuffs even if they are small crimes or whatever. You don't want all these bad doings to haunt you taking away your happiness. Success is not always about finance. It's about happiness in the joy of succeeding. So whatever job you are in strive to give it your best and rise up to the top with good integrity and honor.

All this all this values my father had taught me not just quoting from a book. My father experience downfalls but did this and now he successfully living his life in happiness.


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Top 5 general tips for weight loss

#1 Do not skip breakfast

Always have breakfast if you can, and regular low calorie snacks throughout the day. Keeping your hunger at bay will prevent overeating. Limit your sweet drink intake as sugar is just empty carbohydrates. Serve your food on a smaller plate ( I use a bowl ) so that it looks cramped and filled to the brim , or when dining out, put half of the meal in a take home box immediately. Out of sight is better than in sight.


#2 Work out for no less that 45 minutes, 4-5 days a week.

Exercise and watch less TV. If the task of losing weight still seems a bit daunting, try a few things first, then increase the tips and tricks.Try jogging and running on a regular basis( around your neighbourhood) , and bleacher miles, and hiking ( Bukit timah hill with your family ) and swimming ( less pressure on joints ) all are good cardio and fat burners!

#3 Drink plenty of water

Drinking a lot of makes you lose water weight because if you're constantly putting water into your body, your body won't store it .Drinking 8 cups of water daily can help you shed about 10kilograms annually. Tip: drink water before and during your meals to prevent from over eating!

#4 Reduce your pork intake during CNY!

Reduce your intake of pork. Pork is not something that can help you to lose weight. So the lesser pork you eat the better chances you have of losing weight. And remember that pork includes the pork products as well, things like bacon, ham and sausages. Watch your fat intake. Each fat gram contains 9 calories so by reading the total calories on a food and knowing the quantity of fat, you can estimate the % of fat, which should in no way exceed 30% of the food.

#5 No carbs after 6pm

Yes, because you can't work off the food you eat, so that builds up fat. Basically a diet sabotage.

Eat smart, Train hard, Sleep tight.

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Top 5 Tips to Start Learning a New Language Effectively

5. Accept every language is different

There are almost 7,000 languages in the world, and every language is different. Accept that fact. That’s the beauty of languages. Every language differs from others – through its grammar, vocabulary, script etc. English uses the Latin alphabet, Korean uses Hangeul; Mandarin does not have verb tenses, German has six.

When learning a new language, start with its script. Learn its script. You cannot keep falling back to what you are comfortable with. You are not learning Japanese if you know what is “Sayonara” but cannot read “さよなら”.

In Korean, 까 is transliterated as kka, 가 as ga, 카 as ka. Tell me, as an English speaker, how would you differentiate those sounds? It is almost impossible to get them right if you pronounce it by its Latin transliteration. My point is – learn the script first before anything else – you will be better off that way.

4. Discard your phrase books, vocab lists and dictionaries

You know what are the worst books around when you are starting to learn a new language? Those “phrase books”, “learn the language in 100 days”, “200 useful words”. These are never going to make you improve. Any linguists can tell you, grammar is a set of principles or rules that combines meaningless utterances into meaningful phrases and sentences. Those books are never gonna teach you proper grammar. You will end up with tonnes of useless words but never be able to form a proper sentence.

Discard all those books. They are meant for tourists who have no intentions of learning the language at all. Invest in a proper book or class.

As for learning vocabulary, you should never depend on your vocabulary list - those with a long list of new words and its corresponding meaning in English, those with “fruits” as the title and 100 different names of fruits. Discard them all. They will make you remember – perhaps – but you will never be able to use them in a natural and correct way. Language is flexible and constantly revolving; do not remember vocabulary using such a long list. Instead, for every new word, search online for its uses, sentences which uses it, try to form sentences on your own using that word… That way you learn better.

You should never memorise from dictionaries. Dictionaries are meant for you to check out the meaning of a word. Not to learn word after word from there.

3. Immerse yourself, and practise, practise, practise.

Language is constantly changing and many words that exist in one language may not exist in another. Immerse yourself into the language and culture. Learn through the language and do not fall back to your native language. “비빔밥” is translated to bibimbap in English and you will probably never know what it is, unless you have tried it before. Language is not something dead, it is intertwined with culture, entertainment, food, society, politics, sports etc. You would not have learnt a language if you disregard those aspects.

So what should you do? Immerse yourself and practise! When learning say, Mandarin, do not merely follow your book, learn grammar and vocabulary. Listen to Mandarin songs, watch Mandarin dramas, read up about Chinese culture and at the same time, practise and learn new grammar and vocabulary during the course.

No improvement will be made in silence. Keep practicing – speak it, write it, listen to it, and even think it. So many websites out there offer practicing opportunities. Try lang-8.com, you write a short passage in the language you are learning, and get help from natives; conversely help those learning your native language!

2. Don’t impose grammatical rules on yourself

Language rules should be descriptive and prescriptive. Do not feel bounded strictly by grammatical rules. These rules are meant to guide you along and not to bind you to a rigid set of protocols. Be daring to make mistakes and be corrected. Learn from that.

Many Chinese textbooks introduce “了” as a ‘past tense marker’, when it is obviously not the case – Chinese has no tenses! Be flexible, you can disregard tenses in Chinese. You don’t have to think in the same way as English!

My point is, every language has different grammatical patterns and rules. So instead of trying to find an equivalent in your native language, try to develop a sense of how a native uses that tense and try it out your own.

1. Move forward, challenge yourself

One of the most common problems new learners encounter is, they stop halfway, trying to re-read everything they have learnt. They feel uneasy because of the amount of new grammar and vocabulary they have learnt. And they feel reluctant to move ahead because they feel they haven’t had enough practice or haven’t fully grasped the things taught and learnt earlier, even when they had.

Don’t be.

Stop to review, yes, and then move forward. Don’t hesitate to learn new things and challenge yourself. If you really think you need to stop and review and practise, use a different source. No point repeatingly going through the same book, same text, same sample sentences. Try online – there are so many websites dedicated to new learners. They will improve you.

Also challenge yourself, don’t be afraid to read texts or listen to conversations of a slightly higher level than where you are at. It encourages you to figure out the meaning and nuances of new vocab and grammar, and it facilitates learning. You remember better that way too, rather than having to learn from a strict regime in your class or book.

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Top 5 Tips To Increasing the Chances of a "YES" for for Her to Agree on First Date With You

It's been said that it is easiest to answer questions that merits a "Yes" or "No" or "I don't know." answer. This is quite true. It gets all too easy for a woman to turn down a date from someone she barely knows.

I am no dating guru but I will reveal what the 5 tips that can increase the likelihood of a woman saying 'yes' to meet you in person for the very first time. (This could also work for women if they are the ones to ask guys out!)

1. TAKE GENUINE INTEREST IN HER
If you have known her on some website or on Facebook or Twitter, never ask any thing that is easily found in her profile. There is nothing worser than a woman feeling as if she was not worth the trouble for you to find the info in her profile.

2. RESPECT HER NEED FOR PRIVACY
If age is not mentioned in her profile, NEVER ask for her age. Afterall, were you expecting to date someone as gorgeous as Miss Singapore World? (I am not saying there aren't any gorgeous women out there but the average women dislike being compared to their own sisters and other beauty queens.)

If a woman has expressed that she is uncomfortable giving out certain information about herself or family, do not push it. No one, including you, should feel pressured to release any private information about him/herself.

3. SHOW HER YOU ARE A GENTLEMAN
Although this is obvious, always be grateful and courteous when your date replies or return your calls. It shows the woman you are a gentlemen.

4. RELAX, NOT PRESSURIZE HER
Do not rush into meeting her, take time to know her. If it's her birthday and she did not inform you nor invite you to her birthday dinner for example, be gracious and send her a birthday greeting.

5. BE CLEAR AND TRANSPARENT, NOT JUST INTERESTING
Fifthly and perhaps the most important action that skyrockets the probability of her saying YES to meeting you for the first time by as much as 70%, is to be clear and transparent in the kind of activity your date should expect when she spends time with you. Think of your asking her out as a party invite - what's needed?

Date, Place of Meeting, What You Both will be doing (lunch/dinner, attend flea market, go cinema, karaoke, etc?)

And if that doesn't work, ask if it's the activity that does not appeal or if the timing of the event does not fit into her schedule. You will get closer to a successful first date the next time you ask her for a date again.

If you're footing an expense for your date, perhaps there is nothing to "declare". But if you expect to go dutch, mention it first and ask your date if it is ok.

Ok, I know that is more than 5 tips but I hope you benefit from my tips.


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Top 5 tips in searching for a job online.

There are more firms these days that place a job vacancy position online than they do via conventional methods.

There are many websites and many different jobs. How do we effectively and efficiently hunt for our dream job?

1.) Prepare your resume/CV before hand

In most of the job search website, you would need to register a profile and to fill up all the details that had been provided. Having your resume/CV prepared before you even register your profile would means that you would save time when keying in your details into the site form. A bad planning would means stuck in doing the form for the next few days instead of starting to hunt for job.

2.) Make use of the daily alert function.

For most of the job search portal, there will be a daily alert function that would help to send a list of the jobs that would be suitable to the user based on their search criteria. It would help the users to save time by filtering right to the job type that they wanted. The downside is that it would send to the user at a certain time of the day, so anything that is after the cut off time would be send to you the next day. There would also be times where those jobs that meet your requirement are not been included due to the fact employer had placed them under the wrong section.

3.) Use the search function when searching on the job portal.

It would help not to waste time by filtering via search function in the job portal. It will narrow down to what you want in term of the industries, the job type, the level in position, the scheme of employment and in some cases the location of the employer. The time saved could be used to hunt for jobs online on the other job portals.

4.) Do daily job hunt online.

Some of us have the habit of doing it when we are free. Like for an example, once a week and backtrack to the day that I had last hunted. This is not a good thing to do as some of the job may only be placed for a very short time due to urgency or some other reasons that are unknown to us. By doing a daily online job hunt, we will only need to spend less than an hour a day to do what is needed instead of spending a few hour in a day hunting for job which is really boring.

5.) Always refer and backtrack your job hunting history.

When contacted either by email or by call, they will arrange for an interview. It will not be likely that you will remember the company or the job description of the job that you had apply for. Just arrange a date with them and when you are able to access to the computer, take the time to go back to the job application history to have a look. You should be able to find which company or which job that you are apply for based on the history.

Remember these 5 tips would help you to take a shorter time and a smoother task to hunt for a job online.

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Top 5 tips for swimming

1) Exhale underwater
Exhale while your head is submerged rather than out of the water . By doing so, you're maximizing the amount of oxygen you inhale when you come out to breathe. Exhale at a constant rate through your nose and inhale through your mouth. If you don't exhale, the carbon dioxide builds up in your lungs and you'd be panicking for air.

2) Streamline, not effort
This is very particular in the disciplines of the front crawl. Instead of using more energy to propel yourself, try to position your body in a more streamline manner. This way, you can actually propel further with lesser effort. This is also why your body should be straight in freestyle and in the breaststroke glide as well.

3) Improving
You should do sprint swims and long distance swims alternately. By doing so, your body won't to adapt to just one form of swimming and hence you'll be able to constantly improve. For long distance swims, oatmeal and a banana is an ideal breakfast before you start your swim, giving you increased flexibility and energy for your swim.

4)Breaststroke
As commonly perceived, the breaststroke outward arm sweep looks as if one is trying to form a snow angel . However, that is wrong . Your elbows should be bent and near the surface, followed by pulling your palms towards your chest. By doing so, you're giving yourself ample time to inhale.

5) Butterfly
This is the most difficult stroke, as it consumes the most energy as well as being the hardest to master. As you push your arms towards your hips, make sure your hands are parallel to your spine as this would reduce the amount of drag experienced when you bring your arms forward for the recovery. Also, use only your quads and your toes for the kick, do not use the sheen area, as it only creates more drag

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Top 5 tips to prepare for your future while in school

School is not just a place for learning, school is a place to prepare you for life outside of it. So it really upsets me and even confuses me, when I observe that many people in school do not know how to prepare for the future. Some claim that some advice given to them means a reduction of "life" or adds to their "burdens", but really, if you cannot handle this now in school you really cannot expect to handle the after-school part of your life.

These tips are not restricted to certain stages of education, you can be taking your PSLE this year or your A levels this year, these tips help you anyway. And if you had not started on some of them, it is still not too late to start, because you're still in school.

So get down to them.

5. Keep all documents that describe your achievements and extra-curricular activities.

One of the most shocking things in my life was knowing that some youngsters throw those certificates away. Now given our culture and way we do things in Singapore, you can be damn sure whatever trophies, and prizes that show you that you are the champion or the top 3 or 5 will definitely be kept, but the other stuff that just awards you with certificates of participation and other less impressive stuff should not be tossed out too. These documents are literally a record of how much exposure and diversification of experience you've had while in school.

And I know that trophies are slowly becoming a thing of the past, because it's expensive to commission and it takes up loads of space. Most sporting events would give you medals now, some give you certificates as well. Keep them. For physical objects, take a digital photograph and store them somewhere safe.

Make plenty of scanned copies of your certificates, make sure they are scanned and printed in real high quality images. Keep the soft copies somewhere safe. Keep the originals papers all in 1 designated folder (laminate them to protect them if you wish, I do recommend it) and keep it somewhere safe. If you take them out, you better put them right back where they belong. Keep all the scanned and printed copies on another folder (or the same folder) too.

Because here is the thing, you can attach images onto your word document resume, and some companies have portals that let you upload your stuff up too, having the images handy is really handy. And all companies that interview you will highly likely want you to come down with your original certificates so they can verify your stuff. When you go down with the original AND zapped pieces, you can offer both sets. Make you seem sincere and serious in wanting that job in the future. The administration staff or HR executive would also appreciate one less job to do when interviewing you (zapping your originals).

4. Have your resume on standby and keep updating them as you go along.

No first draft of resumes will be perfect, and starting one early helps you organize the way you present yourself. You'll go through draft after draft of resumes, even having several versions specifically written for certain specialized jobs or industries. Because how you present your most attractive skills and abilities out of your pool of skills and abilities is the make and break factor on your CV. So practice practice practice. And while you study, you'll no doubt encounter additional tips and resources on resume writing, so having some experience lets you critically evaluate that additional material and incorporate the good stuff onto your ever-changing drafts.

3. Join a club/CCA/whatever. Even if you do not plan to achieve anything.

I know people who keep yapping about how having excellent CCA points helps when it comes to cut-off points or appealing to go to a better course/school. That is not the point.

The main point is to learn skills, gain knowledge or build yourself. Here is the breakdown of what you can get from the various clubs and societies etc:

Sports Teams - Sure not everyone can be a champion, but that don't mean you gain nothing from it. First off you get extra physical fitness training and lessons at school beyond your PE classes. Physically you are definitely in better shape than those who do not belong to such a team, assuming that you guys do not train outside of school. For the dudes, NS is coming, train yourself. For the ladies, I don't have to say much.

Uniform Groups - Quite physically demanding, but what you really gain a lot from it is organizational, leadership and teamwork skills. Not to mention discipline. You learn that you are not just responsible for yourself, but you are part of a team and thus all of you must look after each other as well. But you gain discipline, and that is important.

Clubs and societies - The knowledge and skills you gain here vary and are all equally useful. Even being a librarian lets you have an idea of how much paperwork and administrative duties are involved in something relatively simple as upkeeping a library. If you are in a computer club, you know what you are getting out of it. Drama? Good foundation for anything that requires communication skills (which is everything, I'll talk about that later). There are too many clubs and societies here to name their advantages, but suffice to say, pretty much any CCA you join instills discipline and pushes you to commit your time and effort within and without your curriculum. Multitasking may be difficult, but these skills acquired young gives you more time to practice and get better at it.

2. Have good relationships not just with your peers, but your teachers and other staff.

Now I know you "introverts" are going to hate what I say, but you really really need to build the ability to have a meaningful relationship with people around you in school. This is not a popularity contest, this is an attempt to leave a lasting memory in the minds of your peers and teachers and everyone else because you have no idea when or if you need to reconnect that relationship back or require their help. And here is the reality: Life, especially working adult life, is never going to give you the luxury of letting you work quietly and in peace all alone and stuff. You will never be given the luxury of having "an inviolable personal space". You can have a semblance of that at school sure, but you get too comfortable with it, when you step out you'll have your comfort zone rocked so hard, you will be in agony.

And for the rest of you who are all "Ew my peers are all so stupid and immature and I cannot connect with them." or "Nah my teachers are stupid, can't teach for shit, and don't earn the respect they think they deserve, why should I make an effort on my part?" Get over yourself

Really, get over yourself. Because if you do not use this period of your life where you can really build your foundation for your adult life, you will find yourself severely disadvantaged. This world, no matter what country you are in, not connecting with people because you have the messed up "elitist" or "picky" attitude just means you're going to be unsupported and isolated.

Let me break it down to you why you should keep a good relationship with people around you:

Teachers and other adults - When they like you, and you do well and score some achievements, they are the group of people who will be giving you your earliest collections of appraisal letters and letters of recommendation. This is more and more important as you get into higher tier education. Your lecturers will provide some of the biggest career boosts with their letters of recommendation. They carry weight far heavier than just an "Excellent Conduct" on your report book. They are literally staking their professional reputation to vouch for you when you use them for an interview, or to get a scholarship, or get anything where the more people can speak for you, the better your chances of success gets. You really want to have these people on your side, and to do so, you need to build a good relationship with them, and do well for them to place that faith and trust in you as well.

Fellow students and peers - Ever since graduating, I have been invited to at least 2 weddings a year from ex-classmates. From Primary School to University classmates. I attend all of them, because you can expect a mini-reunion whenever you go to such events. You get to reconnect, get updates on how everyone is doing. You may never know when one of your ex-classmates has set up his/her own business and is hiring. And if you are currently unemployed at that time this is a good shot to get a job. If you have built up a good relationship and impression with them back in the school days, the odds of getting in, sometimes without formal interviews and stuff, rocket up.

Or what if you want to start your own business? Or you are a salesperson trying to find leads? These people are your best bet to find a capable team or potential customers. And even better if you had taken the effort to maintain that relationship even when you guys graduated and are leading your own separate lives. These connections help you immensely even if you are not using them for work purposes. Simply having friends of your age-group is awesome for your social life, and your social circle remains big as well.

And frankly, if you are building those interpersonal skills and communication ability from young, you will do far better when you are out there at work, where people are less likely to be more forgiving or accommodating than when you are in school. This is the adult playground, and not doing well with functioning with others at the junior playground means less success when you upgrade to the adult playground.

It does not matter even if you genuinely believe that your current peers are shit. Ask yourself if it is your ego that is hindering you, or there are genuine concerns. Are any of those two potential reasons going to hinder you from growing as a person? And who knows? Maybe when you manage to get over your ego and interact with your peers at their level, you might learn that you had been wrong about them from the start. You can jolly well take a look at what their hobbies mean to them instead of just dismissing them as garbage and never take a look at it. You can learn something about it. Everything has the potential to teach you something. If your ego is blocking you from learning and growing, deal with it.

I really cannot stress how important learning and practicing communication skills while at school will do you so much good later in life. Even if you're not going to be a salesperson, the very fact that no position in a workplace is exempt from communicating with others means that the better you get at communication, the easier your life is going to be.

1. Do not be afraid of failure. Try and learn from it. Celebrate failure as much as you celebrate your success.

This isn't some Thomas "I tested many light bulbs" Edison motivational preaching. You being a student now is the greatest time to make mistakes and learn from them. And no I ain't telling you that "YOLO" nonsense. That "YOLO" is whack.

As a kid, your teachers, superiors, peers and people around you can let you get away with plenty of shit as long as it does not compromise the law or is illegal in nature. And don't just make mistakes, hope you can unscrew yourself and move on. Learn to know and understand why you screw up, learn and understand how to unscrew yourself and then you're ready to move on.

Being a student and making mistakes is expected. You are at a growing and learning phase of your life and people know it. You are even allowed to ask the same question 2-3 times and few will snap at you. Many times they just think you are slow and will try to be patient with you. But at work if you don't train quick comprehension you'll be in for a world of hurt. Superiors and bosses will pass you over for a promotion because they think you are slow. People get more praise and attention and thus credit because you are lagging behind. Stuff like that. Being an adult means you are expected to have developed enough skill and perspective to not screw up, that's why even courts are split into juvenile courts and the normal ones that try you like an adult. But you got to need to learn and understand so that when you grow up you screw up less.

So do not be afraid to ask, do not be afraid to fail. Do not be afraid to learn as well, because if you don't learn now, learning will be far harder for you when you're no longer a student and you have grown-up responsibilities and standards to hold up to now.

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this is for guys who have yet to enlist!

Ways to have a more comfortable life in NS

1. take mc!

usually, MC = day off for you. however do be aware of "setbacks" that include:

camp commanders telling you to report back to camp and endorsing your MC with the camp medical officer. (most common if you're frequent MC taker)

camp commanders invoking stoppage of leave (means you can't take MC, have to rest in camp unless its serious)

waiting for 3-4 hours at polyclinic, but not getting an MC from the doctor. this can be quite frustrating! illnesses that are hard for the doctor to detect symptoms are: headache, diarrhea, sports injuries etc.

also be aware that the doctor is able to see your MC history, so don't always take MC on the same day with the same symptoms! (eg, every friday got diarrhea)


2. Down pes


Typically, Pes A/B soldiers have a more physically demanding lifestyle in their NS days. if you don't like physical exercise, down pes!
also, pes a/b soldiers usually are in stay in units which can be a bummer.
From my experience most of the time ppl down pes due to medical conditions (most common i think are slipped discs, general back pain, general limb pain).


some of the more extreme ways i've heard are faking pyschological issues (eg "when i see gun, i feel like shooting my commander!")

3. take care of your medical issues

you may or may not know that in NS, the government/saf pays for (almost) all your medical expenses. so make the best of it! some good things to do are:

wisdom teeth: would cost a few thousand sgd if you did it outside, you can get potentially 4 weeks MC if you extract 1 teeth at a time

injuries: get a referral from a polyclinic to a specialist for medical issues you want to get sorted out, i.e back pains etc.

4. be aware of the power of an MP letter

from what i know, regulars are v scared of receiving MP letters about them, because it's usually a "black mark" on their career. Be aware of this power you have!

5. understand that ultimately, anything that happens to you, your commanders are responsible for you and your health

disclaimer: i do not advocate malingering, faking illnesses. be a good soldier!

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Top 5 Tips To Be Popular At Work

Everyone will start to have a job after they graduated from school. Therefore, it is important to know how to survive in the working world. To do so, we must maintain a good relationship with all the colleagues, especially if you are going to work in your working place for many years. You need not be pretty or handsome or have a sexy figure to be popular in your working environment. The following tips apply to all regardless of your age and race!

1. Smile often and stay happy!
No matter what your mood is, put on a smile always when greeting and talking to your colleagues and bosses. You will be able to make your working life easier! Be professional and try not to bring personal problems to work. You can influence others if you stay happy and positive! If it is not your desired job, don't despair and make a list of things that you like or are happy about. E.g: Getting to see a handsome colleague everyday, enjoying a more sumptuous meal when lunching with customers and your office is storing your favourite snacks and supplying free coffee You can sound happy when you are having a tele-conversation too

2. Respect everyone despite of age, culture differences and positions!
You NOT only respect your bosses, you must also respect whoever you work with, people who are of lower ranks than you and even the cleaners! Everyone likes to be respected. When you respect yourself and others, they will also respect you. Say 'Good morning' to all who have reached your workplace earlier than you. This will lift up one another's spirit in the early morning too. Do not gossip about your colleagues and spread rumours around. This will hurt their feelings, If your colleagues share their secrets with you, respect their privacy and keep it to yourself.

3. Treat others with sincerity!
Although we cannot trust our colleagues, we should not be a hypocrite to them, even if you do not like any of them. If you do not want to be close to those that you dislike, you can choose not to share your personal matters with them to keep a distance from them, while still maintaining a good relationship with them. Look into the other party's eyes when you are talking to him or her. Do not backstab.

4. Be polite!
You will leave a good impression to others if you are courteous. Call your colleagues when you see them along the corridor or even outside the toilet. So that they will not think you treat them as transparent lol. Nod your head or wave at them if they are not near you. Don't ever shout at them as if you are giving an order like an army officer. Mind your manners and avoid using foul language even he or she has made a mistake. You can be firm but not RUDE.

5. Help one another!
Offer help willingly if your colleagues need assistance. If you are very busy, ask them to wait awhile unless it is very urgent. Even if someone is selfish to you, you do not have to treat them the same, as in the end, your job will not be done. Who knows, you may change their attitude in the future! Helpfulness makes one happy, especially if you receive appreciation when they say 'Thank you!'.

Being popular at work is not difficult if you follow the above tips as it is my personal experience. It will make you feel good about yourself and promote effiency in you too! Let's create a good working environment together which will boost your company's profits and reputation as well!


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The Top 5 Tips To Avoiding or Beating Diabetes Type 2

Diabetes type 2 is the stage of diabetes where one does not need to rely on dialysis machines to survive. Diabetes type 2 patients may or may not be taking insulin medications or injections.

1. Lay Off The Bloody (or non-Bloody) Charsiew (Roasted Pork)
I actually abhor pork except when it's in minced porridge. The thought that tapeworm eggs are not killed unless meat is consistently fired at 180 degrees c. for at least 12 to 15 minutes is something that makes me say YIKES, whenever I needed to make a choice about eating pork.

Since Charsiew is fired at a high temperature. why avoid it? Its sugar content. Excess sugar + insufficient exercise forces your body to go into an overdrive to produce insulin, which is needed to convert that excess sugar into fat storage.

The end result of having a sweet tooth for char siew and confectionaries? More fat /obesity and borderline diabetes or diabetes type 2 (Type 1 diabetes would "require" dialysis as insulin injections will no longer work). This could also lead to problems like arthritic knees since there's only so much weight that human joints can take.

2. Go For Non-Instant Oats
Why? Instant oats actually lack high fibre. Instant oats is too chemically overly processed to have any important nutrients of any kind that the oat manufacturers actually need to add (fortify) the instant oats with artificial vitamins. You may as well be popping synthetic vitamin supplements!

The carbohydrates from instant oats is recognized by the body as something to digest as sugar. Thus, instant oat meal is a high-glycemic index food, that quickly gives the body a sudden supply of glucose, in fact, an over-supply. More insulin is produced, more fat is stored and the whole cycle as mentioned above is, repeated. This is one reason why diabetes type 1 patients on insulin injection almost always NEVER recover from their diabetes, but escalate to diabetes type 1 (lazy pancrea or perhaps a very damaged one).

Oats that need to be cooked has higher fibre content that means digested carbohydrates turning into glucose, are slowly released into the blood stream without spiking one's blood glucose.


3. Avoid Processed Foods As Much As You Can As They Contain Artificial Sugar
I am a stickler when it comes to sugar in processed foods. From aspartame, neotame to Splenda (aka "Equal). I did some homework and found that aspartame (also found in MSG that the government had advised for reducing in the late 1980s) is unlabelled because there's no mandatory labelling for it in food. The food manufacturers call the shots on what is safe for you.

Aspartame is also hidden in some ingredients such as maltodextrin, autolysed yeast, high fructose corn syrup, etc. Drinks like Coke used to contain aspartame but they have replaced it with yet another chemically processed stevia (unhealthy all the same). [Hint: What are our fit NS men drinking before their runs, and collapse?]

I told my mother's doctor, an Dr. Iris Long, that we do not trust Splenda (aka "sucralose" or "Equal" alternative sugar) because we know it contains something from the chemical CHLORINE. It's why the original manufacturer changed its company name and moved to Singapore from Alabama. Just because splenda is allowed in lots of health tea, does not mean it is safe and healthy (cigarettes are also allowed!). She was in agreement that a healthier sugar is organic (green, not white in colour) stevia. The chemically processed stevia that is devoid of any nutrition normally found in Stevia leaves, is white in colour.)

Google for Harvard Medical School's June 2012 findings, to know more about the dangers of artificial sugar.

4. Update Your Mentality and Be Open to Learn New Things
Yes, this is quite vital in helping you to prevent or beat diabetes type 2. and that is why you are also reading this.

When my mother was diagnosed with diabetes, her doctor did not put her on insulin medicine right away. She said the dietary restriction should be tried out first. This also gave me an indication that diabetes type 2 can be reversed without any diabetes medicine.


5. Surround Yourself With People Who've Beat Diabetes!
People like Dewayne McCulley. He woke up one morning feeling numb and almost went back to sleep. If he has done so, he would not have woken up alive. Dewayne is easily found on Facebook and I have his book "Death to Diabetes" and other CDs and Food Charts as well. I highly recommend his information.


I do not rely on some diabetes association to tell me what is good or no good. If you actually dig the statistical information, such associations had done NOTHING to prevent the increase of the number of people getting diabetes and why? Due to lack of spreading awareness of what actually CAN help diabetic patients! Even our Singapore governmental health authorities had predicted that diabetes rate in Singapore is NOT decreasing, the numbers are increasing every year!

If you actually know any one who goes to these dialysis centres, life is actually hell for them that they wished they had new organs that very instant, to stop their pain, fear and inconvenience in life. They keep fearing that one day a finger or limb would have to be amputated. They fear that their eye-sight gets worser. Afterall, diabetes is also really about the disconnection and miscommunication between blood vessel messengers and the organs they are connected to.

These dialysis patients blame themselves for the financial state they put their families through. it's all very heart-breaking but I am saying people do not need to wait for their diabetes type 2 to escalate to type 1 and hopelessness.

As they say, you don't crack your egg until they are fully boiled because you know that the "magical heat" is cooking the egg for you without you having to crack the shell to check. Have that same faith that you can take control of your health where you once felt helpless. Do your homework and amass the knowledge that will empower you or someone you know to avoid and beat diabetes! Thank you for reading and passing on this article of mine to someone who may benefit from reading this!

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