it’s all about me!!!!

usa career mom of 2 little cute and adorable sons and daughter and a wife to my lovely ‘teddy’ hubby….my education background is Accounting but suddenly went deep into this ‘rojak’ job description, which i used the accounting principles only 10% all day long..i think i’m blessed with many good and bad things in my life which turn it into a very interesting way to go on..an easy going person, open minded, self motivated and like to think a lot..don’t talk too much except needed to do so..tend to keep everything to myself…always a lone ranger type due to my upbringing style (tq for mak and abah for what i am today)..i’m so independent that’s why i think i need a massive course on how to work in team (hahahaha..it’s not a joke)…looking forward positively for everything that’ll come to my way…

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  1. Ed Gagnon
    Nov 03, 2009 @ 04:43:51

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

    THE VALUE OF VALUES

    Five-Time Author Teaches Us We Can Each Make a Difference – The Choice is Ours

    The Value of Values educates us on how to establish a culture that will ensure harmony for generations to come and diminish the aggressive ways of the powerful…just by teaching our children values.

    Did you know that an individual’s values are established in childhood and serve as filters when determining right from wrong throughout the person’s life? In today’s society, this process of establishing values within our children is given little concern. How are our children supposed to grow up to be adults with values if we’re not teaching them values from the beginning?

    The responsibilities of parenting have become a reactionary process whereby each parent is doing whatever he or she must do in order to just get through life. By default, we are teaching our children that values such as integrity, respect for life, courage of conviction, purposefulness and generosity are secondary to making a living. In truth, there is absolutely nothing stopping us from being true to good and meaningful values except ourselves.

    The Value of Values teaches us the required actions and reasons this important transition is needed. This book identifies what it will take from each of us to sustain the drive to pass our values onto our children.

    Publisher’s Web site: http://www.strategicpublishinggroup.com/title/TheValueOfValues.html
    ISBN: 978-1-60860-381-7 / SKU: 1608603814

    About the Author:
    Ed Gagnon is a vice president at a manufacturing company in North Attleboro, Massachusetts. The Value of Values is his fifth published book, and he has more in the works.

    For media inquiries, appearances, or other publicity — please contact:
    Ellen Green — PressManager@aegpublishinggroup.com

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    • mamawafiy
      Nov 03, 2009 @ 12:16:24

      hi Ed
      tq for visiting and dropping a comment here..
      really interested with the book of Values..
      will get into it soon..

      Reply

  2. Ed Gagnon
    Dec 12, 2009 @ 23:36:57

    The Value of Values
    http://www.strategicpublishinggroup.com/title/thevalueofvalues.html

    An individual’s values are established in childhood and serve as filters when determining right from wrong throughout the person’s life. In today’s society, the process of establishing values within children is given little concern. People place greater emphasis on day to day activities and personal ambitions, than they do on the establishment of values within their children. By default, parents are teaching their children that values such as integrity, respect for life, courage of conviction, a purposeful life and generosity, are secondary to making a living.

    In truth, there is nothing preventing us from being true to good and meaningful values, nor is anything preventing us from teaching our values to our children. It is a matter of priorities; a matter of choice.

    In the “The Value of Values” you will learn why a transition to a more values-conscious society is important. You will learn exactly what is needed from each individual and the activities that will sustain the drive. “The Value of Values” is a must read for every parent that is concerned about our society and the challenges our children will be facing.

    We have three possible choices:
    1) Do nothing different than that which we have been doing. Complacently accept things as they are and will be.
    2) Hope that someone else will make the needed changes within our society, despite the fact it has yet to be done, and no one displays the integrity needed to influence an entire society.
    3) Accept our personal responsibility to our children. Accept that real change is not passed down from leaders, but rather, it is driven up from the people. Accept the fact that we each have within us the ability and incentive to make things different for our children and grand children.

    The choice we make today will determine the society of tomorrow.

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