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Tuesday, April 26, 2011

aku yang termenung

dalam kesakitan, aku try buat macam biasa. apa2 pun aku respect anak dara aku.. :) when she first had her braces on, she was so cool. aku rasa aku lebih kecoh dari dia.. well, lagi satu sebab, lisa memang jenis tak suka makan.. aku ni yang suka makan.. :P hehehe :D so hari ini adalah hari yang ke 7 aku tak makan nasi.. lapar tak? hmm mau nya tak... cuma hari ni alhamdulillah sakit dah kurang dari semalam walaupun masih sakit dan dawai2 tu masih aku rasa mencucuk2 kat tepi pipi... and di tambah dengan ulcer di dalam dan luar gusi..hmmm terima kasih lah kannn.. :P ini semua sekadar meluahkan perasaan orang yang kesakitan. yang peliknya dalam sakit2 ni kerja laju gak :) hehhe :D syabas ein!!! 
ini last weekend masa kaiser masak dinner for us :)
semalam mama aku tanya, aku larat ke nak jalan2, coz dia tgk muka aku pucat.. mana tak nya dok tahan sakit and makan tak puas. petang kul 6pm aku mintak tolong maid buatkan maggi :) at least lembut sket aku nak kunyah.. itu pun aku kunyah 2 kali pastu main telan jer... *sigh*.. and by 9pm aku dah lapar, aku pun pi dapur, blend protein shake + low fat milk + banana sebijik... hmmm sedap siot... :) hehehe :D jadiklah banana smoothies :P and by the time kaiser balik, aku dah siap sidai kain sebanyak2nya... and cuci pinggan and periuk dalam sinki yang dia tinggalkan.. hampeh tul.. kesian dia, balik nak borak2 dengan aku, tapi aku mampu senyum je buat masa ni... sorry ehh sayang... sekarang tgh malas lah nak bercakap.. :P dah settle kemas dapur, aku telan painkiller sebijik and dok lah sebelah dia tengok tv... layan la hawai-5-O sat...

by 11.15pm aku dah ngantuk... aku naik atas, check anak2... mula2 bilik lisa... cium dia dulu... then bilik joey.. and kissed him pulak..tutupkan lampu... hmmm tak de lak love letter dari joey kali ni.. heheh :D kadang2 kalau dia dah kena masuk bilik and he needed to say something, he'll write me a letter :) and aku kena check dia dah bukak jam ke belum, coz kalau belum maknanya dia belum solat isya' and aku kena kejut dia dulu for him to solat and tido balik :) pas tu baru aku tutup lampu and pi bilik aku.. macam ni lah routine aku tiap-tiap malam... kaiser pun dah biasa... coz kaiser tahu, i cannot sleep without kissing my children goodnight :)

dan malam tadi, kaiser kesian kut tengok aku dah berapa malam tido tak lena.. mana tak nya.. kadang2 tu bila dah terlelap, aku terkejut and tergigit bibir sendiri or dawai tercucuk.. sakit siot!! and malam tadi dia tido sambil usap2 kepala aku... hehehe :D somehow, aku terasa sangat di sayangi...cheywahhh... jiwang karat! :P ehh tapi betul tau... and i slept better :)) hmmmpphhh... sayannnggg laki aku :P ahaksss...  haa ni gambar2 aku pi makan sushi dgn lisa... and kaiser join later..
nak senyum pun ala2 control... sakit siot.. 

Monday, April 25, 2011

the proposal ~ kejora & bintang

episode 64 last friday was really romantic! erlangga proposed when kejora thought that marriage was not in his plan.. :)) how sweet when he asked a homeless person to passed a parcel containing the proposal ring :) *sigh* if you wanna watch it, just check at you tube :P masa tu dah bengang dah dengan erlangga, ingat kan dia tak serious dengan kejora... sib baik action pantas.. hhehe :D mmg sweet lah!!

How to Stop Braces From Hurting | eHow.com

oh my... i have been telling myself that it'll over soon.. somehow the pain made me felt like..ergghh i should have done this long time ago and get it done and over with! the pain is more due to the earlier extraction of 3 teeth. my gums are sore.. i cannot really eat.. though i did went to sushi king yesterday because i was so damn hungry!! :(( ended up eating salmon only.. and mashed potato. hmmm... it is only on the 2nd day.. huwaaa... the metals are poking all over my mouth and making it difficult for me to talk.. i believe it is just a matter of adjustment... you can do it ein!!! yeaahhhh... and i was looking for a way to reduce the pain, and found this.. :)) yeup.. i am on painkiller anyway... and i feel my mouth is dry...

How to Stop Braces From Hurting | eHow.com

Saturday, April 23, 2011

me ~ iron lady :P

i have been thinking about it for many many years.. when i was much younger.. when i told my mom to have it on, my mom would say, "tak payah cantik2, nanti lupa diri" ... and i remembered that until now.. and i am already a mom. i guess the situation is different now.. i would just say that, "it's expensive sayang.. " which is much easier to swallow :) well anyway... today, i became the iron lady!! hahaha :D LOL... errmm i am also know as 'rimau' in the office so.. what the heck lah.. :P
the day when he made the mold for my teeth pattern :)
after talking to lisa... her opinion was i better have it on when she still has hers on... she has 1 more year to go.. :) so somehow last week, i was at the dentist to send joey. to pull out his tooth.. and when we reached there, lisa was supposed to have her appointment.. i took the opportunity to ask more about having braces :) and that saturday, the doct made a .. what was that called aaa... mold of my teeth pattern.. and so, from there, i decided that i am gonna do it.. was i afraid?? hell yeahhh.. nervous??? yezzzaaa!!!

i had to pull out 3 teeth ... huwaaa... and they are my good teeth!! the first one does not hurt so much.. the jab was more painful than pulling out the tooth. why do i need to pull out? coz needed to make space for my teeth lah... did it on tuesday and thursday...i tell you... on thursday, i had to pull out 2 of my geraham kecil... and that was hell!!! i had slight fever the night before... and a day after... :(( my gums still hurt as i am typing these now :(( i was on soft diet for 2 days... hemmm i wonder if i have lost weight :P hahahah :D

today was the day... i put on the braces!!! :) i was excited and nervous at the same time. nope.. it doesnt hurt at all.. but i felt like all my teeth are heavy :) and at times i can feel the wires err... clashing with my inner lips..  i tried to have roti kosong banjir for lunch... it was okay.. but could not finish it coz it hurts a lil bit.. not due to the braces so much, but the wound from the extraction. and yeahh i am still on pain killer coz the gums and few teeth feels sengal and ngilu... you guys figure out lah what its called in english :P

and few hours back.. we had a great family dinner at an arab restaurant... but i just had soup, omelette and banana shake :) hahaha :D sad?? err not really lah.. coz i know in a month, i can eat the same too.. now its adjusting period.. ;)

below are pictures of the process... err not really a nice view to watch but just in case you are wondering how it was done.. see lah :) in summary... dentist would clean up my teeth, then sort of dry them.. put the glue..then bracket, dry them with the blue light and later put on the wire.. lastly, he asked me to choose the rubber color :) and i chose green coz it looked nice in the earlier box.. heheeh :D

now i feel lazy to talk :P

other option would be veneer.. cheaper and you can have beautiful set of teeth within an hour.. :) just that i felt that i would feel more satisfied with braces :)

See you at TTDI today! 23rd Apr 2011 at 3.00pm

It is about time that you open your mind on gold and silver savings. We are not asking you to spend your money. It is just converting your paper money into precious metals. YOU hold your physical precious metals and keep them wherever you want. Now is the time. Price is increasing fast!
sorry folks... this price is as of 2 weeks ago. Price of silver yesterday was USD61.05!
 
23rd April 2011 at 3.00pm
(would appreciate if you can be on time)
Bangunan Bakti Siti Hasmah
6, Changkat Abg Hj Openg
Taman Tun Dr Ismail
Kuala Lumpur.

Call me for direction!
Special Announcement will be made by the 
CEO, Auruma International Ltd today!

Friday, April 22, 2011

underwater gallery

It’s an amazing underwater sculpture park creates a whole new perspective on the world. The underwater gallery is sited in the shallow waters at Moliniere Bay in Grenada, which is renowned for its diving experience. Its creator is the artist Jason Taylor. He is a fully qualified dive instructor with over 14 years of diving experience.
His love of the underwater world provokes the idea to explore the relationships between art and the environment. Currently there are 65 sculptures, covering the area of 75 sq. m. with all weigh around 20 tons. By using sculptures to create artificial reefs, the artist’s intervention underlines the need to protect the natural world. The sculptures are in 2-8 meters underwater allowing easy access by scuba divers and snorkelers. 

this is so amazing... wow.... so far what i have experienced were a set garden and a car underwater...but this?? wowieee.... when can i see these??? 

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

BESARNYA makna DOA semasa duduk antara dua sujud


i received this in my email this morning from N1 and i'd like to share this with you. :)

Marilah kita mula menghayati ketika kita duduk di antara dua sujud semasa solat..

Dengan rendah hati nyatakanlah permohonan ampun kepada Allah.

Rabbighfirli (Tuhanku, ampuni aku)

Diamlah sejenak, buka dada dan diri kita untuk menerima ampunan dari Allah seperti membuka diri ketika merasakan hembusan angin sepoi-sepoi atau menerima curahan air hujan ketika kita masih kecil.

Tetaplah membuka diri kita untuk menerima ampunan Allah.

Ulangi permintaan itu beberapa kali hingga kita merasakan ketenangan Kemudian sampaikanlah permintaan kedua,

Warhamni (sayangi aku)

Diam dan tundukkanlah diri kita untuk menerima kasih-sayang Allah yang tak terhitung besarnya.

Bukalah dada kita seluas-luasnya agar semakin banyak kasih-sayang Allah yang kita terima.

Ulanglah beberapa kali hingga kita merasa cukup Berturut-turut sampaikanlah permintaan2 berikut dengan cara sebagaimana tersebut di atas, satu persatu..

Wajburnii (tutuplah aib-aibku)

Warfa'nii (angkatlah darjatku)

Warzuqnii (berilah aku rezeki)

Wahdinii (berilah aku petunjuk)

Wa'Aafinii (sihatkan aku)

Wa'fuannii (maafkan aku)

Setelah selsai, diamlah sejenaklalu sampaikan rasa syukur kita.

Betapa besarnya nilai sebuah doa ini..

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Bora Asmara - my personal review

the 2nd time changing the day and 1st time changing the venue. hmm... first my mom wanted to buy all of us dinner for N1's bday.. then, N1 smsed coz she wanted to surprised her hubby for a bday celebration, on her bday day.. complicated? hahaha LOL :D.. it can be when it comes to N1.. kekeke :D anyway, it was a beautiful night and dinner to remember.. it would be much better if kaiser could join.. and i am sure he will dance with me that night.. but since we changed the venue, kaiser could not make it for his next class.

all of us made an effort to dress up.. :) the place was beautiful, except there are mosquitoes lah :P i have to admit, before we came, i had the not so good impression because i have read quite a number of bad review about the food. so, i lowered down my expectation. but guess what... it was SUPERB!! i had ALL the lauk pauk man....could not resist!! seriously!! it was soooooo SEDAP!!
  • date of visit: 16th April 2011
  • location: 2825-2831 Jalan Sungai Penchala, Kampung Sungai Penchala, 60000 Kuala Lumpur
  • place: parking was easy, just parked by the roadside.. :P
  • decor: bali style... really felt like in bali 'again', cosy and romantic.. very very impressive.
  • cleanliness: clean.
  • service: really efficient..with the number of dishes that we ordered, we got our food fast. surprisingly fast :) 
  • price: RM550/-. there were like 15 of us.. the adults had white rice and lauk.. kids had western.
  • food: owhh gosh.. do i need to list down all? :P pecel lele, tomyam, asam pedas, tempe goreng, butter prawn, beef, carbonara, fish and chips, cendol, bandrek, fruit juices, ice lemon tea, banana fritters and ice cream.. etc..
  • entertainment: the band played nice songs that we requested.. wished kaiser was there :) :P
banana fritters w icecream, bday cake & cendol. mama drinking 'asmara juice' 
happy faces :)) 
fish & chips, mango kerabu, tomyam, asam pedas, beef, ulam 
pecel lele, grilled chicken, carbonara, bandrek, tempe 
 
these are LEFT OVERS... NOT food :P hahaha :D

Friday, April 15, 2011

Thursday, April 14, 2011

thank you kerajaan negeri selangor

quite embarrassing but this is an achievement! :)) i took the loan in the 90s during my cert time.. and err.. it took a longggg time to re-pay.. i am so sorry.. but at least, the effort is there ;) anyway, finally last week i managed to finish up all the loan payment!! alhamdulillah... free of debt (this one :P)


Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Meet the CEO/Founder of SG Net Pte Ltd & Auruma International Ltd


Exclusive Invitation
16th April 2011 (Saturday)
3.00pm

Bangunan Bakti Siti Hasmah, 6 Changkat Abang Haji Openg,
60000 Taman Tun Dr Ismail,
Kuala Lumpur.
If you want to know more on gold savings, gold potential worldwide and how to have a gold business – this free seminar is what you are looking for!
Special Appearance:
Founder/CEO of SG Net Pte Ltd and Auruma International Ltd.
Reserve your seats before 15th Apr, 2011
Andy Osbahr (013 287 6122)
Ain Kalam (012 290 5653)


Thursday, April 7, 2011

my rambling..

do i care anymore? maybe yes and maybe no. goshh this glasses keeps on sliding down la... why aahh?? somehow today i feel like i looked like bintang with glasses... hehehe :D stupid bugger... :P :P i am in the mood of cursing and talking nonsense. so please bear with me.

in a few hours i will be off for my diving trip... insyaAllah i will be home again sihat walafiat... if not.. i just wanna say a few things in this blog...

kaiser: i love you very much.. and our anniversary is coming soon, hope you have something special prepared for me.. hahaha :D :P and when i am gone, please take good care of our kids.

joey: take good care of yourself during your camping trip ok.. pls know that mama loves you very much.. be a good and smart boy :)

lisa: you are coming with me this time, but if things doesnt go our way, please know that i love you very much. take care of your lil brother and be nice to each other.

mama & ayah: ain minta maaf dari hujung kaki sampai hujung rambut for all my wrong doings.. and thank you very much for all that you both have done for me, since i was a baby till now.. love you both very much!

to the kalam family.. if anything were to happen to me, please take good care of joelis for me.. and whatever assets that i have is to be divided equally for both of them. my investments, my savings, my jeweleries, my bullions.. in summary whatever that's mine lah...

dato' e and datin d: can you please be my pemegang amanah until my joelis turned 18... ?

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

aku yang serabut

wahhh pecah record betul... paling banyak posting aku dlm bahasa melayu.. err.. okay lah campur2. harini somehow rasa sangat serabut... kerja berlambak but masih ada masa untuk blogging. kenapa dan bagaimana? hemm time management! hahha :D kalau laki aku baca, sure dia gelak kat aku.. coz to him, he is better in time management. ;) buwwekk...

goshh... better list down what i need to do here.. ikut priority?? uikkk sumer high priority sekarang ni. wanted to jot in my task.. but somehow managed to get them down without doing so.
done:
  • called joey's sch to check on his camping trip, itinerary and timing
  • discuss on crm project with ex-boss
  • key goals and action plan for subs
  • event line up - delegate
  • cash out money for study loan payment
  • netbook
  • upload songs for joelis' ipods - (in process)
  • boxes of xango to send to bandung - bought
  • arrange maid to settle clothes and clean the house
to do list
  • packing for diving
  • packing for joey
  • buy toiletries for joelis and i - for our trip
  • finish up memo
  • website
  • clean up kpi & key goals
  • laundry
  • send invites for xango & auruma
alamakk.... banyak nyaaaa.... pagi tadi sedih sangat... hal kerja la ni.. tapi tak leh tulih sini.. hahha :D but then now dah okey sket kut coz malas nak pikir... focus on kerja jer lah..

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

60 minutes with Founder of SG Net Pte Ltd & Auruma International Ltd

received an email from auruma admin. and this is something great to share. 
source: AurumaWorld.com
Who is Victor Foo? Until recently, probably not many people, except for his friends and associates, cared to know. But with the setting up of Auruma International, the marketing arm that complements his online gold and silver coin and wafer retail business, SG Net, Victor has had to step out into the spotlight, in order to meet his growing network of members, and to answer their questions about the business.
Having persuaded him to take just a little time off from his demanding schedule, we sit down to ask Victor what makes him tick, how he got to where he is today, and despite multi-level marketing being a dirty word to many in this day and age, how his experiences have led him to structure Auruma International the way it is today.
AurumaWorld: So, who is Victor Foo?
Victor: Like most people born and bred in Penang, I am a fairly casual and easy going person, I suppose. I schooled at Penang’s Methodist Boys School, where I learned that aside from having a good educational foundation and strong family bonds, success requires perseverance and honest hard work.
My first job was as a swimming instructor at a swimming academy under the watchful guidance of my father. Thanks to my dad, I was brought up with a solid combination of self-discipline, social responsibility as well as physical and inner strength.
Armed with these attributes and aptitude, I went into the insurance industry at a fairly early age and became one of the youngest rookies at that time to achieve the prestigious Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT) accolade.
My career in the insurance industry brought me a lot of satisfaction, as I was able to help secure and protect the lives and future of the people around me, by helping them to preserve, conserve and protect their wealth and health. Little did I know at that time, that this would become the makings of Auruma International’s basic principles: to create, to preserve and to prosper.

“Wealth is not just about money”

AurumaWorld: What gets you up in the morning? What are your passions in life?
Victor: A good glass of kopi O, preferably Penang style of course!
But seriously, like many people, I’ve been put through the ‘mill of life’ – I’ve worked hard to build my little world, only to watch it crumble. So, I do know what it’s like when life deals you a lousy hand. From that, I learned to treasure the moments with the people I cherish, and I am passionate about sharing my lifelong dream of helping people create and preserve their wealth, as well as prosper from it.
To me, wealth is not just about money, rather, it’s about being enriched by life altering experiences and lifelong relationships with great people. I have absolutely no political ambitions, but am very passionate about using my limited funds and abilities to make a positive change in the way people look at preserving their wealth.
AurumaWorld: When, and how, did you make your first million?
Victor: I honestly can’t remember! My values have changed significantly with time – back then, I was focused on just building the business. Today, life for me is not about just chasing money. No thanks to the inadequacies of the financial industry, I have seen how millions of dollars can be reduced to nothing in the blink of an eye. Thus, I am now more interested in helping other people achieve financial freedom and security through a way that is decoupled from the financial industry.
AurumaWorld: How many businesses do you own?
Victor: I still have my faithful insurance brokerage company. It has seen me through the worst and the best of times. But of late my focus has been on building the online bullion business through SGNet Pte Ltd, and now with Auruma International.
AurumaWorld: How did you come up with the idea of setting up Auruma International?

“an avenue for the man in the street to preserve his wealth”

Victor: SG Net Pte Ltd was established with all the strategic partners in place, and serving institutional buyers and high net worth individuals who understood and appreciated the need to preserve their wealth through investments in solid precious metals.
After SG Net found it’s footing, I started to look for easily accessible avenues for the man in the street to preserve his, or her, wealth. That was what prompted me leverage on SG Net’s infrastructure and to start Auruma International. With my experience in the financial services industry I was able to create a near perfect business model that is unique to the individual. The core principles are:
-        Zero/minimal capital outlay
-        Zero/minimal after sales service
-        Globally tradable
-        Physical asset backed (ie no promissory notes or structures)
-        No/little product explanation
-        Business infrastructure – totally outsourced
-        Business that is open 24 hours a day. No one sleeps!
With this I get up in the morning and smile because this idea can benefit so many people, yet it’s so uncomplicated. It’s all simple, simple, simple!
AurumaWorld: What does Auruma International stand for, and how closely does it relate to your own personal beliefs?
Victor: Many people around the world, like me, saw their retirement plans disappear overnight in 2008, and since then a lot of thinking about wealth has been driven by that singular event. I believe that Auruma International is an avenue for everyone, regardless of where they are in the world, to preserve their wealth by converting their paper backed assets a physical asset with an intrinsic value. This, should help us to weather future financial meltdowns and whatever financial tsunamis that may come.
AurumaWorld: What is Auruma International’s structure?  Why did you choose the multi-level (MLM)/network marketing structure given its tarnished reputation? Also why did you incorporate the company in the British Virgin Islands (BVI)?
Victor: SG Net Pte Ltd was set up and incorporated in Singapore with an initial paid up capital of S$1 million.
Through operating in a highly regulated environment such as Singapore, we were able to build strategic alliances with reputable partners, among whom are UOB Bank, Certis Cisco, the Singapore Tourism Board, Singapore Assay Company, Fedex and DHL. In addition all our suppliers are reputable International Mints. Our strong partnerships have helped SG Net build a solid presence in the online retail space as well as through conventional retailers and financial institutions as a provider and wholesaler of bona-fide products and services globally.
Auruma International Ltd is a special purpose vehicle set up for the sole purpose of marketing gold and silver through the networking medium. Being a BVI company this gives Auruma’s associates the freedom to establish their networking business in a tax-free environment, from anywhere around the world. However, the supply chain, ie from collection of payment and procurement to delivery, is all done through Singapore, as Auruma’s infrastructure rides on SGNet platform.

Trump & Kiyosaki would choose Network Marketing if they started all over again

As associate members are Auruma’s only source of marketing, it is the company’s duty to ensure that their benefits and commissions are duly fulfilled. As mentioned before, the entire Auruma Business opportunity is based on:
  • Wealth Creation = business opportunity where associates receive immediate profit and returns
  • Wealth preservation = converting paper (cash) into physical assets (gold and silver)
  • Wealth = prosperity for all, that is the company and its associates, as well as also others via the Auruma foundation. Our US$2.00 per coin promise goes a long way. Giving is receiving!
  • Nett commission paid to our associates is shared upfront, that means, without taking into consideration Auruma International’s operating expenses. Our unique business model is about sharing and leveraging on each other’s strengths, resources and relationships.
  • “Networking companies”, or MLMs as you mentioned earlier, with the right model that offer real products that have intrinsic value have been proven to be the most effective and successful business system. In fact, I believe billionaires Donald Trump and Robert Kiyosaki have said that if they were to start their business life all over again, they would choose the networking model!
AurumaWorld: How big is your Auruma International team? What are their roles?
Victor: I am very fortunate to have a truly dedicated team who are all very professional about work and deeply passionate about the Auruma business philosophy. We have a lean but highly efficient team that basically manages the global business with our strategic partners like Certis Cisco, FedEx, DHL, and UOB.
Because we are online, we are able to run the business 24/7, in more than 21 countries at this time.
AurumaWorld: What is the shareholding structure for SG Net? Who are your shareholders and their backgrounds? What roles do your respective shareholders play in the company?
Victor: SG Net has two major shareholders: me and my partner, who currently manages a listed company. As we are both driven by the same business and personal philosophy, he has entrusted me to build SG Net and put me in charge of the entire operation. My business partner acts primarily as my sounding board. This is a very good arrangement, which is based on the trust established over many years.

“Our primary philosophy is to help others prosper”

AurumaWorld: You set up the Auruma Foundation as part of the Auruma International structure. Why?
Victor: Auruma’s ‘s primary philosophy is to help others prosper by giving them a simple business platform to create and preserve their wealth. Our business model is designed to pay dividends to our members before ‘Auruma the company’ pays dividends to its shareholders.
The Auruma Foundation runs on the same principle. Auruma International pledges US$2 to the Foundation on behalf of every member who buys a coin. The Foundation’s purpose is to assist people who have no means to help themselves.
How does the Foundation choose which charity to support? We encourage our members to highlight the plight of the less fortunate in their own markets, the Foundation’s role is to validate and assess these recommendations before making a donation to the charity.
In our own way, we hope that this would spread the “help others” spirit, and encourage our members too, as they know that every purchase they make with us goes to a fellow human being in need. We believe in an organic corporate social responsibility programme that starts from the ground up and accumulates from the word go.
AurumaWorld: In your maiden year, how much do you expect Auruma International make in terms of turnover and profit and what are your projections for growth in the coming years?
Victor: We have to run a tight ship so that we can afford to share our margins with all our members. Therefore, Auruma International’s profit or projections are not as important to us in comparison to the wealth we create and preserve for our members when they convert their cash or paper-backed assets into physical gold and silver.
I believe the real measure of our success will be the number of families’ futures we preserve with wealth creation in physical gold and silver. Perhaps you could ask me this question a year from today?

“Ours is not a get-rich-quick programme”

AurumaWorld: Going forward, what is your strategic road map for Auruma International in the short-, medium- and long-term? For example: Do you have plans to list the company? Do you plan to allow your business owners to become shareholders?
Victor: With the power of the borderless digital age, we hope to reach the widest possible global market – across of race, religion and creed. The larger our membership, the more people will prosper, as we want to share our wealth creation idea with as many people as humanly possible. Ours is not a get-rich quick programme, our members grow and nurture their wealth organically, steadily but most importantly, securely.
At the appropriate time we may consider listing the company and of course, offering preferential benefits to our loyal members who have seen and experienced how our programme has helped them secure their wealth.