The Five-A-M Club by Robin Sharma is a book that gives the reader an idea of how to find balance in a healthy lifestyle through 5 a.m activities. Robin Sharma’s “Five-A-M Club” was published as his first New York Times bestseller in January 2005, but it has been translated into over 27 languages worldwide including Arabic and Chinese. Amazing right?
I cannot remember why I bought this book, but it was probably about three months ago. Robin Sharma loves to use character development to explain his ideas. He often begins with a personal story and then tells a universal truth, which he connects with the reader through the protagonist’s journey. Most of the time, I would say, “Really?” Do we have this character in real life? ” But, at the same time, I’m not being rational.
Waking up at 5 a.m. and doing the following things (example): exercise, eating breakfast, being proactive for the day, meditation, reading something inspirational, journal writing, planning your day, and establishing healthy habits will have a positive impact on your life. You’ll be able to enjoy the day while also improving your health and wellness.
OK, time to stop putting on the spoiler. The book is freaking great and I don’t want to ruin it for anyone if you haven’t read it yet.
It’s amazing to see how our vegetables have flourished since we started our urban farming project. From seed to table, we’ve been able to watch them grow and thrive under the sun.
It’s been a learning experience, to say the least. We’ve had to adjust our methods based on what’s worked and what hasn’t, and we’ve learned a lot about growing vegetables and understanding how the HLT structure system’s working.
Every day, we check in on them to see how they’re doing, and it’s so exciting to see them growing bigger and stronger. Trust me. It’s like therapy. Very comforting.
When you’re invited to be a part of something as prestigious as the jury for the best presentation award at IGCESH 2022, you know it’s a big deal. You’re one of the few people who have been chosen to judge, and you can’t help but feel grateful for the opportunity.
It’s been an amazing experience so far. Every presenter has put their heart and soul into their work, and it’s been an honor to be a part of it all.
I can’t wait to see who wins in the end. But no matter what happens, I’ll always be grateful for this incredible experience.
Alhamdulillah I’ve been appointed as a subject matter expert for MUO. Honestly, being a MUO Subject Matter Expert is no easy task. It demands a comprehensive understanding of knowledge and skills in geospatial analytics. The insights and analysis that SMEs will provide are used to make critical decisions that affect billions of people. And that’s why I’m quite nervous about receiving this appointment. Let’s move forward!
“The things you are passionate about are not random, they are your calling.” – Fabienne Fredrickson
As the world becomes more and more connected, it is increasingly important to understand the ways in which we can use technology to help us to solve problems.
One area that we can look at is artificial intelligence (AI). Artificial intelligence is a computer technology that allows machines to interpret and learn from data. It is currently being used in many different industries and fields of study, including education. Artificial intelligence has been shown to be an effective tool for teaching students, but it can also be used for much more than just that. For example, artificial intelligence can help researchers conduct experiments and analyze data more efficiently than humans alone could ever do.
By taking advantage of this technology, researchers will be able to gather more information about their subjects and explore new avenues of inquiry that were previously inaccessible due to limitations imposed by human limitations such as time constraints or physical restrictions on where they could go or what they could do during their research process.
This crash course is not only a theory but hands-on execution that would be a game changer for researchers.
Antara skill yang perlu sentiasa dipraktikkan dan mesti mahir. Terima kasih Dr. Suzanna Azmi dan Dr. Ak Mohd Rafiq sanggup ke UTHM Pagoh menelaah ilmu big data. Highest gratitude to Dr Mufti Mahmud for very patiently guiding the non-programmer (like 3 of us. haha).
1 Julai 2022- Aktiviti Jumaat. Kita lenyapkan rumput rampai yang penuh di belakang HLT. Banyak idea nak dibuat pada planter box yang kosong ni. Tapi-apa2 pun perlu bincang dengan pengurusan. Baja kompos atau lebih banyak kangkung?