Count Down for World Cup.

Most of us are not ‘foot ball’ funs, however that does not mean we don’t enjoy the matches. We actually do; especially when Cameron or Chelsea guys are playing.

Some how i have enjoyed this world cup. May be because i was not competing with it in any way. I just hope my nephew and niece will be coming to visit me once the cup is done with.

To bad many African Countries were kicked out before we could enjoy them. but hey, ‘Well Done to Ghana!’.
The guys have played like men.

Anyhow the cup is almost done… and it bring me to think;
What next?
– The soaps on Tv seem to be boring of late.
– Movies, You need friends over to enjoy them.
– Visiting, not good at that.

Any how, i don’t seem to find something that is so fun like world cup. However i think i will try out those things that are ‘not-me’ you never know i may enjoy them as we look forward to Premier Ship once again.


10 Things You Should Never Write in an E-Mail or Instant Message

The following 10 phrases draw more attention to your surreptitious e-mail activity than they do to conceal it, and though they seem harmless, they could put your job and career in jeopardy.

We’ve all done it: Dashed off an e-mail or instant message in which we shared with a co-worker confidential information about a layoff or bad quarter, trash-talked a boss or squawked about a hair-harebrained management decision.

Knowing we were typing something that we should have kept to ourselves, some of us might qualify our e-mail or IM with one of the following 10 statements, to underscore the sensitivity of the message and to cover our butts:

  1. “I could get into trouble for telling you this, but…”
  2. “Delete this e-mail immediately.”
  3. “I really shouldn’t put this in writing.”
  4. “Don’t tell So-and-So.” Or, “Don’t send this to So-and-So.”
  5. “She/He/They will never find out.”
  6. “We’re going to do this differently than normal.”
  7. “I don’t think I am supposed to know this, but…”
  8. “I don’t want to discuss this in e-mail. Please give me a call.”
  9. “Don’t ask. You don’t want to know.”
  10. “Is this actually legal?

I got this from http://advice.cio.com/meridith_levinson/10_things_you_should_never_write_in_an_e_mail_or_instant_message

Posted by: Meridith Levinson in Best Practices
Topic: Personal Management
Blog: Career Connection