Ex National athletes are heroes, some left unsung, and they had committed their time, energy, work and families just to keep the Jalur Gemilang flying high. We praise them when they win and most sent curses if they loose and did not live up to our expectations. Whether they win or not they had already contributed to the country at all levels of competitions and need to be compenstated in whatever way we can and one area is their charity when they retire or forced to retire while still on the playing field.
Those Malaysians who had dedicated their time and energy to the country on the sports arena are not left out when it comes to their charity. There is the Yayasan Kebajikan Atlet (YAKEB) to take care of them after they retired or about to retire from active participation as national athletes.
I post this to help spread out the news that our ex nationals are taken care of, after I receive my daughters membership from YAKEB recently.
Besides monetary support, members are also eligible to discounts at selected outlets.
Registration can be done online HERE.
YAKEB’s office is located at National Stadium in Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur
Thats the question. Wht did I learn?
What is Financial Freedom? All of us want to achieve this Financial Freedom to live a happy and unstressful life. To enjoy life and be your own boss. Go for holidays, Help others and much much more.
Financial Freedom means when your Passive Income exceeds your expenditure. So why Passive Income? Well, Passive Income are income that comes to you when you do not work for them. Maybe during your sleep, or while you are diving at enjoying the beautiful corals. When your computer are switched off. Its income from your investments either property, shares or even your hard cash. There is also passive income that can be made online when you are offline. So there are many ways actually to earn passive income. However one thing you must remember. Nothing comes easy and totally FREE. You might need to put some small investments first, spend your time, energy and thinking. Then when the system starts working only you slow down your effort.
2. Now one input that I can remember very well was that Rich people know how to manage their money well. We are advise to start investing our money in jars and there are 6 jars divided into different categories. However it takes a lot of determination to keep the jar increasing its value.
3. Millionaire Mind Intensive (MMI) was a session to motivate participants to think like a Millionaire before he or she can become a millionaire.
4. One are that is related closely to the universe is “GIVING”. I also learn from attending Asia Internet Congress (AIC) a few week earlier that to earn more money is to first give out “money”. This principle is in-line with Islamic teaching that when you give something to someone, you are not going to be poorer but Allah will instead reward with a much bigger and better gift. And one of the jar that I mentioned earlier is labelled as “GIVE JAR“. So to be a Millionaire, you must not be stingy but be very generous.
5. Both the AIC and the MMI do motivate me to earn more money from the internet and in December 2013 I will be attending a 2 day seminar to be conducted by one of Malaysia’s successful Internet Marketeer, Mr Patric Chan. The fee is quite reasonable. There are still seats available at Early Bird rate and you can book your seat HERE.