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Thursday, October 21, 2010

book+movie

from book Edward de Bono
Six Thinking Hats...
 this book more to critical thinking subject.[said by my senior FST]

Six Hats, Six Colours
now lets us find 'bout our personality..=)

# white hat
white is neutral and objective. the white hat is concerned with objective facts and figure.

#Red Hat 
red suggests anger(seeing red), rage and emotions. the red hat gives the emotional view.

#Black Hat
Black is sombre and serious. the black hat is cautious and careful. it points out the weaknesses in an idea.

#Yellow Hat
Yellow is sunny and positive. the yellow hat is optimistic and covers hope and positive thinking.

#Green Hat
Green is grass. the green hat indicates creativity and new ideas.

#Blue Hat
Blue is cool, and it is also the colour of the sky, which is above everything else. the blue hat is concerned with control the organization of the thinking process and the use of the other hats.

So, what colour of me and you...
think 'bout it..

just that moment, i saw a movie. the title is..

The Karate kids
.
how i can say this movie...
i just can tell that if i have any time, i wanna see it again...
its all about how to learn karate by small kid which his age is 12 years old.
i like the word or line that the actor say.

*A true friend is somebody who makes your life better.*

*Sometimes you have to earn your respect.*
 There are many times in life when you have to prove yourself  either to yourself or other people.  I find this pattern is especially true when you’re changing places or changing jobs.  Sometimes it means finding your fit.  Sometimes you are a fish out of water.  Other times, it’s a real growth opportunity.  My greatest growth came from my greatest challenges.

and the word that i like very much.
*Life will knock you down. You can choose whether to get back up.*
Life is unpredictable. You’ll face setbacks. Things don’t always go as planned.  Sometimes life can really seem unfair.  At the end of the day, it’s not what happens to you, but how you respond.   One of the most important things you can do when you get knocked down, is get up again. This is how you build your resiliency for whatever life may throw your way.  




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